If you would like more information on the use of our aromatherapy range please select 'About Essential Oils' at the menu and take a look at 'How do they work?' and 'How do I use them?' which should answer many of your questions. If you need further advice please always contact a qualified health practitioner.
Advice telephone numbers
01273 746 505 UK
01273 202729 UK
0845 310 8066 UK (May charge at a premium rate)
1 866-816-0195 USA (Toll free)
+44 1273 746 505 International
0845 310 8068 UK Fax
305 468 2752 USA fax
+44 1273 202 729 international fax
The therapeutic information on each oil is for educational use ONLY, and is NHR Organic Oils Ltd's
opinion based on traditional uses and as such is not intended to be used to
diagnose, prescribe or administer in any manner to any physical ailments. In any matter
relating to health, please always contact a qualified health practitioner. These oils are not
a replacement for orthodox medicine.
Certified Organic Food Grade essential oils may be taken internally following the recommendations of a qualified health practitioner,
or used in food and drinks following tried and tested recipes.
The following oils may discolour the skin if it is exposed to strong
sunlight: Bergamot, Juniper, Lemon and Orange.
Children and babies - Do not use Lemongrass, Thyme, Peppermint or
Eucalyptus on children under three years of age. Keep essential oils out of reach of children.
When bathing babies and young children never use essential oils undiluted
because the oils can easily get into their eyes if they rub them with their hands.
Pregnancy - If you are pregnant, only use essential oils in consultation with a qualified
STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS AND SHELF LIFE
Essential oils can be kept for approximately 1-2 years, if stored in a cool and dark area,
depending on the type of oil. Exceptions are all the citrus oils e.g. Orange and Bergamot etc.,
which need to be kept in the fridge in warm weather. On the other hand, Patchouli actually improves with age!