Our Aromas


As the name suggests, sandalwood oil is made from the wood of Santalum trees. Compared to other woods used to extract fragrances, sandalwood retains its scent for decades. The heavy yet fine-grained yellow wood is by no means to be scoffed at. A resinous scent that relaxes.

Cedar wood

Genuine cedarwood oil is obtained from the wood of various cypress plants. Contrary to some voices, it is not poisonous and rather has an invigorating effect on the body. The pleasant smell is only one of the reasons why the oil has been extracted from the chips of the cedar for a long time.

Juniper wood

Juniper wood oil, just like cedar wood, is obtained by steam distillation. For this purpose, the branches and twigs of a juniper tree are used. Like most aromas from the wood family, the oil has a spicy and woody scent and blends wonderfully with fruity scents. Juniper wood oil refreshes, revitalizes and especially helps with skin blemishes and wounds. However, it is not suitable for baby, infants and pregnant women.


From picturesque coastal regions to the home garden, lavender grows and thrives everywhere, filling the air with its spicy scent. Even the ancient Romans recognized the clarifying and calming effects of lavender and used it in their bath water. The name of the shrub comes from the Latin lavare, meaning to wash.


In Germany too, people have acquired a taste for the Indian plants Pogostemon cablin (patchouli) and Pogostemon heyneanus (Javanese patchouli). The oil extracted from the dried leaves has an earthy, woody-tart scent, but is still sweet. However, the special thing about patchouli is not only its unique scent, the aroma strengthens the body and mind. It helps with concentration difficulties, sleep disorders and supports the nervous system.

Ylang Ylang

Ever since French perfumers discovered the flowery-sweet aroma of this exotic tree in the 19th century, ylang ylang has been a popular scent for perfumes and natural cosmetics. It takes about four to five years to harvest the blossoms of a ylang ylang tree in order to extract aromatic oil from them. Patience pays off here. Not only does the ylang-ylang aroma convince with its flowery scent, it also promotes concentration.


The miracle cure lemon balm oil is extracted from the lemon balm. Due to its many healing properties, it had to be grown in all monastery gardens in the Middle Ages. As an oil, it not only soothes the body and mind, it also helps with problems with digestion.

Ho wood

Ho wood oil is the perfect substitute for rosewood oil, because they share some characteristics. Both are uplifting and revitalizing. Ho wood oil is extracted from the fresh leaves and branches of a Chinese tree (Shiu tree). Besides the effect on the psyche, Ho wood also helps with respiratory problems.


The bergamot plant is a mixture of lime and bitter orange. Unlike petit grain, the oil here is not extracted from the leaves and branches, but from the peel of the fruit. The plant is often found in Italy, but the health-giving substances and calming effect can be enjoyed all over the world.

Petit Grain

Under the umbrella of petit grain oils are numerous essential oils obtained from citrus plants. If an oil originated from the leaves and branches of a lemon, lime, orange, grapefruit and other bitter orange trees, it is petit grain. In aromatherapy, the oil is used as a mood enhancer, the citrus scent has a refreshing and invigorating effect on the body and mind.

Silver fir

The oil of the silver fir is obtained from steam distillation. It has a similar expectorant effect as eucalyptus and also relieves coughs. However, it is much milder and therefore also child-friendly. Thanks to the monoterpenes group of ingredients, silver fir oil has a particularly antiseptic effect and transforms any room into a soothing oasis. It not only frees the respiratory tract, but also has a revitalizing effect.


Vetiver oil also relies on steam distillation for its creation. The oil is extracted from the root of the vetiver plant, a tropical sweet grass. The plant grows in Haiti, Indonesia, Brazil, but also in China and India. Vetiver oil has a rather earthy aroma, which fits its aromatic effect. Because the oil is grounding and strengthening at the same time.


In German forests a permanent fixture: the pine. From the wood of the trees, with the help of steam distillation, an oil is obtained that affects the body in different ways. It relaxes, refreshes and has a calming effect on the psyche. The oil of the maritime pine has a fresh, strong woody and floral scent.