Therapeutic Grade - Organic - pure, undiluted, essential oils suitable for all applications; medicinal, aromatherapy, topical, cosmetics, skin care, candles, soap, incense, potpourri, magic, etc. Grown, harvested, and processed by organic and sustainable means... this means good for you and Mother Earth! We always suggest using organic oils over the others whenever possible.
Therapeutic Grade - Non-Organic – pure, undiluted essential oils suitable for all applications, but not grown, harvested, or processed organically. Organic and Therapeutic Grade oils are both considered "pure & therapeutic".
Absolutes Oils - suitable for all applications, except should never be taken internally due to the method of distillation. Most absolutes are extracted by solvent means and traces of the solvent can be left behind, even after the oil has been "washed". This method is the only way to obtain essential oils from certain fragile substances (e.g. - jasmine). Co2 extraction can also be used, but is a much more costly and time-consuming method.
Cosmetic - suitable for some applications, not pure essential oils. Medicinal and aromatherapy use not recommended as they are partially steam distilled and partially formulated in the lab for prolonged scent. Considered safe by the FDA for skin, cosmetics, candles, soap, incense, potpourri, etc. We do not carry any Cosmetic Grade oils at this time.
Fragrance Oils - are NOT essential oils. Suitable for specific applications. Not
for medicinal use as they are completely synthesized in the lab. Considered safe by the FDA for skin,
cosmetics, candles, soap, incense, and potpourri. Used exclusively for scent. We no longer carry any fragrance oils.
Commercial – not recommended for skin or aromatherapy applications. Considered safe by the FDA for cleaning products, candles, incense, potpourri, etc., but we do not ever recommend them. We do not carry any commercial grade oils at this time.
A: We are exclusively an online business at the moment.
A: We carry oils in 1ml to 16oz sizes! Not all oils are available in all sizes.
4ml = 1/7th ounce
15ml = 1/2 ounce
30ml = 1 ounce
60ml = 2 ounces
120ml = 4 ounces
240ml = 8 ounces
480ml = 16 ounces
A: Yes, we actually have 2 different programs for you to choose from!
1) Wholesale Discounts for 1ml, 2ml, 4ml, 15ml, and 30ml Oils:
$150.00-$200.00 purchase is 5% off normal website pricing
$200.01-$350.00 purchase is 10% off
$350.01-$500.00 purchase is 15% off
$500.01 and up is 20% off
60ml (2oz) and larger oils are not included in this program, due to their already extremely discounted pricing. Custom labeling is available for FREE with an initial purchase of $250.00 or more. After the labels have been produced you are welcome to request them for purchases of $150.00 or more. Purchases that total less than $150.00 will arrive with TOW labels and marketing materials.
2) Reseller Discounts: Discounts for resellers are higher than the wholesale discounts. All products arrive at your store with The Organic Witch (TOW) labels and marketing materials. Proof of operational website and/or physical storefront are required for Reseller Discounts. Please see our Reseller Information page for discount information.
Q: What are the safety concerns when using essential oils?
Essential oils are highly concentrated they can irritate the skin when used neat, or undiluted. Therefore, they are normally diluted with a carrier oil for topical application. Phototoxic reactions may occur with citrus peel oils such as lemon or lime. Also, many essential oils have chemical components that are sensitizers, meaning that after a number of uses they can cause reactions on the skin, and more so in the rest of the body. Some of the chemical allergies can be caused by pesticides, if the original plants are cultivated without organic means. Some oils can be toxic to some domestic animals, with cats being particularly prone.
As with any bio-active substance, an essential oil that may be safe for the general public could still pose hazards for pregnant and lactating women.
While some advocate the ingestion of essential oils for therapeutic purposes, licensed aromatherapy professionals do not recommend self-prescription due the highly toxic nature of some essential oil. Some very common oils like Eucalyptus are extremely toxic when taken internally. Doses as low as one teaspoon have been reported to cause clinically significant symptoms and severe poisoning can occur after ingestion of merely 4 to 5 ml. A few reported cases of toxic reactions like liver damage and seizures have occurred after ingestion of sage, hyssop, thuja, and cedar. Accidental ingestion may happen when oils are not kept out of reach of children.
Oils both ingested and applied to the skin can potentially have negative interaction with conventional medicine. For example, the topical use of methyl salicylate heavy oils like Sweet Birch and Wintergreen may cause hemorrhaging in users taking the anticoagulant Warfarin.