Aromatic hydrolates

Hydrolates are created when aromatic plants, from which the essential oils have been extracted, are subjected to steam distillation. Depending upon the case, they are either ingested orally or applied directly to the skin. They contain far fewer concentrated aromatic substances than the essential oils, and are easy and fun to use

Alphabetical list of essential oils by botanical name from the EOBBD.

Ref Botanical name Common name
HA ANGR Anethum graveolens o.p. plante entière Dill
HA CELI Cedrus libani Cedar of Lebanon
HA CHNO Chamaemelum nobile Roman chamomile
HA CILA Cistus ladaniferus Gum cistus (rockrose)
HA CAFL Citrus aurantium var. amara o.p fleurs Bitter orange
HA EUGL Eucalyptus globulus Eucalyptus (Blue Gum)
HA HEIT Helichrysum italicum var. serotinum Italian everlasting
HA HYPE Hypericum perforatum St. John’s wort
HA HYOF Hyssopus officinalis s.b. pinocamphone Hyssop
HA INGR Inula graveolens Elecampane
HA LANO laurus nobilis Sweet bay
HA LASP Lavandua spica Lavender spike
HA LAST Lavandula stoechas French lavender
HA LAVE Lavandula vera True lavender
HA LICI Lippia citriodora Lemon beebrush
HA MEPI Mentha piperita s.b. menthol Peppermint
HA MYCO Myrtus communis s.b. pinène, 1.8 cinéole Myrtle
HA OBLI Ocimum basilicum s.b. linalol African basil
HA ORMA Origanum majorana s.b. terpinéol-4 Sweet marjoram
HA PILE Pistacia lentiscus s.b. cadinols Mastic
HA RODA Rosa damascena Rose
HA ROAB Rosmarinus officinalis s.b. ac.bornyle, verbénone Rosemary
HA SAOF Salvia officinalis s.b. thuyones Common sage
HA SAMO Satureja montana s.b. carvacrol Mountain savoury
HA TVGE Thymus vulgaris s.b. géraniol Thyme geraniol
HA TVLI Thymus vulgaris s.b. Linalol Thyme linalol
HA TVTH Thymus vulgaris s.b. thymol Thymol thyme