Cooking with essential oils

Edible essential oils can not only enhance your cuisine, they can also enhance your health when used internally. 

All of these essential oils are certified “food grade”, the highest grade possible, whereas most other brands only have the lower standard of “health and beauty grade”.


Citrus limon

Lemon essential oil is crisp and refreshing, with an array of everyday uses and health benefits. It has become a go-to oil for newcomers and veteran users alike, employed extensively in cooking, cleaning, topical application, aromatherapy, ingestion and much more. Lemon oil is also rich in antioxidants, which protect cells from damaging free radicals.


$ 25


Citrus bergamia

Bergamot essential oil is fresh and citrusy with spicy undertones. Its name in Turkish translates to “King of the Pears,” which fits perfectly with the fruit’s pear-shaped peel that is cold pressed to create the oil. Known as one of the most versatile oils in existence, Bergamot has the ability to adapt to the specific needs of the person using it.

15 ml

$ 36.67


Origanum vulgare

Oregano—a member of the mint family—is a well-known culinary herb that can be found in kitchens around the world. Its name is derived from a Greek word that means “joy of the mountains.” It takes 1,000 lbs. of flowering oregano herbs to produce just 1 lb. of Améo Oregano essential oil.




Mentha piperita

Peppermint is a powerful, distinct essential oil that immediately ignites the senses. It has definitely earned its reputation as one of the most fresh and familiar oils available today. Once inhaled or consumed, it goes right to work stimulating the mind and body.

5 ml



Citrus reticulata

Native to China where it has been grown for thousands of years, the tangerine plant is now grown in various parts of the world. Tangerine essential oil is cold pressed from the fruit’s ripe citrus peels. With a fresh, tangy scent that invigorates mind and body, it’s the perfect candidate for aromatic use—whether alone or blended with other Améo Essential Oils.

15 ml

$ 21.67


Citrus sinensis

Orange is an intense, tangy essential oil that easily invigorates brain and body. It has become an invaluable remedy for many common problems that individuals may be facing. Orange is by far one of the most popular oils for beginners because of its ease of use and pleasant learning curve. With a crisp and refreshing scent, it has also become a favorite of aromatherapy enthusiasts.

15 ml



Boswellia frereana

Frankincense has long been considered a most holy and precious oil. It is carefully extracted from the resin of the Boswellia frereana tree. Frankincense essential oil’s intrinsic value is based on its broad uses and benefits, which date back to early Egyptian accounts; that value remains today, as Frankincense continues to be highly sought after, studied, and employed by health-conscious consumers and practitioners worldwide.

15 ml



Lavandula angustifolia

Known as one of nature’s most fragrant and versatile oils, True Lavender offers a wide array of aromatic, topical and internal uses. It also plays well with others, combining flawlessly with almost all oils including Lemon, Peppermint, Orange, Grapefruit, Rosemary, Bergamot and Roman Chamomile.

15 ml

$ 31


Melaleuca alternifolia

Tea Tree essential oil—also known as “melaleuca” oil—has been used by countless cultures and holistic medicine practitioners worldwide. Tea Tree oil’s woody and herbaceous scent refreshes and cleanses the mind and body.

15 ml

$ 35