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Aromatherapy Essential Oils

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Aromatherapy is the practice of using natural oils to enhance psychological and physical well-being. It is a form of alternative medicine that uses volatile plant materials, known as essential oils, and other aromatic compounds.

Essential oils are the pure essence of plant oils, used for improved physical, mental, and emotional well-being.

Fragrance oils and perfume oils contain synthetic chemicals and do not provide the therapeutic benefits of essential oils.

Aromatherapy encourages the use of essential oils and other complementary natural ingredients including cold pressed vegetable oils (also known as a carrier oil), jojoba (a liquid wax), hydrosols, herbs, milk powders, sea salts, sugars (an exfoliant), clays and muds.

Essential Oils

The first thing that greets your guests when they enter your home is the aroma. Essential oils are often used to create a homely atmosphere within the home. Sweet orange, lemon and your favourite spice oil are especially good when diffused during the winter months for a refreshing - warming aroma and atmosphere. Candles fragranced with essential oil can also be used to give the home a pleasant ambience and aroma. Add 6-8 drops of your favourite scent to water in a diffuser or place the drops directly into a bowl of boiling water.


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General Overview of a few Basic Essential Oils

Eucalyptus oil
Eucalyptus oil is very helpful when used for headaches, the respiratory tract, muscular aches and pains and in skin care. It has a soothing and calming effect on the whole body and helps with the immune system. Its scent is described as clear, sharp, herbaceous, and camphorous.
Aroma therapists use it to aid respiratory system ailments by enhancing deep breathing.
It is recommended for muscle aches, pains, or sprains. For the respiratory tract, it helps with coughs, asthma, throat infections, sinusitis and catarrhal conditions. It soothes inflammation and eases mucus, clearing the head from the stuffiness of colds and hay fever.
The qualities of Eucalyptus oil are:
* cleansing
* invigorating
* balancing
* cheering and
* purifying
It is great for:
* facial steam
* clears congested or
* blemished skin
It has a cooling and deodorizing effect on the body, helping with:
* fevers
* migraines and
* malaria


Best known as an astringent and a digestive aid.
It is also good for:
* cellulite
* water retention and
* obesity.


Lavender tones the skin and is useful for all types of skin problems.
This essential oil has a light fresh aroma, its scent being described as floral-herbaceous, light, clear, balsamic, with woody undertones, and a camphor note.

The name Lavender is derived from the Latin word 'lavera,' to wash. The most popular Essential Oil, it has a long list of applications, ranging from cosmetics to well-being remedies.

It's qualities are:
* Balancing
* soothing
* clarifying and
* normalizing

It is suitable for all skin types and is considered a cell regenerator that is used in folk remedies to prevent:
* scarring
* stretch marks
* slow the development of wrinkles

It is also known to moisturize dry scalp and hair.

Aroma therapists use it to treat rheumatism, sprains, respiratory problems, abdominal cramps, depression, insomnia, tension-related problems, burns, sun-damaged skin, and various types of skin infections. It is effective in treating headaches, and migraines.


Peppermint oil

This essential oil has been cultivated since ancient times, having been found in Egyptian tombs as far back as 1000 BC.

Peppermint oil can assist in:
* nervous disorders
* the respiratory tract
* for muscle aches and pains
* for skin problems

Its cool, minty, fresh, sweet scent is not only refreshing, but stimulating as well.

Aroma therapists use Peppermint in treating asthma, nausea, colic, cramps, colds, fevers, fainting, headaches, mental fatigue, flatulence and nausea. Peppermint oil may also help to lessen or eliminate apathy, shock, migraines, nervous stress, vertigo and faintness.

It is useful in general respiratory disorders as well as dry coughs, sinus congestion, asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, tuberculosis and cholera.

It is known to relieve pain:
* from toothaches
* aching feet
* rheumatism
* neuralgia
* muscular pains and
* painful menstrual cycles

** Note: May cause irritation on sensitive skin.


Rosemary comes from the Latin 'Rosmarinus.'

Its name means Dew of the Sea. The Hebrews, Egyptians, Greeks and the Romans considered Rosemary sacred.

Rosemary oil can be effective for:
* mental fatigue
* circulation problems
* pain reliever
* the muscular system

and can help the respiratory tract and congested skin.

Rosemary leaves were traditionally burned in hospitals to purify the air. It was also used by the common folk in place of Frankincense. Its strong, clear, refreshing herbal scent is both clarifying and invigorating.

It aids in prevention of mental exhaustion,
stress and stimulates circulation to skin and scalp,
providing great toning and astringent properties.

It also stimulates hair follicles.

Rosemary oil has a pronounced action on the brain, clearing the mind and aids the memory. It also helps with headaches, and migraines.

Aroma therapists use it to relieve suffering from:
* poor circulation
* muscle aches
* rheumatic joint pains
* water retention
* cellulite
* respiratory problems
* colds and
* flu.

It is believed to act as a nerve tonic, energizing the central nervous system.


Sweet Orange is a zesty citrus, sweet, strong aroma that is cheering, refreshing, uplifting, and comforting. Orange, like all citrus fruits, plays an important role in Chinese medicine.
It is used for:
* dull or oily complexions
* skin conditioner
* to brighten the skin
* soothing dry, irritated, or acne prone skin.
Aroma therapists use Sweet Orange to treat:
* muscular tension
* poor circulation
* obesity
* water retention
* bronchitis
* colds
* constipation
* and stress-related symptoms.
In vapor therapy or diluted in a bath, Orange oil can be effective to the immune system for colds and flu; can help eliminate toxins, nervous tension and stress


Tea Tree oil is a very powerful immune stimulant, helping to fight infections and promote clear skin.
Its scent is described as fresh, warm, spicy, medicinal and pungent.
Tea Tree Oil is a natural antiseptic, bactericide, fungicide and anti-viral with anesthetic qualities.
Unlike most other antiseptic preparations, Tea Tree Oil can be used daily without causing an imbalance in the natural bacterial flora on the skin.
It has been used by the Australian Aborigines since the beginning of time for:
* acne
* oily skin
* rashes
* various infections
* fungal diseases
* dandruff, and itchy scalp.
In World War II Tea Tree oil was issued to each soldier and sailor as part of their field kit to treat tropical infections and infected wounds.
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