From the flowers and leaves of Marjorana Hortensis
Decongestant, expectorant, helps expel excess gas (flatulence), relieves muscle pain and spasm, antiarthritic, calms and soothes the nerves, supports brain health, relieves painful menstruation (dysmenorrhea), circulatory stimulant, antineuralgic (anti nerve pain), encourages sleep, relieves anxiety, sedating (antipain), decreases overactive sex drive, and lowers blood pressure.
From the peel of Citrus Paradisi
Aids in weight management by balancing appetite, reduces the appearance of “cottage-cheese” skin by increasing blood flow to the area, helps release excess water weight (diuretic), stimulating (energizing), antidepressant, supports digestive system detoxification, freshens air and disinfects counter tops and wooden surfaces.
From the leaves of Mentha Piperita Plant.
Helps prevent: Expectorant, decongestant, upset stomach and indigestion, bloating, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), stimulates liver and gall bladder function, flatulence, allergic rhinitis (hay fever), nausea, dizziness, headaches, promotes alertness, mouthwash, and antispasmodic.
• Bug Repellent – the smell of lavender is potent for many types of bugs. Apply some lavender oil on the exposed skin when outside to prevent irritating bites.
• Induces sleep – used as an alternative treatment for insomnia.
• Relieves anxiety and stress – has a calming scent which makes it an excellent tonic for the nerves and anxiety issues. Helpful in treating migraines, headaches, tension and emotional stress. The refreshing aroma removes nervous exhaustion and restlessness while also increasing mental activity.
• Treats Acne – according to dermatologists and aromatherapists, lavender essential oil is one of the most beneficial oils in the treatment of acne. Adding a small amount of lavender essential oil to other skin creams or ointments can greatly increase the potential for relief and healing.
From the flower of Cananga Odorata
Antidepressant, reduces mood swings and anxiety, balances breathing rate, lowers blood pressure, benefits oily skin, and repels mosquitoes.
From the leaves of Melaleuca Alternifolia
Treat infections of acne, ringworm & nail fungus; controls dandruff and athlete’s foot , antiseptic for minor cuts and scrapes, helps boils blisters, and abscesses heal, helps remove warts; soothes insect bites or stings, disinfects air.
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This amazing essential oil is obtained from the needle-bearing tree of coniferous and deciduous regions. This powerful essential oil is valued because of its ability to fight infections, aid the respiratory system, remove toxins from the body, and work as stimulate that relieves nervousness and anxiety. The young twigs, stems and needles of the cypress tree are steam-distilled, and the essential oil has a clean and energizing aroma. The main constituents of cypress are alpha-pinene, carene and limonene; the oil is known for its antiseptic, antispasmodic, antibacterial, stimulating and antirheumatic properties.
9 Clove Oil Benefits
1. Skin Health and Acne
2. Fights Candida
3. Toothache Relief
4. High Antioxidant Content
5. Digestive Aid and Ulcer Helper
6. Powerful Antibacterial
7. Immune System Booster
8. May Help Lower Blood Pressure and Boost Heart Health
9. Anti-inflammatory and Liver Protective
It’s effective for helping to prevent body lice, head lice and flies.
• Anti-Inflammatory and Pain Reducer
Due to its antioxidant properties and ability to increase blood flow, citronella is used as a natural arthritis treatment, specifically linked with reduced pain associated with orthopaedic problems like osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
• Relaxant and Stress Reducer
Commonly used to control emotions in aromatherapy, it can help relax your mind and contribute to reduced stress reactions and better sleep for people who can’t sleep.
We tend to think of cinnamon as a stick or powder, but cinnamon oil has been used as a tonic, digestive aid, and more for centuries. Closely related to Cassia, it’s a “hot” oil, so don’t go sniffing this one from the bottle if you’d like to keep your nose hairs intact, but diffused its aroma is very spicy, warm, and cinnamon-y. It’s most commonly used for matters of the immune system, and to help the body fight off funk. But it can also be useful for cleaning, air quality, and mood support.
From the wood or needles of Cedrus deodora
Enhances focus particularly with ADD/ADHD, mood booster, promotes creativity and memory, relieves anxiety, cough and sinus relief, reduces skin peeling and fights skin infection and regulates immune system function by balancing mast cell activity responsible for allergic disorders.
Black pepper is one of the most widely used spices on the planet. It’s valued not only as a flavoring agent in our meals, but also for a variety of other purposes, such as medicinal uses, as a preservative and in perfumery. In recent decades, scientific research has explored the many possible benefits of black pepper essential oil such as relief from aches and pains, lowering cholesterol and detoxifying the body and enhancing circulation, among many more.