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Essential Oils Set of 20-Invigorates Mind and Senses

on December 17, 2020

Essential oils are often used in aromatherapy, a form of alternative medicine that employs plant extracts to support health and well-being. However, some of the health claims associated with these oils are controversial. This article explains all you need to know about essential oils and their health effects.

 

What are essential oils?

Essential oils are highly concentrated, aromatic compounds extracted from various plant parts such as seeds, fruit peels, barks, flowers, leaves, berries, resins, stems and roots.

They’re mainly produced by methods of solvent extraction, distillation, or expression.  Essential oils give plants their unmistakable aromas and it is in these essences that we find the powerful – even seemingly magical -- healing properties.

Essential oils have long been used in personal care, skin care, aromatherapy, and other psychological, emotional, as well as spiritual applications.  

 

Proven benefits of aromatherapy and essential oils

Some of the health benefits of aromatherapy include its ability to:

Help promote or improve Help alleviate or reduce

Relaxation Worry

Sleep quality Anxiety

Congested breathing Fatigue

Skin conditions Nausea

Alertness Muscle soreness

Cognitive performance

Spiritual healing process

Energy levels

Mood balance

 

Popular types

There are more than 90 types of essential oils, each with its own unique smell and potential health benefits.

Here’s a list of 19 popular essential oils and the health claims associated with them:

Peppermint: helps with concentration, motivation; relieves sore muscles

Orange: helps boost optimism, confidence; relieves stress, anger

Sandalwood: helps with focus, calm nerves

Lavender:helps relieve stress and skin issues

Bergamot: helps reduce stress and improve skin conditions like eczema

Rose: helps promote romance and peace; relieves depression, fear.

Chamomile: helps relieve pain, reduce inflammation and accelerate healing times

Ylang-Ylang: helps promote positivity and romance; relieves anxiety

Tea Tree: relieves rashes, acne, insect bites

Jasmine: helps promote confidence and passion; relieves depression

Lemon: helps boost energy, clarity; relieves depression

Lemongrass: helps concentration and clarity; relieves pessimism.

Geranium: helps promote calmness and relaxation

Eucalyptus: helps promote courage, confidence

Frankincense: helps relieve nervous tension, anxiety.

Rosemary: helps promote concentration and nervous debility.

Vetiver: helps to relax and beneficial for stress, anxiety.

Cedarwood: helps to calm the mind and promote emotional security

Grapefruit: helps with cellulite, obesity and water retention.

 

Last but not least

Essential oils are generally considered safe to inhale or apply to the skin if they’ve been combined with a base oil. They should not be eaten.

For minor health problems, using essential oils as a complementary therapy is likely harmless.

However, if you have a serious health condition or are taking medication, you should discuss their use with your healthcare practitioner.

 

You may also be interested in:

How to use tea tree oil at home

How to use lavender essential oil

5 Home uses for lemon essential oil

A few drops a day keeps the doctor away

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