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Benefits of Essential Oils.

 Aromatherapy is simply using essential oils.   Essential oils are found in the minute droplets of various plants.  The oils are highly concentrated extracts which contain the properties that are found in the essential oils such as vitamins and antiseptics. Essential oils are often called the being, the core, or the absolute soul of a plant. These oils are often used in cosmetics and perfume. Many naturalists use the essential oils in homeopathic medicines as a natural healer. One reason for this is because antiseptic property is found universally in essential oils. Massage therapists incorporate essential oils into their practice and are able to enhance their client’s experiences during an aromatherapy massage. The world of aromatherapy combines art and science in a unique way and is able to provide your spirit and soul with invisible ecstasy.

 

 

 

 

Essential Oils:

 To get you started in the world of aromatherapy, here’s a list of uses for 20 different essential oils and a few recipes to try out!

  • 1.  Rose (Rose centifolia, R. damascene, Rosaceae) – Rose is one of the most expensive essential oils according to many aromatherapy experts. Because of this, this oil is often adulterated. This particular oil is very difficult to fine in a pure form. Rose oil has various medicinal properties including being an astringent, a tonic, and an antidepressant. In energy healing rose oil is used when working with the heart chakra.
  • 2.  Lavender (Lavandula officinalis) – Lavender is a favorite aromatic of many people. It is also known to be one of the most precious of all the essential oils. The best variety of this particular essential oil is known as lavender fine. The medicinal claims of this essential oil include, being good for the nervous system, the respiratory system and even the ability to be utilized as an insect repellant. Migraines, depression, and insomnia are just three reasons you might want to include the use of lavender essential oil. It is also often used as an antiseptic for burns and wounds.
  • 3.  Rosemary (Rosamarinus officinalis) – Rosemary essential oil has an invigorating fragrance.  Medicinal claims of this oil include stimulating the adrenocortical glands and the ability to act as a diuretic. Other indications for this essential oil include items such as mental fatigue, memory loss, rheumatism, and gouty arthritis.
  • 4.  Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) – The essential oil of eucalyptus is known to be a produced in such areas as Australia and Portugal.  In fact, the Aborigines considered this oil to be a general cure-all. Eucalyptus oil is used for various respiratory diseases such as asthma, sinusitis, and even the flu. This oil has a medicinal smelling fragrance which is camphor like.
  • 5.  Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) – Tea Tree is an essential oil often used as a general cure-all and first aid kit.  This oil tends to have a very strong medicinal fragrance. Some indications for this oil include fungal infections, urinary infections, and cystitis.
  • 6.  Pepper (Piper nigrum Piperaceae) – Yes, pepper is an essential oil.  This ancient spice was, in fact, used as currency during the Middle Ages. Some indications for this oil include fever, cold, cough, decreased appetite, and impotence.
  • 7.  Sandalwood (Santalum album, Santalaceae) – The essential oil of sandalwood has a sweet and spicy smell.  This particular oil is has medicinal properties which include that of being an astringent and also being an aphrodisiac. Some health conditions indicating the use of sandalwood include gonorrhea and cystitis.
  • 8.  Ylang-Ylang (Unona odorantissimum, Anonaceae) – Ylang-Ylang is an essential oil that has a sweet and exotic fragrance.  The powerful fragrance of this oil is often sickening to many people. The medicinal properties of this oil include being euphoric and being a sedative.  Indications for use of this essential oil include depression, insomnia, and high blood pressure.
  • 9.  Sage (Salvia officinalis) – Sage is a very versatile plant often used for medicinal purposes.  Sage can benefit health difficulties such as anemia, menopause, kidney problems, mouth ulcers and tonsillitis.
  • 10. Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin) – Patchouli has a sweet a spicy fragrance with a harsh smell that some people do not like.  Indications for this essential oil include anxiety, skin problems and water retention.
  • 11.  Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris A. herba alba) – The fragrance of the essential oil of Mugwort is a slightly musky.  Some of the indications for Mugwort oil include amenorrhea, hysteria, convulsion, nervous emesis (vomiting), and epilepsy.
  • 12.  Cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica) – Cedarwood essential oil has, of course, a woody fragrance.  Its fragrance is very pleasant and is similar to that of sandalwood.  Medicinal properties of this oil include being a fungicidal. Indications for this oil include urinary tract disorders, hair care such as hair loss, and skin problems such as eczema.
  • 13. Geranium (Pelargonium graveolens and P. roseum, Geraniaceae) – Geranium essential oil has a rose like fragrance. Medicinal properties of this essential oil include being an astringent and insect repellant and an antiseptic.  Geranium essential oil is often used for such health difficulties as tonsillitis, sore throat, kidney stones, nervous tension and depression.
  • 14. Marjoram (Origanum marjorana Marjorana hortensi) – Marjoram essential oil has a sweet-smelling fragrance. It is often used in the cosmetic and perfume industries.  Aromatherapy researchers have found that according to mythology, Marjoram was picked on the Mount Ida by Aphrodite to heal Enea’s wounds. Antispasmodic, analgesic, and digestive are medicinal claims of this essential oil.  Other indications for Marjoram include insomnia, migraine headaches, and hypertension.
  • 15. Peppermint (Mentha piperita) – Peppermint is produced worldwide. It has numerous uses in the food industry and it is also used in cosmetics and perfumes.  One of the specific indications for this essential oil is impotence.
  • 16. Rosewood (Aniba roseaodora, Lauraceae) – Rosewood oil is known as one of the major oils in the perfume industry.  Indications for the essential oil of Rosewood include various skin problems such as sensitive skin, wrinkled skin, and skin wounds.
  • 17. Grapefruit (Citrus paradise) – Grapefruit essential oil is mostly produced in the United States.  It has a clean citrus fragrance. Grapefruit is used in perfumery and in the food service industry. This essential oil claims a specific therapeutic indication for obesity.
  • 18. Neroli (Orange Blossom, Citrus vulgaris) – Neroli biguarade is the name for real neroli.  The essential oil of neroli boasts the claim as one of the most expensive oils. Because of this, it is often adulterated. Its fragrance has a sweet floral essence.  Medicinal properties of this oil include the following: antidepressant, sedative, aphrodisiac. Energy healers use Neroli essential oil for stimulation of the heart chakra. Indications for this oil include insomnia, nervous tension, emotional shock and grief.
  • 19. Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) – Fennel essential oil has a strong fragrance.  It is recorded that this oil was used by people as a protection against evil spirits and witchcraft during the Middle Ages. The medicinal properties of this essential oil are diuretic, antispasmodic, and laxative.  Uses for the essential oil of fennel include such health problems as amenorrhea, kidney stones, menopausal difficulties, and obesity.
  • 20.  Aniseed (Pimpinella anisum) – Anise is mentioned in one of the best selling books – the Bible.  It is one of the main medicinal plants in India, Greece and Rome. Its medicinal properties include general stimulant for the digestive system, respiratory system and cardiac system. It boasts the claim of having the medicinal property of being an aphrodisiac which is stupefying at high doses.  Indications for this oil include health difficulties such as impotence and epilepsy.

There are many uses for the variety of essential oils available. For the most part, they are easy to use. If you would like to find out more about essential oils, and how to incorporate them into your lifestyle, Please feel free to browse through my    and if you have any questions with which I might help you.   Another way to obtain additional information on aromatherapy and the essential oils used is to consult with an alternative health care provider or a certified massage therapist.

 

 

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