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ESSENTIAL OILS

Essential oils are highly concentrated, volatile plant extracts.  We obtain essential oils through a few different extraction methods, and the part of the plant we get the essential oil from can be different depending on the oil but is typically the most aromatic part. Rose oil, for example, comes from the petals of the rose, while citrus oils come from the rind.  Because essential oils are obviously all-natural, it might be easy to assume that they're gentle and largely unreactive. This isn't the case at all. By definition, it's extremely potent stuff. On average, they are up to 75 times more powerful than dried herbs. Essential oils can be used in personal care products, in-home cleaning products, for general well-being in the context of emotional support, and many other ways. This versatility also extends to the scents themselves. Some of the most popular essential oils, like lavender and sweet orange, cross over into many categories and can be used effectively for many applications. 

Essential oils that help induce sleep: lavender, vetiver, patchouli, sandalwood, ylang-ylang, chamomile, neroli, bergamot, clary sage, frankincense, rose

Essential oils for relaxation: rose, clary sage, frankincense, lavender, bergamot, ylang-ylang, lemon, geranium, orange, sandalwood, chamomile, vetiver

Essential oils for improving concentration: rosemary, basil, peppermint, helichrysum, cedar, vetiver, grapefruit, pine, juniper

Essential oils for energy: lemon, orange, grapefruit, eucalyptus, cinnamon, peppermint, ginger, rosemary, spearmint, black pepper, jasmine

Essential oils for inflammation: Acne and skin irritations: tea tree oil, lavender, oregano, bergamot, rosemary, helichrysum

Muscle inflammation: peppermint, eucalyptus, wintergreen, chamomile, nutmeg, ginger, cayenne, rosemary, black pepper

Sore throat: eucalyptus, peppermint, ginger, lemon, tea tree, sage, rosemary

 Angelica archangelica Family [Apiaceae]   Base note The essential oil of angelica is used for irritated skin and psoriasis. Also for arthritis, rheumatism, anaemia, anorexia, coughs, bronchitis, migraines, nervous hypertension and for stress. Because of its phototoxicity it should be u..
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Pimpinella anisum, Anisum officinalis (Family, Apiaceae [Umbelliferae]) Middle note Because of its strong stimulative and anti-convulsive action it is used for muscular pain, rheumatism, bronchitis, colds, dyspepsia, colic, distention. Avoid use during pregnancy and generally use in moderation bec..
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Artemisia vulgaris Uses : stimulating, energizing, toning, skin emollient and soothing agent and muscle relaxant. blends well with: patchouli, rosemary, lavander, sage, clary sage, cedarwood Should be avoided by pregnant women..
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 Ocimum basilicum, Family Lamiaceae Top Note An erotic symbol in Italy. Stands out for its light aroma of freshness and its balsamic qualities. Used as a tonic for the relief of mental tiredness, giving spirited clarity to the brain. Has a positive effect for conditions of stress, depression,..
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 Styrax benzoin, tonkinensis (Family, Styacaceae) Base note Creates euphoria because it acts as a sedative on the nervous and muscular system, warms the heart and invigorates circulation. As an anti-inflammatory acts therapeutically on cracked and irritated skin. Used for asthma, laryngitis, ..
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 Citrus bergamia (Family, Rutaceae) Top Note Its most important properties are concentrated in three areas. Infections of the ureic system (it is the best for urethritis, and cystitis), depression and stress, and in the care of the skin (acme, blisters, eczema, psoriasis, wounds, infections, ..
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Citrus Bulgaris (Family, Rutaceae) Middle note An oil with similar action to orange oil. Used mainly as a digestive and mild sedative of the peptic. Acts also as an antiseptic, antifungal and bactericidal...
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Melaleuca cajaputi (Family, Myrtace) Top Note   Improves mood, increases resistance to infections. Can be used in a steam inhalation to help clear the nasal passages, also helpful when treating oily skin and spots. Insect repellent...
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 Matricaria chamomilla or M. recutica (Family, Asteraceae [Compositae]) Middle note The “absolute” German chamomile has a blue colour and owes this to the high level of Chamazulene, an ingredient with strong antiphlogistic properties. Used a soothing agent for the skin and as a to..
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Chamaemelum nobile (Family, Asteraceae [Compositae]), Anthemis nobilis Middle note One of the softest oils and for this reason very useful for children. Because of its action as an analgesic, anti-anaemic, antineuralgic, antiphlogistic, antiseptic, disinfectant, bactericidal, peptic, emmenogogue, ..
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Cinnamomum camphora (Family, Lauraceae) Middle note An essential oil to be used very carefully. Is not recommended for homeopathic therapies. Its anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and antibacterial action makes it useful for acme, inflammation, oily skin and skin spots. Its stimulating qualities assis..
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 Carum carvi, Apium carvi (Family, Apiaceae [Umbelliferae]) Top Note Is a traditional remedy for peptic problems (dyspepsia, colic, anorexia, distension, indigestion, children’s colic). Also mentioned for its usage with respiratory problems (bronchitis, laryngitis, cough) as well as for..
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