Benefits:Deeply stimulating, eases muscular aches. Purification, detoxification, lower blood sugar levels, cough suppressant, anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, anti-viral, anti-bacterial. Soothes inflammation, eliminate headaches. Stimulate hair follicles to lengthen & strengthen hair while slowing the graying of hair, preventing hair loss, & moisturizing dry scalp to relieve dandruff.
Benefits: For oily skin, wrinkles, heals dead skin & prevents signs of aging, eases digestion, acts as a sleep aid, helps decrease inflammation and pain. Antiseptic and disinfectant agent, clears the nasal passageway, promotes the relief of congestion, & encourages easy breathing enhances mood by diminishing feelings of stress and anxiety while improving concentration and memory.
Benefits: Get rids of nausea, especially if you are pregnant and experiencing morning sickness. Improves digestion, nourishes skin reducing acne, nourishing damaged skin and hydrating the skin. One of the best essential oils for weight loss, helps support your metabolism. Purifies the Body, boosts oral health, & relieves cough, clear mucus & phlegm. Lemon oil can cause skin irritations in some people, so do a patch test
Benefits: Relieves muscle and joint pain. Best essential oils for colds, the flu, cough, sinusitis, asthma, bronchitis and headache. Best essential oils for allergies. Mix with shampoo to treat dandruff. For bug bites quickly dismisses the itch. For tired aching feet: add a few drops for foot bath & relief of sore swollen feet. Antiseptic for ants and bugs for your house.
（5）Tea tree oil
Benefits: Powerful weapon against Acne. Fights acne, spots on your face including eczema & psoriasis. Improve dry scalp & dandruff. Soothing skin irritations & wounds such as prevent fungal infections like candida, jock itch, athlete’s foot & toenail fungus. Get rid of warts & head lice. Improves bad breath. Antiseptic for minor Cuts & healing wounds. NOT for Internal Use: Tea tree oil should NOT be taken by mouth for any reason.
Benefits: For blemishes & boils. Antiseptic with antifungal, antiviral, anti-inflammatory & antibacterial effective in treating cough, fever, insect bites, skin infections. Steam inhalation for cold, congestion & cough. For itchy scalp, lice, & insect repellant as spray. Used for joint pain & arthritis, muscle pain, asthma. How to use eucalyptus oil for skin? Please check our website.
Benefits: Treating migraines, insomnia, headaches, indigestion, depression, stomach pain, vomiting, and diarrhea. Reverses signs of ageing & for dry skin. Add a few drops of lavender oil to your bath water to reduce nervous exhaustion & restlessness. Treats respiratory disorders: Put a few drops of the oil in your palms & rub it on your pillowcase & bed sheets. Stimulates urine flow, & improves blood circulation. Reduces anxiety disorder after a four-week treatment plan of lavender aromatherapy oil.
How To Use
Bath & Shower
The essential oil is inhaled through the aromatic steam, as well as being absorbed by the skin. For adults, add up to 5 drops in 2 tbsp bath oil, shower gel, or carrier oil. For children over 2 years old or adults with sensitive skin, reduce the amount to up to 2 drops per 2 tbsp. Not suitable for children under two years old.
This technique helps to clear your head and nose. For adults, add 4–6 drops to a bowl of steaming water, pace a towel over your head and breathe. Children over 2 years old, adults with sensitive skin and asthmatics should not inhale directly. Instead, place the bowl of hot water with added oils in the room nearby. Not suitable for children under two years old.
Relaxes your body and mind while helping to soothe aching muscles. For adults, use up to 15 drops in 2 tbsp of base oil. For children over 2 years old or adults with sensitive skin, use up to 6 drops in 2 tbsp of base oil. Not suitable for children under two years old.
Diffusers & Burners
A natural air freshener, this technique creates a relaxing ambiance and mood. For adults, add 1–3 drops in a diffuser or burner. For children over 2 years old, add 1–3 drops in a diffuser. Not suitable for children under two years old.
DO NOT USE essential oil directly on your skin or hair.
ALWAYS use carrier oils for skin, hair or body.
Do not ingest. External use only. Keep away from children.
Once opened use within 6 months.
ESSENTIAL OILS SHOULD ALWAYS BE DILUTED AND NOT USED NEAT ON THE SKIN WITHOUT PATCH TESTING FIRST. IT IS ADVISABLE TO KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN AND TO CONSULT YOUR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL IF YOU HAVE ANY SKIN IRRITATION OR SYMPTOMS PERSIST.
— The practice of administering essential oils can be in several ways which include:
Diffused through the air:
Add 4-6 drops into an oil burner or oil diffuser.
In a bath:
Due to the potency, a small number of drops is all that is required. The reason for this is that oil and water do not mix as you may well know. Therefore, the oils will float on the top of the water and attached on the edge of the bath and onto your skin. Essential oils combined with hot water in the bath may potential cause skin irritation. A safe, effective way to use essential oils in a bath is to mix them with a liquid which will be able to combine them so that they mix and disperse within the water, such as milk or a carrier oil such as jojoba. The milk or carrier oil protects your skin, and helps the essential oils disperse through the bath water making it safer for both children and adults.
On the skin:
Massage them into the skin by first mixing into a carrier oil base or in a skin cream base. It is recommended that you use only one or two drops in a base oil or cream for topical use and seek professional advice in order to address particular health issues such as dry or itchy skin conditions before applying.
Add a few drops to a water spray bottle and shake well before spraying onto surfaces to use with a cleaning cloth. For floors, add a few drops to a bucket of hot water.
With regards to ingestion of essential oils. Though our oils are the finest and purest oils available, we do not recommend ingestion. It is against government regulation in United Kingdom to prescribe essential oils for medical purposes unless by a qualified health care practitioner who has knowledge of essential oil toxicology and an understanding of how essential oils interact with the body.