Top Most Used Aromatherapy Oils and Their Uses
Many of the beauty and cosmetic products now on the market contain essential oils, their popularity has grown very much over the years. The essence of the fragrance and the power of healing that is gained from using essential oils, makes Aromatherapy a wondrous naturopathic alternative medicine treatment. Listed below are a few of the top basic essential oils you may find useful in your everyday life.
Antiseptic, anti-depressant, healing; relives stress and insomnia, soothes insect bites.
Anti-depressant, aphrodisiac, tonic; helpful for menstrual disorders; aids sleep.
Antiseptic, astringent, stimulative; helps to combat oily skin but can sensitize it to UV light.
Healing, antiseptic, can relieve fluid retention, cystitis and insomnia.
Healing, soothing; helps combat dandruff and dry skin patches.
Antiseptic, aphrodisiac tonic.
Healing, antiseptic, calming; eases viral and fungal infections such as thrush (if added to a bath).
Diuretic, antiseptic, cleansing, calming; avoid in first five months of pregnancy, not to be used by those with kidney disease.
Calming; soothes nerves and upset stomachs; a good remedy for dry skin.
The most soothing oil; relieves anxiety, stress, allergies, and Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS).
Antiseptic, stimulating, balancing, diuretic, uplifting; not to be used in the first five months of pregnancy, or by those with high blood pressure.
Decongestive, relaxing; aids sleep.