Some oils we suggest to start with are Lavender, Rosemary, Tea Tree (Australian), Ylang Ylang, Peppermint, and Lemon. You can put 3-4 drops in the bath and enjoy. Peppermint has a powerful aroma, so just use 1, maybe 2, drops. Remember to mix these with a base oil, such as: jojoba, sweet almond, or any other base or carrier oil, if they are to used for massage. Essential oils by themselves can be a skin-irritant.
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is used for a wide variety of things. One of the most helpful is in the treatment of scalds and burns. This should be your FIRST oil! No household should be without this one.
How to use: in a warm bath 3-5 drops and soak for 20 minutes; diffusers, 3-5 drops; inhalation, from the bottle or 2-3 drops on a tissue and carry with you, 2-3 drops on your pillow for a good nights sleep; Laundry-put 3-4 drops on a damp washcloth and throw it in the dryer. Lavender blends well with most other oils.
-- is used to treat colds, flu, acne, viral infections, cuts, burns, stress, depression, and mental exhaustion.
How to use: for sinusitis or bronchitis, inhale a drop or two on a cottonball; for a stuffy nose put 3-4 drops in a diffuser for the room or 3-4 drops on a hot washcloth and hold to you face, (with your eyes closed). Blends well with lemon, lavender, pine, peppermint, thyme, rosemary, bergamot, and cedarwood.
Cautions: Do not take with homeopathic medicines or use in strong dilutions on the skin.
-is used as an astringent and antiseptic that is good for itchy skin conditions; such as eczema; or also on oily skin. It is also used for stress management, anxiety, tension and mental fatigue.
How to use: 5-6 drops in dishwater, helps cut grease, smells great and leaves skin feeling soft. As an Air freshener, 6-7 drops in a spray bottle; Add to your bath, 2-3 drops. Lemon blends well with other citrus oils and fresh scents, such as; ylang ylang, pine, juniper, lavendar.
Cautions: Do not use lemon oils on the skin when in direct sunlight.
--Peppermint is really good for upset stomachs, stress, depression, tension, it's a stimulant, and will help clear the sinuses.
How to use: Inhalation, from the bottle, or put a couple of drops on a cottonball in the car to keep you alert; in the bath, 2-3 drops (no more due to skin irritation). Peppermint blends well with lavender and eucalyptus.
Cautions: Avoid contact with mucous membranes. Do not use with other homeopathic medicines.
--is used to treat stress, has an uplifting affect for concentration and memory, releives muscle aches and pains, migraines, arthritis, colds, skin problems (acne, cellulite) and hair care.
How to use: As a Memory enhancer, place 1-2 drops on a cottonball and inhale; in a diffuser, mix with orange to clean and refresh the air.
Cautions: Can cause a skin irritation.
--is an antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial oil. It is used to treat boils, burns, warts, genital herpes, ringworm, acne, sunburn, and much much more.
How to use: After showering use on boils, warts, and fungus put a drop on area after drying yourself. In the diffuser, use 2-3 drops for clean air. Blends well with lavendar, pine, marjoram, rosemary, clove, and other spic oils.
Cautions:Some say it irritates the skin. Consult with a trained aromatherapist, if in doubt.
--is known as the flower of flowers. It has a sweet, exotic floral aroma. It has many healing properties, such as: antidepressant, aphrodisiac, sedative, and an antiseptic. It is useful for treating acne, irritated or oily skin, and as a hair rinse or tonic for hair growth. Also good on insect bites.
How to use: Massage, mix with the right base oil for your skin; In a diffuser, depending on the diffuser, 3-4 drops to calm nerves and to create romantic atmosphere; In the bath, try 2 drops of ylang-ylang, 2 drops of rose, and 3-4 drops of lavender. Blends well with lavender, sandalwood, lemon, bergamot, jasmine, neroli, rose.
Cautions: It may cause skin irritation in some people.
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Aromatherapy An A-Z by Patricia Davis
Aromatherapy Workbook by Shirley Price
Aromatherapy A Lifetime Guide to Healing with Essentials Oils by Valerie Cooksley
Practical Aromatherapy by Robyn M. Feller
Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential oils by Julia Lawless
Aromatherapy Book of Applications and Inhalations by Jeanne Rose
Base or Carrier Oils: These are the oils that Essential oils are mixed with to make them more safe before applying to the skin. What kind of base oils you use depends on the type of skin you have (dry, oily, etc). What oil(s) you use depends on what they are for (massage, bathing, soaks, compresses, etc.)?
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