Essential Oils

Essential oils are concentrated volatile aromatic liquids that are obtained from the fruit, seeds, flowers, bark, stems, roots, leaves or other parts of a plant.

Plants create essential oils naturally and store them in tiny molecular stacks, which attract bees or other pollinating insects or repel pests.

Citrus plants like oranges, lemons, and limes often store their essential oils in the peels of their fruit. These oils are the essence of the odor of the plant. Ironically, essential oils aren’t actually oily.

True essential oil is one that has been grown in its indigenous area. It is harvested at its peak times, properly distilled, and not tampered with. True essential oils are one hundred percent pure with no adulteration or additives.

You might be wondering why you need essential oils.

Essential oils help with common symptoms and everyday concerns as well as balancing your whole being.

Essential oils can help regulate your immune system, balance your emotions and ease nervous tension. It supports your respiratory system and boosts your energy level.

Before applying an essential oil to your skin, dilute it first in a lotion, cream, or carrier oil. Check your bottle of essential oil for the specific dilution recommendation.

Examples of essential oils are lemon oil, lavender oil, eucalyptus oil, peppermint oil, and tea tree oil.

Tea tree oil helps remove odors. It works great as a personal deodorant and has been used for years to treat problem skin. Tea tree oil also makes a great cleaning agent. You can use tea tree oil in your laundry to remove musty odors from towels.

Peppermint oil energizes and invigorates you. It helps with nausea, head tension, stimulates mental focus, and cools the skin.

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