Your Ultimate Go-To Guide For Essential Oils!!

Your Ultimate Go-To Guide For Essential Oils

Welcome to your ultimate guide to Essential Oils. According to the Global Aromatherapy Market Analysis, the Global Aromatherapy market is projected to grow by 8 percent between 2017 and 2024. As the trend will probably be sticking around for quite some time, you may want to brush up on your knowledge. Well, you're in luck. If you're looking to get in to the Essential Oils game but don't know what you need or where to began, we've compiled the most popular Oils in to three main categories (Cooling, Calming, & Invigorating), & explained the benefits of each. Be sure to keep reading to see which Essential Oils best suit your specific needs.

Before getting started, let's start with the Essential Oil basics. Here are a few basic things to remember when using Essential Oils...

  • Always be sure to use a Carrier Oil when applying Essential Oils topically. Carrier Oils (such as Coconut or Jojoba Oil), are used to dilute Essential Oils.
  • Make sure to do a patch test before applying Oils to larger areads of the Skin.
  • Make sure to buy quality Essential Oils. There are all kinds of knock-off versions and Perfume Oils that don't have the same purpose or benefits.
  • Aside from a few brands, most Essential Oils are toxic to take by Mouth, unless under the specific care of a Healthcare Professional.

1. Rosemary: Camphoraceous,Hecbaceous, Reduces Tension And Fatigue.

2. Clary Sage: Woody, Herbal, Healthy Hair & Scalp, Skin Calming.

3. Lavender: Powdery, Floral, Soothes Irritation, Promotes Relaxation.

4. Rose: Floral, Dry, Sweet, Uplifting, Balances Skin Moisture Levels.

1. Vetiver: Grouding, Sweet, Soothing, Supports Immune System Support.

2. Frankincense: Relaxing, Promotes Skin Health, Warm Spicy, Clean.

3. Myrrh: Hot, Smoky, Woody, Dry, Promotes Healthy Complexion.

4. Chamomile: Floral, Sweet, Supports Immune System, Herbaceous.

1. Grapefruit: Citrus, Floral, Fruits, Improves Blemishes.

2. Basil: Spicy, Herbal, Promotes Alertness, Supports Nervous System.

3. Spearmint: Sweet, Fresh, Minty, Helps Digestion & Upset Stomach.

4. Peppermint: Minty, Fresh, Promotes Respiratory & Digestive Health.