Aromatherapy is the practice of using essential oils for therapeutic benefit, including:
👉 Stress and anxietyIt has been estimated that43% of people who have stress and anxiety use some form of alternative therapy to help relieve their symptoms
👉 Headaches and migraines In the '90s, two small studies found that dabbing a peppermint oil and ethanol mixture on participants' foreheads and temples relieved headache pain. Recent studies have also observed reduced headache pain after using the power of peppermint and lavender oils
👉 Sleep and insomniaSmelling lavender oil have been shown to improve the sleep quality of women after childbirth, as well as patients with heart disease.
👉 Reducing inflammation - some test-tube studies show that they have anti-inflammatory effects. One mouse study found that ingesting a combination of thyme and oregano essential oils helped induce the remission of colitis.
👉 Antibiotic and antimicrobial Test-tube studies have investigated essential oils,such as peppermint and tea tree oil,extensively for their antimicrobial effects, observing some positive results
THE POWER OF ESSENTIAL OILS:
🧂 1. Peppermint - It is actually a hybrid of watermint and spearmint. Its smell is sharp and fresh, and one of its main components is menthol. Peppermint Essential OilStimulates concentration and clear thinking, relieves fatigue, and carries a strong mint aroma. Wonderful fordigestive/respiratory function, energy, cooling. Peppermint oil helps improve symptoms in those with headaches. Can be helpful withtension headachesand helps minimize skin irritation. It could help with hair growth.
Peppermint blends well with lavender, rosemary, and eucalyptus oils.
🍊 2. Orange Essential Oil - promotesoptimism and peace, relieves anger and depression, and carries a fresh, sweet orange peel aroma.
🌱 3. Eucalyptus - is native to Australia, where Aborigines have used eucalyptus to helptreat sinus infections, respiratory infections, and pain using a blend of oils, including eucalyptus. Participants reported a reduction inhoarseness, cough, and sore throat.These symptoms can appear with seasonal allergies. A 2012 study showed protectionagainst bacterial skin infections.
Eucalyptus blends well with lavender and lemon oils.
🍋4. Lemon -this essential oil has many uses. It is widely used in beauty products due to its antioxidant properties. Lemongrass Essential Oil calmness and clarity relieves fatigue, confusion, helps in the treatment ofperennial and seasonal allergic rhinitis. The lemon essential oil can also inhibit bacterial activity. Lemon's Oil is famous forincreasing energy, digestive and respiratory support, cleaning.
Lemon blends well with eucalyptus oil.
⚜️ 5. Lavender- the sweet smell is probably one of the most well known and recognized of all essential oils. The oil has been used for thousands of years by cultures all over the world. Lavender naturallyquells inflammation, inhibits anxiety, and encourages deep sleep, all of which can benefit people with allergies. Lavender is an especially good option forskin allergies, as it is gentle on the skin and calms irritation, with research indicating that it speeds up healing.
Stress reduction help reduce physical and mental stress levels Insomnia
🌿 6. Tea tree oil - This essential oil is derived from the leaves of the Melaleuca tree, mostly found in Australia. Oil Promotes mental strength and calmness, relieves stress, and carries a warm and spicy aroma. Cleansing, healthy immune function, skin complexion. It has proven antifungal, antiviral, and antibacterial properties, and it may be suitable for some skin allergies. It also reduces inflammation.