The use of aromatherapy essential oils of physical and mental well-being. They are comprised of naturally occurring substances that work together synergy. Unlike prescription drugs, the healing of essential oils dates back thousands of years.
Two of the most versatile essential oils of lavender and peppermint. Think of the two oils yin and yang. Lavender is warm and relaxing, while peppermint is cool and invigorating.
every morning to eight to ten drops of peppermint essential oil fragrance burner filled with water to help wake you up. Peppermint is also helpful for fighting the afternoon blahs and has a natural cooling effect. Put one or two drops of a cotton ball, close your eyes and breathe deeply. If you are prone to headaches, mix one-eighth cup of carrier oil such as sweet almond or extra virgin olive oil 12 drops peppermint and massage your temples, neck and forehead.
evening, add nine drops of lavender bathwater, dim the lights, and a few deep breaths to help you relax. Try a few drops directly on the cotton pillowcase or if you have a hard time getting to sleep. Lavender can help balance your emotions, relieve stress and aid in lowering blood pressure. This is beneficial to the skin and can be used for the marks, scratches, sunburn, and skin rashes. Add a drop or two, wet cotton ball and apply to the affected area.
One of the easiest ways to use lavender or peppermint to your own body. Buy a high-quality, unscented Lotion and add a combination of thirty to forty drops of oil or one of the two oils.
The essential oils and natural antibacterial and antiviral effective for treating colds and flu. Fill a bowl with water, heat thoroughly, then add a few drops of lavender and peppermint. Put a towel over your head, close your eyes and inhale. When the water cools, take a washcloth and use as a compress to cover your forehead. It helps to relieve headaches and sinus pressure.
Replace your room fresheners and their inherent chemicals and ozone depleting propellants. Add a few drops of lavender or peppermint essential oil in a spray bottle filled with distilled water and gently shake before misting your room. Use lavender as a linen mist and peppermint counters and floors to prevent household pests.
Did you know that approximately 70,000 synthetic chemicals have been used in commercial products? What are the health consequences of these chemicals pose a daily exposure? Essential oils as an alternative to these products for everyday health and well being. A few words of caution – be applied without exception of lavender and tea tree essential oils should never be dilution, directly to the skin. Careful, and feel good that you are helping yourself, your family and the environment.