The Different Essential Oils and Their Benefits

Different Types of Essential Oils

Power of Essential Oils

Essential oils are a common ingredient that are found in most natural products for relaxation. Since these oils are currently available in the open market place these days, a lot of people may assume incorrectly that there is no need to learn anything about them. This is a mistake that should be avoided. While some may have read some information about aromatherapy, or perhaps have heard from a friend, it is still very important to know about the specific oils before deciding to use them. This is because certain oils may cause some problems if they are incorrectly used. At the same time, there are some oils that can provide you the best experience compared to others. Here are some very common oils that you can choose for your next relaxing adventure:

Bergamot Essential Oil

This essential oil comes in a pale emerald green color and is derived from the fruit peel of Citrus Bergamia tree. This oil serves as an antibiotic, antiseptic, astringent, anti-spasmodic, therapeutic as well as a deodorizer.

Clary Sage Essential Oil

Clary sage is naturally inviting, sweet and softly floral oil. It provides a deep soothing effect and releases tension for both men and women. It is also known to be helpful especially in order to relieve premenstrual tension among women.

Frankincense Essential Oil

Frankincense is used for different types of skin problems, such as wounds, wrinkles, dry skin, scars, as well as relief for sore muscles. There are also studies proving on the medicinal benefits of this oil for certain issues such as anxiety.

Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender is not just famous for its sweet and fresh smell, but also because of its calming and therapeutic properties. In our modern times, this oil has a lot of uses, especially when it comes to aromatherapy purposes.

Rose Geranium Essential Oil

Rose Geranium oil has a delicate floral like smell which is quite similar to that of a rose. Because of this, it is often used in the production of perfumes as well as in skin care products preparation. It also known for its balancing effect on the mind and body, easing anxiety, tensions, as well as other stress related problems.

Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

Ylang Ylang is a very sweet, exotic, floral and heavy scent. This oil is typically distilled from yellow blooms, even though; this particular plant also has other varieties of mauve and pink flowers.

With the right knowledge about these essential oils, you can have better control over them. You can choose which one is perfect for you, and see which ones you may have to avoid. Nonetheless, they are also perfect as aromatherapy and relaxation gifts for a special occasion. The recipient of such thoughtful gifts would surely appreciate the right choice. Essential oils are ideal for use with an essential oil diffuser that slowly disperses very, very small oil droplets into the air for inhalation.

Shop at Gifts Ready To Go to select the right aromatherapy gifts. We offer quality essential oils, premium fragrance oils, essential oil diffusers, and aromatherapy candles, as well as other bath and body products infused with the power of natural essential oils. All our products are elegantly packaged and ship fast and free within the continental USA.

This article is solely for informational purposes only. It is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent disease. Always consult with a professional health care practitioner before making any changes to your health and wellness routine. Undiluted essential oils should not be applied directly to the skin.

One Comment on “The Different Essential Oils and Their Benefits

  1. I use Bergamot Essential Oil. It works nicely. I am using it for 3 years. Anyway I liked the post. I will share this on facebook. Thanks of sharing.

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