Aromatherapy roll-ons that can be used for therapy or for perfume! Use them individually or blend them together. Let me just say, blending these together are phenomenal!! Start your collection!
Eucalyptus globulus (Eucalyptus) Essential Oil
Known now for its use in inhalants and vapor rubs, and as a household disinfectant and cleaner. Eucalyptus oil comes from leaves and young twigs that are steam distilled to produce the essential oil. Eucalyptus oil has been used by Aboriginal ethnic groups for asthma, sinus congestion, bronchitis, coughs, colds, insect bites, headaches, fever, rheumatism, and muscle aches. Also a natural deodorant, eucalyptus is also used in hair care products, to refresh and stimulate the scalp, promote increased blood circulation, stimulate hair growth, helps with dandruff and promotes a healthy scalp. It has a soothing and calming effect on the whole body. Eucalyptus essential oil aromatherapy should not be used in early pregnancy.
Lavendula hybrid (Lavender) Essential Oil
Extracted from flowering tops of the plant, has anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, analgesic, anti fungal, and anti-septic properties. Lavender is believed to stimulate the immune system to ease inflammation. It tones the skin and is useful for acne, oily skin, burns, sunburn, wounds, eczema, psoriasis and insect bites. In hair care, lavender helps balance oily or dry hair and scalp, soothes irritated scalp and stimulates the hair follicles to help foster hair growth. For centuries lavender has been used for its beneficial effect on skin, soothing burns and wounds, stimulating the growth of skin cells, treating eczema and psoriasis. Lavender relieves tension with its soothing, calming and harmonizing effect on the nerves. It is used as an anti-depressant and the high linalool and linalyl acetate in lavender have been demonstrated to have anti-anxiety, stress reducing effects, and is effective for headaches, migraines and insomnia. Its floral and woody fragrance is great for stress relief and general relaxation.
Anise Essential Oil (Pimpinella anisum)
Spicy, warm, licorice-like aroma. Used by fishermen to mask human scent. It is a wonderful perfumery addition in subtle quantities, especially in Citrus blends or as an underpinning to a Vanilla blend. Well known for its effect on the digestive system.
Clove Bud Essential Oil ( Eugenia Caryophyllata ) Due to its antiseptic properties, clove oil is useful for wound, cuts, fungal infections, bruises, scabies, athlete’s foot, etc. It can also be used for treating insect bites and stings. Clove oil is also recognized as a home remedy for dental pain because it is natural analgaesic, numbing skin surfaces both internally for toothaches as well as on the skin. Clove oil is very strong in nature and should always be used in diluted form. We safely blend with certified organic sunflower oil. Clove oil should not be used by people with unusually sensitive skin. Cloves are commonly used in Ayurveda as a stimulant and aromatic for the lungs and stomach. In aromatherapy and massage, clove oil may treat the symptoms of rheumatism and arthritis. The aromatic clove oil, when inhaled, may help relieve many respiratory conditions including coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis and sinusitis.
Lemongrass essential oil Known for its invigorating and antiseptic properties. It is often used in products that are intended for problematic and damaged skin, to help calm acne, for oily skin and hair types, helps remedy cellulite and fungal inflammation. Lemongrass is an excellent anti depressant helps relieve stress related disorders. Lemongrass essential oil tones and fortifies the nervous system and can be used in bath for soothing muscular nerves and pain. Lemongrass shares similar properties with citronella and has a great reputation as an insect repellent, pesticide and preservative so it can be also used for keeping the pets free of fleas and ticks.