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Sweet Orange Essential Oil, (Citrus sinensis) commonly known simply as Orange Oil, is a favorite in aromatherapy for its versatility, affordability, and delightfully uplifting aroma. It’s particularly effective in refreshing stale or smoky rooms with its cheerful scent. This essential oil offers numerous benefits, including relief from colds, flu, and constipation, improving dull skin, reducing flatulence, aiding slow digestion, and helping with oral health. It’s also known for its stress-relieving properties.

Always consult your health care professional and aroma therapist on how to use these aromatherapy essential oils. Such oils are not to be consumed.

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Marjoram Essential Oil (Origanum majorana) is a highly effective oil known for aiding in pain relief, easing minor respiratory issues, and providing emotional support, especially for stress, anxiety, loss, and grief. It features a lovely herbal scent that complements a wide range of other essential oils.

Always consult your health care professional and aroma therapist on how to use these aromatherapy essential oils. Such oils are not to be consumed.

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Lavender Essential oil (Lavandula angustifolia) , known for its beautiful and adaptable aroma, is a staple for any first-aid kit due to its antibacterial properties. It’s widely recognized for its calming and sedative effects, making it excellent for relaxation, stress relief, and promoting sleep. As one of the safest essential oils when properly diluted, it’s versatile across various applications. Although floral, Lavender Oil is also popular with men, especially when blended with citrus, mint, or conifer oils. While primarily used for its calming qualities, it’s noteworthy that excessive use can have a stimulating effect. Additionally, its antibacterial nature makes it suitable for treating minor cuts and scrapes in children, provided it’s adequately diluted.

Always consult your health care professional and aroma therapist on how to use these aromatherapy essential oils. Such oils are not to be consumed.

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Siberian Fir (Abies sibirica) known for its refreshing, crisp conifer aroma, pairs well with oils from the conifer, wood, citrus, and herbaceous families. Emotionally uplifting yet not overly stimulating, it offers a calming effect and helps in situations of anger and burnout, making it a preferred choice among conifer oils.

Additionally, Siberian Fir Essential Oil is recognized for its actions of uplifting, balancing, clearing, and cleansing. It provides benefits for respiratory issues, sinus relief, colds, flu, muscular aches and pains, arthritis, chronic cough.

Always consult your health care professional and aroma therapist on how to use these aromatherapy essential oils. Such oils are not to be consumed.

 

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Elemi, (Canarium luzonicum / Canarium vulgare) characterized by its light, zesty, and slightly spicy aroma, serves well as an inhalation oil for relieving congestion, dry coughs, and sore throats. Its exotic scent enhances massage blends, and it offers numerous benefits for skin rejuvenation. Additionally, Elemi aids in digestion, and its emotionally uplifting and harmonizing properties help alleviate stress, agitation, and nervous exhaustion.

Always consult your health care professional and aroma therapist on how to use these aromatherapy essential oils. Such oils are not to be consumed.

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Styrax Benzoin (Styrax benzoin / Styrax tonkinensis) with its sweet, vanilla-like aroma, is derived from the resin of the Styrax Benzoin tree. Traditionally used in incense, this resin is solvent-extracted to produce a thick absolute, often stored in jars. It is particularly beneficial for conditions like arthritis and bronchitis, and is effective in treating chapped skin and coughing. Additionally, Styrax Benzoin is helpful for laryngitis and serves as a calming agent for stress relief.

Always consult your health care professional and aroma therapist on how to use these aromatherapy essential oils. Such oils are not to be consumed. 

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Roman Chamomile Essential Oil (Anthemis nobilis/ Chamaemelum nobile) is highly effective for those experiencing stress, depression, loneliness, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress disorder, offering a sense of calm. It is also recommended for times of anger or irritability. Similar to the soothing effects of chamomile tea, the oil’s aroma and sedative properties are more intense. Particularly useful for insomnia, Roman Chamomile is safe for diluted use with children, helping to soothe irritability and temper tantrums. Additionally, it’s valued for its anti-inflammatory qualities, aiding in calming inflamed skin and relieving arthritis, headaches, sprains, and muscle aches.

Always consult your health care professional and aroma therapist on how to use these aromatherapy essential oils. Such oils are not to be consumed. 

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Petitgrain Bigarade Essential Oil, (Citrus aurantium var amara)commonly known simply as Petitgrain Essential Oil or Bitter Orange Leaf Oil, is steam distilled from the leaves, twigs, and branches of the Bitter Orange tree. It has a distinctive sweet, slightly tart aroma with floral, citrus, and woody notes, different from Neroli Oil (from blossoms) and Bitter Orange Oil (from fruit rinds). Petitgrain Oil is particularly effective in aromatic blends, harmonizing well with citrus, floral, and wood scents.

Petitgrain Bigarade Essential Oil is emotionally uplifting, calming, and balancing. Often used in inhalers for anxiety and stress, it shares calming properties with Neroli and Lavender oils, thanks to its content of linalyl acetate and linalool. Known as “Poor Man’s Neroli” due to its affordability and similar benefits, Petitgrain Bigarade Oil is a remarkable yet underappreciated essential oil, offering its unique qualities and uses.

Always consult your health care professional and aroma therapist on how to use these aromatherapy essential oils. Such oils are not to be consumed.