Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil, also known as melaleuca oil, is an essential oil that comes from steaming the leaves of the Australian tea tree. When used topically, tea tree oil is believed to be antibacterial. Tea tree oil is commonly used to treat acne, athlete's foot, lice, nail fungus and insect bites.
Rosemary oil has anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties you can benefit from by massaging the oil on the affected area. Mix 1 teaspoon of a carrier oil with 5 drops of rosemary oil to create an effective salve. Use it for headaches, sprains, muscle soreness or pain, rheumatism or arthritis.
Camphor oil is the oil extracted from the wood of camphor trees and processed by steam distillation. It can be used topically torelieve pain, irritation, and itching. Camphor is also used to relieve chest congestion and inflammatory conditions. It has a strong odor and taste and is easily absorbed through the skin.
Used in aromatherapy, Turmeric Essential Oil is believed to:support and strengthen immune function and encourage a positive response. soothe the mind and uplift the mood with its warm, woody, earthy, and spicy scent. promote positive emotions and increased energy.09
Basil oil possesses excellent anti-inflammatory properties that work well in warding off skin irritations, small wounds and sores. The soothing effects of basil leaves help in healing eczema. The goodness of vitamin C boosts skin cells metabolism and elasticity.
- 1For Skin - Mix 2-3 drops in 5 ml carrier oil and apply on the skin.
- 2For Hair - Mix 5-6 drops in 10-15ml carrier oil and massage the scalp gently.
- 3For Aromatherapy - Add 5-6 drops in a diffuser on simply add a few drops on cotton balls and keep it in the room.