Wiregrass Essential Oils
  • Grapefruit Essential Oil
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    Grapefruit Essential Oil
    Grapefruit essential oil is quickly becoming one of the more popular essential oils on the aromatherapy landscape. Grapefruits have long been ingested for their various health benefits so it is no surprise that an extracted seed form of grapefruit essential oil would make its way to the marketplace. And it is no surprise consumers are responding so positively to the product. Grapefruit essential oil is a pleasing and refreshing fragrance. It must be cold-pressed–it cannot be distilled–but when it’s been properly prepared, grapefruit essential oil has the same bright, clean scent as the peels of a fresh grapefruit. Grapefruit oil is most valuable for its invigorating tonic purposes. Like most citrus, the scent creates a feeling of euphoria, which can be used to treat depression. It can also be used to treat acne and cellulite, and other skin conditions. However, we wish to focus on its value as a “pick-me-up.” Grapefruit essential oil is phototoxic, so it’s not a good idea to apply it directly to your skin, even diluted…
  • Lavender Essential Oil
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    Lavender Essential Oil
    Lavender essential oil has gained the reputation as an all purpose essential oil in the aromatherapy world. That is to say, lavender essential oil is used as a remedy to numerous internal an external maladies that people are bothered with. These maladies can be anything from warts to joint pain. That is quite a range, indeed. In that regard, lavender essential oil is almost a poster child for aromatherapy, the use of different natural oils (defined by their smell) to alleviate pains and conditions. Of course, there are those who may be skeptical about the merits of lavender essential oil and aromatherapy in general. Many will suggest that lavender essential oil does not have a legitimate, provable therapeutic value. This type of attitude is the type that will face natural health remedies like aromatherapy. Actually, it is the same type of attitude many proven, traditional forms of medicine faced when they first appeared. For now, aromatherapy must derive its credibility from a fountain of personal accounts and individual’s experience. Personal…
  • Chamomile Essential Oil
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    Chamomile Essential Oil
    Chamomile oil is one of the commonly used essential oils. It has relaxing and sedative benefits and smells of fruity apple and straw. It is prepared through steam distillation of the flower. Benefits of using chamomile oil Mental - Calms the mind and eases fear, anxiety, anger, worries and tension during times of physical and emotional stress. Brings peace and patience and enhances overall feelings of calmness and relaxation. Chamomile herb, taken in the form of tea, helps in treating insomnia. Physical - Provides a nervine action, relieving pain associated with the nerves such as neuralgia, headaches, toothache, and earache. A gentle relaxant for menopause and menstrual cramps and pains. Chamomile is a good remedy for gastrointestinal problems. Provides relief to those suffering from gastritis, diarrhea, colitis, peptic ulcers, flatulence, and inflammation of the bowels. Also useful for genito-urinary tract problems. Possibly useful for liver problems such as jaundice. Has mild effect on children facing teething problems and earache. Skin - Chamomile is also used in treating skin problems, providing…
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