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Here is my favorite way to use essential oils: I burn insence frequently, and I will be starting to use a diffuser with straight oil.
is my favorite way to use essential oils: It's camping and hiking season
again, and using Lavender on blisters is a charm. It's a great pain killer
for cuts and scrathes too. It also smells really good.
This weekend, six of us we took 18 children, ages 4-11, camping and hiking. I used lavender to treat beestings (+tea tree and +eucalyptus), blisters, cuts, brusies, headaches, and minor burns from touching hot sticks. It's an all around good choice for a oil to have.
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Here is my favorite way to use essential oils: Hi! I am ecstatic that I found this site.
I have been using aromatherapy for about a year and a half now and I am enjoying myself immensely.
I am an insomniac, so I put several drops of lavender on a folded tissue or paper towel and place in my pillow case (the top not bottom) so I can smell the aroma through the pillowcase and I sleep so much better and also fall asleep faster.
For indigestion, nausea, other digestion problems, I drink a cool glass of water with one drop peppermint oil. Take large sips but drink slowly. It works for me and I reccommended it to a co worker and she was happy with the results also.
Several drops of peppermint oil by itself into warm running bath water gives you the most amazing feeling of "hot and cold" like putting on icy hot or one of those other advertized muscle creams. It is the neatest feeling!
Also whenever you do a massage with any essential oil + carrier oil apply a little to the in! side or directly on the nose first. This is where the smell/brain connection will start right before you use it on the rest of your body/bath. Take care everyone!
is my favorite way to use essential oils: For relaxation and restful sleep,
my favorite oil combination is Clary Sage, Rose Geranium, Lavender and
If I seem to be having a stressful day, I'll put several drops of each oil in my simmering pot or diffuser.
For sleep, I'll put several drops of each oil on a small sachet and place it on my pillow during the day. By bedtime, my pillowcase has absorbed the scent and I sleep great.
By the way, I'm a light sleeper and often have difficulty falling back asleep. Once I started using this combination, I no longer spend hours laying awake during the night.
you for the ideas for using the oils! I already do some of those you mentionsed.
I mix up a spray with Lavender, Cedarwood, and Rosemary and distilled water. I spray it throughout my house.
Sometimes I'll mix ylang ylang and lavender and spray it in my bedroom.
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I like to drop a few drops of an essential oil into our humidifier, depending upon the season or the feelings is up to what I drop in there.
When the cold season is upon us a few drops of eucalyptus, lavender for when I am feeling a bit stressed out or lemon for when I want to get in the mood for cleaning. There are many different scents to drop in and it is fun to try anew scent as the fancy take me.
your newletter. I am new to the world of aromatherapy and you've taught
me a few things!
I enjoy using a blend of essential oils such as lavender, jasmine, sandlewood or rosemary in a carrier oil such as jojoba for my hair. It creates an incredible shine and helps keeps the frizzies at bay, too!
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