There’s an essential oil for every occasion, and every home should have a set of healing helpers on hand. Instead of reaching for the medicine cabinet, reach for nature’s first aid assistants. Lavender oil speeds healing and eases tension to help you sleep. Tea tree oil eliminates germs and treats skin infections. Mint oil eases nausea and head pain. Ginger oil soothes the stomach and warms sore muscles. Patchouli oil balances hormones, treats skin ailments, and stimulates healing.
• Special blended set for use in natural first aid.
• Healing oils for body and soul.
• Antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic.
How To Use
Essential oils have the natural ability to heal, soothe, and stimulate. With antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties, essential oils have a wide variety of uses.
Sniff essential oils right from the bottle for an instant pick-me-up, to relive anxiety, or to induce relaxation. Add to carrier oil, such as jojoba, and use in a soothing massage. Place a few drops in diffuser to eliminate household odors. Add to cleaning products for more antibacterial and antimicrobial power. During cold and flu season, diffuse daily to stimulate immunity. Mix with carrier oil and apply to the skin to heal wounds. Add a drop or two to your face serum and apply daily to and protect skin against the signs of aging.
Before applying to skin, do a patch test.
How to patch test – Wash, clean, and dry the area on your upper arm near the crook of your elbow. Apply small amount of essential oil and cover with a bandage. Leave the bandage on for 24 hours, then remove and check for irritation. If skin looks clear and there is no reaction after the allotted test time, the oil is presumably safe to use. If you feel irritation at any time duringthe test, remove bandage and wash area with soap and water.
Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Malaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Oil, Mentha Arvensis (Mint) Oil, Zingiber Officinalis (Ginger) Oil, Pogostemon Cablin (Patchouli) Oil