Essential oils (continued)

We continue to talk about the beneficial properties of natural oils and how to use them to promote health.

Melissa oil: has a soothing effect, relaxes and relieves insomnia. Inhalation of mint vapors can relieve cramps, is used for hypertension and migraine. Also used as an anti-inflammatory agent.

Myrrh oil: has the ability to remove sputum from the bronchi, so it is often used in the treatment of colds, rhinitis and pharyngitis. It can be used to reduce body temperature, as well as in inflammatory processes of the skin.

Juniper oil: it will perfectly help excrete toxins and toxins from the body, it is used in case of hangover and food poisoning. Juniper oil also has a diuretic effect, therefore it is used in the treatment of edema and cystitis.

Peppermint oil: this plant has long been helping to eliminate toothache. Peppermint oil stimulates appetite, relieves from increased gas formation in the stomach. Apply oil and externally for skin lesions, microtraumas in the oral mucosa.

Comfrey oil: Massage therapists are often used, as this oil accelerates skin regeneration processes, it is used for muscle strains, bruises and bruises.

Parsley oil: Parsley is famous for its diuretic, so it is prescribed for kidney and urinary system diseases. Parsley oil contains a high concentration of vitamin A, which has a positive effect on the skin and eyesight. Also activates the activity of the circulatory system.

Fir oil: Fir is related to conifers, and like all conifers in fir, there is a lot of phytoncides that increase the body's defenses and help cope with colds, pneumonia, and flu. In addition, it has anti-inflammatory properties and can relieve swelling. Fir oil is also used in the treatment of dental diseases, radiculitis and neuralgia.

Rose oil: Rose oil is actively used in cosmetology because of its beautiful aroma, but besides the wonderful smell, the rose helps to cope with depression. Rose oil cleans the circulatory system, has a mild laxative effect. Also used for infectious diseases of the respiratory tract, eyes, skin problems and thrush.

Rosemary oil: it helps if you need to focus on mental work or remember large amounts of information, since rosemary has a pronounced stimulant. Inhalation of rosemary vapors will relieve headaches and help with bronchitis. Rosemary oil has a beneficial effect on the digestive system, and also relieves the body of harmful decay products.

Chamomile oil: chamomile has bactericidal, soothing and anti-inflammatory properties, enhances appetite and normalizes digestion. Chamomile also deals with heartburn and flatulence, nausea and stomach pain. Applied with many skin problems, such as bruises, boils, dermatitis, gingivitis and many female gynecological diseases. Chamomile is suitable as a remedy for insomnia and as a restoration of the body's defenses.

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Sandalwood oil: This oil is used for fears and various fears. Sandalwood oil has anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, diuretic and astringent effects. In medicine, used in diseases of the kidneys, urogenital system, colds, various skin diseases and ulcers.

Pine oil: It is very useful to breathe pine oil, as there are substances in the pine that increase immunity and purify the body. Also, the essential oil of pine has pronounced diaphoretic, invigorating and antispasmodic properties. Used to treat respiratory tract infections, pneumonia, and cystitis. It is used for external rubbing in frostbite, arthritis, joint diseases and muscle pain.

Cumin oil: it is often prescribed to lactating mothers, as the cumin plant enhances milk production in the body. Cumin enhances blood circulation and improves the digestive system, helps to cope with flatulence, belching, nausea, menstrual pain.

Fennel oil: Since fennel has cleansing properties, it is often used to get out of a hangover. Like cumin, fennel increases the production of milk in the body of a nursing mother. Fennel essential oil has long been known as an excellent remedy for gastric diseases and poisonings. In addition, it is used externally and with insect bites and as a means of combating conjunctivitis.

Thyme oil: the essential oil of this plant perfectly relieves fatigue, with it you can make a bath, which will give strength and invigorate. Inhalation of thyme oil helps to cope with a cold, flu and cough, even the most severe. As compresses used for rheumatic diseases and skin rashes.

Sage oil: sage is good for its diuretic and antispasmodic properties. Sage essential oil will reduce headaches and is also a good antiseptic and therefore is used for sore throats, skin lesions, tonsillitis, burns and cuts.

Eucalyptus oil: this tree has many medicinal properties, but the most invigorating, stimulating and antiseptic effect, therefore, is used for colds, arthritis and for more rapid tightening of wounds.

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Understand the therapeutic and cosmetic properties of essential oils - this is a whole science, but what a fascinating and useful! I think that essential oils will occupy a worthy place in the arsenal of personal care products!

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