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Using Essential Oils

Essential Oils are widely used to treat certain health conditions and problems. Some claim that these oils can help with:

  • Stress and anxiety
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Insomnia
  • Inflammation

Essential oils also have antibiotic and antimicrobial properties, can freshen up our surroundings, have a variety of cosmetic uses, and are a safe and environmentally friendly alternative to toxic mosquito repellents.

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Essential Oils are part of an unregulated industry, with the quality, composition, and effects varying greatly. A few tips to keep in mind:

  • Choosing high-quality oils without additives or any synthetic oil, by checking ingredients.
  • True oils are the ones which are...

There are more than 90 types of essential oils, claiming varying health benefits. It is important to note that many of their claims are still not accepted by the scientific authorities. The ten most popular ones are:

  • Peppermint: for increased energy and improved digestion.

  • Essential oils are compounds extracted from plants and capture their scent and flavor, or "essence", enhanced with aromatic compounds.

  • Essential oils are made via distillation and cold-pressing.

  • These are commonly utilized in aromatherapy and are only us...

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