Essential Oils for a Healthy Lifestyle

Essential Oils for a Healthy Lifestyle

Peppermint Fragrance Oil
Peppermint fragrance oil is highly preferred for its sweet and minty aroma. It is widely used as a diffuser, used in cosmetic preparations, and as a flavoring agent for various cuisines. The peppermint fragrance oil is packed with numerous health benefits and has been considered beneficial in relieving headaches, stress, treating sore muscles, common cold, and cough.

Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil
The Copaiba Balsam is a substance which is collected from the trunk of trees belonging to the Copaifera genus, which is further processed to extract the copaiba balsam essential oil. It has a mildly sweet and woody aroma and was traditionally used for treating inflammation, common colds, and healing wounds.

Pine Needle Essential Oil
Extracted from the pine trees, this essential oil has a strong woody scent and is believed to be enriched with numerous health benefits. With a wide range of applications, the pine needle essential oil is used in air fresheners, cosmetics, soaps, and for therapeutic benefits. It is known to benefit in skin allergies, lowering stress and tension levels, enhancing the health of the skin, and boosting the metabolism rate.

Evening Primrose Oil
Evening Primrose is a plant native to North America, the oil is extracted from its yellow flowers. Organic evening primrose oil is known to reduce skin inflammation, ease eczema itches, moisturizing the skin, easing menstrual pains as well as hot flashes during menopause and reducing nerve and muscle pains.

Sesame Seed Oil
Sesame seed oil is highly valued in Ayurveda due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It is widely used in beauty treatments for its moisturizing and regeneration properties. The sesame seed essential oil is believed to be a natural SPF. With history ranging back to several centuries, the sesame seed oil is used for culinary preparations, treating wounds and burns, fighting stress and depression and promoting oral health.

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