Aromatherapy

My love for Aromatherapy oils has inspired me for many years.

I was introduced to these aromatic healing oils through choosing natural skin care over chemically produced product, and over time I have learnt more and more about their healing properties and their ability to improve general health and enhance the beauty within.

I have been mixing Aromatherapy oils for years and have used them from stress, aches and pains, period pain, through my pregnancies and with my children.

Over the years I have written down many remedies and recipes and I would like to share them with you weekly, it is difficult to know where to start, so I think I will begin with the basic Aromatherapy oils that you should always have in your home, and how you can use them.

Disclaimer the information provided is for educational purposes only. Individuals receiving this information must exercise their independent judgment in determining its appropriateness for a particular purpose or use. Neidra skin care shall not be responsible for any damages resulting from use of or reliance upon this information. The user of the product is solely responsible for compliance with all laws and regulations applying to the use of the products.

Rosemary

The Rosemary plant has many therapeutic uses;

The leaves and flowers have important healing properties, the dried leaves and flowers are used in cooking and often can be used for herbal pouches and pillows.

This herb can be used for digestive problems and to stimulate the gallbladder.

A few drops of the essential oil mixed with a carrier oil is useful for dry and flaky scalps.

2 drops into a warm foot bath can do wonders for tired ,aching feet, it helps to soothe the nervous system and relax the muscles.

It is recommended for Arthritis and joint pain, add a few drops to a carrier oil such as almond oil and massage into the sore muscles and joints.

Lavender

Lavender is Antiseptic, Anti-viral and Anti- fungal, one of the first things I learnt about Lavender is that it was used in hospitals during World War 1. It has also been known to have sedative properties; it’s very calming and nurturing if you’re feeling a bit down.

Lavender can be used for Travel Sickness and suitable for children. Applying a few drops on a handkerchief and allowing them to smell the oil will be helpful. For adult use, keep a small bottle in your travel kit and you can smell the essence from the bottle.

A few drops in a warm bath will help you to unwind and get a peaceful night sleep.

Adding a few drops to your favourite carrier oil (almond, grape seed, jojoba oil) and massaging into temples for a headache, works wonders.

Lavender Oil

 

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