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The ancient Ayurveda, Medicine used essential oils as the secret ingredient in its herbal medicine with a claim that they helped people heal from the inside. It is now a confirmed scientific fact that natural essential oils contain very potent healing capabilities. The essential oils first capture your emotions and feeling with the enticing fragrance and then works on various areas of the body especially when worn with a diffuser necklace.

 Classification of Essential Oils

Essential oils are categorized regarding top, mild, and base tones depending on their aroma and parts of the body in which they are extracted. Essential oils experts’ advice that you blend the three notes whenever preparing any concoction for a stronger impact on your body.  This list shows you where to buy essential oils.

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These oils are extracted from delicate and volatile parts of the plants such as the flowers and leaves. If these oils are exposed to the sun for long periods, the aroma escapes quickly.

The most common top note essential oils include:

  • Sweet Orange oil

This is a common oil used in aromatherapy. This is because it helps soothe the muscles. It is also known to reduce gastric issues and relax anal and stomach.

  • Peppermint oil

The oil is used to treat headaches. It is also used in muscle aches.

  • Clary sage oil

The oil has always been used in clearing the eyes since the middle ages. It is mostly used in treating tired eyes. It is also used in body creams and lotions. It is also proven to proven a number of heart problems.

  • Basil oil

This oil is extracted from the Indian Basil tree. It is used for respiratory problems, nausea, and calm acidity in the stomach. It also assists the people with diabetes to control their blood sugar.

  • Cinnamon oil

The top note cinnamon oil is derived from the cinnamon leaves. There is a base tone extracted from the trunk of the same plant. It fights depression, stimulates your immune system, and fights many pathogens in the body.

  • Eucalyptus

This oil is inhaled, ingested, or applied topically for respiratory, stomach and treating muscle aches respectively. It also stimulates mental activity by stimulating the brain.

  • Thyme oil

Thyme oil is used to treat ailments such as cold, arthritis, wounds, bites, and menopausal problems.

  • Spearmint oil

It can be used just like peppermint oil for treating headaches, nausea, and menstrual problems.

Middle tone oils

These are extracted from the leaves, roots, or young branches. They do not have an aroma as strong as that of to note oils

  • Chamomile oil

The oil is used as a mood booster. It is usually inhaled as a vapor or ingested in the form of chamomile tea.

  • Rosemary oil

This oil is most common in stimulating blood circulation. It is also used in hair treatment, relieving stress and headaches.

  • Lavender oil

This is one of the most versatile oils that is mostly used for soothing the mind, soul, and body. It is also used in cleaning detergents to give the home a sweet aroma

  • Geranium oil

The oil was used in middle ages and is still used to promote healthy, beautiful, and glowing skin as well as deal with blemishes. It also reduces stress and uplifts your moods.

  • Pine oil

The oil is extracted from pine needles. It helps clear nasal congestion, relieves cold and cough. It is also a strong insect repellent and air freshener.

  • Black pepper oil

The oil is extracted from black pepper seeds. It has both anti-arthritic and anti-rheumatic properties. It also contains a spicy appetizing fragrance.

  • Cardamom oil

The oil is prepared from cardamom spice. It neutralizes adverse effects of chemotherapy; it is also an antiseptic, anti-diuretic and reduces nausea.

  • Nutmeg oil

The oil is used as a massage oil to alleviate inflammation, deal with menstrual cramps and as a flavoring agent in foods.

Base note oils

This category of essential oils contains earthly and strong aroma that lingers for long. They are extracted from resins and gums of trees.

  • Vanilla oil

The oil is known for its tranquilizing and calming properties. It is also a good antidepressant.

  • Sandalwood oil

Sandalwood oil is a strong natural aphrodisiac, calms anxiety, it is anti-viral, antiseptic, and antiviral. It is also used in anti-aging treatments

  • Frankincense oil

This is normally known as the hygiene oil. It is used for oral hygiene, treating tooth decay, cavities, and related problems. It also helps fight wrinkles and aging.

  • Ginger oil

The oil is used for treating sore throat, sinusitis, cold, and cough. It also relieves gastric problems and diarrhea. The oil also revitalizes and re-energizes the body.

  • Clove oil

The oil is known for its antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties. It is also rich in antioxidants and very effective in treating oral infections such as toothaches and gum diseases. It also helps in the reduction of blemishes and acne.

  • Ylang Ylang oil

The oil is a strong stress reliever that also helps in relaxing muscles and alleviating headaches. It also nourishes any type of skin and strengthens the hair strands. It has a very strong fragrance and only used in tiny quantities.

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