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Essential Oils to Get You Started
Are you curious about essential oils, but don’t know where to start?
Essential oils have amazing benefits and there are endless possibilities to choose from. That’s great, but if you’re new to using them it can be very overwhelming!
Even the starter kits with smaller bottles get pricey, so I suggest picking a few basics to get going and get used to using. After all, you’re not going to be creating a bunch of intricate concoctions as a beginner!
I started with lemon, peppermint, and lavender essential oils. I like those because they are well known and have lots of uses. If you’re not sure what to do with them yet, but you know you want to change your lifestyle and improve your health then use them for aromas in the beginning.
I got an inexpensive aroma diffuser and I love it! It came with lavender oil, but it wasn’t a very good quality so the aroma was weak. All you have to do is put water in it and a few drops of essential oil!
Aroma diffusers are a great alternative to air freshners and other unnatural household products!
Lemon Essential Oil is extracted from the rinds of lemon, which lends its fresh citrus fragrance.
This cold-pressed oil has a strong bright scent that is both refreshing and uplifting.
Its astringent and purifying properties also make it a great aid to help cleanse and tone the skin, while delivering a boost of Vitamin C antioxidant benefits.
Peppermint Essential Oil is a multi-purpose oil that cools, energizes and refreshes the body and mind.
This steam-distilled oil is extracted from dried or fresh leaves from the Mentha Piperita herb, giving it a sharp, menthol fragrance.
Its pleasantly sweet and minty aroma makes it a premium choice for aromatherapy to improve the mind and lift the spirits.
Lavender Essential Oil is a steam-distilled oil that relaxes and rejuvenates the body and mind with a fresh floral aroma.
This essential oil is extracted from the oil glands of the Lavandula Officinalis plant, which gives the oil its sweet herbaceous fragrance.
Using lavender essential oil gives a clean and serene aroma in the home and makes it a perfect companion for aromatherapy to help ease the mind.
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