Essential oils – chemically-active aromatic compounds extracted from plants — have been used for centuries to scent, disinfect, and heal.
Today, essential oils can be found in everything from aromatherapeutic bath products and massage oils to scented candles and household cleaners. But, while these products can pamper, clean, and calm, there’s a growing amount of research that suggests that these highly concentrated oils also have pharmacological properties. These can fortify immunity and help ease the symptoms of seasonal illnesses. This isn’t surprising since the powerful compounds in essential oils originally serve as protection for the plants they come from. And these compounds can have similar effects on you.
Cinnamon bark oil is derived from a tropical, evergreen tree and has been used to promote circulation both internally and when applied to the skin. Additionally, ts high aldehyde content makes it a useful antimicrobial and antiseptic.
Lime is high in vitamin C, antioxidants, and other nutrients. The lime essential oil has antiseptic properties, and it can treat infections and protect against their development. It is used to even treat viral infections of the respiratory system.
Indigenous to Indonesia and Madagascar can be found in nature on the buds of the evergreen tree. However, humans have converted cloves into essential oil for various medicinal purposes, including warding off parasites as well as killing fungi and mold.
Peppermint is one of the oldest herbs used for medicinal purposes historically. A natural antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal and analgesic (pain reliever), peppermint oil acts as an excellent anti-parasitic as well.
Lemon naturally has anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and detoxifying properties. It is common knowledge that lemon fruit has noteworthy immunity-boosting properties. Its essential oil would, of course, be no different. Like several other citrus essential oils, the lemon essential oil is high in d-limonene content, which is a crucial compound for the promotion of white blood cell production among many other immunity-related things. It blends well with other essential oils, making it popular among oil enthusiasts.
Oregano is a fragrant herb that’s best known as an ingredient in Italian food. However, it can also be concentrated into an essential oil that’s loaded with antioxidants and powerful compounds that have proven health benefits. Oregano oil appears to be useful both when consumed or applied to the skin. Interestingly, it’s an effective natural antibiotic and anti-fungal, and may also help you lose weight and lower your cholesterol levels.
Native to Australia, the Eucalyptus tree (also known as Tasmanian Blue Gum), produces an essential oil with powerful medicinal qualities. One widely celebrated property of the Eucalyptus is it’s the ability to ward off microorganisms and other toxins. Additionally, it has been proven to do wonders for odor, mold, and fungi elimination!
Also known as Rosmarinus Officinalis, Rosemary is well-known for its aromatic properties as well as it’s used in the culinary world. However, few understand the amazing medicinal properties it contains! In fact, rosemary has been used for centuries as an aid for indigestion as well as an anti-inflammatory!
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