What is the most used essential oil and why?
What is the most used essential oil and why?
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What is the most used essential oil and why?


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Lavender Essential Oil

The evergreen shrub, up to five feet [1.5 m] tall, has a green tinge, small consecutive leaves, and blue flowers. This oil is good for relaxing and softens your skin.


·        Calming

·        reduces Anxiety

·        Wound Healing

·        Burns

·        Cell Regenerative

·        Insect Bites

·        Antispasmodic

·        Reduces Itchiness

·        General Skin Cares

·        Great For Children

Clary Sage Essential Oil

Clary sage is a plant native to the northern Mediterranean Basin. Essential oils are extracted by steam distillation of the leaves and petals of the plant and have a refreshing and refreshing aroma. This oil has earned the nickname "Women's Oil" because of its benefits to women's health, especially in terms of menstruation and menopause.


·        Antispasmodic

·        Relieves Menstrual Cramps

·        Aphrodisiac

·        Relaxing

·        Relieves anxiety/stress

·        Labor pain management

Cypress Essential Oil

Essential oils of cypress are found in a needle-bearing tree with small, round, and large lumps. Oil is extracted from the leaves, stems, and needles of Cypress oil using a steam distillation method. Essential oils contain a refreshing and invigorating aroma. The oil is known for its antiseptic, antispasmodic, antibacterial, stimulating, and antirheumatic properties.


·        Astringent

·        Antispasmodic

·        Treats Respiratory Complaints

·        Edema

·        Cellulitis

·        Menstrual Pain

·        Muscle Pain

Peppermint Essential Oil

This peppermint plant grows every summer with straight square stems up to a meter high in maturity. Peppermint essential oil is extracted from the fragrant leaves of this plant and has been known for many years to be an excellent digestive aid with many other health benefits.


·        Relieves Nausea

·        Analgesic for Muscular Aches and Pains

·        Relieves and Reduces Migraines

·        Energizing

·        Antispasmodic

Lemongrass Essential Oil

Lemongrass is a fast-growing, tall, fragrant grass that grows up to five feet [1.5 m] high. It originated in Asia but is now widely cultivated in the West Indies, Africa, and Tropical Asia.

The essential oils of lemongrass are extracted from the leaves of this grass through the process of steam distillation.


·        Cleansing

·        Antiviral

·        Insect Repellant

·        Use for Cleaning

·        Antimicrobial

Ginger Essential Oil

It hangs a perennial tree and grows to a height of three to four feet (about 1 m). It has a terrifying scattering feature of the tuberous rhizome.


·        Digestive

·        Useful to Eliminate Gas

·        Constipation

·        Relieves Nausea

·        Warming Emotionally and Physically

·        Anti-Inflammatory

·        Relieves Pain

·        Immune Modulator

Eucalyptus Essential Oil

The eucalyptus tree is beautiful; evergreen green that can grow up to 90 meters high (270 meters). The small trees have oval bluish-green leaves while the mature trees have long, small, yellow leaves, white flowers, and smooth, pale concrete.


·        Expectorant

·        Decongestant

·        Beneficial for cold/flu season

·        Clearing to the mind

·        Energizing

·        Bronchitis

Lemon Essential Oil

Lemon was originally a small green thorn tree native to India. It is now common in Southern Europe, Florida, and California. Lemon essential oil is pressed cold from the outer rind or peel of Lemon fruit.


·        Antimicrobial

·        Antioxidant

·        Uplifting

·        Anti-stress

·        Immune Enhancing

·        Great for Cleaning or Cleansing Home and Environment