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Top Ten Essential Oils and Their Health Benefits

Instead of spraying the air with pollutants found in air-fresheners, try burning some essential oils instead.

Not only do they smell beautiful, they can have physical and emotional health benefits.

Relaxing, and also useful in treating wounds, burns, and skin care. Helps to balance hormones. Can be an antidepressant.

Useful in treating headaches and muscle aches. Great for indigestion and flatulence.This is antispasmodic. This also aids in dissolving kidney and gallbladder stones. Can be used as inhalation for people with colds.

This is also helpful in nervous system functions and respiratory problems, such as coughs, colds, and asthma. Boosts the immune system, and relieve muscle tension. This has an active antiseptic property that can work as a natural antibiotic.

Wonderful for people with eczema, and psoriasis. Helps to balance hormones in women. Can be both relaxing and uplifting, as well as antidepressant. Helpful for people with a varicose veins problem. Has an antiseptic property.

Ylang Ylang
Good for helping people with asthma. Is calming and reduces muscle tension. An aphrodisiac and can help frigidity and impotence. Good antidepressant.

Great for circulation. Very uplifting, yet relaxing. Help stimulates the nervous system. Aids in ulcers and varicose veins problems. A great deodoriser.

Clary Sage
A natural painkiller. Soothes digestive system disorders. Can calm tension and help insomnia. Said to help kidney troubles.

Tea Tree
Excellent anti-fungal properties. Best to use as an antiseptic and sunburn. Used in all sorts of infections such as vaginal yeast infections, jock itch, athletes foot, and ringworm. Also helps to boost the immune system.

Very relaxing, most effective for helping the nervous system. An anti-inflammatory for the skin. A great benefit in regulating the menstrual cycle. Helps with migraines, insomnia and allergies. Can be helpful in treating nervous depressions, calm irritability, nerves and sleeplessness. Also good for muscle aches and tension.
*Should not be used during early pregnancy

Very stimulating and uplifting. Helps people with goat, arthritis, and rheumatism. Stimulates the immune system. Great for muscle aches and tension and regenerating muscle tissues. Rosemary eliminates toxins from the liver.
*Should be avoided during pregnancy

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