oils have been around for centuries, dating as far back as Jesus’ birth when he
was anointed with frankincense and myrrh. The beauty of essential oils is that
they are natural, extracted from flowers, leaves, bark or roots of plants.
It has become
quite commonplace for us to turn to over-the-counter and prescription medicines
to treat various ailments, however, next time you feel the need to reach for an
Advil or Tylenol for that nasty headache, try one of our natural essential oil
blends, without added chemical content.
Each of our
aromatherapy blend contains pure, therapeutic grade essential oils blended with
grapeseed oil which is one of the less viscous carrier oils (which means this
oil will penetrate the skin more
easily than let’s say the thicker olive or avocado oils).
& Eucalyptus Wellness Oil – Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Fatigue & Anti-Acne
Agent, Bacteria Buster, Pain Fighter, Restores Skin Complexion, Improves Eczema,
Sinus Decongestant & More.
below are a few of this Peppermint’s many uses:
Improves alertness while enhancing memory.
Due to its energizing effects, peppermint oil
is used to help manage stress and treat nervous disorders and mental fatigue.
Has excellent anti-inflammatory properties
along with an anaesthetic effect that helps in relieving pain and swelling (Useful
for coping with Arthritic Conditions).
Used to help fight pain and relax spastic
muscles as it is an excellent natural painkiller and muscle relaxant. It’s especially helpful in soothing sore
muscles, an aching back and melting away a tension headache.
Peppermint essential oil may be useful as it
is an antispasmodic, analgesic and anti-inflammatory
Both Peppermint & Eucalyptus Essential
Oil - good for getting rid of acne, restoring skin complexion, improving
eczema, using as a sinus decongestant and many more.
Essential Oil Uses:
· Has powerful anti-inflammatory and analgesic
properties. When rubbed in a diluted form over swollen and aching joints, it
often brings quick relief, for muscle pain and nerve pain (Useful for Arthritic
Conditions and Chronic Pain).Diabetic patients commonly suffer from lack
of good circulation, and it can be very dangerous, even resulting in amputation
or death. Therefore, it is a good idea to frequently massage eucalyptus oil
onto the skin topically, and also inhale it as a vapor to ease the constriction
of the blood vessels. For best results, massage it onto the skin after a shower,
which also has vasodilating and relaxing qualities that will benefit diabetics
(Useful for those coping with Diabetes).
Has anti-inflammatory properties soothing properties
to help you breathe.
Reduces chest congestion. Massage chest area
on a regular basis to help ease symptoms.
Eucalyptus essential oil is also great at
helping to treat Psoriasis - raised patches of pink, painful skin. The
combination of peppermint essential oil is also useful due to its healing
Bacteria Buster - although most essential
oils have a therapeutic life of about two years, the disinfectant qualities of
eucalyptus oil improves with its age. Spray and rub between your hands and use
as an all natural hand sanitizer.
If you are experiencing joint and muscle
pain, massaging eucalyptus oil onto your skin helps to relieve stress and pain
as it is analgesic and anti-inflammatory in nature.
Ingredients List: grapeseed oil, peppermint essential
oil, eucalyptus essential oil.
out of reach of children. Possible skin
sensitivity, therefore, please perform a small patch test on your skin as some
individuals may be sensitive or allergic to certain essential oils. Avoid
contact with eyes. If you are pregnant,
nursing, or have a medical condition, please consult with your doctor prior to
using. Some essential oils can
interact with certain drugs and not all essential oils are safe to use by all. Product is best stored in a cool, dark place.
Directions: Apply generously on temples, back of
neck, shoulders and forehead (or affected area) for relief. The oil should be
massaged in a circular motion on the affected areas of the body.