Formula blends and uses: Aromatherapy and Essential Oils eBook
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These blends and uses mentioned below are from our Aromatherapy and Essential Oils eBook. There are so many to choose from, but I picked a few to give you an idea of the beauty and power of essential oils in aromatherapy to heal mind and body.
Cyproil is one of the essential oils that works as an aromatherapy solution. The botanic oils known as Cyperus Scarious were extracted through a steam process from flowers. The Brazilian oil is a grassy plant, which has floral scented and delicate flowers. The oils are dark amber and sometimes light brown. Cyproil is commonly used in compounds perfumes, soaps, incense, and medicine.
You can also use the oil as an insect repellent. The natural smelling oils blend with patchouli, bergamot, labdanum, and clary sage. Cypress French oils, sometimes called Cupressus Semperiviren. The oils come from needles and twig from plants, and are extracted through a steam process. The Australian oils are pale yellowish, and are commonly used to fight foot perspiration, menorrhagia, hemorrhoids, rheumatism, varicose veins, oily skin, and has worked to relax the mind and body.
The oil is also used to relax the nerves and treat the skin with its astringent property. The medium scent oils work with Fennel oils, bergamot, grapefruit oils, lime, lemon, Rosemary, orange, Juniper, clary sage, lavender, pine, and so on. Tangerine oils work blend well with cypress French oils.
Cypress Australian Blue is an essential oil, named Callitris Intratropica also. The oil comes from needles and twigs, and is extracted via a steam process. The oil originated from Australia, which the trees are family to the Southern Conifer. The beautiful blue oils are commonly used to treat skin by soothing and moisturizing the flesh. Aroma therapists use this oil as an agent to sooth and relax the nerves without sedating the patient. The medium strength oils blend with lavender oils, Cedarwood oils, Lemon Tea Tree, Pine oils, Lemon Myrtle, orange, geranium oils, clary sage, rose oils, mandarin, cardamom, jasmine oils, sandalwood oils, juniper, marjoram oils, and so on.
Curry Leaf oils are along the essential oil line. The botanic oils named Murraya Koenigi are extracted via steam and come from plant leaves. The India based oil comes from diminutive bushes from India, which the bushes grow in the Himalayas, Burma, and throughout the eastern areas. The oils are pale yellow, and are used by the India natives as a culinary remedy. However, there is no available information to claim what curry leaf oil does to heal the body and mind.
Curcuma essential oils come from the Latin name Curcuma Aromaticum. The plant seeds were steam extracted, and the origin of the plants is India. Curcuma is a tropical plant, which comes from turmeric, zeodoary, and is extracted as aromatherapy oils. The oils are yellow or yellowish green. Curcuma is commonly used to relax and balance the nerves. The oil has an antiseptic application, as well as agents to heal the skin, including acne. It is claimed that this oil will reduce growth of female facial hair. The medium aroma blends with spicy blends, ginger, Ylang oils, Clary Sage, etc.
Cumin essential oils derive from the Latin name Cuminum Cyminum. The oils are extracted via steam and come from plant seeds. Egypt is the origin of this oil. The oils are found in various parts of the Mediterranean areas. The cumin plants grow aromatic seeds.
The Mediterranean plants are a member of the carrot family and it grows small pink and white flowers. The flowers are grown for the specific purpose of extracting its aromatic seeds. However, the seeds are sometimes used as spice in cooking. The common use of the oils treat a variety of symptoms, including muscle pain, osteoarthritis, bloating, nervous tension, headaches, digestive problems, dyspepsia, colic, and so on. The oils have antiseptics, aphrodisiacs, anti-toxics, antispasmodic, bactericidal, and so on.
The oil will also treat migraines. The medium strength aroma blends with Oriental flavors, essential oils, lavender, chamomile, caraway, Rosemary, Angelica Root, and so on.
I hope you've enjoyed a small look inside this fabulous eBook and enjoy the benefits of aromatherapy and essential oils in your life.
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