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Tea Tree Oil Malaleuca alternifoli: Is a natural antiseptic, germicide, antibacterial, fungicide. Many people use tea tree oil for: athletes foot, cold and flu, oral thrush, cold sores & canker sores, tooth ache & gum infections, ringworm, candida, head lice or louse, cleanser additive, gum problems, mosquito bites, bug repellent, cockroaches, deter flees, mouth ulcers, herpes, cuts, abrasions, after shave, sunburn, anorectal or vaginal yeast infections, unwanted body odors, acne, toe nail infections, and many other uses
Cinnamon: Facilitates and frees the expression of deeply hidden feelings and emotions. Its main use is against exhaustion, convalescences, digestive complications, diarrheas, flu, insect bites, impotence and frigidity.

Cardamom: excellent against physical and mental exhaustion, anorexia, weakening, digestive problems (colic), nauseas and vomiting feeling.  Stimulates and strengthens the mind. Also helps to relax the mind when exhausted.

Eucalyptus: Mainly used against the airway infections, the flu, sinusitis, fever, cystitis, infected wounds, burns and rheumatism. The eucalyptus has energizing, refreshing and balancing effects on the physiologic system.

Ginger: Refreshes body and mind. Excellent to apply during massages and to relieve muscles pain. Stimulating, aphrodisiac, it also has digestive, anti-fever and anti-spasmodic properties.

Lemon Gras: Used to purify air, alleviate the flu, cool down and energize the mind. It’s also a tonic antiseptic to cure burns and relieve pain.

Mandarin: Helps to relieve abdominal problems (colic) and skin problems such as acne, to lower hypertension and stress. Calms down, fosters self-esteem, warms up and reinforces the body balance.

Lemon: Reduces resent, increase confidence and empathy. Refreshes, makes feel happy and worriless. Very useful against greasy skin because it cleans and thoroughly purifies.

Orange: Anti-spasmodic, anti-infection and effectively reducing pain, it is useful against hypertension. It enables muscles to relax; it lightens pain such as arthritis, restores a durable balance of the nervous system, and reduces stress. Triggers a smooth sleep.

Rosemary: Outstanding to improve concentration skills, it also fosters a good digestion and a healthy hair growth.

Tea Tree: It is a natural antiseptic, germicide, antibacterial, and fungicide.  Many people use it for athletes foot, cold and flu, oral thrush, cold sores & canker sores, tooth ache and gum infections, ringworm, Candida, head lice or louse, cleanser additive, mosquito bites, bug repellent, herpes, cuts, abrasions, after shave, sunburn, rectal or vaginal yeast infections, unwanted body odors, acne, toe nail infections, and many other uses.

Lavender: The oil is widely used in aromatherapy to ease tension, tiredness and feelings of depression.  Lavenders gentle yet powerful healing properties allow it to be used for burs and insect bites.

Geranium: It appears to assist in normalizing hormonal levels and, act as a mild stimulant.  Not only is it a calming and relaxing making it a wonderful addition to all manner of skin care products, baths and diffuser bends, but its astringent, anti-inflammatory and mild anti-bacterial properties make it effective and beneficial for a range of skin conditions and complexions.

Ylang Ylang: This oil used to relieve anxiety, depression, insomnia and tension.  For skin treatments it is used to balance moisture content and reduce oiliness on skinIn Aromatherapy ylang-ylang is one of the most relaxing fragrances to both mind and body.  It also slightly lowers blood pressure and serves as a natural antidepressant.

Peppermint: Pure essential oil is both warming and cooling as well as refreshing, uplifting and invigorant.  Its properties are especially soothing to the skin and are balancing to oily skin and hair.  Not for use during pregnancy or on children under two.

Jasmine: This oil is good for cold and congestion constitutions. It is also used for hard, contracted limbs and problems with the nervous and reproductive system.


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