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» Blends of Essential Oils

Blends of Essential Oils

In this era of natural essential oils and aromatherapy there are several special blends and aromatherapy blends are available to treat the various ailments in most effective way. In western world, these aromatherapy blends can be found easily and one can also make their own blends with having little deep information about the therapeutic effects of essential oils. There are so many areas, where one can use these blends; some of described below in very precise manner.

Essential oil bath
The essential oils can be used during bathing to get most healing properties throughout the body. Some essential oils are highly suggested for use during bath such as lavender. If one have some good quality
lavender essential oil such as Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender Oil Kashmir). Put 1 drop along with any good carrier oil such as Almond Sweet and stir properly with the bathing water before taking bath, Left your body for at least 15 minutes to get the whole healing properties of Lavender Essential Oil.
The bath gels and after bath showers are also made commercially using Lavender, Jasmine and other skin sensitive essential oils but one must take care of their skin sensitivity and make the ration of almond and essential oil accordingly.

Natural Insect Repellent
Insects are one of the important issues at home and essential oils are highly useful to repel the mosquitoes or bees without being harmful to the human body. Citronella oil, Lemongrass oil etc is one of the most popular Insect repellent used at home,
You can make the repellent spray by adding these essential oils including Lavender or
Eucalyptus Oil in distilled water or alcohol before spraying at home. It will also work as the room freshener.

Essential Oil Cream or Lotion
If you want to get a glorious and healthier skin naturally, essential oils are only option. You can use the essential oil as a cream and lotion. For making these creams at home, use
natural Jojoba Oil which is known for natural moisturizing wax available in this world with rose oil, jasmine oil or lavender oil to treat the skin naturally.
You can make the blend and in store it in amber glass bottle to store it for long time. The Jojoba oil and rose oil have very powerful skin treatment features and ingredients.
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» Benefits of Tea Tree Oil

The Tea Tree is basically originated in Australia. Earlier its leaves were used for treating skin allergies and infections. Captain Cook’s sailors came into the shore of New South Wales in 1770 and make tea using tea tree leaves and then the name of the plant appeared as Tea Tree. Further some researchers found the medicinal properties in the leaved of this tree and the idea of extracting essential oil take place.

Benefits: The tea tree oil have 40 % of Terpine - 4 – ol which is required for fending off, treating bacterial as well as fungus infections.

Uses for Tea Tree Oil:

Minor Cuts-

The oil can be used for minor cuts, scrapes, insect bites/stings, etc. The oil helps create a barricade on your skin that helps deter the growth of fungi. It will decrease the chance of infection, lessen scarring, and speed up the healing process.

Fungal Infections-

Tea tree oil can help with fungal infections, such as jock itch, athletes’ foot, etc. It has been revealed to help fight off the fungus that causes many topical infections such as those mentioned above.


You can also find tea tree oil helpful with warts. Warts are caused by viruses, and sometimes the oil can be effective in healing.


When used in hair products, tea tree oil may help with dandruff and head lice. Studies have shown that the oil helps diminish dandruff, and even kill head lice.


Tea tree oil contains anti-bacterial and therapeutic skin elements that have proven to be helpful for healing acne. When locating acne medication, the ones containing 15% or more of tea tree oil are the most effective.

Other Treatments-

Tea tree oil can also be used to treat vaginal yeast infection. The oil when used as a vapor in a bath can also be beneficial with lung problems.

You can find tea tree oil in a variety of beauty products, including soaps toothpaste, shampoos, skin creams and lotions, lip balms, and essential oils.


The oil may irritate sensitive skin, and may even cause an allergic reaction in some people. The best way to avoid this is to test the product on a small area of your skin before use. If your skin becomes red and/or swollen, you may be allergic and should stop use of the product.

Remember that the oil from the tea tree leaves is for external use only. Do not ever consume the oil, and always avoid eye contact. If you do consume the oil, you need to contact your local poison control center immediately.

If you are considering substituting a prescription medication with tea tree oil, you must discuss this first with your health care professional.

Other Notes:

The scientific name for the tea tree is Melaleuca alternifolia.

The oil with the best quality originates only from the Melaleuca alternifolia tree. Oil from other species of trees (which some products do use) will be far less effective and may exasperate your skin.

26 Oct, 2008
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