Jasmine oil produces feelings of confidence, optimism and euphoria .
Relieving depression & anxiety and improving mood.
Increases in blood oxygen saturation, breathing rate, and blood pressure.
Jasmine oil used in aromatherapy massage was found to be particularly effective.
Oil showed antimicrobial activity against several oral microorganisms & also worked as an antimicrobial agent against all strains of candida, the bacteria that causes oral thrush .
Its stimulant effect on brain waves may make a person more alert to sexual cues, possibly increasing blood flow to the penis.
Jasmine is used as a home remedy to treat spasms in various parts of the body, from cramp-producing stomach spasms to spasmodic cough.
Jasmine oil may have a cicatrizing effect and promote wound healing through the formation of scar tissue.
It has anti-inflammatory properties and can be useful in general skin care and the treatment of psoriasis.
Decreases menopause symptoms .
Relaxation to your bath .
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•Boost mood , reduce depression , alleviate anxiety, lower blood pressure ,decrease heart rate,stimulate oil production in the skin and on the scalp
•Increases sexual desire – The essence of this oil is well-known from traditional times to augment the libido and elevate the sensuality between couples and is known as the flower of love.
•Repel flying insects and kill bug larvae
•Ylang ylang also has a history of use as a traditional, herbal treatment for conditions such as : stomach distress , rheumatism , gout , malaria , headache, pneumonia,asthma .
•Ylang ylang contains linalool, a compound which has antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. It is effective at reducing Candida albicans, a fungal infection.
• Inhalation of ylang ylang had a sedative effect, by significantly reducing systolic and diastolic blood pressure rates as well as heart rate in healthy men.
The oil promotes relaxation and believed to treat anxiety, fungal infections, allergies, depression, insomnia, eczema, nausea, and menstrual cramps.
Lavender essential oil may help promote sleep and fight insomnia.
Lavender oil works to kill bacteria, and this can prevent and heal acne breakouts.
Soothes eczema and dry skin, used to treat psoriasis.
Lavender oil can aid in skin lightening since it reduces inflammation. It can reduce discoloration, including dark spots. Lavender oil helps lessen blotchiness and redness, hyperpigmentation .
Free radicals are partly responsible for fine lines and wrinkles on the face. Lavender oil is full of antioxidants, which help protect you from the free radicals.
Helps promote hair growth, prevent or kill head lice.
May Improve Brain Function
Research indicates that inhaling rosemary oil helps prevent the breakdown of acetylcholine, a brain chemical important for thinking, concentration and memory .
Stimulates Hair Growth
Rosemary oil may combat certain types of hair loss, including male pattern baldness and patchy hair loss.
May Help Relieve Pain
Rosemary oil is known in folk medicine as a pain reliever. Preliminary studies support its pain relief benefits and suggest that it may be more effective than acetaminophen.
Repels Certain Bugs
Rosemary oil is used in natural pesticides to kill certain insects. Additionally, the oil helps repel some blood-sucking insects, such as particular mosquitoes and ticks.
May Eases Stress
Inhaling rosemary oil may help reduce test anxiety. Rosemary may reduce levels of cortisol, a hormone that can have harmful effects on your body.
May Increase Circulation
Rosemary oil may help by expanding your blood vessels, thereby warming your blood so that it reaches your fingers and toes more easily.
May Help Perk You Up
Rosemary oil is commonly used for mental strain and fatigue in folk medicine. A few small studies suggest that rosemary oil may boost attention, alertness, energy and mood.
Applying diluted rosemary oil topically may help lower inflammation in injuries and rheumatoid arthritis.
Cancer: Rosemary oil has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.
Liver and digestive health: Rosemary oil may stimulate the release of bile, which is important in fat digestion, and activate your own antioxidant defense mechanisms to protect your liver.
Directions of Uses:
• Diffused Aromatically: Drop 5-8 drops in a diffuser burner or vaporizer .
• Bath: Dropping a few drops into the bathtub/diluted in a carrier oil and added to a warm bath .
• Mixed with a carrier oil, such as almond oil, and applied topically or as a massage oil. Mix 5 drops in
10 ml of base oil for massage .
• Added to a bowl of hot water to create aromatic steam .
* Never apply essential oils directly to your skin.
* Essential oil should not be taken internally & stored out of reach of children.
* Essential oils may cause skin irritation or an allergic reaction in some individuals. If you experience nausea,
vomiting, or a headache after using lavender, discontinue use immediately .
* Essential oils should be diluted in a carrier oil before being applied to the skin and shouldn’t be applied to
the eyes or mucous membranes or used excessively (the oil is absorbed through skin and toxicity can occur if too
much is applied).
*Avoid applying rosemary and other essential oils to damaged skin or near sensitive areas, such as your eyes.
*It’s generally advised to avoid rosemary oil if you’re pregnant or have epilepsy or high blood pressure.
*Avoid placing a diffuser close to babies or young children .
*A skin patch test is recommended prior to using any new essential oil .
• Wash your forearm with mild, unscented soap, then pat the area dry
• Apply a few drops of the diluted essential oil to a small patch of skin on your forearm
• Cover the area with a bandage, then wait 24 hours
• If you notice any signs of discomfort within the 24 hours, such as redness, blistering, or irritation,
remove the bandage and wash your skin with mild soap and water. But if you don’t experience any discomfort
after 24 hours, the diluted essential oil is likely safe for use