An Epic Guide to Organic Essential Oils Benefits (Part 1)

Posted by Jonathan 05/30/2018 0 Comment(s) Essential Oils,


With all the hype about how amazing diffusers for essential oils are and how using organic essential oils can help you feel relaxed and at peace with yourself, you can hardly find information that accurately portrays which essential oils you should be using to help soothe your problem.


That said, we’re thrilled to introduce to you this epic guide to organic essential oils benefits. We’ll be explaining


A quick overview of Organic Essential Oils


Before jumping into the benefits of essential oils, it’s important to understand how you can maximize the benefits of your organic essential oils.


We highly recommend using an essential oil diffuser that may also be referred to as nebulizing diffusers for essential oils. Not only does using an oil aromatherapy diffuser make it easy to disperse the organic essential oils particles across the room, it also increases the lasting effect of the essential oil’s vapor in the air thus creating a long-lasting scent.



Put simply, just by using the best aromatherapy diffuser available to you, you’re making the most out of your precious organic essential oils!


The 5 Most Popular Organic Essential Oils & Their Benefits


1. Bergamot


If you know a thing or two about essential oils, chances are, you’ve probably heard of bergamot either as an essential oil on its own or in an essential oils blend.


So what’s it used for?


Bergamot essential oils are known to:


  • Help reduce stress

  • Clear up your skin

  • Deodorize any unpleasant smells

  • Act as a disinfectant

  • Helps in supporting your digestion through massaging the oils on your abdominal area.


It is, however, not recommended to use bergamot essential oils on your body right before you expose yourself to sunlight due to the photosensitivity of the oil. For those using an essential oil diffuser to diffuse Bergamot essential oils, you’re all good to go!


2. Cedarwood


Essential oils containing cedarwood are known to:


  • Improve hair and scalp health

  • Relieves Eczema

  • Tighten muscle tone

  • Overwhelm the room with an amazingly pleasurable scent

  • Balances out hormones including those during the menstrual cycle


It is advised that cedarwood essential oils should not be used by pregnant women during their pregnancy.


3. Chamomile


Chamomile essential oils are known for a wide array of things such as:


  • Calming and soothing effect that helps relieve anxiety

  • Acts as a great sleeping aid

  • Reduces nausea and motion sickness

  • Improves digestion and reduces bowel problems and acid reflux

  • Has antioxidants that help in your overall health and wellbeing

  • Known for acting as a relief for pink eye by applying a diluted chamomile solution below your eyes


4. Eucalyptus


Essential oils containing eucalyptus are great for:


  • Calms coughs and colds

  • Natural insect repellent

  • Anti-Inflammatory properties

  • Antiseptic properties

  • Ease congestions

  • Improves mood and energy levels


5. Ginger


Where an essential oil contains ginger, you know you’re in for a kick! These organic essential oils are great for:


  • Alleviating nausea and stomach discomfort

  • Relieving headaches

  • Boosting your immune system

  • Helping ease respiratory issues

  • Getting you worked up as a natural aphrodisiac


Depending on how you feel, what you need, and what you’re in the mood for, the choice of essential oils is crucial in helping you achieve what you want at the end of the day.


Understanding the benefits of essential oils is the first step to learning about how to explore with making new blends that will exhilarate your senses. It’s also important to know that not all organic essential oils can be mixed together as some properties react negatively with others.


As this is only Part 1 of our 2 Part journey on covering the benefits of essential oils, we can’t wait for you to join us soon as we explore further into the magical world of organic essential oils!

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