A-List of Essential Oils and Their Benefits

DISCLAIMER: The information provided in this post is for information purposes only. And should not be interpreted as medical advice. It is not a substitute for your doctor’s care plan or advice.

The health benefits of essential oils are endless. But in this article, I am going to give a list of essential oils and their benefits.

Have you decided to take a more natural approach to your health and to your family’s health?

My family and I were introduced to essential oils by my good friend Audree Lee. Certified holistic health counselor, educator, nutritionist, public speaker, and essential oil advocate.

As a mom and wife at the time. I wanted to do all I could to protect them, heal them.

And make sure that dangerous chemicals from pharmaceutical companies’ medicines. Was not going to take over their bodies.

I considered the simple health benefits of essential oils. I wanted to do all that I could to improve the quality of our lives together.

While my husband battled cancer. We used essential oils to aid him during times of recovery and healing. Even as he transitioned from here to eternity.

Essential oils, aromatherapy, and herbal remedies have been in use for ages.

The talk in medical science is always about studying the effects of medications. With many ongoing long-term blind studies to prove usefulness.

What better study is there than the evidence of thousands of years of use with essential oils?

Essential oils can be used for a wide range of emotions. And physical wellness applications.

They can be used as single essential oils or in complex essential oil blends. Depending on the user experience and desired benefit.

What Are Essential Oils?

Essential oils are evaporative liquids that are distilled from plants. Including their respective parts such as seeds, bark, leaves. Stems, roots, flowers, fruit, etc.

One of the factors that determine the purity and therapeutic value of essential oil. Are its chemical ingredients.

The constituents can be affected by an enormous number of variables. The parts of the plant from which the oil was produced.

Soil condition, fertilizer (organic or chemical), Geo-graphic region, climate. Altitude, harvest season and method, and distillation process.

As you begin to understand the power of essential oils in the realm of personal holistic health care.

You will comprehend the absolute necessity of obtaining certified pure therapeutic-grade essential oils.

A list of essential oils and their benefitsNo matter how costly certified pure therapeutic-grade essential oils may be.

There can be no substitute.

Chemists can replicate some of the known individual ingredients.

But they have yet to successfully recreate complete essential oils in the laboratory.

The information in this post. It is based on the use of certified pure therapeutic-grade essential oils.

Those who are beginning their journey. Into the realm of aromatherapy and essential oils.

Must actively seek the purest quality and highest therapeutic-grade oils available.

Anything less than certified pure therapeutic-grade essential oil. May not produce the desired results and can in some cases, be extremely toxic.

I personally recommend doTerra Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils!

However, to know the difference between the top brands on the market. Check out this article Young Living Essential Oils Vs doTerra Oils: Which One Is Right for You?

What Benefits Do Certified Pure, Therapeutic-Grade Essential Oils Provide?

  •  A list of essential oils and their benefitsEssential oils embody the regenerating, oxygenating, and immune-strengthening properties of plants.
  • Essential oils are so small in molecular size that they can quickly penetrate the skin.
  • Essential oils are fat-soluble and are capable of penetrating cell walls. Even if they hardened because of oxygen deficiency.

In fact, essential oils can affect every cell of the body within 20 minutes. Then be metabolized like other nutrients.

  • Essential oils contain oxygen molecules. That helps to transport nutrients to the starving human cells.

Because a nutritional deficiency is an oxygen deficiency. The disease begins when the cells lack the oxygen for proper nutrient absorption.

By providing the needed oxygen. Essential oils also work to stimulate the immune system.

  • Essential oils are immensely powerful antioxidants. Antioxidants create an unfriendly environment for free radicals.

They prevent all mutations, work as free radical scavengers. Prevent fungus and prevent oxidants in the cells.

  • Essential oils are anti-bacterial, anti-cancer, anti-fungal, anti-infectious, anti-microbial, anti-tumor, anti-parasitic, anti-viral, and anti-septic.

Essential oils have been shown to destroy all tested bacteria and viruses. While simultaneously restoring balance to the body.

  • Essential oils may detoxify the cells and blood in the body.
  • Essential oils containing sesquiterpenes. Can pass the blood-brain barrier.

Enabling them to be effective in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. Lou Gehrig’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, and multiple sclerosis.

Essential oils are aromatic. When diffused, they provide air purification by:

  • Removing metallic particles and toxins from the air.
  • Increasing atmospheric oxygen.
  • Increasing ozone and negative ions in the area inhibits bacterial growth.
  • Destroying odors from mold, cigarettes, and animals; and
  • Filling the air with a fresh, aromatic scent.

Essential oils help promote emotional, physical, and spiritual healing.

Below you will find some of the most common uses, remedies, and health benefits of essential oils.

Benefits of Essential Oils

Besides, to freshen your breath. Peppermint also helps to combat nausea and other stomach issues.

It can help stop itching and relax overworked muscles.

Put a few drops in a bowl of hot water to help fight congestion as you breathe in the vapor.

As a natural alternative to VapoRub, it can help fight headaches and sore throats. Plus, it can also help you focus.

Lavender is one of the few essential oils safe enough to use undiluted.

It is simply great at fighting bacteria as a natural anti-bacterial rub on sores or cuts.

Its aromatherapy uses include calming anxiety, easing headaches, and aiding digestion. Make sure you always keep this oil around.

Basil is one of the best natural oils for helping fight mental and physical fatigue.

As it is rich in beta-carotene, it is also a healthy heart-fighting oil.

Providing powerful antioxidants, improving blood flow and cardiovascular health.

You can treat your dry skin, acne, or psoriasis with basil and be amazed at its effects.

As in the floral world, this oil is known as a great aid to women.

Its aromatherapy effects help improve hormonal balance.

Treat PMS and menopause, help aid in issues in the bedroom and increase the health of your skin.

Lemon is an amazing oil with hundreds of uses.

Lemon is a powerful cleansing agent that purifies the air and surfaces.

And can be used as a non-toxic cleaner throughout the home.

When added to water, Lemon provides a refreshing and healthy boost throughout the day.

Lemon is frequently added to food to enhance the flavor of desserts and main dishes.

Taken internally, Lemon provides cleansing and digestive benefits and supports healthy respiratory function.

When diffused, Lemon is very uplifting and energizing and has been shown to help improve mood.

Clove is used as the main ingredient in Tiger Balm, which is used on sore muscles.

It is also used in many dental issues for sore gums, tooth pain, and fighting bad breath.

Other benefits include clearing up earaches and digestion issues. Stomach and headaches and nasal congestion.

Lastly, it is an aphrodisiac and thus a stress reliever.

Also known as orange blossom oil is considered a super oil for skin disorders.

As it is great for any type of skin from young to old and dry to oily.

This oil as aromatherapy is also known to treat depression. By helping lift moods and increasing energy levels.

It also treats kidney, prostate, urinary, and colon infections.

 

The few oils I have mentioned above are but a beginning. There are hundreds of oils with thousands of health benefits.

The health benefits of essential oils are proven through thousands of years of use.

And the fact that many of their plants are used in commercial medicine proves their worth.

Wouldn’t you rather have a natural product? Wouldn’t you like to experience a better quality of life? Through the method of aromatherapy

I would love to hear your feedback. On your experience with the therapeutic benefits of essential oils.

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4 thoughts on “A-List of Essential Oils and Their Benefits

  1. Your articles are really educative. Benefits of essential oils Essential oils can be used in aromatherapy, a kind of complementary medicine that uses smell to improve your health or applied topically to the skin. Studies have shown that essential oils may help: Boost mood. Improve job performance through reduced stress and increased attentiveness. Improve sleep.                                            

    1. Thank you, Emmanuel! I hope to inspire all who read my articles. Yes, science proves the benefits of essential oils. They really should be included in our everyday life. Thank you for your comment!

  2. I love essential oils, especially Lavender and Lemon. Lavender is my go-to oil all the time to relax after a long day at work. Lemon helps me clear my sinuses during pollen season which is helping now. The basil essential oil, have not tried but would love to try. This kit shown would love to try but the price a bit much right now for me, so I have booked marked to access again and try. 

    1. Hi Jannette! I’m happy to always meet my fellow essential oil lovers. Lemon, Lavender, and peppermint are my go-to for pollen season!  2 drops of each in an 8oz glass of water is my allergy medicine as I like to call it. Thanks for sharing your experience with essential oils.

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