Oily skin, insect bites, athlete's foot and other fungal infections
Eucalyptus, lavender, thyme, peppermint, rosemary, Roman chamomile
Sinusitis, bronchitis, coughs, sore throats, the common cold, the 'flu'
Scalds and burn
Peppermint and rosemary
Anise, black pepper, marjoram, ginger
Migraines, arthritis, joint pains, backaches
Pine oils and lemon
Disinfecting and deodorizing pets
Stress and fatigue
Basil, chamomile, grapefruit, rose, ylang ylang
Chamomile, lavender, neroli
Some Words of Advise
Before you embark on a journey in the world of aromatherapy, it is advisable to consult a trained aromatherapist and read up extensively on the subject. Before using the oils try a little bit on a patch of skin to check for allergic reactions. Aromatherapy is not recommended for pregnant women, for people having fever and those with fractures and broken bones.
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