한국을 포함한 80 개 이상의 국가에서 빠른 배송! 고객 서비스: +15867316101   |   도움
대한민국
0
 장바구니
장바구니에 선택된 아이템 수량 가격
주문금액: ₩0.00
₩0.00

The Five Most Popular Essential Oils

Essential oils are commonly used in aromatherapy and in treating various ailments. Learn the differences between the most popular essential oils and see which will prove most beneficial to you.
1.
₩7,205.87
(1)
2.
₩5,761.53
(10)
3.
₩5,039.30
(2)

Essential oils have been used for decades by aromatherapists to alleviate a variety of systems and increase the overall health of their patients. Now that these oils are more easily accessible, a wealth of possibilities is now open. 

However, there are just so many essential oils you may not be sure which ones are, well, essential. These five oils are the most commonly used and have a diverse properties which can be beneficial to your daily life:

1. Tea Tree
Tea tree oil is one of the most diverse essential oils. Due to it's anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal effects, it's been used for everything from athlete's foot to preventing acne outbreaks. When added to a vaporizer, tea tree oil has shown the ability to loosen chest congestion and treat sinus infection. In terms of skin care, tea tree oil is wonderful for spot treatment. It's often dabbed on the infected area to reduce the inflammation. It clears up pimples in a two days or less and greatly reduces their reoccurrence. Tea tree oil also shows the ability to reduce dandruff and destroy head lice, though research is ongoing as to why.

2. Peppermint
Peppermint oil has been used since the Roman Empire to relieve common ailments. The medicine used to treat headaches, colds, nausea and morning sickness will sometimes have peppermint as a main ingredient -- this is because peppermint has decongestant, antiviral and vasodilatory effects. Peppermint has also been used in many insect repellent. A study conducted in 1999 by the Malaria Research Centre in Delhi, India showed 85 percent of subjects who had applied peppermint oil topically where found to be completely protected from the surrounding mosquitoes. Lastly, peppermint has also been proven effective at the treatment of irritable bowl syndrome (IBS) symptoms. IBS is a disease which can cause cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea and constipation.

3. Lavender
Lavender possesses a fresh, sweet scent and is highly effective for relaxation, especially when rubbed on your back or the soles of your feet.  Lavender can be used to treat minor wounds like cuts, burns or bug bites, thanks to its antibacterial properties. Lavender does an excellent job at balancing oil production in the skin as well as clearing blemishes and evening skin tone. It's indicated for all skin types and even helps hydrate dry skin. Some other uses for lavender which require a bit more research are depression, insomnia, migraines, nausea and loss of appetite.

4. Eucalyptus
Unlike many of the other oils, eucalyptus isn't popular in aroma therapy. Eucalyptus is found in variety of over-the-counter rubs, inhalers, liniments, rash creams and mouthwashes. Most commonly used to treat respiratory problems such as cold, cough, sore throat or a running nose, eucalyptus has antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties.

Eucalyptus oil has also been proven effective in healing wounds. When rubbed on ulcers, burns, cuts or insect bites, eucalyptus has proven effective in reducing the swelling and helping the cut heal faster. Many toothpastes contain eucalyptus is effective in fighting cavities, dental plagues, gingivitis and other infections due to its germicidal properties. It's also found in many massage oils or creams used to reduce muscle pain due to its anti inflammatory properties. Some other uses for eucalyptus which require a bit more research are fever, skin care and diabetes.

5. Frankincense
Frankincense has a woody, spicy and slightly fruity smell which most find calming.  Frankincense is used for a number of conditions related to emotional stress such as anxiety, disappointment, emotional fatigue and hysteria. Frankincense is most commonly used as a skin treatment, to heal scarring and rejuvenate cells. Frankincense is also used to relieve menstrual cramps, stop the burning of a urinary tract infection and improve circulation. Some other uses for frankincense which require a bit more research are headaches, herpes, insecurity, asthma and allergies.

It's important to consult your doctor before using any essential oil as to prevent an allergic reaction and to follow dilution instructions carefully.

For these and other essential oils to help you life a better, healthier life, explore all eVitamins has to offer!

Related Articles:

  • Aromatherapy: Use Essential Oils for Everyday Remedies

  • The Ultimate Tea Guide: Brewing, Remedies and More!
  • 공유:
    Related Articles You May Like
    우울증 증상완화에 도움을 주는 천연허브
    우울증 증상완화에 도움을 주는 천연허브
    햄프 단백질 파우더 : 햄프씨드
    햄프 단백질 파우더 : 햄프씨드
    차 한잔의 여유 - 알고 마시면 맛있다!
    차 한잔의 여유 - 알고 마시면 맛있다!
    천연 염증치료제 사르사뿌리
    천연 염증치료제 사르사뿌리


    RELATED CATEGORIES
    Essential Oils, 에센셜오일

    Soap, 비누

    목욕 미네랄 & 소금

    쉐이빙

    Citrus Oil

    Eucalyptus Oil

    Jojoba Oil, 호호바오일

    Lavender Oil, 라벤더 오일

    Relaxation Oil

    Tea Tree Oil, 티트리오일

    아로마 테라피, 에센셜 오일



    Essential Oils, 에센셜오일 - 고객님께서 좋아할만한 제품
    Home Health Products Tea Tree Oil
    Now Foods Organic Orange Oil
    Now Foods Citronella Oil
    Nature's Alchemy Frankincense
    Now Foods Tea Tree Oil
    Now Foods Rose Absolute Oil
    쿠폰 & 프로모션
    회원가입
    eVitamins 대한민국, Copyright 1999-2016. All Rights Reserved.

    면책사항 : 본 웹사이트를 통해 작성된 문서 또는 판매된 상품은 미국식약처(FDA)에 의해 검증되지 않았습니다. 해당정보 및 제품들은 질병에 관한 진단, 치료 또는 예방을 목적으로 하지 않습니다. 본 사이트가 제공하는 정보는 구매고객의 편의를 고려하여 참고 수준의 정보로 작성됐음을 알려드립니다. 의료상담 및 건강진단, 치료방법은 반드시 전문의에게 상담하셔야하며, 모든 제품은 복용하는 사용자에 따라 효과의 차이가 발생하거나 영양분에 따라 상호작용이 발생할 수 있으므로 전문가의 상담을 권장해 드립니다.

    개인정보정책 | 이용약관