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Tea Tree Essential Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia) is useful for skin problems such as acne, pimples and protection from radiation burns and hair improvement for oil control, dandruff and stimulating the scalp. It has regeneration properties that reduce swelling as well. There are not many side effects associated with using tea tree oil; however, children under the age of 6 should use caution. It can also create contact sensitization with repeated use. It can be used topically or in a diffuser.
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Basil Essential Oil (Ocimum basilcum) is useful as an antispasmodic, antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, muscle relaxant, antiseptic, and decongestant. People with epilepsy, children and pregnant women should avoid using basil. It may also be a skin irritation. It can be ingested if diluted and used in a diffuser.
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Oregano Essential Oil (Origanum compactum) is useful for abscess, anthrax, asthma, bacterial infection, boils, bronchitis, bursitis, cholera, chronic pain, cold sores, cough, corns, diarrhea, digestive problems, diptheria, dysentery, Epstein Barr, fibroids, flu, food poisoning, and fungal skin infection. There are no known side effects to using oregano, but it can be a skin irritation. It can be taken as a supplement or used in a diffuser.
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Grapefruit Essential Oil can be useful for preventing water retention and bloating and can also help dissolve fat; it helps to release fatty acids into the bloodstream where the body breaks them down and uses them for energy. It is also an appetite suppressant. There are no known side effects to using it, but some concerns have been raised about the potential link between using grapefruit and the development of breast cancer. It can be taken internally, inhaled or used in a diffuser.
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Geranium Essential Oil (Aceite de Geranio Rosa) is useful for nerve pain (when applied to the skin), athletic performance, diarrhea and weight loss. Possible side effects of using the oil include developing a rash or burning sensation (when it is applied to the skin) and eye irritation when applied directly to the face. It is typically applied externally or taken internally in food dose amounts.
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Ylang Ylang Essential Oil (Cananga Odourata) can be either stimulating or calming and is useful for dealing with anger and stress. By inhaling the aroma, one can stimulate circulation and lower blood pressure. Ylang Ylang Essential Oil can be applied topically (on the feet, neck, wrists and back) or diffused.
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Clary Sage Essential Oil (also known as Esalarea) can be useful for upset stomach, stomach disorders, kidney disease and tumors when applied to the skin. There are no known side effects to using clary sage when taken in proper amounts. It can be taken internally (it aides as a flavor for food) and topically.
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Rosemary Essential Oil (Rosmarinus officinalis) can be useful for aching muscles, arthritis, dandruff, dull skin, exhaustion, gout, hair care, muscle cramping, neuralgia, poor circulation, rheumatism and headaches. It is best to avoid using it while pregnant of if you have epilepsy. It can be taken orally, used topically and in a diffuser.
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Cinnamon Essential Oil (Cinnamomum verum) has the abilities to balance blood sugars, minimize inflammation and combat infection. It is a natural immune system booster, natural antiviral fungal remedy that also combats bacterial infections. There are no known side effects to using cinnamon; however it may be a skin irritant and may irritate the nasal passages if not diluted first. It can be inhaled, taken as a supplement and diffused.
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Cedarwood Essential Oil (Cedrus atlantica) has calming properties and has been found in clinical tests to be of benefit to children suffering ADD and ADHD. It stimulates the limbic region of the brain and the pineal gland, which releases melatonin, aiding in sleep cycles. Can be diffused or applied topically. Best place to apply it is to the base of the neck.
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