This article sets forth uses of lavender oil in aromatherapy and as a healing plant, and explains how lavender is used in aromatherapy and aromatherapy products.
This article is about the history and modern-day use of cloves, in cookery, medicine, and aromatherapy.
Tea tree essential oil, which is taken from the paperbark tree of Australia, is an extremely powerful and effective essential oil against many kinds of infections, and it’s an excellent remedy for burns, scrapes, and other types of skin injuries.
The use of tea tree oil for acne has been studied and scientifically proven to reduce the occurrence and severity of acne, and it tends to do so with fewer side effects, when used correctly.
Historians tend to agree that the lemon was introduced to Europe during the Crusades, eventually gaining common popularity by the 16th century. Experts believe that the lemon was not introduced to the Americas until 1493, when the lemon seeds were brought to the “new world” with Columbus....
This article is about the history and origins, aromatherapy benefits, health properties and other uses of jasmine essential oil, together with some details of how to use it, and contra-indications.
Bail essential oil isn't just useful in aromatherapy massage oils, there are other interesting and perhaps suprising household uses for basil oil. This article looks at the health benefits, aromatherapy qualities, and pleasures of using basil essential oil.
Frankincense is often best known for its historical appreciations; most notably, the Wise Men offered frankincense to Jesus after his birth, as the frankincense herb was considered to be of great value and quality - a gift fit for a King. But it also has medical and aromatherapy benefits and uses.
Looking for a natural but effective skin care oil? Rosehip (rose hip) essential oil is a proven reducer of fine lines, wrinkles, and scars. Discover the many health benefits of using rose hips.
Pine essential oil has a long and glorious history, and still has many medicinal, decorative and domestic cleaning uses today. Pine oil has antibacterial, energizing, antiseptic, and aromatic properties, and is a relatively cheap essential oil, as well as being useful.
It's easy to harvest and dry your own lavender. This article explains how to cut and dry lavender, when to do it, and how to store it.
This article shows you how to treat the whole family for head lice without worrying about the effect of insecticides and pesticides contained in many over-the-counter creams, lotions, shampoos and treatments.
Today lavender is a popular and versatile aromatherapy oil, with many different uses. This article sets out some of the health benefits of using Lavandula angustifolia at home.