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There are more than 90 types of essential oils in the world, each with its own unique smell and potential health benefits. When you don’t know from where to start in your journey to natural healing of your body and soul and you don’t know how many drops you need to drip into the aroma diffuser, then this article below is the best guideline to follow.

 Five Best Essential Oils

  • Peppermint oil

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    peppermint oil

    Peppermint oil is promoted for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), other digestive problems, the common cold, sinus infections, headaches, and other conditions. Peppermint oil is promoted for topical use (applied to the skin) for problems like headache, muscle aches, joint pain, and itching. In aromatherapy, peppermint oil is promoted for treating coughs and colds, reducing pain, improving mental function, and reducing stress.

To use peppermint oil for pain relief, simply apply 2–3 drops topically to the area of concern three times daily, add 5 drops to a warm water bath with Epsom salt.

Lab studies show that the compounds found in peppermint oil have antimicrobial, antiviral and antioxidant properties, meaning it may also help to fight infections that lead to symptoms involving the respiratory tract.

Mix peppermint oil with coconut oil and eucalyptus oil to make  Homemade Vapor Rub. You can also diffuse 5 drops of peppermint  oil or apply 2–3 drops topically to your temples, chest and back of neck.

To provide seasonal allergy relief: – rub 2-3 drops of peppermint oil to your back, temples and chest; – add to aroma  diffuser with essential oil 2-3 drops each.

To increase energy and improve exercise performance: – drink 1-2 drops with a glass of water; – Rub 2-3 drops each to the back of neck and temples.

To alleviate headaches: rub 2-3 drops to temples, back of neck and forehead.

To improve IBS symptoms: – Drink 1-2 drops with a glass of water; – Rub 2-3 drops to abdomen area.

To freshen breath and support oral health: – Add 1 drop to toothpaste; – Add 1 drop under tongue before drinking a glass of water.

To promote hair growth and reduce dandruff: – Add 2-3 drops to shampoo or conditioner; – Massage 2-3 drops into sculp while showering.

To releieve itchiness: – Rub 2-3 drops into the area of concern 3x daily; – Foe sensitive skin, add 2-3 drops combined with coconut oil 1:1; – Add to warm water bath.

To repel bugs naturally: – Rub 2-3 drops into exposed skin areas (2,5 hours use).

To reduce nausea: – Inhale directly from bottle; – Add 1 drop to glass of distilled water; – Rub 1-2 drops behind ears.

To improve skin health: – Mix 2-3 drops with lavender oil 1:1 and apply to area of concern.

To provide sunburn relief and protection: – Mix 2-3 drops with half teaspoon of coconut oil and apply to skin.

  • Lavender oil

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lavender oil

Lavender oil is commonly used for anxiety, stress, and insomnia. It is also used for depression, dementia, pain after surgery, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support many of these uses. In foods and beverages, lavender is used as a flavor component.

Lavender oil benefits:

  1. Antioxidant protection;
  2. Used as a diabetes natural treatment;
  3. Improves mood and reduces stress;
  4. Supports brain function;
  5. Helps to heal burns and cuts;
  6. Promotes healthy skin and hair;
  7. Relieves headaches;
  8. Improves sleep;
  9. Relieves pain;
  10. complementary therapy for cancer.

Use instructions:

Massaging lavender oil into the back of your neck, chest, wrists and temples can induce relaxing and calming effects. If you are experiencing muscle or joint pain, or pain at the site of injections, apply 2–3 drops of lavender to the affected area.

To improve your quality of sleep, diffuse lavender oil in your bedroom before or during sleep. Also, you can rub 3–5 drops directly on your neck, chest and temples. Making a mixture of lavender oil, Chamomile essential oil and magnesium oil is the best combination for improving sleep. Just rub this mixture into the back of your neck and wrists to induce a calm, peaceful feeling.

Taking a healing bath by adding 15 drops of lavender oil and 1 cup of Epsom salts to the bathtub is another effective way to use lavender oil to improve sleep and relax the body.

To use lavender oil for skin health, combine 3–4 drops with ½ teaspoon of coconut or jojoba oil and massage the mixture into the area of concern. It is recommended to mixing lavender oil with frankincense essential oil and applying it to your skin first thing in the morning, right after you shower, and right before bed. This will help to reduce inflammation and signs of aging.

Using lavender oil topically can help to improve a number of skin conditions, from canker sores to allergic reactions, acne and age spots. Its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties help to ease skin conditions and reverse signs of aging.

One of the most effective natural headache remedies is combing two drops each of lavender oil with peppermint oil and rubbing the mixture into the back of the neck and the temples. Diffusing lavender or inhaling it directly from the bottle can also help to relieve headaches.

For burn relief and to heal cuts, scrapes or wounds, mix 3–5 drops of lavender oil with ½ teaspoon of coconut oil and apply the mixture to the area of concern.

To support the nervous system with lavender oil, diffuse it at home, inhale it directly from the bottle or apply it topically to the temples and back of neck.

To relieve stress and improve sleep, put aroma diffuser by your bed and diffuse oils while you sleep at night or in the family room while you’re reading or winding down in the evening.  You can also apply lavender oil topically behind your ears for the same benefits.

To use lavender oil for diabetes, apply it topically to your neck and chest, diffuse it at home or supplement with it for the health benefits.

  • Tea tree oil

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tea tree oil

Tea tree oil possesses antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antifungal properties.

A person can treat acne, athlete’s foot, contact dermatitis or head lice using tea tree oil. Tea tree oil should never be swallowed.

Tea tree oil benefits:

  1. Antibacterial;
  2. Anti-inflammatory;
  3. Antifungal;
  4. Antiviral;
  5. Treats acne;
  6. Cures Athlete’s foot;
  7. Suppressing allergic contact dermatitis;
  8. Treats dandruff and cradle cap;
  9. Cures head lice.

Use instructions:

  • Wound dressing. Place a few drops of oil onto fresh wound dressing to kill bacteria and reduce inflammation.
  • Homemade mouthwash. Add 2 drops of tea tree oil to a cup of water and use as mouthwash. Do not swallow as tea tree oil is toxic if taken internally.
  • Natural dandruff remedy. Mix a few drops of tea tree oil into regular shampoo and wash hair as normal.
  • Acne treatment. Add 4 drops of tea tree oil to a half cup of water. Apply to the face with a cotton pad once daily.
  • Household cleaner. Mix 20 drops of tea tree oil with a cup of water and a half cup of white vinegar. Pour the mixture into a spray bottle and use as an all-purpose antimicrobial cleaner.
  • Bergamot oil

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bergamot oil

Bergamot oil is used to help with the flow of vital energy so the digestive system can work properly, and it’s also used to prevent the growth of bacteria, relieve muscle pain and boost the health of your skin. Known to build confidence and enhance your mood, bergamot oil is one of the best essential oils for depression and it helps to alleviate stress and anxiety. Bergamot oil is antibacterial, anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic. It’s uplifting, improves your digestion and keeps your system working properly. Bergamot oil prevents the growth of germs that cause body odor.

Bergamot oil benefits:

    1. Helps to relieve depression;
    2. Helps to lower blood pressure;
    3. Prevents and fights infections;
    4. Relieves stress and anxiety;
    5. Alleviates pain;
    6. Boosts skin health;
    7. Aids digestion;
    8. Works as natural deodorant;
    9. May help to reduce fever;
    10. Boosts oral health;
    11. Fights respiratory conditions;
    12. Helps to lower cholesterol.

Use instructions:

  • To use bergamot oil for depression and mood changes, rub 1–2 drops into your hands and cupping your mouth and nose, breathe in the scent of the oil slowly. You can also try rubbing 2–3 drops of bergamot on your stomach, back of neck and feet, or diffusing 5 drops at home or work.
  • To help reduce your blood pressure and pulse rate, diffuse 5 drops of bergamot at home or work, or apply 2–3 drops topically to your temples and abdomen.
  • To prevent and fight infections, diffuse 5 drops of bergamot or apply 2–3 drops topically to your throat, abdomen and feet.

  • To relieve stress and anxiety using bergamot oil, diffuse 5 drops at home or work, inhale the oil directly from the bottle or apply 2–3 drops topically to your temples and back of neck. You can also try  DIY Stress Reducing Solution that’s made with bergamot, lavender, frankincense and myrrh essential oils.
  • To reduce pain, rub five drops of bergamot oil on sore muscles or where you feel tension. To cover a larger surface area, combine bergamot with a carrier oil like coconut oil.
  • To improve the health of your skin or promote healing, put five drops of bergamot oil on a cotton ball or pad and rub it on the infected area. You can also add 10 drops of bergamot oil to your warm bath water — the benefits of a bergamot oil bath go way beyond your skin. It’s great for your mood and reducing built-up tension.
  • To ease digestion and help to regulate your appetite, rub five drops of bergamot oil onto your stomach.
  • To use as a self made deodorant, add 2–3 drops of bergamot oil to the deodorant you already use every day, or you can even add the oil directly to your armpits.
  • To get rid of a fever by fighting infections, relieving stress and reducing cortisol levels, simply diffuse 5 drops of bergamot oil at home or apply 2–3 drops topically to your temples, back of neck and bottoms of your feet.

  • To boost oral health, rub 2–3 drops of bergamot oil onto your teeth or add one drop to your toothpaste.
  • To use bergamot oil for respiratory conditions, diffuse 5 drops at home or inhale the oil directly from the bottle. You can also try rubbing 2–3 drops of bergamot on your throat and chest. You can also try drinking Earl Grey tea, which is made with bergamot extract.


  • Chamomille oil

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chamomille oil

Chamomille oil is used for various digestive disorders including indigestion, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, and intestinal gas (flatulence) due to mental stress. Women use it for morning sickness and painful menstrual periods.

Benefits of Chamomille oil:

  1. Fights anxiety and depression;
  2. Serves as a natural allergy reliever;
  3. Helps to alleviate PMS symptoms;
  4. Reduces symptoms of insomnia;
  5. Boosts skin health;
  6. Supports digestive health;
  7. Promotes heart health;
  8. May relieve arthritic pain;
  9. Gentle enough for children;
  10. Displays anticancer activity.

Use instructions:

  • To fight anxiety and depression, diffuse 5 drops, or inhale it directly from the bottle.
  • To improve digestion and leaky gut, apply 2–4 drops topically to the abdomen. When diluted with a carrier oil like coconut oil, it can even be used in low doses for children with colic and diarrhea.
  • For a restful sleep, diffuse chamomile oil next to bed, rub 1–2 drops onto the temples or inhale it directly from the bottle.
  • To help calm children, diffuse chamomile oil at home or dilute 1–2 drops with coconut oil and apply the mixture topically to the area in need (such as the temples, stomach, wrists, back of neck or bottoms of the feet).
  • To use as a home remedy for acne, treat various skin conditions and combat the signs of aging, add 2–3 drops to a clean cotton ball and apply chamomile oil to the area of concern, or add 5 drops to a face wash. If you have very sensitive skin, dilute chamomile with a carrier oil before applying it topically.
  • To promote heart health, apply 2–4 drops topically over the heart or take internally by placing it under the tongue.
  • To ease nausea, inhale chamomile directly from the bottle, or combine it with ginger, peppermint and lavender oil and diffuse. It can also be used topically on temples to help with nausea.

Also, don’t forget Frankincense. Often referred to as the “king of oils,” frankincense or Boswellia is one of the most potent and medicinally useful essential oils on the planet. It’s main benefit is boosting the immune system by stimulating its activity and killing germs that cause infection.


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The all natural essential oils are good for your health, because they have a wide range of medicinal and therapeutic properties. Their antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral properties make them a useful product in your medicine cabinet.

They have also been shown to promote healthy sleep, relieve headaches, and alleviate pain. In addition, essential oils can improve skin conditions, help treat the common cold, and encourage healthy digestion.

How to Use Essential Oils in a Diffuser?

Diffuser is a machine, that helps to spray the essential oils into the air. 

It is recommended generally to add anywhere between three and fifteen drops for a 100-milliliter diffuser depending on strength, but don’t be afraid to experiment until you come up with the perfect amount.

Place diffuser on a flat surface, remove the cap, put the absorbing pad into the diffuser  and add a few drops of essential oil on the absorbing pad.

ATTENTION: It becomes dangerous for your health when too much essential oil is dripped into your diffuser. If you don’t feel like you need to leave the room, you cannot have your diffuser on. It is possible to cause dizziness, nausea, headaches, confusion, and lethargy if you diffuse too much at one time.

Popular types of essential oil diffusers include:

  • ceramic
  • electric
  • candle
  • lamp rings
  • reed diffuser
  • ultrasonic
  • car diffuser
  • necklace diffuser
  • aromatherapy bracelet

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How to Inhale Essential Oils?

The simplest method of inhalation is to open a bottle of all natural essential oil and inhale deeply for a few times. remember not to let the undiluted oil touch your skin.

For the steam method, you’ll need a bowl of hot water and a towel. Place the bowl on a table and add a few drops of essential oil. Place a towel over your head and the bowl. Close your eyes and deeply inhale the steam for several minutes. Repeat a few times throughout the day.

When you’re dispensing essential oils in the air, consider pregnant or breastfeeding women, children, or pets in your environment. Some essential oils can be dangerous.

How to Dry Evaporate?

This method only requires some type of dry material such as a cotton ball or fabric.

Add a few drops of essential oil to the material. Hold this to your nose and inhale or allow the scent to disperse naturally.

You can add the material to the vents in your car, your shirt collar, or your pillowcase.

Also, you can add your favorite all natural essential oil to you special necklace carrier.

Essential oil diffuser necklaces work by holding a few drops of essential oils in a stone, felt pad or piece of clay or glass around your neck and then slowly releasing them throughout the day. You can reap the benefits through the skin where the jewelry is touching or just by inhaling the aroma itself.

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How to Use Essential Oils on Your Skin?

You can use essential oils for skincare and massage several ways. Dilute essential oils with a carrier oil and apply the mixture to your skin.

For a calming massage, Lavender and Cedarwood essential oils can be added to a carrier oil.

For rejuvenating muscles after a long workout, experience the cooling effect of Peppermint essential oil’s menthol in a sports massage . 

In aromatherapy, many people choose to apply essential oils to the tops and soles of the feet. One common application is using Tea Tree essential oil as part of spa and beauty treatments—especially to help fight odor on particularly funky feet before a pedicure. Just 10–15 drops in a bath of lukewarm water ought to do the trick.

Focus on areas of muscular pain, tightness, and tension. You can also gently rub the oil into pressure points such as your temples, wrists, and third eye. You can also use the oils to massage your feet and place a few drops around your nose.

Another option is to add essential oils to your favorite cosmetic products, such as toners, serums, and muscle rubs. But always take care to dilute the essential oil in a carrier oil first.

How to Use Essential Oils in Shower or Bath?

Add a few drops of essential oils to your shampoo, conditioner, and body wash.

To inhale essential oils while you shower, add a few drops to the shower walls and inhale deeply as you shower. Or add a few drops of diluted essential oil to a warm washcloth that can be used for inhalation and to gently exfoliate your body.

Dilute a few drops of essential oils with a carrier oil before adding it to your bathwater. Or use an essential oil salt bath or bubble bath product.

How to Use Essential Oils in Humidifier?

To use essential oils in a humidifier, add a few drops into the water tank. The oil will naturally vaporize throughout the room. For best results, use a cool mist and clean your humidifier regularly.

If you choose to add essential oils to your humidifier, check with the manufacturer’s directions. Some ultrasonic humidifier manufacturers do not recommend the use of essential oils.





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Because recommended dosages for essential oils vary greatly depending on the plant being used. It’s important to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations. If making your own oil, you should thoroughly research safe dosages for your specific variety. 

In general, essential oils should be diluted in another substance (water or oil) at a concentration of no more than 3-5%. It means that, you would add three drops of an essential oil to one teaspoon of water. 

Each inividual can make a patch test to oneself in order to determine a dosage that’s right for you. This involves applying a drop of oil to an innocuous part of your body — often the inner forearm — and covering it with a bandage for up to 24 hours. If any irritation occurs, remove the bandage and wash the affected area thoroughly. 

Importance of Right Dosage

Although essential oils come from nature and have been used for centuries, they’re not without risk. Improper use can cause serious adverse reactions or even poisoning, so they must be used and stored according to manufacturers’ specifications. 

Essential oils should be kept away from children and pets, whose bodies often can’t tolerate the same dosages as an adult. In addition, anyone who is pregnant should consult a doctor before using essential oils. 

Sensitivity to an essential oil can cause responses in the skin, digestive system, respiratory system, and other areas of the body.

Sensitivity  Signs to an Essential Oil

Signs of an essential oil sensitivity or allergic reaction include:

  • Pain, swelling, or tenderness in the skin
  • Skin irritation (such as itching, rash, or hives)
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Stomach upset

In most cases, it is best to start with a single drop and slowly increase the amount over time.

The amount of essential oil you use will depend greatly on your own personal health status and your level of experience with essential oils. To remain within the parameters of safe usage, always consider the advice of your healthcare provider before using essential oils. When using an essential oil, always follow the proper usage guidelines to help you prevent overwhelming the body with incorrect essential oil levels.

Aromatherapy Use

If you’re using a water-based diffuser, it’s generally recommended to use 1–10 drops of oil per diffusion period. Higher drop amounts are appropriate for larger areas, like big rooms or outdoor spaces. Start with short diffusion periods (15–20 minutes), and then increase the time as needed to achieve the desired benefits.

Use of Essential Oils On the Skin

Because essential oils are a lipid-soluble substance, they can easily penetrate the skin.

Essential oils are useful for promoting healthy-looking skin, creating a relaxing massage, and more, but it’s important to follow safety guidelines to ensure proper use. Once you discover how each oil reacts with your body, you can determine how to safely and effectively enjoy the topical benefits each oil has to offer.

Start with the lowest possible dose (one to two drops), and then increase the dose as necessary to achieve the desired benefit. A topical dose can be repeated every four to six hours as needed. If you’re trying an oil for the first time, consider diluting it with a carrier oil like Fractionated Coconut Oil before application to see how your skin responds. Because every individual is unique, the dose will vary for each individual based on size, age, and overall health status.

Dilution actually makes for better absorption into the skin—extending the benefits for even longer. By diluting an essential oil with a carrier oil, you slow the rate of evaporation, enhance absorption into the skin, and protect against sensitive or delicate skin.

Internal Use

Because our bodies are designed to metabolize and process compounds found in nature, we are already equipped to metabolize essential oils. Essential oils are merely high concentrations of natural compounds—the parts that give plants their taste and smell. While some essential oils are never appropriate for internal consumption, plenty of oils can be safely taken internally and processed by the body.

When using essential oils internally, it’s important to regard them with as much precaution as any other supplement. Start with the lowest possible dose (one to two drops), and then increase the dose as needed.

It’s better to take a smaller dose, which can be repeated every four to six hours as needed. In total, typically no more than 20 drops, divided into doses, should be consumed in a 24-hour period. The maximum dose may be lower or higher for some oils. A lower daily dose is recommended for extended internal use. Remember, some essential oils are not intended for internal usage—this is why it’s of vital importance to read all labels before consuming.

Therefore, if all the above written is understandable, don’t hesitate to get acquainted with our shop offers of different all  natural essential oils and diffusers.