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A 15ml Bottle of Sacred Earth Organic Essential Oil of Orange (Citrus Sinensis) A 15ml Bottle of Sacred Earth Organic Essential Oil of Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) A 15ml Bottle of Sacred Earth Organic Essential Oil of Lemongrass (Cymbopogon schoenanthus)
The health benefits of Orange Essential Oil can be
attributed to its properties as an anti-inflammatory, antidepressant,
antispasmodic, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, carminative, diuretic, tonic,
sedative and cholagogue substance.  This essential oil is obtained from the peels of orange by cold compression
Eucalyptus Oil is extracted through steam distillation of the leaves. Although eucalyptus leaves are dark green the oil when extracted is almost clear in color. Having a powerful aroma full of woody undertones, fresh scented, and with a hint of camphor top notes. Widely known and used for its antiseptic properties preventing infection from common cuts and wounds to other skin ailments such as acne, dry skin, skin lesions, dandruff, and skin ulcers. Recommended to those suffering from herpes simplex virus, treats symptoms if asthma, coughs, fevers, also clears nasal passageways. Can also be used to relieve pain in joints and muscles. Apply directly to sore muscle, massage oil in for maximum relief. Widely used in dental care aiding in the healing process of gum disease, gingivitis, and other dental infections.
In the conventional Indian medicine, lemongrass plant has been used directly for treating infectious diseases and several other ailments. While using lemongrass oil for medicinal purposes, make sure that the strength of oil is monitored carefully. Say for instance, an undiluted version can cause skin irritation effects, specially in people who have a very sensitive skin. Also, applying concentrated oil in skin wounds can cause exacerbation of the symptoms. Ideally, one should use the dilute form of pure lemongrass oil. Some of the profound lemongrass essential oil uses are listed below.

Natural Skin Care
Right from tightening skin pores to treating acne and pimple, lemongrass oil is beneficial for skin in a number of ways. For use in skin infections and acne outbreaks, try lemongrass oil recipe to make a diluted solution. Mix 2 drops of oil in ¼ cup warm water, and apply it to the affected skin by using a clean cotton ball.

Hair Growth
Applying lemongrass essential oil to hair directly is a sure way to promote hair growth and maintain healthy hair. For this, make sure a diluted oil is used (2 - 4 drops in ½ cup warm water). This essential oil is a valuable component in homemade shampoo recipe as it increases the aroma and quality of shampoo.

Skin Infections
Having strong antimicrobial and antiseptic properties, lemongrass oil is applied for treating a wide range of skin infections (both bacterial and fungal). While there is no harm in external application, internal use of this essential oil for curing infections may be associated with adverse effects.

Fever Treatment
An essential oil with antipyretic and febrifuge properties, lemongrass oil works wonders for treating fever. This oil aids in bringing down body temperature, thereby maintaining it within the healthy range. For curing fever, one can add a safe dose of this oil in tea, and drink many times a day.

Pain Reliever
One of the main lemongrass essential oil benefits is reducing pain and inflammatory symptoms. Its analgesic property makes it an effectual remedy for combating several medical problems, such as joint pain, muscle spasms, menstrual cramps, headache, migraines, and general body pain.

Treats Digestion Problems
A dilute form of lemongrass essential oil is a much touted remedy for treating bowel problems and digestive disorders. It boosts the functioning of the digestive system and facilitates nutrient assimilation. However, take the advice of a herbalist for deciding the appropriate dosage before ingesting this oil.

Stress and Depression
Similar to other citrus oils, lemongrass essential oil benefits in addressing stress, anxiety, and depression problems. It provides a calming effect to the nerves and nervous system, thereby making the person energized. One can add a few drops of oil in bathing water, or use dilute oil for massaging.

Tonic for Nerves
The tonic property of lemongrass essential oil makes it an ideal stimulator for the brain and nervous system. It is claimed to be an effectual herbal product for combating diseases, whose root cause is malfunctioning of the nervous system. However, more scientific studies need to be done to support this claim.

Other Medicinal Uses
It is used to alleviate intestinal gas and excess gas formation in the body. The diuretic effect of lemongrass oil makes it an excellent home remedy for people having water retention problem. Another medicinal use of this oil is to clot blood, and stop bleeding in skin wounds and injuries. Other lemongrass oil uses are reducing perspiration, improving sleep, increasing milk secretion, and strengthening the immune system.

Disinfecting Effect
Lemongrass oil is a preferred ingredient in making home cleaning agents. Simply mix a few drops of pure oil and water in a sprayer, and use the solution for cleaning kitchen cabinets, bathroom walls, and other hard surfaces. Doing so helps in disinfecting the areas, and prevents infestation of microbes.

Insect Repellent
Mention some of the most popular natural insect repellents, and you really cannot miss lemongrass and lemongrass essential oil. Simply fill the oil in a burner and see the results. One can use the oil alone to repel insects, or mix it with eucalyptus oil, tea tree oil, and other carrier oils for the same purpose.
A 15ml Bottle of Sacred Earth Organic Essential Oil of Spearmint (Mentha viridis) A 15ml Bottle of Sacred Earth Organic Essential Oil of Tea Tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) A 15ml Bottle of Sacred Earth Organic Essential Oil of Peppermint (Mentha piperita)
A minty, slightly fruity scent, softer than peppermint. A rich antioxidant, spearmint essential oil helps support the respiratory and nervous systems* and may help open and release emotional blocks leading to a sense of balance and well-being.
The Tea Tree is a small tree or shrub with needle-like leaves. It is also domestically referred to
     as Ti-tree. It can grow up to 7 meters (20 feet) in height and thrives in marshy areas, though it is now
     cultivated in plantations. The Tea Tree is very robust; it is ready for cutting only two years after its’
     previous harvest. Tea Tree Essential Oil is best known as a very powerful immune stimulant. It can help
     to fight all three categories of infectious organisms (bacteria, fungi, and viruses), and there is evidence
     that Tea Tree Oil massages prior to an operation may help to fortify the body and reduce post-operative
     shock. Used in vapor therapy, Tea Tree Oil can help with colds, measles, sinusitis and viral infections. For
     skin and hair, Tea Tree has been used to combat acne, oily skin, head lice and dandruff.
Peppermint oil is steam distilled from the partially dried tops of the plants. Growers will harvest just before the herb goes to flower to bring out the best of the oil's aroma. When allowed to mature further, the quality of the resulting oil may suffer, with a sharper, less-sweet and complex aroma.

The main constituent of peppermint is menthol, a potent chemical unto itself which causes a quick physical response when inhaled or applied the the skin. Menthol produces a sensation of coolness which the body reacts to by producing its own warming effect, with as blood flowing to the area of application. This physical sensation is responsible for peppermint's long history of use as medicine. Today menthol is often found in sports creams and chest rubs, such as the well-known 'Halls Mentholyptus' cough drops - the oil is excellent for opening the sinus passages, though should be used with caution in this respect. Even a small amount of the oil coming into direct contact with the delicate membranes inside the nasal passages can result in a temporary burning sensation.

The aroma of Peppermint essential oil is strengthening, soothing and stimulating (it is noted that use during the day is better than just before bedtime). It has been repeatedly studied for its effectiveness arousing concentration, focus and mental sharpness. Peppermint may also help relieve congestion when inhaled, and is also commonly used for headaches and migraines by placing a drop on each temple. The oil has shown favorable results in clinical testing for the treatment of headaches, without side effects at the dosages used.

The most researched therapeutic activity of peppermint involves support of the digestive system. The oil exhibits very strong choleretic activity, meaning it stimulates the liver and gall bladder to release bile (supporting digestive activity). The oil also inhibits muscle spasms in the intestines. Combined with its antibacterial effect, peppermint essential oil becomes a genuine medicine to help all sorts of digestion-related issues. It is said to relieve dyspepsia, nausea, stomach pains, and diarrhea. It is now commonly available in enteric coated capsules specifically for support of irritable bowel syndrome. For use at home, one can ingest 1 to 3 drops in a warm cup of water, or dilute in a carrier oil and massage into the abdomen (essential oils are absorbed though the skin, and can help the targeted organs in this manner).
A 15ml Bottle of Sacred Earth Organic Essential Oil of Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) A 15ml Bottle of Sacred Earth Organic Essential Oil of Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) A 15ml Bottle of Sacred Earth Organic Essential Oil of Bergamot
(Citrus Aurantium bergamia)
Rosemary essential oil is used by aromatherapists for stimulating the
memory; overcoming mental fatigue and sluggishness; aiding alertness and
concentration; easing depression; managing stress and overcoming
stress-related disorders and nervous exhaustion; easing the pain of
migraines and tension headaches; raising blood pressure; relieving the
pain and swelling of arthritis, muscle spasms, and sprains; soothing the
itching of psoriasis, eczema and dermatitis; easing asthma, bronchitis,
colds and sinusitis; and treating acne.
Being the most versatile of all essential oils, noone should be without it. Lavender is an adaptogen, and therefore can assist the body when adapting to stress or imbalances. It is an exceptional aid for relaxation, yet has balancing properties that can also boost stamina and energy. It may be used to soothe and cleanse common cuts, bruises, and skin irritations. The French scientist René Gattefossé was among the first to discover these properties when he was severely burned during a laboratory explosion.

Aromatherapists also use lavender in inhalation therapy to treat headaches, nervous disorders, and exhaustion. Herbalists treat skin ailments, such as fungal infections (like candidiasis), wounds, eczema, and acne, with lavender oil. It is also used in a healing bath for joint and muscle pain. One study evaluating treatments for children with eczema founded it was therapeutic touch from the mother that improved symptoms; in other words, massage with and without essential oils (including lavender) both reduced the dry, scaly skin lesions. Another study found that lavender oil may improve pain control after surgery. Fifty patients undergoing breast biopsy surgery received either oxygen supplemented with lavender oil or oxygen alone. Patients in the lavender group reported better pain control than patients in the control group.
Bergamot has been used for hundreds of years for oily skin conditions
and is responsible for the distinctive flavor of Earl Grey Tea. It is
calming and uplifting, is supportive to hormones and antibacterial. Bergamot is particularly noted to benefit agitation, depression, anxiety, insomnia, intestinal parasites and viral infections such as herpes and cold sores.
According to Patricia Davis, Bergamot is “one of the most valuable oils
(along with Chamomile, Sandalwood and Tea Tree) in treating cystitis and urethritis.
Bergamot oil, used in the very early stages, can often prevent the
infection from spreading upwards in this way. It should be added to the
bath, and used as a local wash (diluted 1% or even 0.5%)
A 15ml Bottle of Sacred Earth Organic Essential Oil of White Grapefruit (Citrus paradis)
Health Benefits of Grapefruit Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties as a diuretic, disinfectant, stimulant, antidepressant, antiseptic, aperitif, lymphatic and tonic substance.