Tea Tree, Rose, Peppermint, and Lemon Essential Oil Pack
Benefits of Tea Tree Essential Oil
Tea tree is a powerful antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral essential oil with the added capability of also being a powerful immuno-stimulant. For those with weak immunity system, this can be a valuable addition to any regular regime. The oil will usually be enough to stop illnesses from developing.
It has also been used on cold sores and pimples and has gotten great results. There are no side effects when used with moderation. It can also be used to remove warts by placing a drop directly on the wart and covering with a bandage daily until it disappears. It will take a few weeks.
Tea Tree is also great for treating acne, ringworm, and athlete’s foot. It can also be used as a preventive measure for patients who will undergo surgery. This oil blends well with Clary Sage, Clove, Geranium, Lavender, Marjoram, Nutmeg and Rosemary.
Health Benefits of the Rose Essential Oil
It is an antidepressant. It can boost your self esteem and self confidence, and can fight depression by giving you mental strength. It can also relieve anxiety and give you feelings of happiness and hope.
The rose oil is a natural antiseptic, which means it is a very effective way to treat wounds and prevent infections from going to your body through them.
The rose oil is also antiviral, meaning it can give your protection from viruses. It can trick the immune system and prevent viruses from going inside your body.
It might be quite obvious, but the rose oil is an aphrodisiac. It can stimulate sexual feelings and can boost the libido.
The oil can be used as an alternative deodorant, which can drive away bad odor, that can make you feel refreshed and keep you safe from bacterial infections. It has a floral and sweet smell that can serve as a natural deodorant.
The rose essential oil can help keep your brain alert, active, sharp, and cool, that can help take away headaches.
Effects of Peppermint Essential Oil
Eliminates bad breath
Cures cough, asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, and pulmonary tuberculosis
Relieves stomach pain and heart burn
It can be inhaled to treat symptoms of colds and coughs.
Can pacify anger, hysteria, and fear
Relieves itching on the skin, inflammation, and burns
Dissolves smell of fish
Can repel mosquitoes
It gives muscle pain relief. It is a very effective natural painkiller, and is very effective in soothing an aching back or preventing a headache due to tension.
It can reduce hunger cravings and can make you feel full faster. You can directly apply the oil to your temples or chest, or sniff from the oil bottle to reduce hunger cravings. You can also diffuse the oil while having lunch or dinner.
Peppermint has cooling effects, which means it is a great natural treatment for fever, especially for children.
It can be a good ingredient for joint therapy.
Peppermint Oil can be a natural energizer. It will boost up the energy and is a great oil to diffuse when you need to stay awake for a long time. It can also help in improving focus and concentration.
During allergy season, using peppermint oil is recommended as it is highly effective at relaxing muscles in nasal passages and can help clear out muck and pollen.
Peppermint oil can be used as flavoring in foods and beverages.
The oil is used as a fragrance in soaps and cosmetics.
The oil can be taken orally through dietary supplements.
Peppermint Oil can help relieve symptoms of indigestion and irritable bowel movements.
Uses of the Lemon Essential Oil
The Lemon Essential Oil can be used to eliminate numerous skin problems such as varicose veins and cellulites. The oil is antiseptic and antibacterial. It can be diffused into the air with some water to kill airborne germs. It can stimulate the boy’s defense system and the lymphatic system. It can also help stop bleeding. It has been known to be good in treating or stopping nosebleeds.