The Carnation Essential Oil has the fragrance of honey, lilac, and fragrant spice all in one. It is one of the sweetest smelling oils.
History of the Carnation Essential Oil
Traditionally, the oil has been used by artists, poets, and writers for increased motivation and to avoid writer’s block. It was first cultivated over two thousand years ago at Ancient Egypt as the Carnation flowers were said to be the favorite flower of Jove, the Roman King of the Gods. The flower is said to represent gratitude, good fortune, graciousness, purity, and love. It is usually given to mothers now on Mother’s Day, because of its sweet scent.
Benefits and Uses of Carnation Essential Oil
It is a natural aphrodisiac, which means it can turn the mood into something sensual. It can increase one’s libido and prevent sexual problems and issues such as impotence or frigidity.
It can motivate an artist to do something or come up with new ideas using its aroma.
It should be used with care by pregnant and nursing women. A health care professional should be consulted first before using the oil on them in any way, shape, or form.
The oil should be kept out of reach from children because they might not use it properly and intake excessive amounts. Once they have, go to your trusted health care professional immediately.
Conduct a patch test on your skin before applying the carnation essential oil directly so as to test whether or not you have an allergic reaction to the oil.
The oil has a narcotic effect, meaning one can get addicted to it and even turn everything into a placid dream. Because of its scent, one might not be in the right mind. Use the oil with moderation and do not abuse its scent.