Herb: Eucalyptus globulus

Scent: fruity fresh, balmy, refreshing

How to obtain oil: distillation

Part of the plant from which oil is obtained: leaf

Main Ingredients: 1.8 – cineol, alpha-pinene, limonene, p-cymene

The fresh smell that is recognized by everyone. The herb that is used for various, primarily breathing problems. If you need to select 5 essential oils that you will always have in your home, the one made from eucalyptusshould be on that list. Only a few drops of the oil in an aroma lamp very effectively disinfect the air, so it is especially valuable during the epidemic of flu and colds.

Eucalyptus globulus is a mixture of eucalyptol, camphene, pinene, and there are also species dominated by citral. The plant strongly affects breathing. It increases the amount of oxygen in the cells, thanks to its action on red blood cells. It also helps the binding of oxygen in the lungs and the regeneration of the lungs.

This beneficial oil is a proven drug in the case of colds, nausea, influenza, and sinus inflammation. For the treatment of respiratory organs, it is used in the form of inhalations, in aroma lamps or in the form of liners that are placed on the chest. This plant is good medicine for throat inflammation. It lowers blood sugar levels and helps people suffering from urinary infections.

Interesting Fact

This plant has been used as a cure for malaria in the past. There are two good reasons for this: the antiseptic and antimicrobial effect of this essential oil and the fact that this impressive tree draws water from the soil, so it is ideal for planting in wet areas where malaria occurs. Eucalyptus leaves are the favorite food of the koala bears.

Like the lemon balm, this is one of the most effective herbal remedies for herpes simplex infections. Also, the eucalyptus essential oil is a good cure for insect bites. In combination with plum, lavender, rosemary or angelic, it is a good remedy against rheumatism, bone pain, joints, and muscles.

Benefits of Eucalyptus Essential Oil


The essential oil of eucalyptus purifies space, increases energy and strength. It also increases the feeling of self-confidence and gives the courage to face problems. It alleviates the problems associated with throat infections and headaches that accompany the sinuses. Extremely refreshes rooms and repels insects.

Usage of Eucalyptus oil

This oil soothes the rheumatic pains and pains of pre-muscled muscles and inflamed tendons. It is also used in rheumatoid arthritis, where it helps to remove toxins from the joints. Rubbing the mixture on the problematic parts of the body is a very good way of using this oil. The product is also effective against caries, inflammation of lumbar infections. It is, therefore, the active ingredient of toothpaste, breath recoveries, and other dental hygiene products.

The amazing product obtained from this herb is very good for the treatment of oily skin and scalp. It helps with contagious road infections and also soothes the symptoms of flu, reduces mucus viscosity and makes it easier to cough. It is an excellent lipolytic (it acts on subcutaneous fatty tissue) and is used in cosmetic preparations for the treatment of cellulite. Its effect increases in combination with the ethereal oil of tea tree, and it combines well with the ethereal oils of lavender, lemon, and wrinkle. A mixture of this with some vegetable oil (almond, coconut, olive, Ricinus, wheat germ, jojoba, avocado) is a great combination.


Do not use on susceptible skin because it can cause irritation. It is not recommended in pregnancy and for children up to 6 years. Do not apply directly to the skin and mucous membranes. Not for oral use. Keep protected from light and heat, out of the reach of children.

This essential oil, which is often called ”the king of essential oils” comes from the jasmine flower. It has a sweet, floral and pleasant smell and a typical density (similar to almond oil). Jasmine is a common ingredient of perfumes and it is also used in the form of syrups, teas, as well as, the already mentioned, essential oils.

Interesting fact:

Laboratory research has found that the smell of jasmine and its essential oil calms the mice at which experiments were carried out. The animals stopped doing what they did at the same time they smelled the oil.

Brain scanning actually helped researchers to determine the effect of jasmine smell on one type of chemical and noticed that it relieves anxiety. Professor Hans Het said that the results published in a Journal (Journal of Biological Chemistry) can be “seen as evidence of the scientific basis for aromatherapy.”

Jasmine Oil Benefits

Jasmine oil will help you to alleviate colds, suppress cough, it is very efficient with fighting all lung disorders, respiratory infections, and even snoring. As it relaxes the muscles, it is excellent for the treatment and relaxation of cramps, it provides quick elimination of spasmodic cough and even respiratory arrest and asthma.

Jasmine aroma stimulates the release of serotonin, which raises energy, mood, and positive perception, and stimulates creativity and imagination. Thus, it will successfully suppress negative emotions such as anger, sorrow, guilt, pessimism, mistrust, insecurity, and even some types of phobias. Even with postpartum depression, gout and arthritis, this oil will also work beneficially. Therefore, it is also excellent in the treatment of some addiction diseases, as well as in the treatment of anorexia.

If you have problems with menopause, regulation, and painful menstruation cycles, jasmine essential oil will regulate these types of problems. It is thought to even increase fertility. In many cultures, and especially in traditional Chinese medicine, it was valued as a fantastic aphrodisiac. It is used to stimulate libido, in case of sexual disorders, frigidity, impotence, premature ejaculation because jasmine oil affects the hormones and therefore restores these problems in balance. It is considered that if you use a mixture of jasmine and sandalwood oil, it will prolong the sexual life of a man for many years.

Uses and Benefits Jasmine Oil

The ”king of oils” has antiseptic, antiviral, and other beneficial properties. This amazing oil eliminates potential tetanus infections. It will help with painful muscles after training, as well as during spraying.

The oil will perfectly nourish your skin. It is especially recommended for the care of very dry skin, which is sensitive and irritated. Jasmine essential oil will soften your rash and inflammation and will restore your skin’s elasticity and protect against wrinkles (some people call it anti-aging oil), scars, and stretch marks during pregnancy. It will help you with dermatitis and eczema.

In addition to being known to relax the body, it also relaxes the psyche. With this oil, you will raise your mood, solve fears and anxiety. It is a great solution for insomnia. It will relax you and you will be able to sink into sleep more easily. You will raise your confidence with its use. When you breathe in the oil, it will strengthen and maintain memory as well as concentration.

Jasmine Oil Uses

A good way to use this oil is to add a few drops to your bath or shower gel. You can put it on the back and moisturize behind the ear shell as well. This way, you will calm yourself down and lift your positive mood. Baths made of jasmine essential oil will surely help you to easily get rid of insomnia. This is because its sedative molecules enter the blood through the lungs. This way they can replace medications. Even German scientists have found that the jasmine oil in a molecular composition is similar to valium, as it reduces the sense of discomfort and affects the elimination of insomnia.

Precautionary measures:

People who suffer from low blood pressure should avoid using this essential oil. It is not recommended for pregnant women and those who are allergic to jasmine too.

If you have not had an essential oil of peppermint in your household so far, it’s time to put it in your personal pharmacy. Mint is one of the most popular herbs in the world and it is used in European countries for centuries.
However, neither ancient Japanese nor Chinese medicine remained immune to the medicinal properties of this plant. It is also mentioned in Greek mythology, which tells how Pluto transformed the nymph Ment into the plant because of his great love for her. All he wanted is people to appreciate her forever. Mint’s health benefits are also recorded on papyrus dating from the period of ancient Egyptians and Pharaohs.

Mentha piperita is the most important species of the Mentha genus because it contains the largest amount of medicinal substances. Peppermint has a very pleasant scent, especially its leaves because they contain most of the plant’s essential oil, from which, in fact, we get the most of its health benefits. Peppermint essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the fresh above-ground parts of the bouquet. The specific scent that refreshes and cools comes from the most important active substance of Mentha piperita, menthol, but besides it, this medicinal plant also contains other useful ingredients, which makes its effect multifaceted and versatile, and its application very wide. Numerous minerals and nutrients including manganese, iron, magnesium, calcium, folate, potassium and copper are all contained in this herb. It is also rich in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin A and vitamin C.

Peppermint Oil Usage

Suitable for both oral and inhalation usage and locally on the skin, essential peppermint oil, along with the lavender essential oil, has the broadest application of all essential oils. When applied on the skin it has a cooling effect and a calming effect on the body, which reduces muscle tension. It also has pronounced antibacterial properties so it can help with breathing and digestive problems. Experts recommend this oil when a person suffers from nausea and because of his soothing effect on the gastrointestinal system it calms muscle spasms and prevents vomiting.

Health benefits of essential oil of peppermint

It improves digestion, reduces bloating and stomach cramps

Peppermint essential oil naturally reduces the spasm of the intestine, relaxes the stomach muscles and in this way reduces the occurrence of spills and gases.

Mitigates the nervous intestines symptoms

Studies have shown that thanks to a high percentage of menthol, the oil reduces the irritable bowel symptoms disease because it relaxes the smooth muscles of the intestine and relieves abdominal cramps. During the study, the symptoms decreased by 50% in 75% of the subjects.

It refreshes the breath and reduces the formation of caries

Mint is great if you are fighting bad breath. According to the research, peppermint essential oil showed better results than any synthetic flushing agent based on alcohol and fluoride, both against unpleasant breathing and for maintaining oral hygiene.

For healthy and nourished hair

Peppermint essential oil improves circulation, especially if you apply it to the skin of the head. That’s why people often use it as an ingredient in many hair products. Mint is useful for hair follicle regeneration and stimulation of hair growth. It opens the pores and allows the skin of the head to breathe. Due to its pronounced antiseptic effect, it can help with dandruff and seborrhea.

Tip: Add 2 drops of peppermint oil and 5 drops of lavender oil in 2 tablespoons of warm coconut oil.Lubricate the hair and head with the mixture and let it stand for 15 minutes, then wash your hair with a mild plant shampoo (ex. nettles).

It relaxes muscles and reduces joint pain

The essential oil of peppermint is very effective in relaxing muscles and against pain. It is especially helpful for pain in the back and spine, headaches and painful inflammation of the muscles. When your joints hurt, mix the oil with lavender oil and some of the base oils (jojoba, coconut) and you will get great results. Although the mint has a cooling effect, this combination at the same time calms and reduces pain.

Stay tuned! There are some more benefits of this amazing oil which we would present in our next article…

Plant: Ocimum basilicum L.
Odor: fresh, spicy with balsamic notes
Method of obtaining: distillation
Part of the plant from which the oil is obtained: the whole plant
Main ingredients: linalool, eugenol

Basil is an aromatic plant that originally comes from India, and it is known as a welcoming symbol and by the name ”Tulsi”. It was brought to Europe by the monks. The Orthodox Church, the Hindus, and many other religions believe that the plant has divine power. The Basil is derived from the Greek word “basilicum” which means royal. The Romans believed that a man would always love a woman from whom he received basil. Today the basil essential oil is mostly used to eliminate various types of cramps in the body. It is also a very effective spasmolytic and efficiently relieves cramps in painful periods, cramps in the muscles after strenuous training and strong physical efforts. Its oil also works well on intestinal cramps, regardless of their actual source.

Usage of Basil Oil

How you can use the Basil essential oil:

As a Natural repellent

Basil is very effective as a natural repellant. Repels flies, mosquitoes, and wasps, therefore it is very suitable to make an aqueous solution of basil oil during the summer period and use it as a spray gun on this matter. In addition, essential oil of basil disinfects the air and refreshes it in spaces like offices where many people work because it prevents the spread of respiratory infections.

For massages

Add 100 drops of the oil to 100ml edible oil such as olive, coconut, sunflower (gradually increasing the number of drops to receive the desired effect). Rub it on clean and damp skin two to three times a day.

For wet inhalation

3-4 drops of basil oil dissolved in half a liter of hot water. Inhale a couple of times, for 3-5 minutes.

For dry inhalation

Put one drop of essential basil oil on a tissue paper, then breathe it in for a few minutes.

Essential Oil for Bath 

100 gr of sea salt add to 3-5 drops of basil oil. Mix it with hot water. Rinse the skin well after treatment. It is suitable for painful periods, cramps, respiratory illnesses, and mental fatigue.

To refresh the rooms and as a repellent

Place 3-4 drops of the oil in a diffuser or aroma lamp.

Precaution measures

The proper use of the essential oil does not cause any harmful consequences, however, it is not recommended for pregnant women, nursing children and children under 6 years of age. Do not use it on sensitive skin because it can cause irritation. Do not apply it directly to the skin and mucous membranes. Not for oral use! Keep protected from light and heat, and also out of the reach of children.

Ready to try basil essential oil? Feel free to reach out.


Chamomile Essential Oil has been used for medical purposes since the time of ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. For more than 1000 years it helps people worldwide with various problems and it is beneficial in mood enhancement, muscle cramps, healing of skin lesions and treating mild infections. There are two types of chamomile oil – one is made from German flowers and the other one from Roman chamomile flowers.

German chamomile is called Matricaria chamomilla and Roman is known as Anthemis nobilis.

Both oils have similar benefits and effects and are among the best ways to improve the overall health condition.

Roman chamomile due to alpha and beta pinene has a stronger calming effect.

German chamomile is a potent anti-inflammatory agent, thanks to azulene, which is credited with the recognizable blue color of the oil.

Here are some of the most important benefits of Chamomile essential oil:

  • Handles depression and anxiety

Chamomile oil is effective against depression and anxiety, similar to Lavender oil. It effectively raises mood, calms tension and agitation, and alleviates the effects of stress. Since the oil is soothing, it’s great for a tighter and crisper dream, so you could use it in the evenings, before going to bed.

  • Destroys germs and fungi

This wonderful oil has strong antiseptic and antimicrobial properties. It protects wounds, dangers and scarring from bacterial and fungal infections. In the case of developed infections, they are alleviated and treated.

It is also effective on animals, especially cats and dogs, as it destroys mites. For application on animals, rub a few drops of oil in the hair and behind the ears.

  •  Improves digestion

Chamomile essential oil improves digestion as it stimulates the secretion of gastric juices.

It has a beneficial effect on the liver, enhancing its ability to detoxify the organism.

The role of this amazing oil in the digestion is further emphasized by reducing the generation of gasses in the intestines and helping with the feeling of bloating.

  • Heals inflammation and cleanses the bloodstream

The oil has amazing effects in treating inflammation, especially with the digestive and urinary tract issues.

German chamomile is more successful in treating these diseases.

It is also excellent in treating rheumatism and arthritis.

As a diuretic, it purifies the urinary system and the kidneys as it stimulates increased urination.

It helps the bloodstream and cleans blood from toxins and excess uric acid.

It is effective for lowering blood pressure and swelling of blood vessels.

  • Helps with flu and colds

Chamomile oil is an effective natural anti-flu and cold substance.

It causes abundant sweating and thus removes the toxins and pathogens of the disease.

Swelling also refreshes the body and provides relief during elevated temperatures.

  • Relieves pain

As an excellent natural analgesic, the oil alleviates headaches, toothache and muscle and joint pain.

It is effective against neuralgia – it reduces pressure on the ninth cranial nerve and thus reduces pain.

  • Cleans and heals the skin

This healing oil is very popular in cosmetics. It helps in healing scars and removing stains on the skin.

This product exquisitely tones oily skin, removes fatty gloss and cleans acne from toxins and bacteria, and it is effective for eczema, psoriasis, facial redness, dermatitis and other skin problems.

  • Use it as a natural sedative

For this purpose, use the essential oil of the Roman camomile because it has a better effect on the calming of the German chamomile oil.

To experience the benefits of this oil for mental health, it is enough to inhale its scent.

Soak wax with 5-7 drops of oil and breathe in for a few minutes, holding a wad or a scarf close to your mouth and nose.

For calming down with a stronger mental tension, you will also be able to apply oil directly to the skin.

Apply two drops of the essential oil to the middle of the chest and massage it with gentle movements.

Other options for applying this oil are inhalation from a hot water container, a scented lamp or a hot bath. For this application, pour five to ten drops into the water.

Local and oral usage

In the case of muscle or joint pain, as well as burns, sores or acne, apply oil to the problematic spot and massage it.

If you have digestive problems, massage a few drops of oil on the abdominal skin or pour a drop or two into a glass of water and drink it.

You can also apply it as a mouthwash. Add a few drops in a glass of water and rinse your mouth with the liquid. After washing, sprinkle the liquid.


Test it on the skin before use!

Although this oil is gentle, we recommend you to test it on the skin in diluted form before concrete use.

You can dilute it with walnut, almond, olive or jojoba oil.

For external application, mix 8-15 drops of chamomile oil with 30 milliliters of carrier oil and apply to the skin.

Clary Sage (lat. Salvia sclarea) has a long history as a medicinal plant and it is also often used as a spice. The same word ‘sage’ comes from the Latin word ‘salvere’ which means ‘to save’. This name tells us how many benefits we get from this plant. Ancient Egyptian ladies used it to improve fertility. Even the Ancient Greeks and Romans used it and considered it as a sacred herb.

You might also know it as true sage, garden sage, culinary sage or common sage. Northern Mediterranean Basin is the origin area of this beautiful plant. But we may also find it in central Africa and Asia. We can use most parts of the Sage plant because it has so many beneficial parts. Leaves, flowers, seeds, stems, all of these parts can be used for many purposes. It is considered one of the main essential oils for establishing a hormonal balance, especially in women. It is known for its ability to relieve problems during a painful menstrual cycle, especially painful cramps. This beneficial plant improves circulation, eye health, regulates the digestive system, effectively increases libido equally in men and women.

Sage is one of the most powerful medicinal essential oils because it possesses anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antimycotic, antidepressant and spasmolytic properties. It is also neurotic and sedative with its soothing components.

Sage oil is obtained by steam distillation from petals and leaves of the Salvia sclarea plant from the family Labiatae, also known as Clary – which means pure as an eye. Proven to greyish yellow, salvia essential oil has a sweet, bony fragrance.

It contains about 50% Omega 3 type ALA unsaturated fatty acids and 50% of other ingredients, including all forms of Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin E, Coenzyme Q10, Monotherapy and Diterpene Alcohol.

Salvia Essential Oil

Here are some of the most popular and beneficial properties of Salvia oil:

  • relieves stress
  • improves digestion
  • improves circulation
  • antibacterial effects
  • anti-inflammatory effects
  • antidepressant effects

In a completely natural way, this essential oil relieves stress and anxiety. It lowers the cortisol level and increases the feeling of pleasure and confidence.

Increases the secretion of gastric juices and bile, which speeds up and facilitates digestion. It relieves symptoms of disturbed digestion, reduces cramps, bloating and stomach complaints. This powerful essential oil also helps the body absorb the necessary vitamins and minerals and regulates the stool.

Sage oil leads to vasodilatation or spread of blood vessels, enables better circulation and lowers blood pressure. This way, it helps the body supply itself with a sufficient amount of oxygen necessary for its normal fusion.

This amazing oil reduces the growth and spread of bacterial and fungal infections and practically helps in the prevention of wound infections and accelerates their healing.

Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of sage oil are cardioprotective and can help lower blood cholesterol.

Sage reduces stress and improves circulation – two very important factors for cholesterol reduction and support for our cardiovascular system.

Salvia essential oil is really helpful as an antidepressant, especially with menopausal women that are prone to mood swings.

As we can see, Old Greeks had a point, considering Sage a sacred herb, there’s little thing this plant cannot do to help our health.


Sage is a universal medicinal herb but it should not be used by:

  • pregnant women
  • nursing
  • epileptics

We are very proud to introduce the production processes around this multi-beneficial product. The main benefits of Lemon Balm oil are already explained in this article: Top 5 Benefits of Using Melissa Essential Oil and now, we highlight the very own process of growing and producing Melissa Essential Oil. Let’s recapitulate some basic info about this plant:

Melissa Officinalis (sci. name), is a very useful plant due to the essential oil obtained by distillation of its leaves. The name Melissa is actually taken from the Greek word for ”Honey Bee”. Other popular names are Balm mint, sweet Melissa, lemon balm, sweet Mary, dropsy plant, English balm, garden balm, balm mint, common balm.

It belongs to the mint family (Labiatae Family) and it grows in Western Asia, North Africa but mostly in the Mediterranean region and Southern Europe (Bulgaria). Due to its wide beneficial use, it is distributed throughout the whole world and getting more and more popular. At first, when introduced in the USA, it was only cultivated for the dried herb. It has been used for centuries, since the Middle Ages.

Melissa Oil growing and production

The plant has a distinct fragrant lemon scent and taste. It is a spreading herb with a short root-stock. The top of the plant cannot live during the winter, but the root is more sinewy. Melissa’s stems are square and branching, and they can grow 30-60 cm. Leaves are very pretty, they are heart-shaped, and usually 30-50 mm long, shiny on the top, deeply veined and wrinkled. Lemon balm flower is either white, yellow or pale blue. This amazing plant grows best in alluvial soil, excess water is harmful, while yields diminish in light and dry soils.

When it comes to essential oil supply, Melissa Oil is often sold as being diluted or as a blend of lemongrass and citronella oils. Pure Melissa oil has its own unique properties and aroma. The true oil high cost is justified due to its hard production, manual labor involved and of course, its unique benefits and uses. You need around 3.5 to 7.5 tons of its leaves to produce just 1 pound of essential oil. The final product of the herb, which is very sweet-smelling, is a pale yellow liquid with lemon freshly aroma. If you see somewhere that this oil is selling at very low prices, it means that it is not real Lemon balm oil, that is, is badly produced and doesn’t have the main beneficial properties this oil needs to have.

Melissa organic essential oil

All of our new customers get 10% OFF on our Organic Melissa Essential Oil by using code MELISSA10 at checkout.

As such the only and true Melissa is an expensive but multi-beneficial oil and if you decide to buy it, don’t settle on cheap tricks but rather decide to buy it at proven distribution chains. With that in mind, you can taste our own pure Melissa oil and be sure that you get the highest possible quality.

Essential oils are very respected in the East and popular on the West, people all over the planet are familiar with their effects and are using them for various occasions. Even if you are a supporter of classic medicine, you cannot deny their effects and it might be good to have some of these amazing oils in your locker, together with other medicine.

We present to you some of the most used and effective oils:

1. Chamomile Oil

This oil has been used for centuries, even the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans knew its benefits. It is most often used in aromatherapy because it has a soothing and relaxing effect. It helps with nervous disorders, irritability, insomnia. It’s also good at preventing the development of stomach ulcers. The oil helps with stomach and bowel disorders such as cramps, inflammation of the colon, stomach ache, excess gastric acid. It causes sweating and therefore doesn’t allow the organism to have a high temperature.

Chamomile oil is one of the best means for treating inflammation of the skin and mucous membranes. Experts recommend it for the treatment of various burns and ulcers. Antioxidants from the chamomile protect the skin from UV rays, it contains levomenol that improves the skin’s structure. It helps with acne, various irritations, rash, and other skin problems. By using this oil, your skin will be softer and brighter.

2. Lavender Oil

This oil is often called ‘medicinal treasure from the bottle’ because of its wide range of applications. That is why you can find it in every home and it is practically used every day, everywhere.
Beneficial properties of lavender were the key to the beginnings of modern aromatherapy and it is often used for perfume, soaps, creams, and lotions making.

Lavender is a Mediterranean plant that has been used as a medicine for insomnia, depression, tension since ancient times. The essential oil made from this plant helps reduce pain, both rheumatic and muscle pain, as well as pain caused by swelling. In addition, it establishes a hormonal balance and relieves inflammation of the bladder. Then, it lowers pressure, disinfects the skin, stimulates circulation.
Lavender is considered to accelerate wounds healing process and reduce cuts, and also reduce stress in different situations. It also fights anxiety.

3. Melissa Oil

Melissa – a plant that returns the joy of life. We have already presented the amazing essential oil made from this plant. It is obtained by distillation from the leaves and stems of the Melissa plant and is very efficient in fighting insomnia, stress, and anxiety. Melissa also supports the brainchild of fighting Alzheimer’s disease and improve memory and concentration. It is also used in the fight against tension, disturbance, and irritability. It reduces headaches and high temperature, relieves menstrual cramps.

All in all, these three multi-beneficial essential oils can do so much for our overall health and make our lives better and easier.

No matter which essential oil you decide to use, make sure you follow the instructions of the experts and use them correctly.

One of the most popular and healing plants is certainly the lavender. It has been used on multiple occasions for centuries and there is practically no home where lavender is not represented. People all over the world use it for its relaxing and therapeutic effects. It is even known for treating neurological problems, such as stress, anxiety or insomnia. The most practical use of this amazing purple plant is its essential oil. One of the reasons, besides its properties, is that this essential oil is one of the safest ones, meaning that it has the less possible contra effects on our organism. Parents are using this oil to treat small scrapes and cuts on their kids, it is very safe for them to use this essential oil.

Lavender essential oil is usually obtained from flowers, and they have a very distinct odor. Traditionally, it has been used for perfume making. Today, the oil is found in various forms, such as essential oil, lotion, soap. It is also highly appreciated in aromatherapy and many preparations have lavender oil in its composition. This unique oil is perfectly combined with other essential oils, such as sage, cedar, nutmeg.

Benefits of Lavender Essential Oil

The health effects of the oil imply its ability to relieve pain, nervousness, tension, anxiety, nourish skin and hair and even act as a natural repellant. Here are some of the best-known benefits of this amazing plant’s oil:

1.Central nervous system

Lavender Essential oil has a calming scent that makes it great for anxiety and mood. In addition to the relaxation of the organism, it is excellent for migraine problems, headaches, depression, nervous tension and emotional stress.

2. Insomnia

Lavender is recommended as an alternative remedy for insomnia since it acts on the autonomic nervous system. The oil can be poured onto the pillow, which will further alleviate the body, or immediately inhale a few drops before sleeping.

3. It relieves pain

Such as muscle cramps, rheumatism, lumbago, arthritis. It’s acting anti-inflammatory and soothing, eliminating pain and stiffness. Massage with the lavender oil also relieves muscle and bone pain. The essential oil is diluted in body milk or some basic oil and has been used for massage.

4. Respiratory problems

Effectively eliminates respiratory infections, flu, asthma, sinusitis, laryngitis, bronchitis and tonsillitis, pain and inflammation in the oral cavity. The oil can be inhaled. Inhalation can be dry or damp. In dry inhalation, 2-3 drops of essential oil of lavender are applied to the cotton wool and inhaled for several minutes, while wet inhalation is applied with boiling water in which a few drops of oil are accumulated.

5. Immunity

Antibacterial and antiviral properties of lavender oil simply make it an excellent ally against various diseases.

6. Digestive tract

Internal use of essential oil of lavender stimulates the digestion of food, increases the secretion of gastric juices. It also relieves stomach pain, diarrhea, and nausea.

7. Skin Care

Lavender oil is well known for its antiseptic and antifungal effects. That’s why it is used to treat problems such as psoriasis, eczema and atopic or seborrheic dermatitis. It is also excellent in the treatment of dry, dehydrated skin, prone to borax. A couple of drops added to your day or night cream will be perfect. Your skin will be grateful to you.

Based on the experience of dermatologists and aromatherapists, it is the most appreciated oil for the treatment of skin which is prone to acne. Acne most commonly occurs when the sebum cannot be adequately excreted from the gland on the face, leading to increased secretion of the same and to frequent infections. All this makes a vicious circle of irritation, infections, inflammatory and painful processes on the face. The essential oil inhibits a bacteria that causes infection which destroys them, helping to regulate sebum and prevents the onset of scars when acne begins to retreat. By adding the oil to your lotion or cream, there will be visible improvements on the skin.

8. Hair Care

Lavender oil has proven to be very helpful in resolving hair loss and alopecia problems. By massaging the scalp, dandruff gets removed and hair growth is stimulated. It can be added to a hair shampoo or a conditioner for better care.

9. Repellant

Last, but not least, the oil is known as an excellent repellent, it is good in preventing the stings and biting of insects. It is also used to protect wardrobe cabinets. If it comes to stinging, this oil is the only oil that can be directly applied to the skin in an unbreakable form. The oil will exhibit anti-inflammatory effects and will reduce redness, pain and itching.

As with most essential oils, Lavender should not be used by pregnant women, nurses, diabetics and people allergic to it.

Melissa Oil Usage

As we already wrote, Melissa Essential Oil is beneficial for our overall health, it can be used in the prevention and treatment of various health issues in early stages and to fight the ones that are already attacking our organism. An interesting fact is how this amazing product got its name – Melissa. Namely, it comes from the Greek word for ”honey bee”, mostly because of its sweet fragrance, with the citrus notes. The Melissa plant, also known as lemon balm. Two most important chemical components of this oil are neral and geranial, that are giving this product its soothing properties. If you are thinking of getting our lemon balm oil, you are probably wondering how you can use it and get the best out of this product. We are here to inform you and make your choice and usage easier. If you want to use other oils together with Melissa – citrus, rose, vanilla or lavender oil might be a good combination.

Variations of using lemon balm oil

One of the most effective and important benefits of this sweet balm is on our immune system. If you decide to use it internally, you can put a couple of drops into a cup of tea or another beverage and drink it. If you are having trouble falling asleep or if you are waking up during the night, a cup of warm tea or milk with 1-2 drops of lemon balm oil is a perfect choice. Here’s one more advice on how to get a night of quality sleep; spill the oil in your diffuser before going to bed.

Another effective way of using this oil is to put it in your bath water, it’s desirable to be running bath water, so you can mix it with oil easier.

If you want to use it for and on your face or your body, you can put our lemon oil into a spray bottle with water and shake it. You can then sprinkle your face with this mixed spray. You will refresh and rejuvenate your skin with this simple, yet efficient mixture. The same effect is if you add Melissa oil to your face cream or moisturizer. Or you can even make your own natural face cream by mixing coconut oil or shea butter with lemon balm oil.

For softer and healthier lips, make a natural balm using beeswax, peppermint, and our oil.

Our lemon balm oil can also be used if you are feeling nervous or anxious. The best way to use it on these occasions is to inhale it. How? Rub a little bit of oil on the palms and breathe in. You will release the stress instantly.

There are various combinations of natural products that can be used with Melissa oil in order to get healthy skin products.

Precautions of Melissa Essential Oil

Be careful with using the oil, always test it on your skin before you use it. If possible, use it on your feet instead of your arms. Some sensitive skin types might be slightly irritated, so take care on how and where you use this product. Keep it out of your nose, eyes, and ears.

If you are planning on using our or any other essential oil for a longer period of time, you should advise with some experts, like essential oil coach or your health-care provider in order to avoid possible unwanted effects of long usage of the product.