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5 Aromatherapy Blends & Their Benefits

Filed Under: Aromatherapy,Herbs at 8:00 pm | By: Mauricio Matusiak, Senior Editor
AromatherapyAromatherapy can be fun in so many different ways. Essential oils have the ability to provide health benefits as well as creating special scents for your home. Mixing and matching essential oils is another great other way to have some fun with aromatherapy and we present you 5 aromatheraphy blends and their health benefits.

1. Eucalyptus + Peppermint = Clear Sinuses

Pretty simple method. If you are congested, just add a few drops of eucalyptus and peppermint oils to a tub with hot water. Get in, and make sure you breathe the vapors, which help open up the sinuses. A simple and relaxing way to treat chronic sinus problems.

2. Lavender + Bergamot = Relaxation

Lavender essential oils have been known to promote relaxation but if you are looking for an extra, add bergamot oil as well. This citrus oil not contain a wonderful smell but can also help relax your body and you mind.

3. Lemon + Rosemary = Clear Your Mind

A common combination used by many aromatherapy lovers, lemon and rosemary may be helpful to clear your mind. Rosemary has a stimulating effect on the central nerve system and along with lemon oil can help clear your mind as well as increase focus and attention.

4. Geranium + Lavender + Rose = Calming

The combination of geranium, lavender, and rose can be found in some personal care products such as shampoos and skin lotions. Plus, this combo is often used for a relaxing bath.

5. Cedarwood + Lemon = Stress Relief

Another great pair of essential oils, cedarwood and lemon are useful for purposes of relaxation and some people believe they work together to promote stress relief.

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3 Responses to “5 Aromatherapy Blends & Their Benefits”

  1. Dianne Kelsey says:

    I wish you would carry Tisserand brand essential oils. They are steam distilled oils from organic plants, which are the most pure.As a retired massage therapist,I won’ t use anything else.They are very hard to find here in the States now,especially a wide selection of them. It’ s really too bad.

  2. Essential oils says:

    Try this

  3. Sophia says:

    Thank you for this post! Are the oils to be mixed in equal parts?

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