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Important Advice


• Essential oils should always be diluted in a base oil such as hazelnut or almond which are both high in vitamin E, before applying to the skin.
• NEVER take the oils internally unless recommended by a qualified medical practitioner.
• Avoid contact with the eyes.
• Certain oils should not be used during pregnancy because of their stimulating effects (see individual oil description).
• Please follow all warning references of each oil.
 
 

REFERENCE:
0: DO NOT USE DURING PREGNANCY
I: MAY CAUSE IRRITATION IN SOME INDIVIDUALS. USE SPARINGLY
T: TOXIC, DO NOT TAKE INTERNALLY. FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY

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NAIOULI (antiseptic):
Used for a wide variety of ailments such as muscular aches and pains, cuts and infections. Used with base oil as a massage treatment it also boosts circulation. Good for acne and minor skin injuries has a scent which is eucalyptus-like, fresh and spicy.
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NEROLI (confidence):
Excellent for stress, this oil is made from orange blossoms. Used in bridal bouquets and wreaths the ancients fully appreciated the uses of this very valuable oil. Used widely as a perfume, It harmonises and beautifies the skin to a glow and it's also an aphrodisiac. intense sweet-spicy bitter it blends with most oils chamomile, coriander, geranium, benzoin, clary sage, jasmine, lavender, rose, ylang ylang, lemon and other citrus oils. Good for PMT
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ORANGE (tonic and sedative):
Made from the peel, this oil Is good for general skin care, ceilulite, mouth ulcers, obesity, water retention, depression and insomnia. Refreshing as a summer bath blends well with lavender, neroli, lemon, clary sage, myrrh, and spice oils.
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PALMAROSA
(stimulating, invigorating):
Good for the skin, heals scars, sores and wrinkles. Valuable for all types of treatment to the face, hands, feet, neck and lips. Moisturises the skin, stimulates cell regeneration, also good for the treatment of anorexia and other digestive problems. Blends well with geranium, sandlewood and cedarwood.
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PATCHOULI (aphrodisiac):
The scent of the '60's. its heavy, balsamy-woody, earthy scent is excellent for the hair, getting rid of brittleness, dandruff, flakiness and for treating wounds, also as an anti-inflammatory agent in treating insect bites. As a perfume it blends well with vetiver, sandalwood, cedarwood, geranium, clove, lavender, rose, neroli, bergamot, myrrh and clary sage.
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PEPPER (endurance):
Used for over 4000 years this powerful healing oil is mainly used in treating anaemia. poor muscle tone, rheumatic pain, stiffness, loss of appetite, colds, flu, Infections and viruses. A fresh, dry-woody, warm, spicy scent it blends well with frankincense, sandalwood, lavender, rosemary, marjoram, spices and florals.
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PEPPERMINT (stimulating):
Giving a hot-cold effect it is one of the most refreshing of oils especially for treating sunburn try 4 drops peppermint to 6 drops lavender In a healing bath. When Inhaled it helps all bronchial conditions, headaches, fatigue stress and vertigo. A highly penetrating grassy-minty scent It blends well with, benzoin, rosemary, lavender, marjoram, lemon and eucalyptus. Add to your shampoo for great results.
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PETITGRAIN (antidepressant):
Used mostly in cologne this is a cheaper substitute for Neroli. Excellent for hair combined with rosemary in hair tonics also used in aromatic baths and body oils. A fresh-floral citrus scent and a woody-herbaceous undertone, it blends well with rosemary, lavender, geranium, bergamot, orange, clary sage, jasmine, benzoin and clove.
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PINE (stress reliever):
Widely used by the American Indians for healing and during their ceremonies burnt as an offering, this oil is especially good for the circulation, asthma, bronchitis, coughs and fatigue. The Native Americans used it in their sweat lodges. A strong, sharp dry-balsamic scent it blends well with cedarwood, rosemary, tea tree, sage, lavender, juniper, lemon, eucalyptus and marjoram.
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ROSE (loving):
Traditionally associated with Venus the Goddess of Love, this is a potent aphrodisiac. It Is rejuvenating, astringent and particularly good for dry, sensitive and mature skin yet it can be used In every recipe for all skin types. Its multiple effects make it a highly valuable ingredient well worth Its imposing cost. Cleansing also for the liver. It blends well with Jasmine, cassia, bergamot, lavender, clary sage, sandalwood, patchouli, benzoin, chamomile and clove.
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ROSEMARY (hair): Used by the ancient Greeks it is beneficial In the loss or thinning of hair, loss or change of hair colour, dandruff and cellulite. Add to your shampoo or conditioner liberally. Also effective in facial lotions, cleansing creams, body toners and aromatic baths. A woodsy-herb-like scent It blends well with lavender, white thyme, pine, basil, peppermint, cedarwood, petitgrain, cinnamon and other spice oils.
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SAGE TRUE (antiseptic): A Native American Indian herb of ancient repute, it was believed to strengthen the senses and aid memory. It has been used to treat respiratory infection and digestive complaints. It contains an oestrogen-like active ingredient with a tautening effect, making this oil ideal for aging skin. Great in shampoos and hair oils it helps to eliminate functional disturbances. Its scent is strong and spicy reminiscent of herbs and camphor. It blends well with lavender, hyssop, lemon and other citrus oils.
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SANDALWOOD (self-expression):
One of the oldest known perfume materials as well as in building temples In the East it has been in continuous use for over 4000 years. Traditionally used by men as an aphrodisiac its good for all skin types, added to shampoos or rinses liberally, It grooms dark hair and imparts silky shine. A deep soft, sweet-woody scent it blends well with rose, clove, lavender, black pepper, bergamot, geranium, benzoin, vetiver, patchouli, cassia, myrrh and jasmine.
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TARRAGON (hypnotic):
It has been used by the maharajas of India and in Persia as an appetite stimulant it is excellent for nervous indigestion and PMT It has a sweet-anisic, spicy-green scent and blends well with galbanum, lavender, pine and basil.
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TANGERINE (calming):
In France it is regarded as a safe children's remedy for indigestion, hiccoughs, etc., and also for the elderly since it helps strengthen the digestive function and liver. Also recommended for pregnant women for insomnia, nervous tension and restlessness. A soothing and gentle stimulant, ideal for an oil burner or in a massage blend it mixes well with other citrus oils especially neroli and spice oils such as cinnamon and clove.
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TEA TREE (healing): One of the most important oils of our time it has been used from time immemorial by the aborigines of Australia. A powerful immune-stimulant it can treat any skin disorders candida, herpes blisters, warts, acne, athlete's foot etc. A fresh spicy-herbaceous scent it blends well with lavender, clary sage, rosemary, pine, geranium, marjoram, and spice oils especially clove.
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THYME (stimulating):
Used throughout the Mediterranean region as a folk medicine for millennia it is antiseptic and antibacterial, supports the circulatory system, raises the blood pressure and inhibits infections, It can be used in mouthwashes and added to toothpaste to care for the teeth and gums. it Is also useful in shampoos to combat hair loss. A powerful warm, spicy-herbaeceous scent It blends well with bergamot, lemon, rosemary, lavender, marjoram and pine.
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VETIVER (the oil of tranquillity):
Excellent for use In a bath to combat stress as well as nervous tension, depression and Insomnia. In massage for arthritis, muscular aches and pains, rheumatism and sprains. A dark brown thick and rich oil has an earthy woody scent with a sweet undertone, It blends well with sandalwood, rose, jasmine, patchouli, lavender, clary sage, cassia and ylang ylang.
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YARROW (antiseptic): Native to Eurasia, it can be used to tone the skin and relieve high blood pressure and insomnia. It blends well with cedarwood, pine, chamomile, valerian and vetiver.
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YLANG-YLANG (euphoric aphrodisiac): One of our favourite oils the flowers are spread on the beds of newly wed couples In the East. Used also by the Victorians as a hair ointment, the ancient Greeks and Romans used It for their orgies. It is intensely sweet, soft and floral with a slight spicy undertone. A rich and creamy, intriguing perfume oil in its own right, Its very good for hair growth, general skin care, frigidity, Impotence, Insomnia, nervous tension, anger. It blends well with rose, jasmine, vetiver, bergamot, cassia.
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NOTE: The information listed above is only partial and does not represent the whole story For further reading please ask any of our sales assistants to help you. We carry a wide range of books in our shops about essential oils and related topics. Some suggestions might be Aromatherapy Handbook for beauty hair and skin care by Erich Keller and a must for reference The Encyclopaedia of Essential oils by Julia Lawless.
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