Aromatherapy all Thing you Should be Know

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Aromatherapy all Thing you Should be Know

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A Variety of Aromatherapy Oils

Costus root’s Latin name is Sassuriea Costus. The oils were extracted from plant roots and processed via steam. The India based oils grow black flowers, which the dried plant roots are separated, softened, and soaked in warm water. The plants are then made into Costus root through the steam distillation process. The oils are brown or yellow, and the common use is to work as an antiseptic, antiviral, febrifuge, antispasmodic, bactericidal, and so on. The oils are claimed to heal those dealing with hypertension, stomach acids, and so on. In addition, Costus root oils are used to make perfumes and cosmetics. Costus roots are also an ingredient in Soda pops and alcohol, as well as in specific foods. The soft aromas blend with Ylang oils, floral scents, patchouli, Oriental oils, and so on. Costus Root, however, is a dermal irritant, which is not recommended as aromatherapy.

Coriander essential oils also named Coriandrum Sativum was extracted via the steam distillation process from plant seeds. Russia based oil produces aroma from its plant. The plants are from the native lands of Asia and throughout Mediterranean areas and are grown for the purpose of its aromatic leaves. The aroma is also used in cooking. The oils are also called Chinese parsley. Coriander oils are clear or pale yellow and are commonly used as an aphrodisiac, analgesic, deodorant, antispasmodic, and so on. The oils relieve mental fatigue, rheumatism, nervous disorders, tension, migraines, arthritis, colds, flu, muscle spasms, and so on. The medium strength aromas blend with cinnamon, orange, pink or white oils, ginger, lemon, and so on. The people throughout the lands of Egypt used Coriander more so as an aphrodisiac. India used the oils as a flavoring for foods, while the Greeks and Romans used the oils to flavor their wine.

Copaiba Balsam is another of the essential oils known as Copaifera Officinalis. The oils were steam distilled extracted from crude resin plants. Copaiba Balsam begun in Brazil, yet the oils are now spread throughout the country. The pale yellow oils are commonly used to balance, soothe and uplift the mind and body. Blended aromatherapy oils used with Copaiba Balsam is said to extend life. The medium strength oils blend with spicy oils, floral oils, etc. The oil also has an aphrodisiac agent, which works well with Jasmine, sandalwood, rose, frankincense, vanilla, Ylang oils, and so on. The oils are also used in colognes, soap, perfumes, detergents, and so on.

Clove Bud oils named Syzgium Aromaticum as well came from India. The oils were extracted via steam distillation methods from plant buds. The aromatic spices present a strong aromatic scent, which was distilled from the dried flower buds of the tropical clove trees and used as a flavoring for sweet and spicy foods. The evergreen trees come from the family of Myrtle, and from the native Moluccas. In addition, the buds are grown in various tropical regions. The light golden yellow oils are commonly used as a treatment for mild aches and pains, such as toothaches, etc. The oils will help fight colds and flu as well. The scents come in both medium and strong and blend with spicy oils, peppermint, grapefruit, Citronella, Rosemary, rose, orange oils, and lemon oils.

Clementine is an essential oil sometimes known as Citrus Nobilis. The oils were extracted from crude plant peels and through a cold press procedure. The plant originated in Italy. The pale yellow oils are commonly used to revitalize the soul, whilst balancing sleep. Insomniacs could benefit from using this oil. The medium strength oil blends with floral and citrus family scents.



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