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Essential Oils Uses Chart – A Quick Reference

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Use this essential oils uses chart as a quick reference or guide to know how to use some of the most popular essential oils, including Lavender, Lemon, Peppermint, and Tea Tree.

Lavender – calming and relaxing properties, promotes peaceful sleep, and useful for relieving tension. Quick use tip: Diffuse to promote relaxation and relieve tension.

Lemon – energizing, uplifting, and invigorating properties, also useful for cleaning. Quick use tip: Use a few drops of Lemon oil to remove sticky residue from surfaces.

Peppermint- energizing and refreshing properties, also promotes healthy respiratory function. Quick use tip: Diffuse for a quick pick-me-up and promote energy.

Frankincense- calming and relaxing properties, promotes healthy cellular function, and reduces appearance of skin imperfections. Quick use tip: To rejuvenate skin, wash face, then add 2 – 3 drops to 1 oz. of almond carrier oil and gently massage onto face.

Tea Tree (Melaleuca) -purifying, cleansing, and rejuvenating properties, also promotes healthy immune system function. Quick use tip: Help support clean facial pores with Melaleuca oil diluted in coconut oil.

Roman Chamomile- calming and relaxing properties, also promotes healthy immune system function. Quick use tip: For more restful sleep, diffuse before bedtime.

Eucalyptus – calming and relaxing properties, promotes feelings of clear breathing. Quick use tip: To promote healthy respiratory function, dilute several drops with your favorite carrier oil and rub on chest.

Grapefruit- invigorating and energizing properties, supports healthy metabolism. Quick use tip: Diffuse Grapefruit oil to promote energy and clarity.

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