Essential oils of natural and plant origin- PRODUCT NOT FOR VAPING
Eirehorse offers 100 percent. natural essential oils that are obtained by distillation, squeezing or chemical extraction methods. What distinguishes them? Most often they have one dominant scent note, they are natural plant extracts and obtained from all over the world. The oils meet all marketing approval standards, IFRA conditions, safety data sheets, laboratory analyzes, numerous certificates and are dermatologically tested. In addition, they have the required CPNP cosmetic registration in accordance with the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No. 1223/2009 of November 30, 2009. Our many years of experience means that we can guarantee our customers only the highest quality products.
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Feel the effectiveness of essential oils
Essential oils have a very intense impact on the most sensitive human zones. Modern medicine is discovering the power of essential oils that are the essence of every plant. Needless to say, the importance of fragrances to restore our spiritual balance. The power of natural essential oils is irreplaceable. They show strong antibacterial, antiviral and anti-aging properties, and are a valuable source of active ingredients and vitamins, which allows them to perfectly protect our body.
Essential oils are most often used for massage, inhalation, bathing, sauna, as well as for body, skin and hair care. Essential oils of natural origin bring effective healing results and are also an excellent form of cleansing.
Natural essential oils are called "natural home medicine". They can work wonders - they bring immediate results. After using them, you will limit the use of generally available pharmaceuticals. Maybe it's time to clean up your medicine cabinet and feel the effectiveness of natural oils.
We invite you to discover the power of nature!
Essential oils: properties and application, how to use them?
Essential oils (fragrance oils) are helpful in treating a variety of ailments, from headaches to rheumatism and digestive problems. Therefore, they have been used in natural medicine. Learn about the properties and uses of essential oils, and learn how to identify and use natural essential oils. Also find out about the action of individual essential oils!
Essential oils are a boon of nature, which humanity has been using since 3000 BC. Essential oils were already known in ancient Egypt, Macedonia and India. The famous Medieval physician Avicenna is believed to be the first person to distill essential oils. He even developed various massage techniques using essential oils. The use of oils was so widely used that even a separate child emerged - aromatherapy - dealing with their use for healing and therapeutic purposes.
Properties of essential oils
Essential oils are obtained from plants - currently we know about 2,000 different essential oil plants, found all over the world, but mainly in the tropical zone. These plants have oils in every part of them: flowers, stems, roots, seeds, resin. Essential oils are obtained in several ways, usually by steam distillation, cold pressing or alcohol extraction. It is worth adding that for the purposes of aromatherapy, a small percentage of the obtained essential oils is obtained - about 10% - the rest is used by pharmaceutical and food companies and from the production of perfumes. Essential oils combine with alcohols and fats.
Essential oils are not soluble in water.
Each natural essential oil contains at least several dozen compounds, including alcohols, esters, aldehydes, terpenes, ketones. However, it is worth remembering that while the oil itself contains many ingredients, when buying a natural essential oil, make sure that it contains ... only one ingredient. The manufacturer does not distinguish all the compounds contained in a specific essential oil (not all of them are known to us all the time), but informs what kind of oil we have bought, e.g. oleum citrus nobilis - mandarin oil, oleum citrus limonum - lemon oil, eucalipti oleum globulus - eucalyptus oil, oleum citrus grandis - grapefruit oil, oleum pinus silvestris - sandalwood oil, etc.
The properties of essential oils are very diverse - it all depends on which one you choose. Below is a table with the properties and application of the most popular of them - see which one will be the most effective in specific cases!
Lavender oil has a calming effect - it's the perfect remedy for tarnished nerves. It is also used to soothe various types of pains: muscular, menstrual, rheumatic. Lavender oil is also often an ingredient of preparations for cellulite.
Lemon oil used in the production of acne cosmetics - prevents the formation of blackheads and regulates the secretion of sebum. Lemon oil also has a bactericidal and toning effect. It inhibits the action of free radicals and slows down the breakdown of collagen fibers, so it also has anti-aging properties.
Eucalyptus oil is used to prepare inhalations in the treatment of colds and colds. It has a disinfecting and cleansing effect.
Pine oil, just like eucalyptus oil, pine oil is used in respiratory infections of the body, it also increases our immunity. However, it can cause allergic reactions in people with very sensitive skin.
Cedar oil will work for people with cardiovascular and digestive system diseases because it cleans the veins and digestive tract.
Tea tree oil has antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties. It cleans pores and helps fight acne and skin fungus.
Basil oil improves concentration, helps with insomnia, gastric problems, as well as in the case of various types of pains: rheumatic, migraine, menstrual.
Jasmine oil is known primarily as an aphrodisiac, also used as an ingredient in cosmetic oils and hair oiling preparations.
Peppermint oil has an analgesic effect - thanks to the menthol content, it gives a feeling of coolness on the skin. It is also used during inhalation and in the case of gastric ailments. Often used in home aromatherapy fireplaces.
How to choose an essential oil for ailments?
- Headaches: basil, hyssop, lavender, marjoram, mint, geranium oils.
- Hypertension: lavender, marjoram, rosemary, rose, sage and ylang oils.
- Hypotension: bergamot, mint, lavender, lemon oils.
- Colds: runny nose, cough: anise, cypress, eucalyptus, tea, lavender, mint, rosemary oils.
- Stress: juniper, lavender, lemon balm, neroli, geranium and rose oils.
- Digestive disorders: lemon, caraway, coriander, lavender, mint, geranium, rose and sandalwood oils.
- Rheumatic pains: ginger, coriander, cypress and eucalyptus oils.
- Muscle aches: cypress, juniper, lavender, mint, rosemary oils.
- Insomnia: rose, geranium, juniper, lavender, marjoram and mandarin oils.
- Apathy: hyssop, mint, rosemary and thyme oils.
- Fatigue and lack of concentration: basil, geranium, mint, rosemary oils.
- Depression: Basil, Lemon, Fir, Lavender, Neroli, Patchouli, Orange, Rose, Pine, Ylang Oil.
- Anxiety: marjoram, mandarin, neroli and ylang oil.
- Changeable mood: cypress, geranium, mandarin, orange and sandalwood oils.
How To Use Essential Oils?
Essential oils can be used in three ways:
Inhalation with oils can be done with a diffuser (this is the method most often used for colds and for cleansing the sinuses). People suffering from insomnia and headaches can put one or two drops of the appropriate essential oil on the pillow before going to bed. Fragrance therapy can also be performed by sprinkling a little oil into an aromatherapy fireplace, into a vessel with warm water or onto a handkerchief that you put on your nose.
Topically on the skin
Another effective way to use oils is by rubbing them into your skin. Through the pores of the skin, the ethereal particles enter the bloodstream instantly (after just 30 seconds). Most often, oils are rubbed on the hands, soles of the feet, auricles and around the nape of the neck, but you can also use them to massage the whole body.
Important! Some oils can be very potent and many of them irritate the skin, so you need to dilute an essential oil with a base oil before using it. Most often it is one of the vegetable oils, e.g. coconut or olive oil. It is assumed that the best ratio is 1 drop of essential oil to 6 drops of base oil.
Oils for internal use should be approved for oral use (information on this must appear on the packaging). Depending on the ailments, you can put a few drops of the oil under the tongue, you can rinse your mouth with water with a little oil or dilute it with any liquid and drink it.
Good to know
Essential oils and pregnancy
The use of essential oils during pregnancy is not recommended, especially in the first trimester and in women who have had a previous miscarriage. Some of them can cause contractions that are threatening the pregnancy. We are talking mainly about hyssop, cypress, lavender, rosemary, juniper, basil, marjoram, sage and nutmeg oils.
Descriptions of the methods of use and recipes for using individual oils are placed on the packaging.
All information under the products is for informational purposes only. Please be advised that I waive any responsibility for the use of essential oils by another person. Always see your doctor for exact indications.
For therapeutic purposes, always ask the pharmacist / doctor for advice.