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Oregano Essential Oil:
Oregano oil is one of the more potent oils in the natural medicine cabinet. It is used to promote a deep level of wellness when you most need it due to its potent purifying qualities.
Thyme Essential Oil:
Thyme oil ranks high on the versatility index of essential oils. It is indicated for boosting wellness, and is useful in the diffuser to aid deep breath. Thyme can be used to uplift mood and enhance mental stamina. In the diffuser with other oils such as conifers, thyme oil supports the mind, memory, and concentration.
Tulsi Essential Oil:
Tulsi, the “Queen of Herbs” is an aromatic jewel that belongs in every medicine chest. During the challenging winter months, reach for Tulsi first when filling your diffuser. Tulsi, or “the incomparable one”, is thought to embody a powerful purifying radiance that refines body, mind and spirit. It brilliantly boosts vitality and can be diffused daily to maintain resilient health. This oil has been used for centuries and is cherished for its protective and uplifting nature.
Sweet Fennel Essential Oil:
Sweet and herbaceous, sweet fennel oil has an affinity for the digestive, respiratory and musculoskeletal systems. Sweet fennel essential oil is believed to bring strength and courage in the face of adversity.
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Learn more about the important properties of these oils in
Module 4: The Spices in the Pharmacy of Flowers home training on how to use essential oils.
Safety Guidelines for Oregano Oil:
Due to its high thymol content, oregano oil is a dermocaustic "hot" oil. Never apply oregano oil undiluted to skin. It is also a mucous membrane irritant and should be used with caution. Do not take oregano essential oil internally. Pregnant women, nursing mothers and children should not use this product without first consulting a licensed healthcare practitioner.
Safety Guidelines for Thyme Oil
Caution: thyme oil is extremely dermo-caustic; do not apply directly to the skin. Do not use during pregnancy or if you have high blood pressure. May cause irritation to sensitive skin. Dilute at 1% or less. Do not take thyme essential oil internally.
Safety Guidelines for Tulsi Oil
Tulsi essential oil is dermo-caustic and should only be applied topically in extreme dilution (.5% or less). Non-toxic and non-sensitizing when diluted appropriately. Do not use during pregnancy. Avoid if susceptible to epilepsy. Do not use on children under two years old. Do not take tulsi essential oil internally.
Safety Guidelines for Sweet Fennel Oil
Sweet fennel oil is non-toxic and non-sensitizing. May cause mild skin irritation. Sweet fennel is often contraindicated during pregnancy, for breast-feeding mothers, and in cases of epilepsy and estrogen-linked cancers. Do not take sweet fennel essential oil internally.
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