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1. Citronella Ceylon (Cymbopogon nardus - Sri Lanka)

Citronella essential oil, derived from a fragrant grass akin to lemongrass, is sourced from Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Indonesia. This pale yellow to yellowish-brown oil boasts a robust lemony aroma and is often used in massage oils to alleviate rheumatism. Its most popular application is as an insect repellent and it is also utilized in the production of soap and household disinfectants. When blended with Lemongrass and Eucalyptus, it creates a soothing scent perfect for room sprays. Citronella nardus, in particular, is known for its subtle lemony notes.


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2. Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus - China)

Eucalyptus apparently useful for skin eruption like herpes and good for burns, preventing bacterial growth and subsequent pus formation, aiding construction of new tissue, has a cooling effect upon the emotions, aids concentration and strengthens the nervous system. Its antiviral action works well on the respiratory tract, soothing inflammation and easing mucus, particularly well for influenza, throat infection, coughs, catarrhal conditions and sinusitis, clear the head due to stuffiness from colds fever. Blend well with Lavender and Lemongrass.


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3. Orange Sweet (Citrus sinensis - Brazil)

Orange has a very calming action on the stomach especially in nervous states, quells the proverbial butterflies. It also stimulates bile and could help digestion of fats. Aids absorption of Vitamin C, which action could ward off viral infections, seems to have a good effect on colds and fever conditions by bringing down temperature. Helps with the formation of collagen, vital for growth and repair of body tissues, and together with its relaxing nature seems to be an effective palliative with painful. Its relaxing nature could be beneficial to insomnia.


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4. Basil Sweet (Ocimum basilicum ct. methyl chavicol - Thailand)

Sweet Basil is a good tonic for the nerves especially when feeling fragile, sharpening the senses and encouraging concentration. Apparently calms nervous disorders, yet seems to have and uplifting effect on depression. Basil seems to have a beneficial action on the respiratory tract and is often used for sinus congestion, asthma and influenza. Also effective in digestive disorders, imitates the oestrogen hormone and often useful with menstrual problem such as scanty periods and engorgements of breasts. It gives rapid expulsion of afterbirth.


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5. Citronella (Cymbopogon winterianus - Thailand)

Citronella essential oil is obtained from a scented grass similar to lemongrass that grows and is cultivated in Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Indonesia. It is usually pale yellow to yellowish-brown with a powerful lemony scent. It can be used in a massage oil for rheumatism and is most widely used as an insect repellent as well as in the manufacture of soap and household disinfectants. This oil blends well with Lemongrass and Eucalyptus to make a softer scent for making insect repellent room sprays. Citronella winterianus has a very strong characteristic.


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6. Clove Leaf (Eugenia caryophyllus - Madagascar)

Clove leaf is the first choice as first aid for toothache. A couple of drops of clove essential oil on a cotton wool bud, applied to the aching tooth, has a slight anesthetic affect, relieving pain for a few hours. If the pain is caused by a lost filling, a piece of cotton wool soaked in clove oil and inserted into the cavity will have the same analgesic, anesthetic effect. It strong antiseptic properties make clove good at preventing colds and influenza. Overall, clove is pain-relieving, comforting and revitalizing. Clove Leaf is lighter oil comparing with Clove Bud.


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7. Eucalyptus Spain (Eucalyptus globulus - Spain)

Eucalyptus boasts a variety of benefits. Its antiviral properties make it useful for skin eruptions such as herpes and burns, and it helps to prevent bacterial growth and aids in new tissue formation. Its cooling effect eases emotional turmoil, improves concentration and strengthens the nervous system. Additionally, it has a soothing effect on the respiratory tract, providing relief from inflammation and mucus, making it effective for influenza, throat infections, coughs, catarrhal conditions and sinusitis. The oil from Spain is considered to be of higher quality.


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8. Eucalyptus Lemon (Eucalyptus citriodora - Madagascar)

Eucalyptus Lemon is an excellent choice for colds, sore throats and flu. Steam inhalations with lemon-scented eucalyptus help clear the sinuses and relieve headaches. A couple of drops of lemon-scented eucalyptus used in the bath, perhaps blended with lavender and rosemary, is refreshing and uplifting, good for athletes foot, herpes and dandruff, and makes an excellent insect repellent. It dispels fatigue and debility; it also clears the mind and can assist in making decisions, useful in meditations to keep the min clear and focused.


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9. Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus - Thailand)

Very useful for stimulating, reviving and in states of exhaustion. Lifts the spirits and gets things moving again. A revitalizing action makes it a good tonic for the body. It gives a boost to the parasympathetic nerves, which aid recovery from illness stimulating glandular secretions and the muscles in digestion. Encourages appetite and could be helpful with colitis, indigestion and gastro-enteritis. Excellent for aching muscles, relieves pain and make them suppler since it helps to eliminate lactic acid and stimulate circulation. Good for using as insect repellent.


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10. Wild Mint (Mentha arvensis - Nepal)

Wild Mint has a dual action by cooling when hot and warming when cold. This makes it a good remedy for colds by halting mucus and fevers and encouraging perspiration, useful in respiratory disorders generally as well as dry coughs and sinus congestion. It has a relaxing and slightly anesthetic effect on stomach muscles, may be helpful for kidney and liver disorders. Its cooling nature seems to relieve states of anger and nervous trembling, excellent for mental fatigue and depression. Blend well with Cypress, Lavender, Marjoram and Rosemary.


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11. Anise Star (Illicium verum - Thailand)

Anise Star is native to China, Vietnam, and Thailand. It has colorless to pale yellow oil with a warm, spicy-sweet aroma. Known for its beneficial effects on the digestive system, it provide relief from colic and flatulence. Additionally, it has been traditionally used as a stimulant for cardiac fatigue while also helping to ease palpitations. It is a general tonic for the circulatory system and respiratory tract, and has been known to alleviate asthma and breathing difficulties. With its stimulating and warming, it can also be useful for relieving colds.


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12. Basil Wild (Ocimum gratissimum - Vietnam)

It is also known as "African basil" or "clove basil." It is a perennial herb in the mint family, native to tropical Africa, and it is known for its strong, spicy and clove-like aroma. The leaves of the plant are steam-distilled to produce the essential oil, which is used in perfumery, aromatherapy, and traditional medicine. It is known to have many beneficial properties such as being antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic. It is also commonly used to relieve stress, headaches and to boost the immune system.


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13. Cajeput (Melaleuca leucadendron var. cajuputi - Indonesia)

Cajeput is best known as an inhalation for colds and other respiratory infections, and effectively clears the nasal passages while inhibiting the bacteria that proliferate in the mucus formed during colds and flu. It also has pain-killing properties which help to reduce the discomfort of sore throats and headaches that accompany colds. The essential oil can irritate the skin, it need to be well diluted and should not be contacted with the mucous membranes. For situation that might be used on the skin, Tea Tree would be a safer choice.


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14. Cedarwood Atlas (Cedarus atlantica - Morocco)

Cedarwood is fortifying, calming and opening. It is the first choice for men skin and hair-care products. It improves oily skin, acne and dandruff. It is also good for treating urinary-tract infections, coughs and chronic bronchitis. Psychologically, cedarwood reduces fear and helps you discover inner strength and courage. It is good for calming nervous tension and stress. Cedarwood is good in meditations and especially helps to instill confidence. It is a good general tonic for strengthening subtle energies. Cedarwood must be avoided to use during pregnancy.


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15. Clove Bud (Eugenia caryophyllus - Indonesia)

Clove bud is the first choice as first aid for toothache. A couple of drops of clove essential oil on a cotton wool bud, applied to the aching tooth, has a slight anesthetic affect, relieving pain for a few hours. If the pain is caused by a lost filling, a piece of cotton wool soaked in clove oil and inserted into the cavity will have the same analgesic, anesthetic effect. It strong antiseptic properties make clove good at preventing colds and influenza. Overall, clove is pain-relieving, comforting and revitalizing. Psychologically, clove is both restorative and stimulating.


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