Lemongrass essential oil has been used for decades to treat respiratory infections, sinusitis, bladder infections, high cholesterol, digestive problem, varicose veins and also for regeneration of connective tissue. It has anti spasmodic, anti-pyretic, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-septic, insect repellent, sedative, vasodilator and flavoring properties. In china, it has been used traditionally as a remedy for stomach and liver diseases and also to treat rheumatism. Since lemongrass oil possess various pharmacological actions, it is also quite useful in dentistry.

July 13, 2024

Essential oils multiple mechanisms of action and neurological properties make them leading solutions to preserve and restore memory function. Petitgrain essential oil is derived from the water distillation process on mandarin (Citrus reticulata) leaves. The Citrus genus is known for its contribution to medicinal activities. Petitgrain essential oil is derived from the leaves and green twigs of the mandarin plant (Citrus reticulata). It has numerous uses in herbal medicine. This oil has a very good reputation as a nerve tonic.

July 5, 2024

In folk medicine, rosemary has been associated for centuries with having a good memory.  The plant takes its name from rosmarinus, a Latin term meaning sea dew. Ros (meaning dew) and marinus (meaning sea), which translates to dew of the sea or sea dew. According to Greek methology, rosemary was draped around the neck of Aphrodite as she rose from the sea, and hence the name dew of the sea.The Rosemary plant not only smells nice and looks nice when growing in our garden. It also appears that it increases our brain power.

A study published in the Psychogeriatrics journal found that rosemary oil aromatherapy can boost memory, prevent and slow Alzheimer's disease in 28 elderly patients with dementia and Alzheimer's. Rosemary has also been associated with relieving stress and anxiety. One study suggests that rosemary, combined with other pleasant-smelling oils, may lower cortisol levels and help reduce anxiety.

June 29, 2024

Ahhh! There’s nothing quite as refreshing as drinking a tall glass of water. But there’s much more to water than meets the eye—or dry mouth. For instance, did you know that your body contains more water than any other substance? Or that every system in your body needs it to function properly?

Water gets rid of waste, regulates body temperature, provides cushioning for joints, and can protect sensitive tissue—along with a sea of other benefits. But are you a fish out of water when it comes to hydration? 

Whether you’re looking for a creative way to increase your daily water intake, cutting down on sodas or sugary drinks, or wanting to reap the internal benefits of a particular essential oil, adding essential oils to your water is one of the most effective ways to meet your goals, while enjoying a tasty drink

June 15, 2024

Scalp psoriasis and dandruff are common dermatological conditions affecting a significant portion of the population worldwide. These conditions can cause scalp itching, flaking, inflammation, and discomfort, negatively impacting the quality of life. Traditional treatments for scalp psoriasis and dandruff often involve the use of corticosteroids and antifungal agents, which may have side effects and limited efficacy. Therefore, there is a need for alternative therapies that are safe, effective, and well-tolerated.

Cananga odorata, commonly known as Ylang-Ylang, is a tropical plant native to Southeast Asia. It is known for its aromatic properties and has traditionally been used with various therapeutic purposes, including treatment of skin disorders. Ylang-Ylang essential oil extracted from the plant possesses antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties, making it a potential candidate for treating scalp psoriasis and dandruff.


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