Essential oils have become hugely popular in recent decades, although they have been in use for thousands of years in traditional medicine practices. These concentrated extracts of various plants, flowers, and herbs have potent active compounds, giving them a number of uses at home and for relaxing purposes, as well as for cosmetic and medicinal applications.
Lavender oil is an essential oil derived from the lavender plant. It can be taken orally, applied to the skin, and breathed in through aromatherapy. Using lavender oil for skin has been a traditional aromatherapy practice because of the essential oil’s powerful moisturizing, antibacterial, and antiseptic properties.
The essential oil of sandalwood is extracted through steam distillation of wood from matured sandalwood trees which are 40-80 years old. Sourced from various types of sandalwood tree of the genus Santalum, it is a type of essential oil commonly used in aromatherapy.
Rose essential oil is a type of essential oil commonly used in aromatherapy. Sourced from the Rosa damascena plant, it contains the flower's aromatic compounds. Because these compounds are thought to possess healing properties, rose essential oil is used for several health-related purposes.
Jasmine oil, a type of essential oil derived from the jasmine flower, is a popular natural remedy for improving mood, overcoming stress and balancing hormones. Jasmine oil has been used for hundreds of years in parts of Asia as a natural remedy for depression, anxiety, emotional stress, low libido and insomnia.
Chamomile has long been recognized for its therapeutic value in folk & traditional medicine. Chamomile oil is extracted from the flowers of the chamomile plant. It has a therapeutic, calming effect on the skin, mind, and body, Soothes the systems of the body & may help support healthy immune system function.
The essential oil of tea tree is extracted through steam distillation of twigs and leaves of tea tree, which has the botanical name Melaleuca alternifolia. The oil possesses antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antifungal properties. Tea tree oil is applied to the skin (used topically) for infections.
Jojoba oil is the liquid extracted from the seeds of the jojoba plant (Simmondsia Chinensis), the seeds of this plant are composed of nearly 50% oil. This oil is a rich source of oleic acid, eicosenoic acid, and erucic acid, it has antioxidant, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory effects on the body.
Neem oil is derived from the seeds and fruit of the neem tree (Azadirachta indica), which is native to India and widely used for medicinal and agricultural purposes. Nimbin and azadirachtin are two of the key active antioxidants in neem oil which gives the oil its antiseptic, antifungal, antipyretic, and antihistamine properties.
Bhringaraj oil (also called Bhringraj Tail, Bhringaraj Hair Oil) is an Ayurvedic classical medicine. It contains a combination of extracts of the bhringaraj plant (Eclipta alba) and a natural oil (typically sesame or coconut). It helps treating gray hair, hair fall, headache and mental weakness. It also increases memory, promotes hair growth and prevents hair damage.
Sesame oil is one of the most widely and commonly used products in Ayurveda. From an Ayurvedic perspective, it is sweet, pungent, astringent, and bitter, and has a heating effect. The health benefits of Sesame Oil is such that it helps in treats premature greying of hair, treats the symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis, lowers blood pressure, fights stress and depression.
In Ayurvedic medicine, ashwagandha is characterized as a rasayana which means that it’s used to promote your physical and mental health, to defend your body against disease and damaging environmental factors, and to slow down the aging process. Ashwagandha Oil is a deeply penetrating and warming oil that nourishes the bones, muscles and tissues.
Turmeric essential oil is derived from the root of the turmeric plant . This Oil has a huge range of health benefits and uses, including its ability to reduce inflammation, detoxify the body, help prevent cancer, optimize digestion, prevent hair loss, improve the health of the skin, strengthen the immune system, protect the heart, add flavor to food, and boost cognition, among others.