Benefits of Essential Oils

The Benefits of essential oils

The vignettes for each oil below provide a descriptor of the scent and an overview of the main benefits of each essential oil. 

Note that these properties were compiled from books on aromatherapy and natural wellness. The Nature of Things does not endorse health claims and always advises to use basic safety caution when using the oils and seek advise from a qualified physician if you suffer from any illness.

 



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