Tea Tree Oil by CupiEssential

Tea Tree Oil

Organic Tea Tree Oil

 

The process of producing essential oils is a very delicate; it requires a lot of attention, a special technique and a lot of experience. Having the essential oil of an herb in a bottle is not that easy as it looks. Many hours, patience and perfection are invested in producing each essential oil. We are in this business of producing and selling E.O. for more than 25 years offering our clients the best quality they deserve, by offering products that represent our brand in the best way possible.

 

Recently, we have added to our list of essential oils a new product, which is Tea Tree Essential Oil. A new product is always a new challenge for us. However, we try our best to bring in the market new products, which are qualified by experts in the field and in our labs as well. The most important qualities for CupiEssential is to keep its originality on producing essential oils and the purest and organic quality in the market.

Our goal is not only to produce these oils, but also to provide helpful information to our clients about our products; their usages and benefits.

Please find below all the information that you need for Tea Tree Essential Oil.

 

History about Tea Tree Essential Oil

 

Tea tree oil, also known as melaleuca, is well-known for its powerful antiseptic properties and ability to treat wounds, which is why it’s one of the top antibacterial essential oils. Tea tree is a volatile essential oil derived mainly from the Australian native plant Melaleuca alternifolia. It’s been widely used throughout Australia for at least the past 100 years and for over seven decades, it’s been documented in numerous medical studies for its ability to kill many strains of bacteria, viruses and fungi.

 

Benefits Of Using Tea Tree Essential Oil

 

  1. Natural Acne Fighter
  2. Improve Psoriasis and Eczema
  3. Boost Hair Health
  4. Cough Reliever
  5. Protect Wounds and Cuts
  6. Fight Toenail Fungus and Ringworm
  7. Improve Foot Odor
  8. Natural DIY Deodorant 
  9. Toothpaste for Oral Healt
  10. Treatment for Lice
  11. Kill Mold
  12. Insect Repellent
  13. Household Cleaner
  14. Laundry Freshener

 

 

 

Usages of Tea Tree Essential Oil

  1. Natural Acne Fighter

One of the most common uses for tea tree oil today is in skin care products, as it’s considered one of the most effective home remedies for acne. You can make a homemade gentle tea tree oil acne face wash by mixing five drops of pure tea tree essential oil with two teaspoons of raw honey. Simply rub the mixture on your face, leave it on for one minute, and then rinse it off with warm water.

  1. Improve Psoriasis and Eczema

Tea tree oil may help relieve many types of skin inflammation, including being used as a natural eczema treatment and for reducing psoriasis. Simply mix one teaspoon of coconut oil, five drops of tea tree oil and five drops of lavender oil to make your own skin improving lotion or body soap.

  1. Boost Hair Health

Tea tree oil has proven very beneficial for the health of your hair and scalp. Like coconut oil for hair, tea tree oil has the ability to soothe dry, flaking scalp and remove dandruff. To make homemade tea tree oil shampoo, mix several drops of tea tree essential oil with aloe vera gel, coconut milk  and other essential oils like lavender oil.

  1. Cough Reliever

To relieve a cough that’s caused by the common cold or another respiratory condition, simply diffuse 5 drops at home, inhale tea tree oil directly from the bottle, or combine 1–2 drops of tea tree with a half-teaspoon of coconut oil and rub the mixture into your chest and back of your neck.

  1. Protect Wounds and Cuts

Tea tree oil is the perfect ingredient in a homemade wound ointment because of its antibacterial and antifungal properties. Just make sure to clean a cut first with water and hydrogen peroxide if necessary, then put on 1–3 drops of tea tree oil and cover it with a bandage to help fight off infections. You can also make my homemade drawing salve that will help to heal skin inflammation, insect bites, boils and splinters.

  1. Fight Toenail Fungus and Ringworm

Because of its ability to kill parasites and fungal infections, tea tree oil is a great choice to use on toenail fungus (onychomycosis), athlete’s foot and ringworm. Put 2–5 drops of undiluted tea tree oil on the affected area using a clean cotton swab. And for stubborn fungi, consider mixing it with natural anti-fungal oil of oregano. Tea tree oil has also been proven beneficial for treating and removing warts, so simply put a few drops of tea tree oil directly on the area for 30 days once or twice daily.

  1. Improve Foot Odor

Here’s another example of how tea tree oil’s antibacterial activity is super beneficial. If you’re dealing with stinky feet or you need to get a funky smell out of your shoes, tea tree oil is a great remedy. For foot odor, combine about half a teaspoon of coconut oil and 2–3 drops of tea tree oil and massage the mixture into your feet.

You can also try my exfoliating foot scrub recipe that will leave your feet smooth and odor-free. To remove shoe odor, add 5–10 drops of tea tree oil to a spray bottle filled half way with water and spray the inside of your shoes. This works for sports equipment too.

  1. Natural DIY Deodorant 

Another great reason to use tea tree oil is to eliminate body odor. Tea tree oil has antimicrobial properties that destroy the bacteria on your skin that cause body odor. You can make homemade tea tree oil deodorant by mixing a few drops with coconut oil and baking soda. (Yes, you can see that coconut oil uses and baking soda uses are many as well!)

  1. Toothpaste for Oral Health

Because of tea tree oil’s ability to kill off bad bacteria and at the same time soothe inflamed skin, it’s a perfect ingredient in homemade toothpaste and mouthwash. It may help to reduce the bleeding of gums and tooth decay, too. To get rid of bad breath and improve your oral health, simply mix a few drops of tea tree oil with coconut oil and baking soda for an amazing homemade toothpaste.

  10. Treatment for Lice

To get rid of head lice naturally, combine 3 tablespoons of coconut oil with 1 teaspoon each of ylang ylang and tea tree oils. Apply this mixture all over the scalp, massaging it in thoroughly. Then comb through the hair with a fine tooth comb, cover the head with a shower cap and let it sit for two hours. Then comb through the hair again and rinse out the oils.

Next, combine 2 cups of apple cider vinegar and 1 cup of water, and apply the mixture with a spray bottle until the hair is completely saturated. Then rinse the hair and comb through it again. The last step is to apply a light application of coconut oil and leave it in. This process needs to be repeated every five to 10 days for a couple of weeks to ensure that all lice and eggs are killed. Continue to comb through hair with a fine tooth comb and using coconut oil as a leave-in conditioner.

  1. Kill Mold

A common problem many people experience in their homes is mold infestation, oftentimes without even being aware of it. Sometimes, people even begin to experience black mold symptoms when they are exposed to this toxin in their homes. Consider buying a diffuser and diffusing tea tree oil in the air around your home to kill mold and other bad bacteria. Also, you can spray tea tree oil all-purpose cleaner onto shower curtains. Or into your laundry machine, dishwasher or toilet to kill off mold and other bacteria.

  1. Natural Insect Repellent

Not only does tea tree oil work as a natural insect repellent, but it also helps to soothe bug bites. Because bug repellents typically contain toxic chemicals, using a natural option like tea tree oil is gentler on your skin.

Simply add 2–5 drops of tea tree oil to a spray bottle filled half way with water and spray it on your skin. Or combine 2–5 drops of tea tree with a teaspoon of coconut oil and rub it into your skin before going outside. If you do get a bug bite, add 2–3 drops of tea tree to a clean cotton ball and apply it to the affected area.

  1. Household Cleaner

Another fantastic way to use tea tree oil is as a household cleaner. Tea tree oil presents powerful antimicrobial activity that can kill off bad bacteria in your home. To make a homemade tea tree oil cleanser, mix 5–10 drops of tea tree with water, vinegar and 5–10 drops of lemon essential oil. Then use it on your counter tops, kitchen appliances, shower, toilet and sinks.

You can also use my homemade bathroom cleaner recipe that’s made with a combination of natural cleaning products. In this recipe you would use like liquid castile soap, apple cider vinegar and baking soda. 

  1. Laundry Freshener

Tea tree oil has antibacterial properties, so it works great as a natural laundry freshener. It also works perfectly especially when your laundry is musty or even moldy. Simply add 5–10 drops of tea tree to your laundry detergent. You can also spot clean cloth, rugs or athletic equipment with a mixture of tea tree oil, vinegar and water.

 

 

Uses of Tea Tree Essential Oil 

Tea tree oil can be used to make natural beauty, health and cleaning products that are free from dangerous chemicals. Tea tree oil can be used in the following ways:

  • Aromatically: Diffuse tea tree oil throughout your home using an oil diffuser. You can also directly inhale the oil by sniffing it right out of the bottle.
  • Topically: Tea tree oil can be applied to the skin topically. But you should always dilute it with a carrier oil (like coconut oil) in a 1:1 ratio before applying it.
  • NOT for Internal Use: According to the National Poison Center, tea tree oil is known to be poisonous if swallowed. Tea tree oil should NOT be taken by mouth for any reason. If you are using tea tree for bad breath or oral health, make sure you spit it out afterwards. This will prevent potential side effects like digestive issues, hives or dizziness.

 

 

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Daily Essential Oils by CupiEssential

Essential Oils are well known for their healing properties on mental, emotional and physical level. We can easily incorporate them  in our daily routine for a healthier and more balanced life. We will talk a little bit more about our Daily Essential Oils by Cupiessential.

Daily Essential Oils have been used for thousands of years because of their powerful healing properties. These highly concentrated oils extracted directly from the bark, flower, fruit, leaf, seed or root of a plant or tree can benefit not just our physical bodies, but also our mental and emotional state as well. Who hasn’t felt the invigorating effects brought on by the scent of freshly cut lemons, or the soothing, encompassing calm triggered by the fragrance of a rose?

Daily Life Essential Oils

History

While essential oils date back over 5,000 years ago to Ethiopia, it is only in the last 35 years that the U.S. has put them to practical use countrywide (starting with massage, aroma therapies, body lotions and candle wax). And the role of essential oils in healthcare is having a sort of renaissance. Doctors might suggest using lavender for example to soothe anxiety, and indeed, in some hospitals lavender is used in post-surgery care. Essential oils are also used to treat or prevent a wide range of ailments such as candida, PMS, hormone imbalances, joint pain, viruses, and digestion. Despite the various benefits, many of us still think of essential oils as luxury items or something to be used to address a particular ailment, a growing number of homeopathic doctors recommend we implement them into our everyday lives. Dr. Eric Zielinski, the author of The Healing Power of Essential Oils, suggests creating a “daily practice” that incorporates the power of these transformative oils.

ESSENTIAL OILS

 

 

Getting into the habit of using essential oils is easier than you may think. Some of the more common oils may already be in your cabinets—such as lavender, rose, frankincense, cedarwood, sage, peppermint, or tea tree. If you are without any essential oils, we are having great deals right now at our shop.  Popular all-rounder essential oils, if you are looking for the staples, are lavender, peppermint and tea tree. We suggest going with the scent that suits you because when it comes to buying essential oils, the rule is always to follow your nose!

 

CREATING A DAILY PRACTICE

With just a few essential oils, we can find infinite ways to bring health, relaxation, and well-being to our daily routine. We can create household cleaners with vinegar, baking soda and a couple of drops of sweet orange oil, for example. Oils can be used in a diffuser to scent a room or to make a massage oil using ylang ylang and cedarwood. In our personal care routine, we can add a couple of drops of geranium oil to a bath or in the shower. And we can even ingest a couple of drops of high-grade oils in water such as black cumin or oregano to boost immunity.

24 HOURS OF OILS

Begin your day with essential oils that set you on a calm and intentional footing. Using a diffuser, include oils such as frankincense to support a morning meditation. Not only has frankincense been used in temples for thousands of years, but it also has been known to kill certain cancer cells, aid digestion, and reduce stress.

Morning Meditation Diffuser Blend 

What you’ll need

  • 1 drop each of frankincense, patchouli, vetiver, ylang-ylang, and neroli essential oils
  • Diffuser

Directions

  1. Fill the diffuser with water as directed in the instructions for your diffuser.
  2. Add the essential oils.
  3. Turn on the diffuser 5 minutes before you begin your prayer and spiritual practice to permeate the room with the aroma.
  4. Turn off the diffuser when done.

Note: You can keep this mixture in the diffuser and use it every morning until the diffuser is empty.

At the close of the day, use essential oils in a bath to support deep and restorative sleep. It also soothes our minds if we are suffering from overwhelming anxiety or stress with the healing effects working throughout the night. Dr. Eric Zielinski, author of The Healing Power of Essential Oils, includes ylang-ylang oil among the ingredients for an evening bath. And if frankincense is the king of essential oils, ylang-ylang says Zielinski, is the queen—helping to relieve depression, hypertension, inflammation and even diabetes.

Restful Evening Detox Bath 

You may not have time for a full-fledged bath every night before bedtime, but taking even one detox bath each week will help your body process the stresses (and toxins) you encounter each day. This should be the first step in your nightly bedtime ritual.

What you’ll need

  • 3 drops lavender essential oil
  • 2 drops Roman chamomile oil
  • 2 drops ylang ylang
  • 1 tablespoon jojoba oil
  • 1 cup Epsom salts (plain)
  • ¼ cup organic apple cider vinegar
  • Medium glass bowl
  • Lotion dispenser or glass jar

Directions

  1. Drop the essential oils into a glass bowl.
  2. Add a carrier oil and mix.
  3. Use as a body oil after your detox bath.
  4. Be sure to switch to another blend every other month.
  5. Store in a lotion dispenser or glass jar.

 

Lavender Oil

 

GENERAL PRECAUTIONS

As healing as essential oils can be, they certainly do not come without risks. Following the advice Dr. Zielinski provides in The Healing Power of Essential Oils, is paramount to ensure that you’re using them safely and effectively. Here are some quick tips to keep in mind:

  • Always dilute. Essential oils are rarely ever safe to use straight (“neat”).
  • Listen to your body – known as the “organoleptic” evaluation, keep tabs on what your body is telling you and stop use immediately if something doesn’t feel right.
  • Diffuse in well-ventilated areas. Be especially cautious around children and pets to never close them in a room with a diffuser running.
  • Yes, oils are safe around kids, pets, and during pregnancy. It’s all about dosage and using time-honored common sense. Dr. Z’s book will help!
  • Potential drug interactions: Consult your physician and/or pharmacist if you’re taking any medications, especially blood thinners.

 

 

 

 

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“Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit. When one is free from physical disabilities and mental distractions, the gates of the soul open.” However, which is that secret key to have a healthy body? This might be that one million dollar question, the answer of which anybody wants to know. Keep reading this information and I assure that you will find the answer you want.

Nature has given us all the best things that we could ask for, but the importance of it is to know how to use these benefits properly. This being said, I will share with you some secrets about essential oils. Believe me these advices will make your life easier and will improve your health fundamentally.

We all know about the everyday power of scent: how a particular perfume reminds you of your mother, or when the smell of your favorite restaurant brings you back to your first date there. But did you know that some scents can actually improve your health? Essential oils can also help you relax or sleep, or improve your skin or digestion — their benefits go well beyond a pleasant smell.

Essential oils can have a healing effect mentally, physically, and emotionally. You can apply them directly onto your skin, inhaling, or use through a diffuser.

There are some general tips for using essential oils that apply regardless of the type. Never apply most oils directly to your skin, as their high concentration can cause a reaction or irritation. Instead, essential oils should be diluted with water or a carrier oil like jojoba or almond. And with a few exceptions, as noted below, do not ingest essential oils. And always talk to your doctor about health concerns, especially if they represent sudden changes in your well-being.

The oils below will help you assemble a natural first-aid kit for a variety of common minor ailments.

 Lavender: Lavender is one of the most versatile oils. It is more commonly known for its relaxing effects but works on bruises, cuts, and skin irritation too. The scent of lavender can reduce the levels of stress hormones in your blood. That’s a good reason to put a few drops in your bath in order to help you relax at night. Doctors recommend putting a couple of drops of the oil on your hands, rubbing them together and inhaling, then sprinkle a few more on your pillow before you hop in bed.

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Lavender Oil

 Frankincense: Frankincense is a must-have essential oil in everybody’s home. It can be used for relaxation, such as in baths, and to help minor cuts and bug bites heal more quickly. Frankincense has been used for thousands of years. It can be used for depression, inflammation, immunity, and to increase spiritual awareness.

Frankincense Oil

 Eucalyptus: This is a great oil to have on hand if you get frequent colds or suffer from allergies that affect your breathing and make you congested. Eucalyptus can be used to relieve sore muscles and help clear sinuses. It also has many antibacterial properties and has been known to stimulate the immune system. Use it in a vaporizer to loosen up a congested chest or apply it diluted to the inside of your nose to relieve nasal congestion. But never ingest it or use it on your skin undiluted, as it can be irritating.

Eucalyptus-Oil

Eucalyptus Oil

Sage: Sage essential oil provides several benefits from a wide range of properties. It functions as an effective antibacterial agent, helping inhibit the growth of bacterial infections. In a study published in the Brazilian Journal of Microbiology, it was found that the essential oils of eucalyptus, juniper, mint, rosemary, sage, clove and thyme possessed antimicrobial properties against Vancomycin-resistant Enterococci and E. coli strains. Of all the tested oils, the researchers found that thyme and sage essential oil showed the best results against the said strains of bacteria. In addition to these, sage essential oil has been successful in helping treat a number of health problems that affect the nervous system, heart and blood pressure, respiratory system and digestive system, as well as metabolic and endocrine conditions.

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Sage Oil

 

Helichrysum: Helichrysum Italicum is considered a medicinal plant with many promising pharmacological activities because it operates as a natural antibiotic, antifungal and antimicrobial. There are actually over 600 different species of Helichrysum Italicum, and it’s commonly referred to by other names, such as Everlasting, Immortelle or the Curry Plant. In traditional Mediterranean medicine practices that have been using Helichrysum oil for centuries, its flowers and leaves are the most useful parts of the plant. They are prepared in different ways to treat conditions including: Allergies, Acne, Colds, Cough, Skin inflammation, Wound healing, Constipation, Indigestion and Acid Reflux, Liver diseases, Gallbladder disorders, Inflammation of the muscles and joints, Infections, Candida, Insomnia, Stomachaches, Bloating.

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Helichrysum Oil

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How to celebrate Valentine’s Day with essential oils

How to celebrate Valentine’s Day with essential oils by CupiEssential

 

 Want to make your Valentine a homemade treat? Look no further than these essential oils to create a fairytale atmosphere for your loved ones!

 

 

  To most people, a smell isn’t just a fragrance — it’s a memory. When you get a whiff of chocolate chip cookies, you may think of baking in your Mom’s kitchen. When a warm breeze blows the smell of fresh flowers, you’re instantly rocketed back to your first dance and the corsage your date brought. And these nostalgic ties aren’t just a coincidence — there’s science behind why we cherish these aromas. Our factory response is directly linked to the emotional center of our brain, causing a flood of warm and fuzzy feelings with a simple sniff. Unlike touch or taste, scents are directly correlated with past experiences. It’s no wonder the smell of rain or the scent of a swimming pool makes us so reminiscent.

 

  But aside from their memory-inducing powers, certain scents can also do amazing things for our mind and body. From stress relief to headache relief, certain aromas have a way of making an impact

 

  We are proud to produce many friendly essential oils that might be a very good choice for your Valentine. Lavender Oil, Peppermint Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Helichrysum Oil, Sage Oil, etc…

 

Benefits and usages of these essential oils during Valentine’s Day!

 

Lavender Oil

 Lavender oil has this yummy, fresh floral scent with a dash of sweetness and herby aroma. I find it completely intoxicating. On top of it smelling amazing, it is also the most versatile of all essential oils. Therapeutically, lavender oil has a calming effect, which does wonders for those suffering from anxiety. Medicinally, it can be used as an antiseptic and pain reliever to soothe minor burns, insect bites and stings, and muscle or joint pain. This is also a great scent to use for savasana during yoga practice; one breath and you’ll feel blissful.

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Peppermint Oil

 Peppermint oil has a very stimulating yet soothing aroma and is what I like to call “mother nature’s Icy Hot” due to its main constituent, menthol. This stuff is amazing. Not only is it effective in arousing your mental sharpness but it can be used to relieve congestion, headaches, migraines, digestive problems, and soothe achy muscles. I typically use it to get rid of headaches by rubbing a tiny bit on my temples or to relieve muscle soreness by diluting it with a carrier oil, like grape seed oil, and rubbing it into whatever is sore.

peppermint oil

 

Eucalyptus Oil

 This oil has a very fresh and clean aroma that is sure to open your airways up. Eucalyptus oil is anti-everything, and for once that’s a good thing. It is a natural antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory. It is best used for respiratory problems like colds, coughs, asthma, and congestion in addition to wounds, muscle pain, mental exhaustion, dental care, and skin care. I love to drop a little of this in a hot bath when I am feeling congested; it’s a great natural way to clear my nasal passages up.

Eucalyptus-Oil

 

Helichrysum Oil

 Helichrysum essential oil is known to have calming and soothing properties. The presence of chemical components called esters contribute to Helichrysum oil’s calming characteristics—making it the perfect oil for when you want to create a soothing sensation. When your body could use a little pacifying, massage Helichrysum essential oil on the back of the neck for a soothing sensation.

 

Clary Sage Oil

 This oil is extracted from the clary sage herb, a close relative of the common garden herb sage. This essential oil is known to help people relax. Clary sage oil aromatherapy has also been shown to have antidepressant-like effects.

 

Pine Oil

 There’s more than one reason why pine trees bring us cheer around the holidays. A pine scent could be decreasing our anxiety, according to research. In one Japanese study, participants who went on a walk through pine forests reported significantly lower depression and stress levels. The research also discovered that anxious subjects had a greater feeling of relaxation after indulging in the scent.

Frankincense Oil

 What better way to celebrate Valentines Day than with the relaxing fragrance of Frankincense essential oil? The fragrances of Frankincense essential oil will help bring added satisfaction, peace, relaxation, and even feelings of overall wellness to your morning routine. With its strong aromatic properties, Frankincense oil is essential in giving a positive and focused lift to the rest of your day.

 

 

  You know that famous quote ” Love is in the Air”,also essential oils can be in the air as well, bringing joy, relaxation, and a lovely atmosphere. Celebrate with us this Valentine’s Day and you will be more than satisfied with our special offer for you.

 

 

 

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5 Top Essential Oils to help you with your New Year’s Resolutions

 

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a very happy & healthy New Year!

 

Essential oils have been used for thousands of years in various cultures for medicinal and health purposes. Essential oil uses range from aromatherapy, household cleaning products, personal beauty care and natural medicine treatments.

The particles in essential oils come from distilling or extracting the different parts of plants, including the flowers, leaves, bark, roots, resin and peels. In ancient times, Jews and Egyptians made essential oils by soaking the plants in oil and then filtering the oil through a linen bag.

With that said, essential oils might help you to achieve your new year goals and see them to the finish line!

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Think about what happens to most people each year after they make their New Year’s resolutions. At New Years they are very excited about the future and what they are going to accomplish in the upcoming year.

But, after a few weeks, or a few months, most people give up or forget all about what they were so determined to achieve! So we have picked the top 5 Essential oils to keep up with you resolution so you can achieve your goals!

 

1. Peppermint Essential Oil

Peppermint is a very invigorating oil, very friendly and can be used for many purposed in your daily life! It can be used to help others to think more clearly and to focus on what they want to accomplish!

Peppermint essential oil gives a cooling sensation and has a calming effect on the body, which can relieve sore muscles when used topically. It also has antimicrobial properties so it can help freshen bad breath and soothe digestive issues.

Peppermint is also said to help you to have an open mind to receive new ideas! What a great oil to start the New Year with!

 

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2. Lavender Oil 

Lavender essential oil is by far one of the most favorite essential oils to use by many aromatherapy fans. It’s certainly one of our most loved oils as well.

Lavender is one of the most versatile oils, and there are many awesome benefits to using lavender oil with its sweet, flowery aroma. As I’ve become more and more used to essential oils in my daily life, I’m always looking at new and improved ways to integrate them into my daily routines. Lavender oil blends well with many other essential oils including cedarwood, pine, clary sage, geranium, and nutmeg. Today, lavender essential oil is frequently used in various forms including aromatherapy oil, gels, infusion, lotion, and soaps, etc…

 

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3. Clary Sage Oil

 Clary Sage Oil Supports Hormone Balance & Relieves Menstrual Pain. The clary sage plant has a lengthy history as a medicinal herb. It’s a perennial in the genus Salvi, and its scientific name is salvia sclarea. Clary sage is considered to be one of the top essential oils for hormones, especially in women.

  Many claims have been made as to its benefits when dealing with cramps, heavy menstrual cycles, hot flashes and hormonal imbalances. It’s also known for its ability to increase circulation, support the digestive system, improve eye health and fight leukemia.

 

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4. Lemon Essential Oil

  This is an essential oil that we are all familiar with. But did you know that Lemon helps to rejuvenate the mind and to promote clear thinking?

It is a great scent to increase alertness!

Use lemon to help stick with your New Year’s resolutions!

 

5. Pine Essential Oil

Pine essential oil is obtained from the tree commonly known as pine, which has the scientific name Pinus sylvestris. It is believed that this tree originated in Austria and Russia before spreading to different parts of the world. If you are still not sure what tree we are referring to, you have probably seen it used as a Christmas tree all over the world! One of the reasons that pine oil has become such an important element in supplemental health is its availability. 

The health benefits of pine essential oil are attributed to its antibacterial, analgesic, diuretic, energizing, antiseptic, and aromatic properties. 

 

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  Make sure to pull out these oils to use while making your New Year’s resolutions! Then continue to use them throughout the year to help you to stick with them!

Be sure to come back and leave a comment letting us know how the oils helped you in sticking with your New Year’s resolutions!

 

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Essential Oils & Skin Types. The best Essential oils for your skin?

100% Organic & Natural Essential Oils from CupiEssential. 

That’s right–I think listening to your body includes listening to your skin. And when it comes to essential oils & skin types, different oils cater to different skin issues. And it’s important to know what will work best for your unique skin type!

100%  Organic & Natural Essential Oils can be intensely nourishing and balancing for the skin. So whether you’re dealing with oily skin, wrinkles, or dry patches (or all of the above!), essential oils provided by us are here to help you.

But first, you need to know what skin type you have before reading this post.

If you don’t already have an idea of what skin type you have, here’s a handy page to help you understand the different skin types

 

The Best Essential Oils for your Skin by CupiEssential 

You might notice a few oils that land on more than one list. Essential oils are pretty awesome! Their skin-supporting properties can sometimes be used to help different skin types. Lavender is probably one of the most versatile! It can be used for pretty much any skin type.

So don’t worry too much about picking the “wrong” oil. Essential oils have a wide range of benefits, so you can’t really go wrong. 

 

  • For Oily Skin:

These oils have properties that tend to regulate and normalize oil production:

 

  • For Breakouts and Blemishes:

These essential oils can be added to your moisturizer to calm and prevent breakouts, and can also be applied neat (undiluted) as a spot treatment:

 

  • For Dry, Chapped Skin:

If your skin tends to be dry and chapped, a deeply moisturizing oil like shea butter or cocoa butter is a good base. Argan oil and rose hip oil are also good facial oils for deep moisture.

Here are the essential oils that are best for dry skin types:

 

  • For Aging Skin:

Essential Oils & Skin Types like Argan oil and rose hip oil are some of the best oils for aging skin that tends to be prone to wrinkles and sagging. Use them as a carrier oil and then add these essential oils to nourish aging skin:

 

  • For Combination Skin:

These are some of the best essential oils & skin types by that tends to be both dry and oily (sounds impossible, but I’ve been there!):

  • Patchouli
  • Lavender
  • Bergamot
  • Orange

For this I would recommend a base of jojoba oil, since it is nourishing for dry skin but still tends to be friendly to oily skin.

 

Some of the best essential oils for skin with red marks or dark spots are:

I use these in my serum recipe for toning and brightening the skin. Simply use 3-5 drops each per tablespoon of carrier oil, and you have the perfect skin-toning moisturizer if you tend to need help with uneven skin tone. Use twice a day or as needed.

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Vitamin E oil is a highly debated topic in the world of health and medicine. I want you to review this information with caution and always consult your physician before using any form of supplementation.

 

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Amazing Benefits of our Sweet Basil Oil

Our Sweet Basil Oil is 100% Organic and Pure Natural. 

 

 The health benefits of Sweet Basil Oil include its ability to treat nausea, motion sickness, indigestion, constipation, respiratory problems, and diabetes. Sweet Basil Oil is also a good source of Vitamin A, magnesium, potassium, iron, and calcium. The leaves and seeds of the basil plant are the important medicinal parts of this herb, which is regularly used in cuisines and recipes all over the world.

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Basil essential oil is popular in Europe, Central Asia, India and Southeast Asia. The sweet basil oil is extensively used for culinary purposes in the Mediterranean region. This factor forms the active ingredient of many Italian recipes such as pesto. It is also used when making pasta and salads.

Basil was widely used in ancient times in places like India for various medicinal purposes. The herb was used to treat diarrhea, cough, mucous discharges, constipation, indigestion, and certain skin diseases.

 

Benefits:

  • Treating foot or nail fungus. Put a few teaspoons of basil oil in a basin of water and soak your feet in it. You can also dilute the oil (mix a drop with a teaspoon of olive or coconut oil), and then apply it on your nails or skin.
  • Killing parasites and infections. Dilute the oil (mix a drop with a drop of a carrier oil such as coconut oil), and place it under your tongue. Hold it there for a few minutes, and then rinse it out. Repeat this at least four times a day.
  • Alleviating sinus infections and colds. Put a few drops of basil oil in a pot of steaming water, and then inhale the steam.
  • Urinary tract infections (UTIs) caused by bacteria like E. coli, Proteus,and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
  • Respiratory infections brought on by Klebsiella pneumoniae and Staphylococcus aureus bacteria strains.
  • Yeast infections, even those that are resistant to the commonly used antifungal drug Diflucan.
  • Parasitic infections caused by the amoeba giardia.
  • Used as a cleansing and purifying agent

 

Extraction Method: Steam Distillation

Plant Part: Leaves

Origin: Balkan 

 

A Final Word of Warning

The compotent mix of chemicals and active ingredients in Organic Sweet Basil Oil can be dangerous for pregnant women. In some situations it cauese miscarriages. Furthermore, a few varieties of Organic Sweet Basil Oil can be toxic when consumed. Despite the versatility of this particular essential oil, it is important to never consume essential oils internally.

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6 Reasons To Use Sage Oil – Buy our 100% Organic Sage Oil NOW

Salvia officinalis (sage, also called garden sage, or common sage) is a perennial, evergreen subshrub, with woody stems, grayish leaves, and blue to purplish flowers. It is a member of the family Lamiaceae and is native to the Mediterranean region, though it has naturalized in many places throughout the world. It has a long history of medicinal and culinary use, and in modern times as an ornamental garden plant. The common name “sage” is also used for a number of related and unrelated species.

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6 Reasons to use sage oil 

 

One thing is for certain, sage oil health benefits are vast. From skincare to respiratory illnesses, sage oil offers a range of health-promoting properties that will not result in a long list of adverse effects. Although you can most certainly source quality sage essential oil, you can also make your own recipe — with sage leaves straight from your garden. 

It’s time to say hello to sage oil. It’ll help you target the following:

 

  1. Supports Hormonal Balance

Clary sage affects the hormones of the body because it contains natural phytoestrogens, which are referred to as “dietary estrogens” that are derived from plants and not within the endocrine system. These phytoestrogens give clary sage the ability to cause estrogenic effects. It regulates estrogen levels and ensures the long-term health of the uterus — reducing the chances of uterine and ovarian cancer.

 

  2. Relieves Insomnia

People suffering from insomnia can find relief with clary sage oil. It is a natural sedative and will give you the calm and peaceful feeling that is necessary in order to fall asleep. When you can’t sleep, you usually awaken feeling unrefreshed, which takes a toll on your ability to function during the day. Insomnia affects not only your energy level and mood, but also your health, work performance and quality of life.

 

  3. Relieve constipation

When it comes to constipation, the root cause may be too much dairy, a lack of exercise, IBS or even an adverse reaction to your current medications. Long-term, this can lead to a number of complications. The accumulation of waste food byproducts in the colon can result in low energy and even weight gain. Sage oil health benefits constipation relief

At the end of the day, your digestive system is the foundation of “good” health. Since sage oil naturally increases the secretion of both bile and gastric juices, it can promote digestion. In turn, individuals will experience less bloating and discomfort, targeting both constipation and ulcers. If you do suffer from constipation, there are many home remedies available to help promote regular bowel movements, supporting optimal digestive health. A great place to start is to drink more water and consume more fiber. Also, be sure to source quality essential oils, including sage, peppermint, rosemary and fennel. Add one to two drops to your morning glass of water.

 

  4. Suppress a cough

Ugh, I hate coughing — but then again, who doesn’t? This time of year, many of us catch a cold or flu. If you have a cough that just won’t quit, skip over-the-counter cough suppressants and utilize the benefits of sage oil. This age-old remedy is not only known to target coughing, but a sore throat as well.  

When inhaling sage oil via steam inhalation, experts believe the fumes clear the respiratory tract while alleviating nasal mucus. In fact, people have used this herb to not only treat coughing, but also asthma and bronchitis symptoms. Researchers reported this effect in one study, published in Phytotherapy Research.Sage oil health benefits supressed cough

Researchers found sage to dose-dependently inhibit drug-induced bronchospasm in rats with three-fold greater potency than the control, aminophylline — a compound used in the respiratory drug known as theophylline. By inhibiting a key enzyme and activating the voltage-dependent K+ channel, researchers concluded that sage can improve coughing and symptoms of asthma.

 

  5. Boost fertility

Sage has a vast history, as it was once used as a fertility treatment during ancient Egypt. Were the ancient Egyptians onto something? For those who are struggling to become pregnant, it’s important that you change your lifestyle, introducing natural fertility treatments. 

In some cases, hormonal issues are to blame for female infertility. In other situations, sperm production is too low. High in zinc, sage can help both males and females. In women, zinc encourages the production of mature eggs, helps maintain optimal follicular fluid levels and promotes optimal hormone regulation. 

For men, zinc is necessary for creating the outer membrane and the tail of a sperm. Without this important mineral, sperm will not be strong enough to make the journey into the uterus. Within one study, published in the Journal of Scientific Research, researchers were interested in the effects of hypothyroidism and oxidative stress in terms of fertility. 

Researchers used sage based on its antioxidant effects. And while studying rats, researchers found that sage extract restored all parameters towards normal values, including sperm cell count, sperm motility and testosterone levels. The researchers concluded that sage tea improves the reproductive potency and fertility based on its antioxidant and thyroid-regulating effects.

 

  6. Reduces Cholesterol

Cholesterol is a naturally occurring substance made by the liver and required by the body for the proper function of cells, nerves and hormones. Cholesterol travels in the lipids (fatty acids) of the bloodstream, which is also called plaque, and can build up in the walls of the arteries. This decreases the flow of blood to vital areas of the body, and if the plaque continues to build, it significantly increases the risk of having a heart attack or stroke.

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The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of clary sage oil are cardio-protective and help lower cholesterol naturally. Sage oil also decreases emotional stress and improves circulation. Two very important factors for reducing cholesterol and supporting your cardiovascular system.

 

 

Sage Oil Uses

  • For stress relief and aromatherapy, diffuse or inhale 2–3 drops of clary sage essential oil.
  • To improve mood and joint pain, add 3–5 drops of clary sage oil to warm bath water. Try adding clary sage oil to my Homemade Healing Bath Salts to boost your mood and bust feelings of stress.
  • For eye care, add 2–3 drops of clary sage oil to a clean and warm wash cloth; press cloth over both eyes for 10 minutes.
  • For cramp and pain relief, create a massage oil by diluting 5 drops of clary sage oil with 5 drops of a carrier oil (like jojoba or coconut oil) and apply it to needed areas.
  • For skin care, create a mix of clary sage oil and a carrier oil (like coconut or jojoba) at a 1:1 ratio. Apply the mixture directly to your face, neck and body.
  • For internal use, ONLY very high-quality oil brands should be used. Add a drop of clary sage oil to water or take as dietary supplement; mix clary sage oil with honey or a smoothie.
  • To ease digestion, massage the abdomen with equal parts clary sage oil and a carrier oil, or use a hot compress with 3–5 drops of clary sage oil soaked into it.
  • To enhance healing prayer or meditation, mix 6 drops of clary sage oil with 2 drops of frankincense, white fir or orange oils. Add the mixture to a diffuser or oil burner.
  • To naturally relieve asthma symptoms, mix 4 drops of clary sage oil with lavender oil and massage the blend on the chest or back.
  • For hair health, massage equal parts clary sage oil and rosemary oil into your scalp while showering.

 

This was a short brief of the benefits from our essential oils.

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Essential Oils for Runners: The Top 5 for Sore Muscles & More…

Essential Oils for Runners: The Top 5 for Sore Muscles & More…

 

While we all know the tremendous health benefits of running (free stress relief and weight management, anyone?), and the best runners make their daily jogs look downright effortless, the truth is that running isn’t easy. Ongoing aches and pains are one of the primary complaints of regular runners, but it is possible to soothe those sore muscles and treat injuries the natural way—with essential oils.

 

Why is natural pain relief so important? Studies have actually shown that taking some over-the-counter painkillers can make those running pains worse and can actually slow the healing of your muscles and ligaments, so you’ll be feeling subpar for longer.

 

Why Essential Oils?

 

You might only associate essential oils with making your house smell nice, but they are also powerful healing agents. Essential oils are created by extracting the oils directly from the bark, flower, fruit, leaf, seed or root of a plant or tree. That oil is then distilled to create a super-concentrated formula that can improve physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. In fact, essential oils have been used for over 5,000 years to improve digestion, heal skin conditions, ease cold and flu symptoms, and more.
There are multiple ways you can use essential oils, but for runners, there are two ways that are most useful:
First, you can mix essential oils with a carrier oil like coconut or almond oil, and then apply them directly to your skin, where they’re absorbed by the bloodstream and circulated to different parts of the body, providing therapy from the inside out. This is possible because essential oils are composed of very small molecules that can easily penetrate your cells.
Second, essential oils can also be added to an essential oils/aromatherapy diffuser, allowing the oils to enter your body through inhalation.
No matter which route you choose, however, aromatherapy and topical application are both perfectly safe and inexpensive ways to treat running pains without popping meds.

 

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The 5 Best Essential Oils for Runners

So now that you know how to use essential oils, let’s look at five that provide the most benefit for regular runners.

 

 

  1. Peppermint

Not just for candy canes, peppermint is terrific at treating pain. It’s actually a natural painkiller and muscle relaxer, which comes in handy after particularly grueling runs. I like using peppermint oil to ease back pains, sore muscles, or even tension headaches.
You can spot treat pain with peppermint oil; just dab a few drops wherever it hurts. You can also apply peppermint oil with a carrier oil to ease distribution and absorption. If you want something a little more intense, or have frequent muscle pain, this homemade muscle rub, made with coconut oil and beeswax, will do the trick. And it makes enough to last for about 30 applications.

 

  1. Frankincense

This powerful oil is just what your inflamed muscles and tendons need to relieve the pain. Using frankincense encourages circulation, as it acts as an anti-inflammatory. It also helps to ease the muscle aches that come with clocking miles.
To get the most out of frankincense, mix with a carrier oil and rub it into inflamed areas, like your muscles, joints, neck or feet, and give yourself a little massage. If you’re planning on soaking in a hot bath, it’s also great to add a few drops of frankincense to the water and let it sink into your skin that way.

 

  1. Sweet Orange Oil

Orange Oil is one of the most popular essential oils, thanks to its incredible versatility. It’s frequently used for its powerful antimicrobial properties. This oil is really useful for runners, too. Adding a few drops of orange oil mixed with lemon oil to a glass of water is one of my favorite ways to use it. It’s a super convenient and affordable way to get your daily dose of benefit-rich orange water.
 If you often find yourself with tummy troubles when running, drinking water with lemon oils before or during your run can help. The combination improves digestion and relieves upset stomachs while quenching your thirst. As an added bonus, if you’re running as a way to lose weight, orange oil can also boost your metabolism—meaning all that time hitting the pavement won’t be in vain.

 

  1. Oregano Oil

You’re probably most familiar with oregano as a pizza seasoning, but it makes for a potent essential oil, too. Oregano is famous for its ability to fight bacteria, fungal infections and inflammation. So if you have a case of athlete’s foot or a nasty toenail fungus after spending hours in sweaty sneakers. It’s oregano oil to the rescue.
For an infected toenail, add a drop or two directly on the nail and massage in. If it’s for athlete’s foot, you can do the same or mix it with a carrier oil. Best of all, once your infection has cleared up, continuing to use oregano oil can help prevent it from recurring.

 

  1. Lavender Oil

Lavender Oil is amazing for runners who regularly struggle with cramps and muscle pulls. That’s because this oil is an antispasmodic, which means it can relieve involuntary muscle spasms. Applying it to aching muscles will not only reduce any spasms you may have, but also increase blood circulation to the muscle and reduce any associated pain.
 If you have cramping or inflammation, lavender oil can also help by reducing fluid retention and improving circulation. And if you’ve got lactic acid buildup that’s causing you grief. Lavender oil’s diuretic properties can help to clear it up.

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This article was done with the help from the amazing team of Organic Daily Post .

Please make sure you read their articles on essential oils.

 

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Product Review from our favorite blogger

S.A. the Writer

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This blog is gradually turning into a self-care blog and I am completely okay with that. Since recently getting out of a domestic violence situation I’ve been trying to heal from the damage my abusers caused. I did a post about self-care already so you guys probably already have an idea on how I’m coping with my anxiety and depression. One thing I didn’t mention was essential oils.

Cupi Essential sent me out six of their oils plus a sample of their lavender (which has been my favorite lately).

With the lavender I’ve been using it to relax before bed and get better sleep at night. I’m not an expert so I can only speak for myself when I say that it has been helping me out a lot. The best part about all of the oils is that they are all 100% pure and natural so you can feel comfortable using them.

 

I’m still new to using essentials so Pinterest has been my best friend when it comes to figuring out how to use them. I strongly recommend doing your own research when it comes to possible side effects especially if you’re pregnant.

I want to open this blog post up to you all share with me what you all like to do with your oils. I’m looking into getting a humidifier to help release more of the scent. Like I said earlier, the lavender is my favorite and I personally feel like it helps me sleep better and feel less anxious. Tha

Thank you again, Cupi Essential for letting me try your oils. If you want to try them for yourself visit them at https://www.etsy.com/shop/Cupiessential?ref=profile_shopicon

 

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