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With so many essential oils are out there it can be hard to remember them all, let alone remember what their uses are. To help you in your quest to learn more about a variety of oils, use this list of essential oils as a reference point. It contains all the single oils currently available at Elitebiotech (excluding promotional products), their general aromas, and some highlights of their benefits. While this list is not a comprehensive view of all the benefits offered by each oil, we hope that it gives you a start. For more to know about the best essential oils brands in India then call 6206338908, or visit: – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: List Of Some Popular Essential Oils And Their Uses –

What Are Essential Oils?
Elite Biotech Essential oils are the essence of
the plant. It is extracted from various plants.
They are made by pressing or steaming different
parts of plants like roots, stem, leaves, fruits,
etc. It contains a high amount of active
ingredients of that plant with a stronger
smell. You may add it with cream and other oils
to enhance their effects. Usually, you will not
get this oil in its pure form but a mixture.
Popular Types of Essential Oils Are
Rose Oil Rose Oil is one of the expensive oil
for its soothing floral fragrance that may useful
for stress, anxiety. Lavender oil One of the
widely used Lavender essential oil specifically
relieve insomnia Sandalwood oil Sandalwood oil
is so much popular for fragrance and also helps
to relieve anxiety and improve sleep.
Jasmin oil A sweet-smelling Jasmin oil is used
for stress-reliever with the potential to help to
treat dry skin, inflammation and prevent signs of
Here Is A List Of Some Popular Essential Oils
Peppermint Oil Peppermint oil is used for
headaches and stomach issues like irritable bowel
syndrome. Roman Chamomilla Oil Roman
Chamomilla Oil is excellent for relaxation and to
improve your mood. Ylang-Ylang Ylang-Ylang is
mainly used to relieve pain, improve mood and to
lower blood pressure Basil It is an basil
essential herb to ease a cough, enhance mood, and
soothe the sore muscles.
Health Benefits of Essential Oils Are
Stress Anxiety Studies have shown that using
essential oils can help to reduce stress. By
inhaling essential oils brain give a signal to
certain emotions that make you feel optimistic
and hopeful. Using certain essential oils for
massage gives you tremendous relief from stress
and anxiety
Sleep Problems Smelling lavender oil can improve
the quality of sleep, especially after childbirth.
Headache Recent studies have observed reduced
headache after applying peppermint oil with
lavender oil.
Health Benefits of Essential Oils Are
  • Healthy Hairs 
  • Essential oils are a great substitute for hair
    care. Peppermint oil is effective in treating
    both greasy and dry hair. It helps in improving
    blood flow to the areas of the scalp. Lavender
    essential oil helps in deeply conditioning the
    hair, keeps it shiny and works to control
  • Skin Nourishment
  • Essential oils heal damaged skin and provide deep
    nourishment. Lavender oil and tea tree oil have
    anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce the
    irritation and inflammation associated with skin
    conditions such as acne, eczema, burn, or insect
    bite. It alleviates wrinkles hence improves skin
  • Reducing Inflammation
  • Some essential oils can help in reducing
    irritation and inflammation of the skin. Apply
    diluted essential oil directly to the affected
    area to reduce swelling and pain.

  • Essential oils are used worldwide to treat a
    variety of physical and mental illnesses.
    Generally, these oils are used by inhaling them.
    You can also dilute them and apply them on the
    skin for good results. Though these oils are not
    approved by the FDA but have been successfully
    used in various disorders under proper guidance
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