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The 5 Best Aromatherapy Essential Oils

Aromatherapy essential oils have long been used to treat a variety of conditions from stress and insomnia to burns and infections. Here is a brief guide to the 5 best aromatherapy essential oils. Keep in mind while you can ingest some of these oils does NOT mean that all oils you buy can be ingested. For example, Chamomile oil can be ingested but some of the cheaper versions of this and other ingestible oils cannot be ingested because of other things in them.

ALWAYS READ THE LABEL OF THE OILS YOU BUY! The label will always tell you if the oil cannot be ingested. The more expensive ingestible oils with all natural ingredients can be ingested. And of course there are some oils that cannot be ingested at all. If you’re new to oils talk to someone knowledgeable or go to an aromatherapy store to get advise on which oils you can and cannot ingest.

Ways to Use Aromatherapy Essential Oils:

There are a variety of ways to use aromatherapy essential oils depending on the type of oil and the reason that you are using it. Some suggestions include adding a few drops to your bath water, using a diffuser, or applying a couple of drops to your temples. You can use these and many other oils in a diffuser, or as a topical application, and even ingesting them.

Top Five Aromatherapy Essential Oils:


Chamomile is one of the more common of the aromatherapy essential oils, particular when use in cosmetics such as moisturizers and lip balms. It has a very soothing and calming effect and can even  use in tea to help you fall asleep. However, you should note that chamomile is not safe for use by women who are pregnant. Chamomile can also usE as an an analgesic or antiseptic to treat acne, blisters, boils, gout, or other skin conditions. It can also help with depression, indigestion, headaches, and restlessness.


This is another of the aromatherapy essential oils that has a very calming and has therapeutic effects. Lavender can use as an analgesic, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, insecticide, diuretic, or sedative and can treat wounds and sores, burns, throat infections, anxiety, insomnia, headaches, flu, circulatory problems, insect bites, dandruff, anxiety, as well as many other ailments. It really is an amazing oil.


Eucalyptus is an aromatherapy essential oil that has a stimulating effect and gives you a sense of restoring balance. It is great for a variety of breathing ailments such as congestion due to colds, flu, allergies, and asthma. It can also help urinary infections, treat wounds, and bring relief from muscle pain and headaches.


This is the aromatherapy essential oil of choice for pregnant women. Ginger is great for stomach and digestive problems such as the nausea caused by morning sickness as well as constipation, diarrhea, and colic. It can also be helpful in treat arthritis and sinusitis. As noted above, check to make sure the brand of ginger oil you buy is ingestible.


Peppermint is another aromatherapy essential oil that is a must have. It also treats nausea and indigestion as well as aching muscle and joint pain, and works extremely well on tired, overworked feet. This aromatherapy essential oil also makes a great insect repellent and can treat severe headaches including migraines. The smell is uplifting and refreshing.

These are only a handful of the great aromatherapy essential oils that are available. You can also find them in alternate forms such as lavender linen sprays that you can spray your sheets to use the soothing effects to help you sleep at night. Whatever your need is there is probably an aromatherapy essential oil out there that will work great for you. Again, if you’re new to aromatherapy essential oils please consult a store or some other expert to guide you.

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