An essential oil in the field of “aromatherapy” forms a major component. Now, there exist many essential oils that consist of varied medicinal properties. However, there are only few such oils available in the world today that can be used on a daily basis. So here is presenting a list of “five” essential oils that are used daily in life regularly.
a. Lemon Oil:
Extracted from a fruit belonging to the “Citrus” family, this oil is frequently used for its antibacterial, antiviral, and antihistaminic properties. Apart from its curative properties this oil is also used in “cleaning products” used at home due to its pleasant aroma. In addition, since this oil is “aromatic” it can also be used as a “flavouring agent” in food.
b. Peppermint Oil:
Derived from a plant belonging to the “Mint” family, this oil is renowned for treating conditions such as indigestion, headache, nausea, and fever. In addition, due to its pleasant aroma this oil can also be used as a “flavouring agent” in food. Furthermore, when used it also helps in increasing “mental sharpness” in an individual, and is also helps in “reenergizing”.
c. Lavender Oil:
Renowned for a pleasant “aroma”, and extracted from the flowers of the Lavender plant, this oil is known to stimulate blood circulation and helps in treating respiratory problems. In addition, due to its aroma it is also used in the manufacturing of many home made “beauty products”. Furthermore, it is also used along with “peppermint oil” in the treatment of bug bites.
d. Oregano Oil:
Extracted from the leaves of a perennial herb known as “Oregano”, this oil is renowned for its disinfectant and antibacterial properties. Furthermore, this oil is also used to prevent food degradation. In addition, due to its “antimicrobial” properties it is regularly used in the treatment of skin infections or wounds.
e. Clove Oil:
Obtained from a “flower bud” of an evergreen tree called “Clove”, this oil renowned for its “aroma” is commonly used in dental care. Furthermore, this oil is also used in treatment of conditions such as indigestion, cough, asthma, headaches, tooth aches, and skin issues. This oil apart from medicinal purposes is also commonly used as a “flavouring agent” in Indian and Chinese cuisine.
In conclusion, it would be appropriate to state that all these “five” essential oils mentioned above have been frequently used in daily life by many people around the world for years now.