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Aromatherapy Oils
USING ESSENTIAL OILS


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  • Using Essential Oils - An Overview
  • Choosing Quality Oils
  • Therapeutic Effect
  • Diluting For Use
  • Essential Oil Applications




  • Using Essential Oils


    USING ESSENTIAL OILS - AN OVERVIEW

    Many plants contain volatile compounds - essential oils - that can be extracted from flowers, leaves, roots, bark, seeds, and peels. Each of these essential oils is highly concentrated and has specific healing properties. They can be soothing, antispasmodic, antiseptic, calming, warming, or stimulating, for example. The quality of the essential oil depends on a number of factors: plant species, region, soil condition and climate in which the plant was grown, time of day the plant was harvested, the extraction method used and storage. It is believed that plants grown organically or collected in the wild yield the highest quality essential oils. Extracting the essential oils is done through various methods, but the best ones are steam distillation and cold pressing. Avoid synthetic oils and those extracted with chemical solvents. In all cases, very large quantities of plant materials are needed to extract even the smallest quantities of oil. Extraction methods are labor-intensive and expensive. Consequently, it is practical to purchase essential oils from reputable sources.

    CONTRAVERSIAL BELIEFS

    In Europe, the ingestion of essential oils is generally accepted, primarily because it is done under a health care provider's supervision. But U.S. herbalists are more conservative because their active ingredients are highly concentrated, essential oils can be dangerous if used improperly or in excess.

    STORAGE OF ESSENTIAL OILS

    Store essential oils in opaque glass bottles in a cool, dark place. Refrigerate citrus oils. Label clearly. Properly stored, essential oils will keep over a year.

    For more information about using essential oils, see these pages.

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    Using Essential Oils - Assorted Herbs


    CHOOSING QUALITY OILS

    Be sure your essential oils are of the highest quality and purity. Read labels. Make sure an oil comes from the specific plant the product name indicates. It is wise to know Latin plant names. For example, Lavendula is the plant name for Lavender. Avoid blended or reconstituted oils and oils with synthetic or chemical additives. Anything labeled "fragrance oil" is not pure.



    Using Essential Oils - Lavender Oil


    THERAPEUTIC EFFECT

    Nature's essential oils have extraordinary versatility. Research shows that the aromatic benefits of essential oils have a range of health-promoting qualities. Essential oils can also address anxieties and stress. Thus, they can be used not only to combat specific health problems but to enhance well-being. Essential oils are used with aromatherapy lamps, steam inhalations, baths and massages.


    A FEW POPULAR ESSENTIAL OILS


    These three oils are some of the most commonly used and popular essential oils. Click on the links for more information about that specific oil and to obtain products.

    Peppermint Essential Oil

  • Soothes respiratory infections.
  • Aids circulation.
  • Fights inflammation.
  • Relieves flatulence and indigestion.


  • Peppermint Essential Oil Products

  • Tea Tree Essential Oil

  • Acts as an antiseptic.
  • Is an antiviral.
  • Is an antibacterial.
  • Is an antifungal.
  • Helps heal acne, sunburns and even infections.


  • Tea Tree Essential Oil Products

  • Lavender Essential Oil

  • Is an antibiotic.
  • Soothes headaches.
  • Helps heal wounds.
  • Repels insects.


  • Lavender Essential Oil Products




  • DILUTING FOR USE

    Essential oils are very highly concentrated and should be diluted with water, plant extracts or carrier oils before being applied to the skin.


    NUMBER OF DROPS PER ML OF ESSENTIAL OIL TABLE


    To accurately calculate the percent concentration of an essential oil in a blend with a carrier oil it is helpful to know the number of drops per milliliter of the essential oil, dispensed using a standard pipette or eye dropper. This table notes the number of drops per ml of each essential oil listed. See more regarding these measurements, and measuring your own concentration percentages below the table.
       Oil Name    d / ml    Oil Name    d / ml    Oil Name    d / ml    Oil Name    d / ml
       Ambrette Seed
       Amyris
       Angelica Root
       Anise Seed
       Arnica
       Basil
       Bay Laurel
       Bergamot
       Birch, Sweet
       Black Pepper
       Black Spruce
       Blue Tansy, Wild
       Cajuput
       Cacao Absolute
       Calendula
       Caraway
       Cardamom
       Carrot
       Carrot Seed
       Cedarwood
       Catnip
       Chamomile, Cape
       Chamomile, Roman
       Chamomile, German
       Cinnamon, Sri Lanka
       Cinnamon, Madag.
       Cinnamon Burmanni
       Cistus
       Citronella
       Clary Sage
       Clove
       33
       33
       39
       37
       40
       42
       45
       35
       43
       38
       50
       50
       40
       45
       33
       40
       45
       34
       42
       42
       37
       49
       47
       37
       37
       38
       40
       40
       30
       47
       36
       Coriander Seed
       Cornmint
       
    Copaiba Balsam
       Cypress
       Elemi
       Eucalyptus Glob.
       Eucalyptus, Citr.
       Eucalyptus, Dives
       Eucalyptus, Rad.
       Eucalyptus, Sm.
       Fennel, Sweet
       Fir Needle, Sib.
       Fir Needle, Doug.
       Frankincense, Cart.
       Frankincense, Ser.
       Frankincense, SD
       Galbanum
       Geranium
       Geranium, Rose
       Ginger, CO2
       Ginger, SD
       Grapefruit, Pink
       Grapefruit, White
       Helichrysum
       Hyssop
       Hyssop decumbens
       Inula
       JasmineGrand
       JasmineSambac
       Juniper Berry, CO2
       Juniper Berry, SD
       46
       42
       38
       47
       40
       45
       47
       42
       38
       38
       48
       52
       49
       46
       46
       43
       48
       41
       45
       37
       51
       40
       46
       44
       43
       39
       42
       40
       40
       36
       47
       Lavender, Bulg.
       Lavender, Hi Elev.
       Lavender, Wild
       Lavender, Vera
       Lemon
       Lemon Myrtle
       Lemon Tea Tree
       Lemongrass, Cit.
       Lemongrass, Rh.
       Lime, CP
       Lime, SD
       Marjoram
       Mandarin
       May Chang
       Melissa
       Myrrh
       Myrtle
       Neroli
       Niaouli
       Nutmeg
       Orange
       Oregano
       Palmarosa
       Palo Santo, Wild
       Patchouli, Fine
       Patchouli, Dark
       Peppermint
       Petitgrain
       Pine Needle
       Plai
       Ravensara
       49
       40
       46
       48
       35
       36
       41
       38
       42
       42
       46
       47
       50
       43
       37
       42
       45
       44
       45
       32
       35
       37
       42
       45
       43
       44
       46
       44
       47
       42
       43
       Rosalina
       Rose Absolute
       Rose Otto
       Rosehip
       Rosemary
       Rosemary Verb.
       Rosemary, Antiox.
       Rosewood
       Sage
       Sandalwood, Inda
       Sandalwood, Van.
       Sandalwood, Aus.
       Sea Buckthorn
       Spearmint
       Spike Lavender
       Spikenard
       Spruce
       Tagetes
       Tangerine
       Tea Tree
       Thyme, Benchmark
       Thyme, Linalool
       Turmeric
       Valerian Root
       Vanilla
       Vanilla, Tahitian
       Vetiver
       Wintergreen
       Ylang Ylang, Extra
       Ylang Ylang, Comp.
       43
       44
       44
       25
       45
       46
       25
       46
       47
       40
       37
       37
       37
       47
       45
       38
       46
       45
       39
       41
       46
       46
       39
       43
       35
       36
       32
       42
       39
       38

    MEASURING ESSENTIAL OILS FOR CONCENTRATIONS IN BLENDS


    Using the number of drops per milliliter (ml) when figuring how many drops are required to make a particular percent concentration in a carrier oil:

    When creating blends, you may come across notations of percent concentrations. Such as, "use Tea Tree essential oil at 5 percent concentration in Hazelnut for... "or "do not exceed 5 percent concentration total of essential oil... "   How do you measure the percent concentration of an essential oil in one or more ounces of a blend in a carrier oil?

    One way to measure the percent concentration of an essential oil in each ounce of blend with a carrier oil is to use the number of milliliters in each ounce (30), then figure the number of milliliters of essential oil needed, and then how many drops of essential oil that is. The calculation goes like this:
    • There are 30 milliliters (ml) in one fluid ounce (Actually 29.57 ml / fl. oz., but 30 really is close enough).
    • You can figure the number of milliliters of essential oil required in each ounce by multiplying the percentage desired concentration by 30.
    • For example, 10 percent is 0.10 x 30 = 3 ml
    • 1 percent 0.01 x 30 = 0.3 ml, or about one-third of one milliliter
    • 0.5 percent 0.005 x 30 = 0.15 ml... and so on.

    So how do we measure 0.15 ml of essential oil? If the oil is High Elevation Lavender, then from the table above we see there are 40 drops per milliliter. So the number of drops in 0.15 ml is 0.15 x 40 = 6 drops. This is the number of drops for a 0.5 percent or 1/2 percent concentration in one ounce of blend. 1 percent is, as above, 0.3 x 30 = 12 drops. To be accurate, you would add this to 1 ounce of carrier minus 12 drops, or put the 12 drops in an empty one ounce bottle, then fill the rest with your carrier (this becomes more critical with higher percentage concentrations - for dilution accuracy use this method instead of just adding the drops to an already measured one ounce of carrier).

    Typically we are working with pipettes that are possibly marked at each 1/2 ml, or eye droppers without any measurement markings at all. Here is where we make use of the number of drops of essential oil per milliliter. It is commonly thought that there are 20 drops per milliliter, and this is true of water when using 'standard' measuring tools - the 3 ml graduated pipettes or glass eye droppers that come with certain commercial brands of essential oils.

    However, the number of drops per milliliter of a liquid is not only affected by the dropper, but by the properties of the liquid itself. There is a property called "cohesion", which causes the liquid to stick together more or less. Water has high cohesion, therefore the drop sizes are larger and there is fewer drops per milliliter. The high cohesion requires that the drop weigh more before it separates from the rest of the liquid. Each essential oil has a different number of drops per milliliter!

    So when creating your own blends and want to accurately use a particular percentage concentration of essential oils, or when you need to measure an essential oil in milliliters, but do not have a measuring device, you can use the above table and simple calculations to find the number of drops you require.

    Again, to find the number of drops of essential oil in each ounce of blend with a carrier, use this formula:
    (The desired percent concentration) x 30 ml / oz x (The number of drops per milliliter from the table above).
    Example: 5 percent of Tea Tree in one ounce is 0.05 x 30 x 41 = 61.5 drops (it is up to you to put in the extra "half" drop or not!)







    using essential oils - steam inhalation


    STEAM INHALATION

    Try inhaling fragrant steam to treat colds, sinus problems or coughs.
      3 drops Essential Oil
      Bowl of Steaming Water

    Drape a towel over your head and hold your face over the bowl. Breathe in deeply.





    DRY INHALATION

    Try inhaling fragrant steam to treat colds, sinus problems or coughs.
      1 to 3 drops Essential Oil

    Put essential oil drops on a handkerchief and hold it under your nose. Breathe in deeply.





    HEALING COMPRESS

    A hot, damp compress can soothe abdominal cramps, and a cold one can relieve fevers, headaches or sunburn.
      5 drops Essential Oil
      1/2 cup Cold or Hot Water

    Add essential oil to water. Dip a cloth in the water mixture and wring it out. Apply it where necessary.





    HUMIDIFIERS

    To fight the symptoms of colds, bronchitis, and asthma, try using a humidifier or vaporizer.
      3 drops Lavender Essential Oil or other oil of choice.

    Add essential oil to a humidifier or vaporizer.

  • Lavender Essential Oil Products





  • HERBAL SAUNA

    Use essential oils in the sauna to aid the lungs and help strengthen the immune system.
      5 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil or other oil of choice.
      1 cup Water

    Ad essential oil to water and pour over the heated sauna stones.

  • Tea Tree Essential Oil Products


  • CARRIER OILS

    Carrier oils do exactly what they say - they "carry" the potent essential oil for use on the skin. They are fatty, plant-based oils - usually vegetable, nut or seed oils, such as Sweet Almond Carrier Oil, Apricot Kernel Carrier Oil, Olive Carrier Oil and Wheat Germ Carrier Oil. Each has its own therapeutic value to add to the essential oil's value. Use up to 15 drops of essential oil per ounce of carrier oil. Prepare small quantities as needed.

  • Essential Oil Products
  • Carrier & Herbal Oil Products


  • OTHER BASES

    There are several plant extracts that work well as bases for diluting essential oils and may be used in the same way as carrier oils.
  • Witch Hazel Extract Products
  • Aloe Vera Products
  • Rose Essential Oil Products



  • HOMEMADE DISTILLED ROSE WATER

    Rose water is used in cosmetics for its lovely scent, but also because it has light astringent properties. As the gentlest of all astringents, rose water is often used as toner for fair and dry skin. You must be careful when purchasing rose water to buy only the 100 percent pure form. Often what is available in pharmacies and even some natural food stores is synthetic rose oil and water with preservatives added. Pure rose water is the distilled water of roses. It is usually made by stream distillation, and it smells heavenly and tastes delicious. Besides health food stores and herb stores, you can often find rose water in delicatessens; it is used as a flavoring in fancy Greek pastries, puddings, and cakes.

    This recipe is the more traditional way to prepare rose water. Though it is a little more involved, its fun to do and the results are outstanding. You can make a quart of excellent-quality rose water in about 40 minutes. However, if you simmer the water too long, you will continue to produce distilled water but the rose essence will become diluted. Your rose water will smell more like plain distilled water, rather than the heavenly scent of roses.

    Be sure you have a brick and heat-safe stainless steel or glass quart bowl ready before you begin.

    Video Tutorial: How To Make Rosewater

    Ingredients:
      2 to 3 quarts fresh Roses or Rose Petals
      Water
      Ice cubes or crushed ice (Ice cold water will work in a pinch)

    1. In the center of a large pot (the speckled blue canning pots are ideal) with an inverted lid (a rounded lid), place a fireplace brick. On top of the brick place the bowl. Put the roses in the pot; add enough flowers to reach the top of the brick. Pour in just enough water to cover the roses. The water should be just above the top of the brick.

    2. Place the lid upside down on the pot. Turn on the stove and bring the water to a rolling boil, then lower heat to a slow steady simmer. As soon as the water begins to boil, toss two or three trays of ice cubes (or a bag of ice) on top of the lid.

    3. You have now created a home still! As the water boils the steam rises, hits the top of the cold lid, and condenses. As it condenses it flows to the center of the lid and drops into the bowl. Every 20 minutes, quickly lift the lid and take out a tablespoon or two of the rose water. It is time to stop when you have between a pint and a quart of water that smells and tastes strongly like roses.

    4. Let the Rose Water cool and pour into a sterile glass bottle. Cap the Rose Water tightly and store in the refrigerator.

    Information obtained from Care2 Healthy Living




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