Aromatic oils that are desirable to have at home
It is desirable to have essential oils in the home that the family thinks will be most useful to them. Cold-pressed vegetable oil (walnut or seed) is usually procured to dilute essential oils except for lavender essential oil and clove and melaleuca essential oil.
Melaleuca essential oil-against bacterial and fungal skin infections and inflammatory processes of the female genital organs caused by candida.
Eucalyptus essential oil – against infectious processes of the respiratory tract and fungal skin diseases.
Clove is against toothache.
Lavender essential oil – against burns, insect bites, herpes, muscle aches, fatigue, headaches, anxiety, difficulty sleeping and chipping.
Mint – against respiratory infections, high body temperature, against painful abdominal cramps, cuts and scratches.
Chamomile-against high body temperature, insomnia and inflammatory conditions.
Homeopathic useful preparations – should be chosen according to the characteristics of individual symptoms. Below are preparations that can be applied to a number of conditions.
Aconitum — for the sudden onset of high body temperature.
Hypercal (St. John’s wort and calendula) -a cream or solution for topical application for frostbite and other skin problems.
Ledum — for stab wounds on the body
Rhus Toxicodendron — for sprains and strains
Useful accessories for every household:
Droppers are used to determine the amount of essential oils.
Herbal glove or belt-to stimulate blood flow (when legs, feet and hands are cold or for varicose veins)
Water or electric hot water bottle – to relieve muscle pain and abdominal cramps.
Ice compresses – for bruises and sprains on the body
Thermometer-for measuring body temperature. The most reliable and easiest to use is an in-ear measuring thermometer.