Niaouli Essential Oil (Middle)
Properties: Niaouli essential oil is an analgesic (pain relief), antirheumatic (slow rheumatoid arthritis down), antiseptic, bactericidal (kills bacteria), cicatrisant (skin healing), decongestant, expectorant, febrifuge (reduce fever), insecticide, stimulant, vermifuge (destroys or expels parasitic worms) and a vulnerary (wound healing).
Health benefits: It is used for pain relief, treatment of rheumatism and arthritis, protects against wounds becoming septic, inhibits bacterial growth, boosts health, clears up scars and spots, decreases congestion, eases breathing, expels phlegm and catarrh, reduces fever, kills and repels insects, stimulates functions and kills worms.
Nutmeg Essential Oil (Middle)
Properties: Nutmeg essential oil is an analgesic (pain relief), antiemetic (preventing vomiting), antioxidant, antirheumatic (slow rheumatoid arthritis down), antiseptic, antispasmodic, anti-parasitic, aphrodisiac, cardiac, vermifuge (destroys or expels parasitic worms), laxative, prostaglandin inhibitor, stimulant and a tonic.
Health benefits: It relieves pain, stops vomiting, counters premature aging, treats rheumatism and arthritis, protects wounds from developing sepsis, reduces spasms, kills parasites and worms, enhances libido, improves heart health, clears bowels and stops prostate enlargement.
Orange Essential Oil (Top)
Properties: Orange essential oil is an anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, antispasmodic, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, carminative, diuretic, tonic, sedative and a cholagogue (promotes the discharge of bile).
Health benefits: It soothes inflammation, fights depression and uplifts mood, protects against sepsis, enhances libido and as a cure for sexual dysfunction, relieves gas, increases urination and removes toxins, tones up general health of the immune system, reduces emotional and nervous disturbances, increases discharge and secretions from glands.
Oregano Essential Oil (Middle)
Properties: Oregano essential oil is an antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-parasitic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, digestive, emenagogue (stimulates or increases menstrual flow) and an anti-allergenic.
Health benefits: It inhibits viral, bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections, heals damage done by oxidation, soothes inflammations, promotes digestion, opens up obstructed menstruation and helps cure allergies.
Palmarosa Essential Oil (Middle)
Properties: Palmarosa essential oil is used as an antiseptic, antiviral, bactericide, cytophylactic (protects cells), digestive, febrifuge (reduce fever) and a hydration balm.
Health benefits: It protects against sepsis, inhibits viral and bacterial growth, promotes growth and regeneration of cells, facilitates digestion and reduces fever.
Parsley Essential Oil (Middle)
Properties: Parsley essential oil is antimicrobial (kills microorganisms or inhibits their growth), antirheumatic (slow rheumatoid arthritis down), antiarthritic (relieves arthritis symptoms), antiseptic, astringent, carminative, circulatory, detoxifier, digestive, diuretic, depurative (purifying and detoxifying), emenagogue (stimulates or increases menstrual flow, febrifuge (reduce fever), hypotensive (lowering the blood pressure), laxative, stimulant, stomachic (promoting the appetite or assisting digestion) and uterine.
Health benefits: It inhibits microbial growth, treats rheumatism and arthritis, protects against sepsis, tightens gums and muscles, stops hair loss, reduces chances of haemorrhaging, removes gases, improves circulation of blood and lymph, removes toxins, facilitates digestion, increases urination and subsequent removal of toxins, purifies blood, reduces obstructed menstruation, soothes fever, reduces blood pressure, clears the bowels, stimulates functions and restores uterine health.
Information provided is for personal information and interest only, it is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and does not offer medical advice or treatment for any condition. It is recommend you consult your doctor or aromatherapist if you are pregnant, nursing, take medication, have any health/medical conditions and want to include using essential oils.
Had never heard of some of these. Interesting that Palmarosa prevents against Sepsis…might need to look into getting some as Big Man has had two episodes of this horrible infection recently.
It is so hard when something reoccurs, especially something as dangerous as sepsis. Hope Big Man is 100% now. Have a glorious day sweet Tanya. 🙂 xo
Recovering very well now thank you 😀
I am not a huge fan of the green herb oils. I do like Niaouli however.
There are some oils with very unpleasant scents. Have a super day. 🙂 xo
Lately in my little patch of paradise we’ve been bugged by bugs… the teeny little ones that bite and you don’t know you’ve been bitten until the next day when the scratches and inflammation kicks in. Sounds like I need some of these oils to tame the tiger of itchies.
Aah yes, the horrid little mites – so annoying. Hope you are still having a blast hon. 🙂 xo
Is nutmeg safe in pregnancy?
With research I have done, nutmeg is not safe to use during pregnancy. xo
Thanks for your prompt reply. Can you recommend anything that would be okay for vomiting?
There are 2 schools of thought around using essential oils while pregnant, especially in your first trimester so would suggest you speak to your health care practitioner before using any oils although it could be safe enough to inhale/defuse lemon oil but please check with your doctors first. There are other safe to use oils while pregnant but I would recommend you speak to a professional as there are could be other contributing factors. 🙂 xo
Thanks for the advice. I will ask the midwife.
Hope you are feeling better soon. xo
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Thanks for the link back. Have a great day. 🙂 xo