5 basic essential oil recipes–Essential Oils and Aromatherapy

Essential Oils and Aromatherapy by Daniel Alley

I’m happy to bring you this awesome guide for beginners for using essential oils, entitled E
Essential Oils and Aromatherapy.  It’s an excellent book that breaks down the basics of using oils, what they do, how to use them properly, and some basic blends and recipes. If you are curious about essential oils and want a simple and easy-to-follow guide, this is your book!

Here are my five favorite essential oil recipes!

1.Egg shells, Honey, and Tea Tree Oil
take 2-4 egg shells and wash them out, and try them. Grind them to a fine powder in a food processor or blender. Mix with a little bit of honey, olive oil, and a few drops of tea tree oil. This is a therapeutic healing mask that will soften and whiten the skin. Wash off with warm water and pat your skin dry.

2. Coffee grounds, Peppermint, and Almond oil
This is a great toning and tightening scrub awesome for your back, arms, and legs. use 1/2 cup coffee grounds, mix almond oil until you have a good consistency, and then add a few drops of peppermint. I recommend Radha Beauty peppermint oil; it’s amazing and you won’t regret it. You can also use this blend in your hair and scalp!

3. Egg yolk, coconut oil, Rosemary, and lemongrass
Mix the egg yolk, a spoonful of coconut oil or olive oil, and a few drops of rosemary and lemongrass oil together until it’s smooth. working with damp (not wet) hair, start at the tips and work the treatment up towards the roots until your hair is completely covered. Wrap in a shower cap or plastic bag and let it sit for 30-45 minutes. wash it out with COLD water. (if you use hot water, it’ll cook the egg, and it’ll be a pain to get it out of your hair)

4. Crushed Garlic, Frankincense, and Eucalyptus
This is a great treatment for acne! The frankincense pulls the nastiness to the surface; the garlic kills every kind of bacteria. The eucalyptus is healing, therapeutic, and soothing. You can use this on open acne if you have a popped pimple (it will work even better) but it’ll hurt like a mofo.

5. Salt, Coconut Butter, and your favorite oil.
This is just a basic salt scrub. I used orange oil when I made this blend in the video below; it’s super easy! It makes a awesome exfoliating salt scrub and leaves your skin feeling soft, conditioned, and alive.

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