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New Year presents:Top3 Essential Oils Limited-edition Set

3 Different Scents and Properties Cedarwood Virginian Essential Oil:With fresh, woody and balsamic flavor, it extremely resembles the aroma of cedar chests and closets. And such fragrance can relieve anxiety, improve sleep quality and boost mood. Frankincense Essential Oil:It not only smells woody, earthy, but also has a sweet-fruited scent. And such fragrance can help focus meditation and improve concentration. Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil: Its warm, sweet and woody flavor is...

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Where Do Essential Oils Come From?

Where Do Essential Oils Come From?

Essential oils are extracted from a wide range of plants worldwide. Where plants grow depends on factors such as their tolerance to frost and if there’s sufficient rainfall or irrigation. Many oils thrive in Mediterranean areas and in subtropical and tropical climates. Traditionally, most essential oils were harvested from the wild, and this is still the case for some abundant species such as juniper. However, as aromatherapy grows in popularity,...

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What Are The Major Compounds Of Essential Oils?

What Are The Major Compounds Of Essential Oils?

For the safe practice of essential oil used it is essential to have at least a basic understanding of the chemistry of the essential oils before being able to use them in a meaningful, caring and effective way. The chemical composition of essential oils is very complex, each component has its own effect. It doesn’t work alone but interacting. We don’t need to learn essential oils like we do in...

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How Essential Oils Are Produced and Affect Emotions?

How Essential Oils Are Produced and Affect Emotions?

HOW DOES ESSENTIAL OIL AFFECT EMOTIONS WITH THE SCENT? When you inhale aroma, its scent molecules—the VOCs discussed earlier—enter your nose, where they remain in a part of the nasal lining (the olfactory membrane). Within this lining is the olfactory epithelium, a specialized tissue containing receptor neurons (nerve cells) that become containers for the scent molecules. These neurons don’t just trap the scent molecules and hold them inside the nose....

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