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Endometriosis and Essential Oil – Clary Sage

Clary Sage oil has been used for years in some cultures to treat a
variety of diseases and today at OiB we will discuss how this essential oil can be used to relieve the pain of endometriosis in the menstrual cycle of women.

What is Clary Sage Oil?
Clary Sage has been traditionally used to treat muscle pain. This oil is also known as Clary and is extracted from Salvia Sclarea from the Labiate family.

How does Clary Sage Oil benefit women with Endometriosis?

 Nervous System: This essential oil works by reducing tension, depression, stress and insomnia. This is only possible because the oil works as a nervous system tonic medicine and relaxes the tension of the brain cells.

 Menstrual Pain: Sometimes in menstruation the uterine muscle becomes overly active and as a result this causes pain around the area. This is where Clary Sage oil works by strengthening the function of the liver.

 Heavy Menstrual blood flow: Women with heavy menstrual blood flow during their menstrual cycle should use the Clary Sage Essential Oil as it will help reduce the heavy flow by increasing the flow of oxygen and nutrients for our body.

 Immune System: This essential oil is a natural anti-oxidant as it contains linalool which increases the immune system function and restricts the damage caused by oxidation.
Clary Sage essential also contains a natural anti septic agent called caryophyllene, which kills the bacteria responsible for causing disease.

Fights against Leukemia
A promising study conducted at the Department of Immunology, Hellenic Anticancer Institute in Athens, Greece, examined the role that sclareol, a chemical compound found in clary sage oil, plays in fighting leukemia.

DIY Pure Pulse Point Perfume
 Clary Sage 0.05gm= 1 drop
 Sandalwood Australian 0.05gm=1 drop
 Lime 0.05gm= 1 drop

In a little dish mix these oils and anoint your pulse points or chakras – 3 drops of essential oils and dilute with a few drops of carrier oil – always patch test first!

Essential Oils for Endometriosis
Clary sage essential oil helps balance hormones and has been found to effectively reduce the symptoms of endometriosis. Apply 2-4 drops topically over abdomen and apply a warm compress over the area.

Taking 3 drops internally of frankincense and sandalwood essential oils may also help reduce inflammation and support healing.

Conclusion:
It can be concluded from the information in this article that Clary Sage oil is definitely worth a shot especially for women suffering endometriosis in their menstrual cycle.

Got any questions regarding Clary Sage Oil? Just comment below.

Usage of Tea Tree Oil and Its Benefits

Want to improve your skin condition using natural elements? Then this post is definitely for you.

Introduction
There are hundreds and thousands uses of tea tree oil. It is best known for skin care application, but the research has shown that tea tree oil can be used as antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral property.

There are over hundred different constituents in the native tree from Northeast coast of Australia. All these components play a major role in developing properties of this surperbe natural skincare product. The best quality of tea tree oil is that you do not have to dilute it before applying to the skin. It is the safest oil and is suitable for all skin type as is it considered as the concentrated natural oil. But if you have very sensitive skin then I would recommend you to dilute it.

Here you go with some suggestions regarding the uses and benefits of tea tree oil.

 Athletes Foot: It commonly grows in warm, moist areas between toes and the sides and soles of feet. It is very infectious and spreads quickly through locker and shower rooms. Tea tree oil is great for treating a wide range of fungal infections and symptoms, which includes athlete’s foot. To get rid of athlete’s foot, you can use tea tree oil as topical application. It would be effective of you apply 3 or more times a day to the infected area. Tea tree oil is also used in the topical treatment of skin infection such as ringworm.

 In the treatment of cold and flu: Cold and flu symptoms can be treated by using tea tree oil. For sore throats, it is a suggestion to add ten drops to a cup of warm water and gargle. Do this twice a day. This will help you in clearing mucus and killing bacteria.

 Sinus: Put few drops of tea tree oil in a steam bath or vaporizer or you can add 5-10 drops to steaming hot water for an inhalant. You can rub around sinuses. Using this treatment at the onset of symptoms will help in killing germs and bacteria.

 Gum infections: Use a mouthwash of tea tree oil by diluting it in water, it will help remedy and prevent gum disease and plaque. Do not even think about swallowing it. Small amounts are not considered toxic, though it can create some stomach related problems.

 Candida Albicans Infections: Tea tree oil possesses fungal properties which can help in clearing vaginal thrush and is of value with treating genital infections generally.

 Acne: Gently wipe the skin with a cotton ball which is soaked in straight or diluted tea tree oil. It will help in calming the inflammation, diminishing infection, and preventing new acne pores from developing. It does not irritate or trouble skin while killing the bacteria that aggravate skin eruptions. You can use it on face, neck, chest, and back. Mix a few drops with acne cleanser to boost its effectiveness.

 Head Lice: Head lice can be treated by adding then drops of tea tree oil to shampoo. The hair and scalp should be wet and lathered thoroughly. Use a fine toothed-comb before shampoo is rinsed off. Avoid direct contact with eyes while washing hair. For effective result must use it several times a month.

 Іnsесt Bites: A drop or two of tea tree oil can be applied directly onto an insect bite or sting to help alleviate swelling, itching, and redness.

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 Skin Irritations and Sunburns: Add several drops of tea tree oil to bath water; it can help reduce the swelling and itching from skin irritations. In addition the same method can be done to help the symptoms of minor sunburns.

 Bug Repellent: Bugs strongly dislike tea tree oil. The oil can be used against deter ants, roaches, and other pests. Put a few drops of the oil where the pests are coming from. You can also wipe your kitchen, rooms and other places of house with the mixture of water and tea tree oil this will make the bugs leave.

All purpose DIY Tea Tree Oil Cleaner

Ingredients
 1 cup white vinegar
 3 cups water
 12 drops tea tree essential oil
 6 drops lavender essential oil
 3 drops eucalyptus essential oil

Instructions

 Measure out the water, and then the vinegar. Using a funnel, pour them into your spray bottle. Add the essential oils, counting out the drops.

 Label your cleaner, we used these adorable little chalkboard labels, which come with a free chalk marker. Shake well to mix.

 Apply to surfaces as you would any other cleaner. Shake well before each use.
Aren’t you already on your way to make this cleaner?

Kakadu Plum – A little known secret for maintaining a healthy Skin.

Kakadu Plum - A little known secret for maintaining a healthy Skin.
Kakadu Plum – A little known secret for maintaining a healthy Skin – Organicisbeautiful.com

The Kakadu Plum, a fruit native to Australia, is one of those ‘super foods’ which many people seem to forget exists. This is a shame because it brings a whole host of benefits to the table. On this page, we are going to take a little look at the benefits of the Kakadu Plum on the skin.

Vitamin C

The Kakadu Plum is packed to the brim with Vitamin C. This is one of the most essential of vitamins for your skin. A diet high in Vitamin C can help with the following:

  • Helps to keep your skin nice and firm
  • Gives your skin a radiant glow
  • Results in dark spots of your skin fading.
  • Can fade the appearance of acne scars

In addition to that, Vitamin C can help to protect you from harmful UV light. This means that your skin will not age quite as quickly!

Kakadu Plum - A little known secret for maintaining a healthy Skin - Organicisbeautiful.com
Kakadu Plum – A little known secret for maintaining a healthy Skin – Organicisbeautiful.com

Helps to fight acne

The Kakadu Plum is well-known for its ability to fight acne. In fact, it has been used for this very purpose for centuries. This is because it is a natural antibiotic. This means that it is able to fight off the bacteria which causes acne. At the same time, it will be able to fight off the inflammation caused by acne. All in all, you are going to have firmer skin which has very little discomfort during an acne flare-up.

Antioxidants

If you have been looking into skin care products for a while, then you have probably seen this word banded about quite a lot. Antioxidants are vital for skin health.

Free radicals can damage the skin. Antioxidants help to fight these free radicals. This means reducing the risk of UV damage and pollution on your skin. One of the major benefits of Kakadu Plum is that it contains antioxidants which you won’t find in many other natural products. This includes Gallic Acid which helps to give your skin a protective layer and Ellagic acid which gives your skin a bit of elasticity. Basically, it is going to look younger.

It is a sustainable product

This isn’t really tied to the skin benefits of the fruit all that much, however, you will be pleased to know that the population of Kakadu Plum plants is sustainable. Many natural products on the market are not. This drives the price up and causes plants to become extinct. That will not happen with the Kakadu Plum.

Remember, if you want to experience all of the benefits that the Kakadu Plum brings to the table, then it is important that you only use 100% Kakadu Plum products. If you purchase anything else, then it may be laden with chemicals which may have a negative impact on your health. That being said, there are no issues with purchasing Kakadu Plum which has been mixed with other natural products. This way your skin really can benefit!

Are you tempted to try the Kadaku Plum after reading this? Leave a comment below!

All The Things You Should Know About Bergamot Oil

All The Things You Should Know About Bergamot Oil - organicisbeautiful.com
All The Things You Should Know About Bergamot Oil – organicisbeautiful.com

Bergamot oil is taken from the peel of Bergamot fruit and can be used for many things. Many people use it to treat a condition named psoriasis through applying the Bergamot oil to the skin. It has been used as a medicine for several conditions, such as vitiligo (pigment loss), mycosis fungoides (fungal infection), etc. You can also use it to improve your mood and increase confidence.

Skin Type

  • Oily Skin Bergamot oil is good for people with an oily skin because it helps you unclog pores. It is mostly used for balancing an oily skin.
  • Sensitive Skin If you have a sensitive skin and you’re going out, apply Bergamot oil with sunscreen to be safe from the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Because Bergamot oil increases your skin’s photosensitivity and going out with it would be effective.
  • Dark Complexion Skin It acts effectively on your skin by removing impurity. By doing so, it makes your skin clean and clear, which enhances your tone.
  • Dry Skin Bergamot oil keeps the skin protected from drying.
  • Infectious Skin It has been used for many infectious diseases. It can be used for fungal infections and many skin diseases.

5 Main Benefits

  • Stress and anxiety with Aromatherapy
  • Deodorant
  • Disinfectant
  • Fever
  • Aiding digestion
All The Things You Should Know About Bergamot Oil - organicisbeautiful.com
All The Things You Should Know About Bergamot Oil – organicisbeautiful.com

Traditional Skincare Usage

Bergamot oil is used for:

  • Medicines
  • Treating infections
  • Improving digestion
  • Lowering fever
  • Earl Grey Tea

Precautions

  • Consult a Professional Before Using Bergamot oil is safe for use but I would advise you to consult a physician before using it for your treatment. Also, do not apply it to young children and pregnant women.
  • Not Safe for Consuming Bergamot Oil should not be consumed directly as some people have said that it can be fatal. Also, it can cause you twitching and muscle cramps because it removes potassium stores in your body. 
  • Bergamot Oil Can Increase Your Chances of Sun Damage Do not use the oil with photosensitizing drugs such as Noroxin (Norfloxacin), Floxin (Ofloxacin), Cipro (Ciprofloxacin), Levaquin (levofloxacin), and, Maxaquin (lomefloxacin). As this can lead you to very severe reactions.

Homemade Earl Grey Tea for Skin:

  • Use fresh cold water from the kettle.
  • Boil it to 208° Fahrenheit.
  • Warm the pot so your tea doesn’t cool down too fast and stays hot for a longer time.
  • Adjust the measurement. One teaspoon should be used for a six-ounce cup and two teaspoons per eight-ounce glass of an iced tea. You can also adjust it to best suit the taste you want it to have.
  • Steep it for at least 3-5 minutes to get complete benefit of it. You can also serve it with a slice of lemon or sugar for taste.

So, I recommend you to have Bergamot essential oil in your cabinet because it can be useful for you in the long run. Try it and comment below about your experience with it.

Essential oils for pain

5 essentials oils for muscles pain and cramps

Are you suffering from aches and pains in your muscles? Well, you can always head for the painkillers. That is a quick way out, however, painkillers are not good for your system. Instead, you should opt for some natural products. On this page, we are going to look at five essential oils which have been used time and time again by those who are looking to eliminate their muscle pain once and for all!

5 essentials oils for muscles pain and cramps - Organicisbeautiful.com
5 essentials oils for muscles pain and cramps – Organicisbeautiful.com

Lavender

When it comes to oils, lavender seems to be the ‘jack of all trades’. It can help a person in a multitude of different ways. When it comes to dealing with muscle pain and cramps, it can help to reduce inflammation. In addition to that, it can boost circulation to the impacted area which will drastically reduce the amount of pain that you are dealing with. To cap it all off, the swelling will go down. This can make it far easier to walk!

Rosemary

Rosemary is another essential oil which seems to have a whole host of benefits. It seems to work best with those who are suffering from arthritis and other conditions which may make their joints hurt. However, that is not to say that it can’t be used by anybody else. In fact, it frequently is. If you apply it directly to the impacted area, you will experience very quick pain relief!

Black Pepper

Not many people out there seem to know that black pepper essential oil exists, but it does, and it works remarkably well when it comes to aches and pains in your muscles. Just like if you ate black pepper, the oil will provide a nice warming effect on the impacted area. This helps to boost circulation and that, ultimately, reduces pain. There are actually many athletes out there who use black pepper essential oil on a regular basis. This is not because they are suffering from pain, but it is because if you apply the black pepper to the impacted area ‘pre-workout’, you will be able to prevent ‘after exercise’ pain.

Thyme

Thyme is another essential oil which has a warming impacted on the muscles. It is great for those who may be suffering from high blood pressure at the same time. This is because thyme can be used to lower blood presume while at the same time boosting circulation in the body. Most people find that thyme is particularly effective when the injury being treated is sport related.

5 essentials oils for muscles pain and cramps - Organicisbeautiful.com
5 essentials oils for muscles pain and cramps – Organicisbeautiful.com

Ginger

Finally, we are going to talk about ginger essential oils. Ginger is great if your muscle is constantly going through spasms. It has a great calming impact on the muscles. In addition to this, it provides a nice amount of warmth to the muscles, boosting circulation.

Remember, this is just a quick guide to essential oils for dealing with muscle pain. There are plenty of other options out there that you can use. However, we feel as though this list is a brilliant starting point for anybody looking to alleviate their symptoms!

Do you have any other tips for dealing with muscle pain and cramps? Do you have any other home made remedies?

Amanda

muscles pain and cramps

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