First Aid Kit Essential Oils | Health Supplement Guide For Beginners Published

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( — August 11, 2022) —

Loving Essential Oils, an online retailer and information source for aromatherapy products and practices, has issued a new guide explaining the uses of essential oils for First Aid kits.

The company, led by certified aromatherapist Jennifer Lane, has issued a new guide detailing how to augment First Aid kits with ten essential oils effective at treating a range of ailments and minor illnesses. The oils, which can be placed in mini vials, are intended to supplement a kit’s usual range of bandaids, gauze, wraps, and thermometers.

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Loving Essential Oils’ new report lists treatment options for sunburn, insect bites, blisters, burns, headaches, and pain relief, among other symptoms. There are almost 100 commonly used essential oil products, each with its own potential health benefits – but some of which have been more extensively studied than others.

The essential oils market is growing at over 7% annually and has been driven mainly by the spike in interest from the personal care and cosmetics markets. Many of the purported health benefits related to essential oils – concentrated plant extracts – are expected to also fuel their demand in pharmaceutical applications as the pandemic witnessed a surge in interest in natural and plant-based consumer products. For example, The Journal of Lipid Research published a study concluding that many essential oils help to fight inflammatory conditions. Other studies have shown promising results for a wide range of conditions, such as skin ailments and muscle pain.

Loving Essential Oils’ guide stipulates that lavender, for example, is like the “swiss army knife” of essential oils because it can help treat a range of conditions, from skin inflammation to insomnia to muscle spasms. In fact, there is growing scientific evidence that lavender has anticonvulsive, analgesic, and neuroprotective properties.

Ms. Lane recommends the treatment of acne with tea oil and fungal/bacterial infections with orange oil, both of which are backed by current research. Additional oils include peppermint, frankincense, lemon, and clove – all of which serve a secondary function, as they constitute some of the oils necessary for all beginner students of aromatherapy to master.

A customer commented: “My wife was on a serious decline in her health, and diagnosed with a debilitating illness. ‘Essential Oils Guide for Beginners’ is just what I was looking for. Bottom line, massage with essential oils has helped bring her back from the brink.”

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