Encyclopedia of Essential Oils II

Absinthe: a stomach medicine, ailments such as indigestion, gastric pain, heartburn, dysentery and, an appetizer.

Anethi: seed Oil also known as East Indian Dill.oil. Used for relieving flatulence in infants, an expectorant with soothing effect, to lower blood pressure in adults.

Anise seed Oil: Antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, stabilizes digestive system relieves gas accumulation or nauseous migraines. Bled it with carrier oil such as peppermint or nutmeg oil and massage it on digestive area or on sore muscles or joint to sooth the pain  good for heart palpitation , bronchitis and spasmodic asthma, it may help restoring cardiac and upper respiratory conditions.

Amber: adorned in Middle East region as a relaxing perfume, mix it with carrier oil such as sweet almond or jojoba to make a great calming anti-stress anti anxiety  body massage essential oil, good for meditation.

Basil: Anti reparatory infections, mouth ulcers, stimulating, mental fatigue and migraines, wasp stings, assists  the respiratory system, sinus congestion, asthma, bronchitis, influenza, or cough, fevers, anti depressant ,vomiting, gastric spasms, nausea, dyspepsia and hiccups. An analgesic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative and good massages oil for exhausted muscles. Avoid during pregnancy or with a history of estrogen-dependent cancer.

Benzoin: Soothing massage oil good protection for skin,

Bergamot: common in Middle East used in local sweets and traditional food and drinks, good for fevers, it is also regarded to be an anti stress, anti-depressant.

Birch: treatment RSI, cellulite, inflamed tendons (tenosynovitis),  close to being a natural  cortisone good for bone, muscle and joint discomfort. It aids in decreasing pain from arthritis, tendonitis, and rheumatism.

Birch Bud: diuretic, blood-cleanser and skin treatment, dermatitis boils and ulcers

Black Pepper: for muscular pain, analgesic.

Cardamom digestive aid, and aphrodisiac

Cajeput: if inhalated good for colds and reparatory infections

Carrot Seed muscle relaxant  and antioxidant purifies blood and detoxifies liver, an aid for hepatitis and enhances kidney and gallbladder, widely used in skin care products, a stimulator of red blood cells.

Cassia Oil used in aromatherapy and is often a component of potpourri but it is also a natural lipo inhibitor that helps in losing weight, Avoid using by pregnant women.Do not use during pregnancy

Celery: antidepressant and it improves the digestive system

Cempaka: an anti stress oil and incense

Chamomile: Abscesses, allergies, arthritis, boils, colic, cuts, cystitis, dermatitis, dysmenorrhoea, earache, flatulence, hair, headache, inflamed skin, insect bites, insomnia, nausea, neuralgia, PMS, rheumatism, sores, sprains, strains, stress, wounds.

Coriander: proven to  lower glucose levels by normalizing insulin levels and supporting pancreas function. It also has anti-inflammatory and sedative properties.

Clary Sage: an anti depressant that calms nerves, sore throats similar to Sage.


Devil's Claw: Rheumatism, arthritis and other inflammatory conditions

Cypress: menopausal issues, rheumatism, astringent

Elimi: anti-stress and a skin care oil at the same time.

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