The effect of different essential oils

Amyris - Antiseptic, calming, counteracts stress and tension

Orange - cleansing, invigorating and improves circulation

Bergamot - antiseptic, has invigorating properties and can have a mood-lifting effect, which makes it useful for depression, anxiety, stress, reduced appetite and sleep problems

Cedarwood - Essential oil cedarwood atlas has antiseptic properties and has an astringent, stabilizing and balancing effect on the skin. The oil regulates sebum production and can be used with advantage in eczema as it soothes itching and skin irritations. In hair care, the oil is used for oily scalp, dandruff and seborrhea. The oil is often used in meditation as it is said to have a focusing effect. Cedar wood atlas is also said to strengthen self-confidence and relieve nervousness.

Lemongrass - Lemongrass essential oil has bactericidal, antifungal, circulation-increasing and astringent properties. Lemongrass oil has a calming effect on the central nervous system but is also mentally invigorating, energizing and stimulating. Lemongrass oil provides pain relief for sore and tired muscles, which means that it can be used with advantage for stretches or stiffness in muscles. Lemongrass oil is effective against dandruff when treating the scalp. Lemongrass essential oil works particularly well in deodorants, foot creams and cellulite oil.

Lemongrass essential oil is effective against bad odors, cleans the air and inhibits certain airborne bacteria. In addition to this, lemongrass is used as a flavoring agent in soft drinks and alcoholic beverages.

Lavender - Calming, balancing, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, antiseptic.

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Ylang Ylang - Soothing. Counteracts frustration, depression, stress and sleep problems.