The Aetherial Natural Essential Oils

They’re made from parts of certain plants like Agarwood, Eucalyptus Leaves, Cinnamon Barks, Vetiver Roots, Pili Gums, Champaca Flowers and Lemon Rinds. We use different methods to concentrate them into oils. You may add them to vegetable oils, creams, or bath gels. Or you might smell them, rub them on your skin, or put them in your bath.

Research of Department of Science and Technology – Forest Products Research Development Institute (DOST-FPRDI) shows that they can be helpful, if you know how to use them the right way. Always check the label and ask your doctor if you’re not sure if they’re suitable for you to use. Undiluted oils are too strong to use straight. You’ll need to dilute them, usually with vegetable oils or creams or bath gels, to a solution that only has a little bit — 1% to 5% — of the essential oil. Exactly how much can vary. The higher the percentage, the more likely you are to have a reaction, so it’s important to mix them correctly.