The Best Essential Oils You Should Be Using – Part 2

Hello, and welcome back to our blog here at Gentle Difference. If you read out last blog, we started talking about some of the top essential oils you should start using. Although there are hundreds of essential oils on the market today, it’s easier to narrow them down and make a choice if you know the benefits of each. Check out our last blog if you want to learn more about hemp seed oil, olive oil, lavender oil, eucalyptus oil, and pomegranate oil. If you have any questions about what we discuss here or about our full-spectrum hemp seed oil products, don’t hesitate to give us a call.

Peppermint Oil

Peppermint oil is often used to alleviate headaches, nausea, gas, indigestion, stomach aches, and anxiety. It’s able to soothe discomfort with irritated bowel syndrome (IBS), and encapsulated peppermint oil contains something called menthol which stops involuntary contractions by interfering with the movement of electrolytes across cell membranes.

Tea Tree Oil

Another oil with antimicrobial properties, tea tree oil (melaleuca oil) is produced from “tea” or “paperbark” trees. In Australia, Bundjalung aborigines crushed up leaves from this tree and inhaled it in order to relieve coughs and used it to help heal wounds.

Blue Chamomile Oil

Extracted from German chamomile, blue chamomile oil is a vibrant blue color due to the steam extraction process that’s used. When stored, however, it fades to a dark yellow color. This oil is great for it’s anti-inflammatory effects. According to some studies, it prevents a chemical process that causes inflammation to occur and inhibits the effects of helicobacter pylori, a stomach ulcer-provoking bacteria.

Jojoba Oil

This oil is derived from jojoba shrubs, a woody desert plant found in Arizona, California, and northwestern Mexico. Native Americans used to put this type of oil on wounds to help them heal quicker. Although jojoba oil is not an essential oil, it still offers a lot of benefits, especially to the skin. Researchers have found that this oil can help with the closure of wounds at a cellular level and provides many other benefits to the skin.

Oregano Oil

Oregano oil is known for containing carvacrol, an organic compound that provides a long list of benefits when consumed. It can fight harmful organisms, support liver health, and can be used to fight candida, a fungal infection usually found on the skin or mucous membranes.

Learn About Our Essential Oils

Gentle Difference is your top provider for full-spectrum hemp seed oil. Although all of the above essential oils offer great benefits, hemp seed oil offers even more. Our hemp oil contains Omega-3 Fatty Acids, ALA (alpha-linolenic) SDA (Stearidonic Acid), Omega-6 Fatty Acids, LA (linoleic acid), and Omega-9 (oleic acid), and is great for a variety of benefits including promoting restful sleep, reducing anxiety, regulating metabolism and much more. If you have any questions about our product or the oils listed above, please give us a call.

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