Ever wanted to make your own Essential Oils?
Welcome back to another DIY blog post. In today’s article we have a compilation of videos relating to DIY Essential Oils.
Now for those who don’t know, essential oils are compounds or concentrated liquids that are extracted from plants. The oils capture the plant’s scent, flavor and “essence.” Store bought essential oils are normally made through distillation (via steam and/or water) or different mechanical methods. However, the videos below will show you how to make your own essential oils without the distillation or mechanical methods.
Essential oils have many benefits to the body. Check out some of those benefits here.
Before we begin, be sure to watch the following video on some of the dangers of essential oils. It is important to be familiar with these before beginning to make and use them for yourselves.
Essential Oil Safety
Now, let us get into the different types and ways that you can make your own essential oils.
1. DIY Peppermint Essential Oils
This video shows us how to make peppermint essential oils from scratch. You will learn about the benefits of this oil, such as increasing mental alertness and improving concentration. It also helps to boost energy and aids in digestion. Try it for yourself today.
2. DIY Rosemary Oil
I recommend using Rosemary Oil to prevent hair loss. It boosts hair growth by increasing the circulation to the scalp. Rosemary Oil can also improve your mood and reduces anxiety.
3. How To Make Tea Tree Oil
This video uses the steaming method. However, you don’t need any of the fancy machines to do it. Watch and you will find out how to make your own tea tree oil today. This oil is good for fighting infections, hair growth and boosting immunity.
4. DIY Lavender Essential Oils
Lavender oil is said to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. This helps to heal minor burns and bug bites. You can also use it in aromatherapy to relieve stress.
5. DIY Lemon Essential Oil
The tutorial above shows how to make a lemon oil that can be used in salads, as a massage oil, or as an insect repellent. Remember that you do not have to use coconut oil, but you can use any suitable oil that you have available. Lemon essential oil is also used to aid digestion, alleviate headaches, and more.
If you want to find out more, here is a list of up to 130 different types of essential oils that you can use.
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