Chart of the Most Common Essential Oils Used in Aromatherapy:
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Aromatherapy Essential Oil Chart Tips
- Before using any products on the essential oil chart, read the directions on the label carefully. Essential oils are potent substances; they often will need to be diluted before use. They can burn or irritate the skin, eyes and mucous membranes if not handled properly.
- Use small quantities of oils; only a few drops are needed.
- Store your oils in a dark, cool place.
- Children or pregnant/breastfeeding women should not use essential oils without first talking to their doctor or an integrative physician.
- If you have a respiratory condition such as asthma, avoid inhaling the oils.
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Let’s Help Each Other! What Aromatherapy Essential Oils Do YOU Use?
Do you use any of the products on the essential oil chart? Which aromatherapy oils do you prefer? Have essential oils helped you overcome a specific health concern or improved your mood? Tell us your experience in the comments section below. By doing so, you can encourage others who are seeking a particular aromatherapy essential oil of their own!
Originally published in 2013, this post has been updated.