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Ginkgo Biloba

Botanical  Information Ginkgo biloba is one of the oldest living tree species. Ginkgo seeds have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. While Chinese medicine has used both the ginkgo leaf and seed, modern research has focused on the standardized Ginkgo biloba extract, which is prepared from the dried green leaves. This…

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YlangYlang

YlangYlang is reminiscent of Jasmine in aroma; the “flower of flowers” is sweet and exotically floral. It is known in Asia as an antidepressant and generally stabilizes mood swings. It is well documented as an aphrodisiac. YlangYlang mixed with Jasmine or Rose is used to treat sexual difficulties, especially those stemming from lack of confidence….

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Tangerine

Tangerine is an effective alternative to orange oil; when used in a blend, it’s a bit lighter and much sweeter than orange. Emotionally, tangerine is cheering and strengthening. Use it in a room spray or the aroma lamp with a touch of basil to improve mood. WARNING: As with all the citrus oils, beware of…

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Rosemary

Fresh and stimulating, rosemary is known for its ability to wake up the body and spirit. In a massage oil it can stimulate circulation, and is often used in blends for cellulite and edema. It is also a useful component in blends to ease muscular and joint pain. In cosmetics and soaps, it is believed…

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Peppermint

Peppermint often recommended for easing migraines; it helps clear congestion in the sinuses; it can ease indigestion. Mentally, helps concentration, and is a restorative in cases of mental fatigue. Peppermint is ideal for all digestive disorders, including nausea and vomiting, and car or air sickness. In a massage, peppermint helps stimulate the lymph system, is…

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