Essential Oil or essential oil is natural oil produced by plants.
These are found in the petals, stamens, roots, bark of the stems, fruits, and the resin that flows from the bark. Usually, essential oils are liquids that are used when heated and there is a volatile smell with it. These oils are known to have healing properties. Essential oils have been used around 5,000 years ago for the rejuvenation of the body, mind, and emotions, as well as in beauty care and as a remedy for certain skin diseases. However, the extraction of essential oils is quite difficult and the quantity is very small, making pure essential oils very expensive. The use of essential oils in therapy is known as “Aromatherapy” in which there are many types of essential oils that are widely used. Today, three types of examples are taken, namely:
- Lavender Oil (Lavender Oil), is very suitable for people with insomnia because the scent of lavender helps you sleep better. Research indicates in this part of the properties as evidence as well that it also helps in other things, such as improving blood circulation, boosts immunity treats various skin diseases, etc.
- Peppermint Oil (Peppermint Oil), which smells of peppermint will help create freshness and keeps you awake resulting in the creation of concentration or focus on things better as well.
- Rosemary Oil increases the power of the brain resulting in a brighter mind make decisions more accurate. It can also be used to cook certain types of food as well.
The foregoing is only partial. Essential oils come in many different scents. Well, the user likes what kind of scent or genre can choose to fit into our daily life here.