150 Ways to Use Essential Oils - A Free Download

August 26, 2016

We are proud to offer the highest quality essential oils available; which are extracted from many different species of plants from around the world. These oils are obtained from various parts of the plant including the roots, wood, flowers, fruit and leaves. Edens Garden takes great pride in providing pure, true to source, essential oils and carrier oils.There are many wonderful ways to use essential oils. The possibilities are endless… but we've gathered 150 fun ways to use essential oils in this free download (we also include this as a small booklet in every order we ship). Print it out and keep it by your EO stash. Do you have a fun use of your own? Share it with us in the comments!

Download it free here!

COMMENTS

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Sarah! We don’t recommend the use of essential oils with children under 2 years old as we want to err on the side of extreme caution when it comes to little ones.

    A 1% dilution rate is recommended for topical use on the face. A 3% dilution rate is recommended for topical use for full body.

    1% = 5-6 drops of essential oil per 2 Tbsp of carrier. Thus a 3% = 15-18 drops (5-6 multiplied by the dilution rate, which is 3) of essential oil per 2 Tbsp of carrier.

    We offer a variety of carrier oils which you can use to dilute essential oils. Scentless lotion is a common carrier for diluting essential oils as well.

    On February 17, 2017

  • Sarah Kavanagh says...

    Hello,

    Just a few questions…
    -The section of your “150 ways to use EO download” had a section that mentioned giving EO’s to babies and kids under 2. can you please identify exactly what uses it was regarding?
    -How do I dilute?
    -What does 1% mean, how do I get that amount?
    -What am I to mix the oils in when combining them?

    I think that’s all for now.
    Thanks in advance for your help!
    Kind regards

    On February 16, 2017

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Renee! We don’t recommend the internal use of essential oils. If you wish to take oils internally, we recommend consulting your medical doctor and an aromatherapist who can provide you with safe guidelines that meet your specific needs.

    On February 08, 2017

  • Renee Swope says...

    Are your oils safe to ingest?

    On February 03, 2017

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Kristin! We recommend downloading our 150 Ways brochure. It’s filled with tips and ideas on ways to use essential oils. Also, try browsing our site where you’ll find tons of aromatherapy info. You can find resources for beginners here: http://bit.ly/egbeginners

    We don’t recommend the internal use of essential oils without consulting your medical doctor and an aromatherapist.

    On February 02, 2017

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