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!

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COMMENTS

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Bertie! It depends on the type of diffuser. We recommend speaking with an animal aromatherapist to obtain safety information on using essential oils on or around pets.

    Essential oils can be used topically or in a diffuser. It depends on what you are using the oil for. If you are applying a blend for sleep, you can apply it to your wrists or other pulse points. If you are applying essential oils for a sore throat, you would apply the blend to your throat.

    On January 23, 2017

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Maddy! We generally recommend a 3% dilution rate for topical use.

    3% = 5-6 drops in 10 ml of carrier oil

    On January 23, 2017

  • Bertie says...

    Hello… how many drops are recommended for use in a diffuser?
    Also is it safe for dogs to be in the room?

    Can the same oils be use for diffuser and applied our bodies? l have heard the best places to apply would be wrist, inside of ankles and crown of head , is this correct?
    Thanks so much

    On January 22, 2017

  • Maddy says...

    If I want to put head ease into a 10ml roller, how many drops do I add with the carrier oil?

    On January 20, 2017

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Naomi! We don’t recommend internal use because we don’t know the medical conditions or history of every user, and thus we cannot give proper safety guidelines for internal use. Adding essential oils to water is not recommended because oil and water don’t mix, thus the pure undiluted essential oil would come into direct contact with your organs, such as your throat and stomach.

    On January 20, 2017

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