Top 7 Essential Oils for Holidays

October 31, 2019 0 Comments

Top 7 Essential Oils for Holidays

The holidays are here! We can feel the sweet and cold breeze
of air blowing. Most of us started building our 9-foot Christmas tree,
decorated the house and started baking. I love this season because everyone
seems so happy and joyful.

Are you looking for organic essential oils to use this
holiday season? Do you want to bring the holiday scent to your home?

You can try these top organic essential oils to be the best
alternative to scented candles.

Top 7 Essential oils for Holidays

1. Orange Essential oil

Orange is such a happy uplifting scent, that’s perfect for a
holiday vibe. Combining organic orange essential oils with other warm oils will make your home a sanctuary of happiness and positive thoughts.

2. Peppermint oil

Organic peppermint essential oil is used all year round and excellent during the holiday season. It also brings a great holiday scent and also fantastic for boosting energy and promotes relaxation. The fresh and sharp scent of the peppermint oil will give you a refreshing holiday feeling.

3. Cedarwood Essential oil

One of the wonderful scent all year round especially during the winter season. If you want your house to be cozy and gives you a warm feeling that combats from cold weather outside. Cedarwood essential oil is also great in stimulating metabolism, detoxing and soothe coughs.

4. Lavender Essential oil

You may think that lavender is an odd choice over holiday since it’s a summer floral, but Lavender is a perfect scent for the holiday because of its relaxing and calming scent. A few drops of lavender essential oil to your diffuser is one of the best ways to overcome holiday stress.

5. Rosemary Essential oil

During cold season colder and flu viruses to hang in the air. Allergies can irritate your lungs and nasal passages. Rosemary essential oil is used for respiratory issues (e.g., asthma, colds and flu) and skin issues (acne, dandruff, eczema, etc.).

6. Tea Tree essential oil

Moldy leaves are one of the big allergy sources. During the fall, closed windows and indoor dust contributes to allergy and discomfort. Studies show that tea tree oil can help treat certain viruses. Organic tea tree oil is probably best known for its antibacterial activity.

7. Eucalyptus essential oil

The holiday season may give you and your family a hard time coping up with cold weather. Flu viruses and cold may interfere with our enjoyment this coming holiday. Organic eucalyptus oil is analgesic, antibacterial, anti-infectious, antirheumatic, antitussive, antiviral, expectorant. Use for respiratory tract infections, bronchitis, sinusitis, colds, flu, fever, asthma.
Got any question? Write to us at hope@houseofpureessence.com. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more tips on using essential oils, beauty oils, and removing moulds all around your home.




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