Essential Oils

How to Use Pure Essential Oils

These oils are HIGHLY CONCENTRATED—Use respectfully.
  • Add a few drops to the washing machine or hand-wash delicates.
  • Use as an inhalant, a few drops (6–10) on a tissue.
  • 5–10 drops in a bath. After bath has filled, add and mix evenly, soak in it for ten minutes
  • Use 2–6 drops on a cotton ball or Q-tip for direct application to the infected area, or dilute 15–30 drops in a base oil.
  • Put 6 drops in a bowl of boiling water. Inhale for 5–10 minutes.
  • Make a tea by placing 2 drops on an herbal tea preparation.
  • Sprinkle a few drops in the drains, trash cans, compost bucket, and toilet bowls.
  • 2–3 drops on a vacuum filter pad leaves a refreshing aroma in the house.
  • Use as scent for soaps, incense, and candlemaking.
  • Put a few drops on a cotton ball and place in drawers, closets, etc.
  • Use a few drops on a light bulb, candle, or in an oil lamp (careful not to place oil on a hot light bulb).
  • To make a spritzer, add 1/2 oz. Essential Oil to 15 oz. of witch hazel and 15 oz. of water. Put in a spray bottle and enjoy.
  • To dilute, use 1/2 oz. of Essential Oil in 15 oz. of oil or water.