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Essential Oils Benefits and Uses Chart

Essential Oils Benefits and Uses Chart

Essential Oils Benefits and Uses Chart

Do you want to know what essential oils are used for? Essential oils have many benefits depending on the scent you choose. The oils are made from concentrated plant extracts and often used in aromatherapy or massage therapy. You can use the oils in a diffuser or mix in a massage oil for a soothing massage.

Discover the scents and benefits of essential oils and find your perfect match!

Bon Vital’ Essential Oils Benefit Chart

Essential Oil Family

Essential Oil

Scent

Uses/Benefits

Balsam Peru

Balsam Peru

Rich and sweet like vanilla

Hydration, clear airways, mental awareness

Bergamot

Bergamot

Pungent, fresh, and green

Relaxation, digestive system

Clary Sage

Clary Sage

A bittersweet floral

Relaxation, calming, stress relief, warming

Cedarwood

Cedarwood

Syrupy thick and woody

Calming, stress relief, restful sleep, circulatory system and clear airways

Cinnamon Leaf

Cinnamon Leaf

Spicy and sugary cinnamon with musky undertones

Revitalizing and refreshing, warming

Geranium

Geranium

Very herbal with mint undertones

Relaxation, calming, mood improvement

Ginger

Ginger

Fresh, woody, and spicy

Digestive system

Grapefruit

Grapefruit

Fresh and fruity with a light tang

Refreshing, detoxifying, astringent

Lavender

Lavender

Herbal and lightly floral

Restful sleep, mood improvement, soothes sun-damaged skin

Lemon

Lemon

Light and sharp citrus, sweet and tangy

Uplifting, clarifying, astringent

Lemongrass

Lemongrass

A medium citrus with a strong herbal base

Clarifying, mental cleansing

Lime

Lime

Sharp, bittersweet citrus

Uplifting, refreshing, revitalizing

Patchouli

Patchouli

Warm and earthy, heavy with fruit-like undertones

Relaxation

Peppermint

Peppermint

Cool, fresh mint

Energizing, stimulating, revitalizing

Rosemary

Rosemary

A strong, fresh, and green herbal

Cleansing and clarifying, invigoration, reduces appearance of water retention

Sweet Orange

Sweet Orange

Sweet, warm, and tangy

Uplifting, calming, digestive system

Tangerine

Tangerine

A light citrus, sweet with a slight hint of tang

Cheering and energizing, clears the mind, balancing

Tea Tree

Tea Tree

Sharp, camphor-like, with medium spice

Burns, deodorizing

White Camphor

White Camphor

Sharp, camphor-like, with a woody undertone

Depression, improves mood

Ylang Ylang

Ylang Ylang

Sweet and intense, an exotic floral

Sensual, relaxing and soothing, hydrating, tension and stress relief

Download a copy of this Bon Vital’ Essential Oils Benefit Chart PDF to keep as a reference when using essential oils.

Synergy Oils

Synergy oils are blends of undiluted essential oils that work more effectively together to achieve one mood, such as relaxation or sensuality.

For example, the relaxation synergy combines lavender and bergamot, essential oils associated with relaxation and sleep along with tangerine for balancing and other oils to promote relaxation.

Bon Vital’ offers seven synergy blends to enhance your essential oils experience.

Bon Vital’ Synergy Essential Oil Blends

Synergy Essential Oil

Key Ingredients

Calming

A mix of lavender, petitgrain, grapefruit and ylang ylang

Hartland Oil

A mix of dwarf pine, eucalyptus, peppermint, rosemary, and melissa

Radiance

A mix of rosewood, bergamot, lemon, orange, tangerine, palmarosa, vetiver, and fir needle

Relaxation

A mix of ylang ylang, lavender, myrrh, rosewood, tangerine, and bergamot

Sensuality

A mix of ylang ylang, bergamot, myrrh, rosewood, rose geranium, and patchouli

Serenity

A mix of lavender, orange, tangerine, rosewood, rose geranium, and chamomile

Vitality

A mix of frankincense, palmarosa, lavender, bergamot, cypress, geranium, and sage

Why choose Bon Vital’ essential oils?

Bon Vital’ essential oils are 100% pure and natural. The oils are steam-distilled or cold-pressed to create scented oils that massage therapists, spa owners, and home users love. Looking for more details? Check out this information about our plant sources, the scientific name for our oils, blending suggestions, and general cautions.

Great oils “I was introduced to these oils when I went for a massage. The massage therapist was kind enough to give me the company name for the oils. I purchased Bon Vital oils in lavender and eucalyptus. I melted two batches of coconut oil and added eucalyptus to one and lavender to the other. I alternate between the two after my shower at night. It is such a relaxing way to end my day. It is worth the purchase. I will definitely be buying more of these oils.” — Patricia C., Bon Vital’ Customer

Getting Started with Essential Oils

Once you know the basics of essential oil use and you’ve selected your scents, there are a few ways to use the oils. Use a diffuser to fill the whole room with your selected scent. Or place a few drops on a cotton ball and set it a few feet from you for indirect inhalation. For a truly relaxing experience, mix the essential oil with a carrier massage oil and enjoy a relaxing massage.

Get started today with Bon Vital Essential Oils!

References
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