Calendula oil is a common herbal oil remedy for treating skin conditions. No first aid kit should be with out this helpful medicine.
Popular Uses of Helichrysum Essential Oil
Helps skin recover quickly.
Inflammation of the muscles and joints
Infections of skin
Apply directly to wrinkles, scars, and stretch marks or to soothe minor skin irritations.
If you've bumped into something, gently apply 1-2 drops over the area.
Consume as part of a natural cleansing regimen.
Help relieve tension by massaging onto the temples and the back of the neck.
Massage 1 drop over the solar plexus and heart center 1-3 times a day or as desired for inner strength.
Place one drop of helichrysum essential oil in the palm of your hand, rub hands together, cup over nose and mouth, and breathe naturally up to several times a day to lift the spirit.
Calendula the natural healer.
Swollen, inflamed tissue is the ideal place to apply the healing properties of calendula oil. Dry skin, eczema and hemorrhoids respond to calendula's high triterpenoid content. Reducing inflammation is also key to reducing pain. Parents can rely on calendula oil to ease the pain and irritation of diaper rash.
Use calendula oil to fight bacterial infections in skin abrasions. Nutritional consultant Phyllis A. Bach, states in her book "Prescription for Herbal Healing" that external treatment with this herb will "kill Staphylococcus aureus, a common germ that infects abrasions, burns, and cuts." This translates into extra healing power for skin that gets battered by abrasive work such as landscaping and woodworking.
The antiseptic properties of calendula make this oil a top choice for every first aid kit. Use this herb to prevent infection from bug bites, scratches and minor cuts and burns. Oil should not be used on deep tissue burns and cuts. Discontinue use if allergic reactions to calendula are noticed.
Organic virgin oil of choice. Organic calendula flowers, helichrysum essential oil, vitamin e, rosemary extract preservative.