Are you a big fan of essential oils? Have you ever wondered what it’s like to have your own garden of essential plants/herbs – a garden with healing powers? Well, that would literally mean cure within your reach. And there is nothing more convenient and soothing than having a garden full of herbs and plants that have healing properties. Plus, you also get to walk on a garden that has fragrant and relaxing aroma.

But, of all the countless essential herbs and plants, which are the best and most useful? Which essential oil plants have the most unique and useful properties? If you want to know which essential oil plants to include in your therapeutic garden, read on and let this article enlighten you.

  1. Eases PMS symptoms
  2. Soothes tension
  3. Calms mental and emotional stress
  4. Reduces anxiety
  5. Promotes sound sleep
  6. Used to treat certain skin conditions
  7. Relieves pain associated with arthritis
  8. Treats skin burns, eczema, and diaper rash
  9. Aroma: sweet, fruit
  1. Lessens menopause symptoms
  2. Relieves menstrual cramps
  3. Soothes the mind and body
  4. Relaxes stressed nerves
  5. Calms emotions
  6. Aroma: floral, fresh, sweet
  1. Aids in digestion
  2. Improves focus
  3. Soothes skin irritations
  4. Relieves respiratory congestion
  5. Eases physical and mental stress
  6. Effective as a skin cleanser or astringent
  7. Evens out dry and oily skin
  8. Aroma: earthy, green, sweet, warm
  1. Energizes and uplifts the emotions
  2. Smoothens the skin
  3. Promotes skin elasticity
  4. Curbs appetite
  5. Regulates blood pressure
  6. Heals acne
  7. Eases tension
  8. Relieves physical and mental stress
  9. Aroma: fresh, fruity
  1. Eases the anxious mind
  2. Relaxes the mind and body
  3. Promotes good sleep
  4. Relieves nausea
  5. Calms the nervous system
  6. Alleviates skin itchiness
  7. Reduces dandruff
  8. Increases hair growth
  9. Aroma: refreshing, woody, herby, floral, sweet
  1. Helps prevent and cure blood, digestive, skin, and respiratory infections
  2. Relieves arthritis
  3. Promotes mental clarity
  4. Reduces bad cholesterol
  5. Lowers blood sugar levels
  6. Effective toner
  7. Repels insects
  8. Aroma: grassy, herby, fresh, citrusy
  1. Reduces joint and muscle pain
  2. Relieves allergies
  3. Refreshes breath
  4. Lessens dandruff
  5. Stimulates hair growth
  6. Repels bugs
  7. Aroma: cool, fresh, minty
  1. Lessens the feeling of being anxious and/or depressed
  2. Calms inflammation
  3. Protects wounds from being infected
  4. Reduces muscular spasms
  5. Increases the libido
  6. Decreases acid overproduction
  7. Aroma: citrusy, earthy, green, rosy, sweet

You can use essential plants in countless ways. They do not just please your sense of smell – they also provide healing from many discomforts. So having your own garden of therapeutic scents would give you a lot of health benefits and help you in many ways.

Personally planting as well as growing your own therapeutic scents will provide you and your loved ones with natural and safe remedy for a lot of health issues. Isn’t that thought alone already comforting and calming? But do you know what’s more relaxing? It’s the thought of having on your bedside table a bouquet of plants that smells therapeutic – from nowhere but your own garden of essential oil plants.

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