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A soothing and balancing essential oil blend to support healthy blood sugar levels and manage diabetes.
Cinnamon can help to regulate the body’s blood sugar levels and maintain a healthy optimum.
Cinnamon is anti-inflammatory and can help with restoring balance and harmony in the body.
Lemon helps cleanse the liver, allowing you to detoxify and clear the body of free radicals.
Rosemary contains anti-inflammatory compounds that have been linked to reducing inflammation in bones and joints.
Clove has been found to reduce insulin resistance in mice.
Eucalyptus leaf contains chemicals that may help to relieve pain.
Cinnamon has an array of suggested health benefits and is primarily reported to lower blood sugar. The essential oil found in cinnamon bark is called cinnamaldehyde. Cinnamaldehyde displays antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties.
Cloves actually imitate insulin and can help in controlling blood sugar levels. A study published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology found that cloves may have a beneficial effect on diabetes as part of consuming a plant-based diet.
In February 2016, researchers from Serbia found evidence supporting the antimicrobial action of eucalyptus. It may also stimulate an immune system response, say findings published in BMC Immunology.
Lemon is a powerful cleanser and can help with respiratory problems and breathing problems, such as its ability to soothe a person suffering from asthma. It’s a rich source of Vitamin C and can help reduce inflammation in the body.
The compounds in Rosemary can help may also have antimicrobial properties, which may help fight infections. Rosemary leaves are often used in traditional medicine for their antibacterial and wound healing effects.
There are a few ways you can use this Herbaly's essential oil blends to get the best experience possible. The first method is to mix a few drops with a base oil such as grapeseed or almond oil and use it as a soothing massage balm for the body. Always test first on a small part of your body to ensure you have no allergic reactions as extracted herbs can be quite potent.
The second method is by using an essential oil diffuser. Diffusing essential oils is one of the most popular and effective ways to enjoy aromatherapy benefits. If you are new to using essential oils for diffusing and are wondering how to use an essential oil diffuser, read on. These are general instructions provided below, be sure to always follow the diffuser manufacturer's instructions.
How To Use An Essential Oil Diffuser
1. Choose a Location
Pick an open area in a room or office with a solid surface or tabletop. You will need an outlet to plug it in close by depending on the length of your diffuser's cord. Also, since water is being used, it is good to have a placemat or towel down if you are using it on a wood surface. For best use, avoid placing it in direct sunlight or near a fan.
2. Add Water
Once you have your place picked out, fill your diffuser water tank to the fill line of the water reservoir with clean tap water that is room temperature.
Most diffusers have a water level line on the inside of the water reservoir or a measuring cup to fill up and then add to the reservoir. Always refer to your diffuser's manual for the recommended water amount your diffuser requires.
*DO NOT OVERFILL or your aroma diffuser may not run properly.
3. Add Herbaly’s Essential Oil
Next, add 3-10 drops of Herbaly’s Essential Oil to the water.
4. Turn On Your Diffuser
Place cap or top of diffuser back on as your diffuser requires. Set which features you would like if your model has options like a nightlight or color-changing LED lights. Turn on and enjoy the wonderful benefits of aromatherapy!
The Leading Aromatherapy Associations (Alliance of International Aromatherapists (AIA), International Aromatherapy and Aromatic Medicine Association, Aromatherapy Trade Council, and others) all state that essential oils should not be taken internally (regardless of purity or organic origin) unless under the guidance of a health care practitioner trained at an appropriate level. As such, all of our oils carry a label warning that the product is NOT FOR INTERNAL USE.