Dill (Anethum graveolens) Medieval knights would place dill seeds on open wounds to speed up healing. It has helped some people lower glucose levels by helping the pancreas function properly, which will normalize insulin levels in the blood. Due to its calming properties, it may help support heart issues, can help people break addictions, curb the appetite and relax.
Frankincense (Boswellia Carterii): This sedative oil helps you treat anxiety, anger, nervous tension and stress-related conditions. It can help fortify the mind, calm respiratory conditions and repair skin problems. It can also enhance introspection and insight.
Ginger Root (Zingiber Officinale): Can help alleviate fatigue, nervous exhaustion, and tiredness. It stimulates circulation and the immune system helps reduce swollen glands and drainage from a runny nose or excess mucus. It can also support and minimize spinal and joint pains.
Grapefruit (Citrus paradise): Stimulates the liver, gallbladder and helps the lymphatic system function properly. Grapefruit can help treat headaches, ease muscle fatigue and stiffness, increase circulation and relieve nervous exhaustion and performance stress. On emotional and spiritual levels, grapefruit is said to address a person’s self-acceptance and release self-abuse patterns.
Tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus): Support the heart function and circulation, eases heart spasms and palpitations, and can help reduce physical weakness caused by bad circulation. Supports muscle aches, spasms, and rheumatism and helps restore proper muscular function and ease muscular convulsions. It helps support the functions of many of the inner organs including the liver, kidney, and spleen and can help balance hormones.
Ylang Ylang (Cananga odorata genuina): Calms the mind and soothe the nervous system. It has strong antidepressant properties and it helps to bring the emotions into proper balance. It helps relieve mental fatigue, anxiety, and tension headaches and help balance the equilibrium and function of the heart and lungs, slowing down fast breathing and heart palpitations.