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Citronella oil is not only of benefit in its use as an insecticide, but its antiseptic properties make it a great boon when wishing to clear a sickroom. It also has an excellent effect on clearing the mind. It may be used for combating excessive perspiration and for balancing oily skin, as well as fighting intestinal parasites and bringing down fever. Digestive complaints, excessive perspiration, fatigue, feline repellent, fleas, headache, insect repellent, migraine, oily skin, sickroom freshener.Citronella is a scent every one knows, but might not love. It’s so strong an insect repellent, citronella actually has a wide variety of other uses. Look closely, and you’ll find it as an ingredient in many perfumes, soaps, skin lotions, and deodorants. Citronella is a versatile essential oil, and is a must for anyone who lives in a hot, humid environment.
Essential Oil Applications: For dogs with fleas, add a couple of drops to a “doggie bandana” or to an absorbent collar, such as woven nylon, and place around dog’s neck. Do not use this method for cats, as felines are much more sensitive to this scent. For digestive complaints, mix 2 drops with 2-3 tablespoons of a carrier oil and massage on abdominal area. For headaches and migraines, use 2-3 drops in a cold or hot compress. As an insect repellent, use a few drops in a burner, vaporizer, or diffuser. Works especially well if used by an open window. Be careful if used indoors, as it can adversely affect caged birds. Citronella has long been considered the natural and safe alternative to DEET (N-diethyl-meta-toluamide), a controversial ingredient in most insect repellents.
Citronella can be used alone or with other essential oils, such as Milea's Eucalyptus Oil, to form a wonderful combination insect repellent. The plant itself does not produce enough pungency to repel bugs from your yard, but the oil can be diffused in small patio areas or used mixed with a carrier oil or water and lightly wiped on furniture, doorways, or other items to help repel the pests! You can simply rub the oil, diluted with a carrier oil, on your skin with a paper towel or cotton-ball.
For easy-to-use convenience, you may want to make up a larger recipe. You will need a fine mist spray bottle and either distilled water or a high proof alcohol (Vodka is appropriate for this, not rubbing alcohol. Vodka is usually preferred to other alcohols due to the fact that it is clear, high proof, and relatively cheap to purchase.) If using simply the Citronella, add 3 ounces of either distilled water or alcohol to the spray bottle. Then add 30-60 drops of Citronella. Please test for sensitivity. You may want to begin with 30 drops and test for effectiveness, then add if needed. Shake before using.
Note: You must shake well before using or you could be applying straight oil, which could result in burns. You should also add small amounts (5-10 drops) to your lotion, sunscreen or shampoo for guaranteed coverage!
This is especially good for ticks, which like to hide in your hair! As a moth repellent, place a few drops on a cotton ball, and place in closet or linen closet. Refresh periodically. For oily skin, mix 2-3 drops with a carrier oil, and dab on face with a cotton ball.To keep neighborhood cats from digging up your garden, mix 10-12 drops of oil in a plastic spray bottle full of water, and spray around your garden. Do not spray directly on plants. As a deodorant, mix 2-3 drops with a carrier oil and apply to arm pits. For those who are bedridden, Citronella is a great freshener for the “sickroom.” Place a couple of drops in a diffuser or lamp ring. Will also help to clear the mind at the same time. Mixes Well With: Basil, bergamot, cedarwood, eucalyptus, geranium, lavender, lemon, lime, oregano, pennyroyal, pine, rosemary, orange, and tea tree.
Extraction Method: Steam distillation. Parts Used: Fresh, part-dried, or dried grass.
Safety Information: Do not use while pregnant. Citronella can be an irritant to the skin and therefore should be used with caution, always diluted with a carrier oil. Test on skin with a small amount of oil and on a small area before using liberally. Never use straight on the skin or ingest without diluting.
BENEFITS: Eucalyptus has cooling and deodorizing effect on the body, helping with fevers, migraine and malaria. It helps with cough, asthma and sinusitis. It soothes inflammation and excess mucous, clearing the head from the stuffiness of colds and hay fever.
This pure Lavender essential oil is from lavendula angustifolia variety.
BENEFITS: Lavender oil has soothing, calming, and relaxing effect on the nerves. It combats stress and crisis, while the antiseptic properties helps with colds, flu and other ailments. It balances and tones the skin.
Lemongrass is used in aromatheraphy to stimulate blood circulation. It is traditionally used to treat acne, and oily skin. It’s anti-infection and anti-fungal properties can combat respiratory infections, fever, and fungal conditions such as athlete’s foot. Because of its strong aroma, it is used as a flavor ingredient.
Neem Oil has been used for the topical treatment of rheumatism, eczema, ringworm, athlete's foot, cold sores, psoriasis, warts, acne, chronic syphilitic sores, infected burn wounds and slow-healing skin ulcers as well as controlling various skin infections. It is highly effective against human fungi. Application of Neem oil on the hair has been shown to kill head lice.
Patchouli essential oil (Pogostemon cablin) has been popular for decades...especially during the hippie era. Its aroma is very rich and earthy, with an herbal and balsamic scent. It's also a kind of "love it or hate it" oil, and you'll likely find people drawn to it or absolutely repulsed.
Emotionally, patchouli essential oil is also said to connect one to their own body, helping a person release patterns of shame or "not enough-ness", and feel more self-love and acceptance towards their physical self. It does this by acting as a grounding support, helping you to reconnect with and settle into your body. In this way it compliments exercises that encourage body mindfulness, such as tai chi or yoga asanas. It can also help to relieve anxiety or stress, the things we often feel when we begin to disassociate and feel ungrounded or unbalanced.
BENEFITS: Peppermint oil is excellent for mental fatigue and depression, refreshing the spirit and stimulating mental agility and improving concentration. It helps for apathy, shock, headache, migraine, nervous stress, vertigo and faintness and in general respiratory disorders, as well as dry coughs, sinus congestion, asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, tuberculosis and cholera. On the skin, peppermint oil is used to relieve skin irritation and itchiness.
Tea Tree Oil has anti-bacterial and anti-septic properties. Scientific studies reveal that it is more effective that carbolic acid, still very mild to the skin. It provides faster healing to the body without causing any damage to the skin. It reduces sebum production and increase speed of wound healing.
Here's the procedure for scabies treatment with Tea Tree Oil:
Dry your skin thoroughly after bathing, and the towel and clothing worn before the bath should be tied up in a plastic bag until they are properly laundered in order to prevent the mites from migrating elsewhere.After the skin has been dried following the bath, mix equal parts of Virgin Coconut Oil and Tea Tree Oil and gently apply to any affected areas of skin with a cotton ball. This mixture is left on the skin until the next bath.
After treating the scabies, all clothing, bedding, and towels should be washed in hot water and dried on the hottest setting on the dryer in order to kill any surviving mites. If symptoms persist or if skin irritation occurs, talk to a medical professional for further medical evaluation. Sometimes, stronger medications may be required.
BENEFITS: The Ylang-Ylang oil has the ability to relax, uplift and calm emotions. It affects the nervous system and the cardiovascular system, lowering blood pressure and slowing a rapid heart beat. This fantastic oil can calm anger, and frustration during times of stress or tension. It is a great treatment for treating depression and uplifting for those who suffer from low esteem. Ylang Ylang is great for hair and skin, as it balances the oil secretion of the skin.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Jun 2018
amazing as always. I always buy my essential oils here.
Posted by Marlene Gotauco on 16th Nov 2017
I've been a fan of Milea's essential oils for quite some time and use it on our burner. I recently bought a diffuser and wanted different fragrances. I went for me on eucalyptus as I thought it's a safe bet even if I haven't really smelled it before.
Unfortunately, the smell wasn't very pleasant at all. Personally, for a lack of words, it somehow reminds me of a hint of urine. My husband asked me to throw away the water from the diffuser. I wrote Milea just to comment on it, and never demanded that i return nor refund it. But they were very nice and professional, and immediately offered to have it replaced with a similarly priced EO. I returned the slightly used EO. Replacement time was also quick. Overall, I may not be a fan of this lemon eucalyptus EO, but I'll always be happy with Milea's service.
Posted by Unknown on 18th Feb 2016
Great oil. REALLY FAST order processing & delivery.
But packaging of the 100 ml wasn't good enough to keep it from seeping out of the bottle. My whole package smelled of peppermint oil and both bottles seemed to have lost oil in transit. Also, there was oil on the cardboard used to wrap the bottles.
Posted by ann on 30th Jan 2015
I use the lavender oil as an Antobacterial agent on my rashes. I believe it helps soothe skin and the odor is pleasant too. I have already reordered.. Price is reasonable and delivery is efficient.
Posted by rissa on 14th Aug 2014
i am a heavy user of citronella oil and i appreciate that the bottle is larger than the 10 or 15 ml of other brands. the scent of milea citronella oil is not overpowering and is pleasant to the nose. and the scent stays long after i have put off my electric oil burner. citronella really wards off mosquitoes and i prefer to use it rather than the chemical spray.