Getting Started With Essential Oil Kit

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Doc In A Box – Essential 8 Oil Kit, comes with 5ml bottles Clove Bud, Cinnamon, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Lemon, Rosemary, Tea Tree, and Peppermint essential oils, (1) 5ml mixing bottles, (1) 1oz. spray bottle packaged in a Kraft box.  The book, Heal With Essential Oil provides you will all the necessary information on how to use these eight powerful oils!  Filled with over 125 recipes, uses and more!  It is a must-have for those who are looking for an alternative to over-the-counter and prescriptive meds!

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Doc in a Box – Essential 8 Kit and Heal With Essential Oil Book

The book, Heal With Essential Oil provides you will all the necessary information on how to use these eight powerful oils!  Filled with over 125 recipes, uses and more!  It is a must-have for those who are looking for an alternative to over-the-counter and prescriptive meds!

Doc In A Box – Essential 8 Oil Kit, comes with 5ml bottles Clove Bud, Cinnamon, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Lemon, Rosemary, Tea Tree, and Peppermint essential oils, (1) 5ml mixing bottles, (1) 1oz. spray bottle packaged in a Kraft box.

The Doc In A Box: Essential 8 Oil Kit is a powerful weapon against invading viral pathogens invading our bodies. Rebecca At The Well has brought together eight powerful therapeutic grade essential oils proven to take on all viral and bacterial germs.

The kit includes: 5ml bottles of Tea Tree, Cinnamon Bark, Clove Bud, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Lemon, Peppermint and Rosemary oil. Two empty 5ml mixing bottles and a 1 ounce plastic spray bottle to sprits pillows, curtains, etc.

This kit is a must have for any First Aid Kit because of the wide range of things they can treat. For example: Eucalyptus Essential Oil has for decades been known as excellent at fighting coughs, colds, flu and fever. It is also an antiseptic and anti-inflamatory.

Cinnamon is revered for its antiseptic properties and its pleasant spicy scent. It is best known for the treatment of stomach ailments (gas, diarrhea, upset).  This oil has the ability to combat viral and infectious diseases. Research has been unable to find a virus, bacteria, or fungus that can live in the presence of Cinnamon.

Got a toothache? Clove Bud Essential Oil is Therapeutic Grade and a great choice. It relieves dental pain, tooth aches, mouth ulcers, and sore gums. The odor of Clove helps to neutralize bad breath. It is used frequently added to tooth pastes and mouth washes.

 Not only is it a good for dental pain Clove Bud can help relieve minor aches and pains. It is also antimicrobial, antifungal, antiseptic, antiviral, aphrodisiac and has stimulating properties. It has also been found to help with other health problems like indigestion, cough, asthma, headache, stress and blood impurities.

Eucalyptus Essential Oil is a native oil to Australia is a welcomed addition to every medicine cabinet for its ability to fight colds, flu and fever. It is also effective for skin ailments like burns, blisters, wounds, insect bites, lice and skin infections.

Herbalist regards Lavender Essential Oil as the most useful and versatile essential oil for therapeutic purposes. It is also good as an analgesic, antiseptic, antidepressant, antispasmodic, antiviral, bactericide, decongestant, deodorant, and as a diuretic. This thin, strong scented oil has a calming effect on the body and helps to reduce stress, anxiety and promotes sleep.

Lemon has been historically recognized as a cleanser. It is recognized as being antiseptic, and as having refreshing and cooling properties. Research has also shown lemon essential oil to enhance the ability to concentrate.

Lemon also is highly prized for its high anti-bacterial properties. On skin and hair it can be used for its cleansing effect, as well as for treating cuts and boils.

Rosemary a popular herb for cooking has medicinal purposes in Therapeutic Essential Oil form. It has the ability to stimulate cell renewal, stimulate hair growth, boost mental activity, relieve respiratory problems and reduce pain.

 Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil

Scientific Name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum

Country of Origin: France

Extraction Method: CO2 Extraction

Color: Reddish Brown

Strength of Aroma: Medium to Strong

Safety: C

CAUTION: Cinnamon Bark essential oil can be irritating to the skin and mucous membranes – particularly in large doses. It should always be used in dilution.

Cinnamon is revered for its antiseptic properties and its pleasant spicy scent. It is best known for the treatment of stomach ailments (gas, diarrhea, upset).  This oil has the ability to combat viral and infectious diseases. Research has been unable to find a virus, bacteria, or fungus that can live in the presence of Cinnamon.

In the book, Cinnamon and cassia, by  P. N. Ravindran, K. Nirmal Babu, M. Shylaja they state:

The different investigations reveal that cinnamon shows both immune system potentiating and inhibiting effects. . . Kaishi-ni-eppi-ichi tu, , (TJS-664) a Chinese herbal preparation containing Cinnamon as its main constituent, has been shown to exhibit antiviral action against the influenza A2 virus.

Cinnamon’s botanical name is, Cinnamomum zeylanicum, and comes from trees native to China and South East Asia. The use of Cinnamon is recorded in Chinese journals as early as 2700 B.C. The oil is reddish brown and has a warm and spicy aroma. It is also used for lifting of spirits and reducing glucose. Cinnamon is used extensively in cooking and flavoring of beverages.

The Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry has reported Cinnamon Oil is an excellent mosquito repellent, because of its high concentration of cinnamaldehyde, an active mosquito killing agent.

It also makes a great room freshener because of its strong aroma.

Cinnamon blends well with Frankincense, Lavender and Onycha (Benzoin).

Because of its high phenol content, it is best diluted (1 drop to 40 or 50 drops of a quality oil, such as extra-virgin olive oil) before apply on the skin. If the mixture is too hot, apply additional diluting oil.

Clove Bud Essential Oil

Scientific Name: Syzgium aromaticum

Country of Origin: Singapore

Extraction Method: Steam

Color: Light Golden Yellow

Strength of Aroma: Medium to Strong

Safety: C

CAUTION: Clove Bud oil can cause sensitization in some and should be used in dilution. It should also be avoided during pregnancy.

Clove Bud Information

Got a toothache? Clove Bud Essential Oil is Therapeutic Grade and a great choice. It relieves dental pain, tooth aches, mouth ulcers, and sore gums. The odor of Clove helps to neutralize bad breath. It is used frequently added to tooth pastes and mouth washes.

 Not only is it a good for dental pain it can help relieve minor aches and pains. It is also antimicrobial, antifungal, antiseptic, antiviral, aphrodisiac and has stimulating properties. It has also been found to help with other health problems like indigestion, cough, asthma, headache, stress and blood impurities.

Because of its antiseptic quality it is effective for treating wounds, cuts, athlete’s foot, fungal infections and bruises. It is also very good for insect bites and stings. It also a good for acne.

Clove Bud oil is distilled from the Syzgium aromaticum tree, a slender evergreen that can grow up to about 36 feet. Buds appear at the beginning of the rainy season, after changing color they are beaten from the tree and dried.

This light golden yellow oil has medium to strong spicy rich aroma. It blends well with lemon, peppermint and rosemary. It has also been found to helpful when battling flus and colds.

The word clove is the Latin word: Clavus, which means nail, because the shaft of the bud resembles a nail. It found renown among the Chinese and Indian people for its medicinal value. Clove and Nutmeg also was considered very valuable in Europe during the 16th and 17th century.  This one of the ingredients in the Thieves recipe.

Clove is also a treasure trove of minerals like Calcium, iron, sodium, hydrochloric acid, phosphorous, potassium and Vitamins A and C.

Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Scientific Name: Eucalyptus Radiata

Country of Origin: Australia

Extraction Method: Steam

Color: Light Golden Clear

Strength of Aroma: Strong

Safety: A

CAUTION: Eucalyptus should be used in dilution, and avoided during pregnancy.

USES: Eucalyptus essential oil is fantastic on skin ailments (Burns, blisters, wounds, insect bites, lice, and skin infections), as well as to combat the effects of colds and the flu. There is also a history of Eucalyptus essential oil being applied to sore muscles and joints.

Eucalyptus Essential Oil Information

Eucalyptus Essential Oil is a native oil to Australia is a welcomed addition to every medicine cabinet for its ability to fight colds, flu and fever. It is also effective for skin ailments like burns, blisters, wounds, insect bites, lice and skin infections.

The Eucalyptus Radiata tree can grow to the majestic heights of 270 feet. Young trees have an oval-shaped bluish green leaves, while the more mature trees long, narrow leaves and bears a creamy-white flowers with a pale green bark.

This clear therapeutic grade essential oil has a strong herbaceous scent with a soft wood undertone.

Some of the other health benefits for Eucalyptus are that it is anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, antiviral, deodorant, antiseptic, decongestant, antibacterial and stimulating. It is also effective for respiratory problems such as colds, cough, runny nose, sore throat, asthma, nasal congestion, bronchitis, sinusitis.

It also has a wonderful effect on wounds, because when it is exposed to air ozone is formed which is an antiseptic. Eucalyptus essential oil helps to heal skin infections, sores, ulcers, wounds, burns, cuts and scrapes. It also a works on insect bites and stings.

Another of the many benefits of Eucalyptus Oil is how it helps with muscle and joint paint. By massaging this oil, which is an analgesic, into the skin can help relieve pain caused by rheumatism, sprained tendons and ligaments, lumbago, stiff muscles and nerve pain.

Eucalyptus’ therapeutic value extends to rejuvenating the body with a cooling refreshing effect. The oil helps with exhaustion and mental sluggishness. It is also effective against stress and mental disorders.

Like Clove Essential Oil, Eucalyptus helps with dental problems. It is effective against cavities, plaque, gingivitis and other dental related infections due to its germicidal properties. It is an ingredient in mouthwashes and toothpastes.

A few other things Eucalyptus has been found to help with is diabetes. It is used as a room freshener, in soaps, detergents and household cleaners.  . It also in many over the counter cold mediicnes

Eucalyptus blends well with rosemary (ingredient in Thieves), lavender, cedarwood and frankincense

Lemon Essential Oil

Scientific Name: Citrus limonum

Country of Origin: Italy

Extraction Method: Cold Pressed

Color: A Light Yellow

Strength of Aroma: The aroma is similar to fresh lemon rinds except richer and more concentrated.

Safety: G

CAUTION: Non-toxic, but may cause skin irritation in some. Lemon is also phototoxic and should be avoided prior to exposure to direct sunlight.

Lemon Essential Oil

Lemon has been historically recognized as a cleanser. It is recognized as being antiseptic, and as having refreshing and cooling properties. Research has also shown lemon essential oil to enhance the ability to concentrate.

Lemon is highly prized for its high anti-bacterial properties. On skin and hair it can be used for its cleansing effect, as well as for treating cuts and boils.

This light yellow therapeutic grade essential oil is taken from the peel of the fruit from the Citrus limonum tree. Lemon Oil has thin consistency but has richer more concentrated aroma then the rind from which is taken. The oil is extracted by cold pressing.

The small thorny evergreen tree Lemon comes from India, but is now found in Southern Europe, Florida and California. It was very popular in Europe during the middle ages, the Greeks and Romans were aware of the oil’s therapeutic properties. However  it gained its notoriety when the British began using the fruit to keep their sailors from contracting scurvy.

The health benefits of lemon oil can be attributed to its stimulating, calming, carminative, anti-infection, astringent, detoxifying, antiseptic, disinfectant, sleep inducing, and antifungal properties. These benefits of lemon oil include its ability to treat stress disorders, fever, infections, asthma, over weight, insomnia, skin disorders, hair disorders, stomach problems and tiredness.

It has also been effective against infectious diseases like, typhoid and malaria.

Lemon is very popular because it has a good taste and is low cost and is good for cooking, digestion, health and is a good source of vitamins. Because of the high content of vitamins it strengthens the immune system and stimulates the white blood cells helping the body to better fight diseases. It also helps to improve circulation in the body.

This oil is beneficial to increasing alertness and concentration. Lemon also helps to relieve stress, mental fatigue, anxiety, and nervous tension. It is also been helpful to promote good sleep.

Other uses of Lemon include cramps, acidity, upset stomachs, weight reduction, and asthma. It is also a good disinfectant for cleaning, good in soaps and cosmetics.

Lemon oil blends well with many other essential oils including lavender, rose oil, tea tree cinnamon, rosemary.

Rosemary Essential Oil

Scientific Name: Rosmarinus officinalis

Country of Origin: Spain

Extraction Method: Steam

Color: Pale Yellow

Strength of Aroma: Medium to Strong.

Safety: I, J

CAUTION: Generally non-toxic and non-sensitizing. Not suitable for people with epilepsy or high blood pressure. Avoid in pregnancy since it is an emmenagogue. Might antidote homeopathic remedies.

Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary a popular herb for cooking has medicinal purposes in Therapeutic Essential Oil form. It has the ability to stimulate cell renewal, stimulate hair growth, boost mental activity, relieve respiratory problems and reduce pain.

The same leaves that produce that wonderful culinary enhancement are steam distilled and bring forth the oil of Rosemary. This aromatic shrub, called Rosmarinus officinalis, produces a pale yellow oil that has a medium to strong aroma. The consistency of the oil is thin but has a a strong, clear, penetrating, camphoraceous and herbaceous aroma. It has a scaly bark and thin needle-like leaves and grows to about five to six feet. The Rosemary bush is in the mint family with cousins like basil, lavender, myrtle and sage.

Rosemary is also popular in aromatherapy because it stimulates hair growth, helps with respiratory problems and minimizes pain. Paracelsus a renowned physician of the 16th century gave credence to the fact Rosemary strengthened the entire body and healed organs like the liver, brain and the heart.

For Hair Care, Rosemary is used extensively when used regularly stimulates the follicles promoting longer, stronger hair. This oil is believed to slows down hair loss and graying. It can be blended with basil and tea tree oil to help with scalp problems.

It is also helpful with skin problems and is used in many beauty aids. It improves dry or mature skin, lines and wrinkles, and heals burns and wounds. It can also clear acne, blemishes or dull dry skin by fighting bacteria and regulating oil secretions. It improves circulation and can reduce the appearance of broken capillaries and varicose veins

Like Eucalyptus and Clove Bud it is a disinfectant and is used in mouth wash, helping to alleviate bad breath.

Rosemary essential oil helps to overcome mental fatigue, sluggishness, mental fatigue, forgetfullness by stimulating and strengthening the entire nervous system. It enhances mental clarity while aiding alertness and concentration. Rosemary oil can help you cope with stressful conditions and see things from a clearer perspective.

This oil has been found to be an effective pain fighter and helps with arthritis, sore muscles, headaches, muscle aches and rheumatism. It is best applied directly to the area of soreness.

The effects of Rosemary are unparalleled when it comes to respiratory problems. When it is inhaled it gives relief to throat congestion, allergies, colds, sore throat and flu. It is also good for respiratory infections and it is also antispasmodic and is good for bronchial asthma.

A few other uses include, as an air freshener, beauty aids, and perfumes. It is also good for relieving stomach ailments, like indigestion and stomach cramps. It has also been found to be effective against some cancers.

The oil blends well with frankincense, lavender, sage, cedarwood, and peppermint.

Tea Tree Essential Oil

Scientific Name: Melaleuca alternifolia

Country of Origin: Australia

Extraction Method: Steam

Color: Pale yellow to colorless

Strength of Aroma: Medium to Strong

Safety: F, H

CAUTION: In occasional circumstances people can have allergic reactions to Tea Tree Essential Oil, from mild contact dermatitis to severe blisters and rashes. Undiluted Tea Tree Essential Oil may cause skin irritation, blistering and itching.

Tea Tree Essential Oil SHOULD NOT be taken internally, even in small doses. It can cause impaired immune function, diarrhea, and potentially fatal central nervous system depression. Please note, the International Federation of Aromatherapists do not recommend that Essential Oils be taken internally unless under the supervision of a Medical Doctor who is also qualified in clinical Aromatherapy.

Seek medical attention if you experience symptoms of overdose: excessive drowsiness, sleepiness, poor coordination, diarrhea or vomiting.

Don’t use Tea Tree oil if pregnant or nursing and keep out of the reach of children or pets.

 Tea Tree Essential Oil

Tea Tree Therapeutic Grade Essential oil is a very popular oil used in. It is best known for being a powerful immune stimulant and its ability to fight Bacteria, Fungi, and Viruses. Tea Tree oil can help with colds, measles, sinusitis and viral infections. It is excellent for skin, hair, acne, oily skin, head lice and dandruff.

Another interesting use of Tea Tree Essential Oil can be found in the book, The Essential Oil Desk Reference, it can help with the effects of radiation.

Tea Tree is from the Melaleuca alternifolia, a tree native to Australia, which can grow up to twenty feet. It thrives in marshy areas and is very robust. The pale yellow to colorless oil has a thin consistency but is very strong. It has a fresh, antiseptic, medicinal aroma. The oil is steamed distilled from the leaves of the tree. Tea Tree can be diffused or applied topically, but could cause some skin sensitization.  However it should never be taken internally.

Its history shows that the Aborigines of the outback of Australia used it for healing. Tea Tree was used extensively used during World War II. Every soldier and sailor during was issued Tea Tree oil because it was effective against tropical infections and infected wounds.

Research has shown, when used before surgery it strengthens the body and reduces the effects of post operative shock. Tea Tree Oil has seen a surge of use commercially as can be seen by the plethora of products now using this essential oil.

Ways to Use Your Essential Oils in this Kit:

1. Dilute with a carrier oil apply to cuts or open wounds to prevent infection and promote healing.

2. Mix with a tablespoon of water, gargle and swallow for a sore throat.

3. Apply undiluted directly to the skin of your upper chest and throat for bronchitis.

4. Place a drop on your thumb and apply to the roof of your mouth for a headache.

7. Put directly on the soles of your feet to protect you from colds and flu.

8. Breathe in the vapors when you have lung congestion.

9. Use to clean pet cages, creating a healthier environment for them.

10. Add to your dishwasher for cleaner dishes.

11. Add to your laundry cycle for cleaner clothes.

12. Add to your mop water for cleaner floors.

13. Mix with water to make a spray to repel insects on your flowers and plants.

14. Use to dissolve the gummy adhesive on price labels.

15. Apply to bee and wasp stings to neutralize the toxin and relieve the pain.

 16. Apply to gums to prevent and treat gum disease.

17. Apply orally to maintain healthy teeth and reduce cavities.

18. Apply to gums and teeth for pain relief from toothaches.

19. Diffuse in homes or business to solve mold problems.

20. Add to orange juice and drink to reduce phlegm and congestion.

21. Apply to broken bones or joints for pain relief and to hasten healing.

22. Put a drop in your cup of tea for flavor and to maintain health.

23. Put on the tip of your tongue to help you stop smoking.

24. Put on cold sores and canker sores to make them disappear.

25. For warts, apply topically, inhale and ingest in capsules to make them disappear.

26. Rub on sore joints to relieve arthritis pain.

27. Drink a few drops in water or juice every three hours to stop a cold.

28. Place a drop on the tongue and a drop in a glass of water every day for herpes.

29. Rub on the bottoms of children’s feet for protection before school every day.

30. Diffuse in the house as your children come home from school every day to kill airborne bacteria.

31. Mix 50:50 with a carrier oil and rub on daily for relief of shingles.

32. Apply a drop on wound of a cat or dog to enhance healing.

33. Diffuse in the home or office to stimulate a cheerful mood.

34. Diffuse in the office to increase concentration and work efficiency.

35. Diffuse in your place of business to ward off germs.

36. Diffuse in the classroom to reduce student sickness and absenteeism.

37. Put a few drops in your carpet steamer/cleaner to disinfect carpet.

38. Mix a few drops with honey or agave in a teaspoon for cough relief.

39. Breathe and apply for sinus headaches.

40. Put a drop on a pimple to make it shrink and disappear.

41. For laryngitis put a drop under your tongue to restore your voice.

42. Inhale for relief of allergy symptoms.

43. Take a capsule full every day for relief of Lyme disease symptoms.

44. Carry a bottle on every flight to protect you from germs on the plane.

45. Drop in the heat/AC vents of a hotel to rid it of airborne germs.

46. Mix with baking soda to clean bathtubs.

47. Apply undiluted to the toes and feet to combat fungus.

48. Apply to poison ivy rashes (may need to be diluted with vegetable oil) to relieve the itch.

49. Drop Flu Buster Oil Blend on a cloth to remove permanent marker stains.

50. Sanitize pierced earrings by cleaning with Flu Buster Oil Blend.

51. Rub on the big toe before retiring to help with proper vision.

52. Applying Flu Buster Oil Blend, diluted 1 drop oil to 5 drops carrier Oil, may be helpful in soothing pinkeye and other eye inflammations. (Do Not Get In The Eye.)

53. Apply 1 drop of Flu Buster Oil Blend onto toothbrush to sanitize.

54. Use for bathrooms and toilets to sanitize and freshen.

55. Use to cut grease on kitchen counters and stovetops.

56. Use to mop floors to clean and disinfect.

57. Apply to hands to remove stubborn, sticky substances like tree sap.

58. Use to wash fruits and vegetables from the supermarket.

59. Add to the water in your vacuum cleaner/steamer to cleanse the air and disinfect the carpet.

60. Spray along ant trails in the house to keep them out.

61. Use to wipe chairs and furniture in school classrooms to cut down on student sickness.

62. Scrub old floors to remove old varnish and prepare for refinishing.

63. Clean upholstery.

64. Clean the upholstery and dashboard of your car.

65. Soak off burnt food in pots and skillets.

66. Wipe or soak garbage cans to get them clean, sanitary and smelling fresh.

67. For tough stains, pour it on as a pre-wash stain remover.

68. Use undiluted to clean and kill mold on walls and floors or degrease oven.

DISCLAIMER

The information contained herein from Rebecca At The Well Foundation is obtained from current and reliable sources but makes no representation as to its comprehensiveness or accuracy. Nothing contained herein should be considered as a recommendation by Rebecca At The Well Foundation as to the fitness for any use.

Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil Safety:

Never use Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils as a substitute for necessary medical care. Keep oils tightly closed and out of reach of children. Never ingest undiluted essential oils. Don’t use undiluted oils on your skin. Dilute oils with vegetable oils, one to three drops per tablespoon. Keep oils away from eyes and mucous membranes. Skin test oils before using. Dilute a small amount and apply to the skin of your inner arm or back of knee. Do not use if redness or irritation occurs. If redness, burning, itching or irritation occur, stop using oil immediately. Use less rather than more.

3 reviews for Getting Started With Essential Oil Kit

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Doc In The Box!

    I just love the oils in this kit it is such a versatile kit and the book on use of the oils is just great.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Great Kit!

    This is such a great idea for a kit! These oils can help with such a wide variety of issues – muscle pain, colds, emotional distress, tooth care, cleaning agents – that this kit could potentially be all the oils you need for your household. I have loved having my Doc In The Box kit. It has been fun to play around with the oils, especially using Rebecca’s book that comes with the order.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Doc In The Box Essential Oils & Book!

    I am very impressed with the Essential Oils Book! It is a very easy read and so convenient to use. I love the receipes that are in it and the explanation of each oil, its use, etc. I can hardly wait to get started with my Essential Oils. Very nicely packed too.

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