Essential Oil Starter Kit

Essential Oil Starter Kit SimpleWild As The Wind is introducing a flexible way of buying your favourite essentials oils. They can be a treat for yourself, or you can buy the Essential Oil Starter Kit as a gift for someone else. Presented in a lovely matte-finish metal tin, with room for nine or ten oils when full, there’s plenty of scope to put many different combinations of essential oils together.

It isn’t necessary to buy all of the essential oils at one time, however. Some people may choose to buy two or three affordable oils to place in the tin with some lovely coloured tissue paper, as a gift to themselves or someone else.

What Is An Essential Oil Starter Kit?

But, before we get ahead of ourselves, it’s perhaps important to explain exactly what an Essential Oil Starter Kit actually is!?

To do that it’s probably best to start with explaining what it isn’t. And, what it isn’t is an Essential Oil First Aid Kit… although, technically it could be… if you want it to be.

The Essential Oil First Aid Kit is comprised of the same six essential oils that cover you for all emergencies, whereas the Essential Oil Starter Kit is much more likely to be about indulgence as well as one or two oils that will address medical concerns thrown if for good measure.

By contrast, the Essential Oil Starter Kit is a random collection of oils, that can be added to as and when desired.

An Essential Oil Starter Kit can be simply comprised of one tin, (as featured in the pictures), and a single essential oil if you want it to be. Fundamentally, the Essential Oil Starter Kit is the beginnings of a collection of essential oils, so it doesn’t matter how many bottles are in the tin, or what the oils are used for, as long as the person the starter kit is intended for will love them and use them.

The Essential Oil Starter Kit Versus An Essential Oil First Aid Kit

Essential Oil Starter KitWhen starting out buying essential oils it is tempting to go for the essential oils that are overtly medicinal like Oregano Essential Oil or Tea Tree Essential Oil, but that would be at the expense of overlooking a lot of healing oils that help to prevent illness in the first place.

Stress is one of the leading causes of illness, and so any remedy that can help mitigate stress will help to keep us well, even during times of adversity.

Then there’s oils for mental clarity and mental focus, and then there’s others that simply remind us of a place or time when we felt great about life, and that, when diffused or burned, take us on a trip down memory lane, so we can reconnect with the person we are when we are in a space where we are not harried or overly burdened.

Best Essential Oils For Stress

A lot of essential oils have the ability to relieve stress. These include some lesser known oils as well as the obvious choice of Lavender and Ylang Ylang. Wild As The wind also recommend Clary Sage, which has the added benefit of helping to balance the hormones, as well as Organic Sweet Orange Essential Oil, which is clinically proven to be uplifting.

Pine Essential Oil is excellent for exhaustion, as is Rosemary. But, Rosemary Essential Oil is also important for relieving other forms of stress. It is the best essential oil for using to counter EMF, which is short for Electro Magnetic Fields, or Electro Magnetic Frequencies.

Electro Magnetic Radiation is imposing an incalculable burden on our systems. Unfortunately, very sensitive people are our canaries in the coal mine. Anyone who has developed brain tumors are very strongly advised to avoid using modern technologies like mobile phones and other electronic devices, because of the known risk of EMF and cancer.

But, as yet, it is impossible to estimate how many people are likely to contract cancer as a consequence of the constant barrage of electro magnetic radiation, and because we are so reliant on the technologies that cause the problem, the chances are if we knew the risks we still wouldn’t want to discard our internet accessing devices.

This is where Rosemary Essential Oil is really going to come to the fore. It is the most potent essential oil for protecting against EMF. In addition, if it is consumed in enteric coated capsules, that allow the capsule to remain in tact until it reaches the intestines, then Rosemary Essential Oil is capable of treating SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth), a condition that is becoming increasingly more common.

*Shungite is also very effective at combating the negative impact of EMF.

Best Essential Oils For Massage

Any of the essential oils that treat stress are ideal for adding to a massage oil blend… but then there’s some great oils that don’t fall into this group… Sandalwood Essential Oil and Frankincense Essential Oil are both excellent for focusing the mind, so if you are feeling as though your energy is too dispersed, or your thoughts are all over the place, and that you need to consolidate yourself, then these two oils would be perfect.

Also Frankincense Essential Oil is brilliant for pain relief. Analgesic Essential Oils are perfect for including in massaging oils because they can help to eliminate the discomfort of painful joints, caused by a range of conditions including auto-immune conditions like Arthritis, Rheumatism, Osteoarthritis, Lupus and Raynaud’s etc. Birch Essential Oil or Turmeric Essential Oil are also good choices where this is concerned, but there are quite a few more analgesic essential oils to choose from.

If your pain is muscular in origin then Wintergreen Essential Oil or Eucalyptus Essential Oil may be selected amongst a number of other oils that work their magic where muscular aches are concerned.

Why Do You Need An Essential Oil Starter Kit?

The reality is you don’t actually need an An Essential Oil Starter Kit, but, out of all the multiples of things you really don’t need on planet earth, this is by far and away one of the better ones.

However, some people would not be quite so willing to place their¬†Essential Oil Starter Kit in the luxury item column, and would, instead, place it firmly in the basic necessities list. It all depends on your needs and preferences as an individual…

Where do you fall? Let us know in the comments…

Disclaimer

The information provided is not intended to replace the medical directives of your healthcare provider. This information is not meant for the diagnosis of health issues. If you are pregnant, have serious or multiple health concerns, consult with your healthcare provider before using essential oils or associated products. If you experience any complications or adverse reactions contact your healthcare provider.

Wild As The Wind use a number of resources when deciding which formulas to put together for optimal healing and efficacy, as well as to support any health claims we may make.

We owe a particular debt to GreenMedInfo, and, of course, the teachings of Penny Price.

Other resources include:

PubMed.

Robert Tisserand

AromaWeb

Dr Josh Axe

Dr Eric Zielinski

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