Celery Essential Oil

Celery is a small herb with fleshy, erect stalks. It grows in Southern Europe. It is cultivated in Holland, Hungary, and India. Celery Essential Oils is distilled from the seeds of the herb. It contains a fresh, spicy aroma.
Celery was known and used by the Ancient Greeks and Western Europeans, as a cultivated vegetable.
Celery Essential Oil acts as a Diuretic, Sedative, and Tonic. It is useful in relieving gas, promoting the flow of urine and combating cystitis, helpful for high blood pressure, and clears mental clutter and reduces anxiety.

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Following are some recipe blends to try:

Diuretic Blend
8 drops of Celery Essential Oil
4 drops of Juniper Essential Oil
3 drops of Rosemary Essential
Blended into 1 ounce of your favorite Carrier Oil.
Use as a stomach massage or place 10-15 drops of blend into the bath.

Sedative Blend
8 drops Celery Essential Oil
5 drops Rosemary Essential Oil
2 drops Orange Essential Oil
Blended into 1 ounce of your favorite Carrier Oil.
Use 3-5 drops in an Aroma Lamp, Rub 1-2 drops onto each temple, or add 10-15 drops in the bath.

Tonic Blend
8 drops Celery Essential Oil
4 drops Ylang-Ylang Essential Oil
3 drops Rose Oil
Blended into 1 ounce of your favorite Carrier Oil.
Use as an arm and leg massage oil to help with circulation or place 10-15 drops into your bath.

Debra Mauldin, Certified Aromatherapist
Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have pertaining to using essential oils as aromatherapy. Please put ‘Aromatherapy’ in the subject line.
mauldinfamily1@yahoo.com

References:
Aromatherapy Blends and Remedies by Franzesca Watson

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