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For an aromatherapy gift basket, considering lemon oil is also wise, as it serves as an anti-stress agent. Tea tree oil and thyme oil can also be a part of the gift too. Tea tree oil is used externally as an anti - fungal, antiviral, antimicrobial, anti - parasitic, and antiseptic. Include Geranium oil, as it is an astringent, antiseptic, and a diuretic.
Infusions or aqueous extracts of plants and carrier oils are used to dilute essential oils for use on sensitive skin. You can make your gift basket special by including basil for sharpening concentration, getting rid of depression, and migraines. However, if you are gifting the basket to a pregnant woman, you should leave out the basil oil, because of the emmenagogue chemotypes present in it.
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Aromatherapy can be traced back to the ancient Egyptians who extracted oils and essences from plants and used them for trade. Today oils are used not only for their physical effects but are also linked with other therapies to facilitate holistic health. These gifts cover a range of ideas for those who like to use oils for their own health as well as the practitioner – something for everyone at every level.