Natural Aromatherapy for Your Bathroom

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  1. Sue Walsh says:

    What a wonderful idea! I am defintely going to try this. I have horrible allergies and the eucalyptus would be so soothing!

  2. Steph says:

    What a great idea! I am an becoming an aromatherapy addict, and am looking forward to trying this. Thanks for stopping by my blog, I am looking forward to reading more of yours.

  3. This is a nice post. As I am getting more into using natural “cures” for ailments there was a few things in this post I didn’t realize…such as the eculyptus information. I did know about lavender (by the way, I have heard that lavender is also really good for antibacterial uses too?). And don’t forget about using aloe (get an aloe plant–they are REALLY easy to care for) and then you will have it for minor scraps and burns.

    Nice to read about these things….ooh–and I love mint as well. I get some mint decaf green tea to drink at night….so relaxing. And chamomile is another one of my favorites.

    Thanks again for sharing this great information.

  4. JuLia says:

    Lavender smells great. really help me to calm down when i’m in stressed.

  5. Yiie says:

    I create an essential oil blend of 10 parts lavender, peppermint and lemon, with 90 parts water into a garden spray bottle. This is a great blend to disinfect the house and refreshen up the environment. Simply shake well before using and spray to clean benches or simply into the air.

  6. Viveca says:

    Very interesting! And timely! I bought lavender today and some rosemary … and I love the scent of eucalyptus which always reminds me of home (California).

    I’ll be hanging up what I’ve got and heading back to the nursery tomorrow for more!


    P.S. I’ll also post a link to this in my community – always on the look out for great ideas to re-energize tired women!

  7. Christina says:

    Thats a great tip about the shower.

  8. Kat says:

    What a great idea! I usually burn my sinus relief or eucalyptus candles, but this is worth a try!
    Thank you for sharing it!

  9. Great Idea! it’s very natural & Green too. I also use lavender to reduce my headache. But I think you can try sweet marjoram. It has pain relieving and muscle relaxing properties. I found sweet marjoram better in reducing my headache compare to lavender.

  10. I use Aromatherapy to relax. It’s very successful method and REAL works!

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