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History and Cautions

Oil Not to be used for
Jasmine - one of the most expensive essences often referred to as the King of the flower oils. Jasmine has a wonderful exotic fragrance and makes an enjoyable and luxurious massage oil. Babies, infants and children under 12 years.
Juniper - the oil is distilled from the berries and has many uses. It's main qualities are it's blood purifying and cleansing properties. Babies, infants and children under 12 years.
Lavender - probably the best known of all the Essential Oils. It is the number one choice for the first aid kit at home No exclusions
Lemon - this oil comes from Sicily and is produced from the rind of the fruit. About 3000 lemons are required to make a kilo of this essence. It is helpful for banishing warts, corns and verruca Babies and infants under 7 years
Lemongrass - the oil has a powerful lemony smell often described as resembling lemon sherbet. It is obtained from a wild grass and is cultivated mainly for the perfume industry. Babies, infants and children under 12 years.
Marjoram - best known for its warming qualities. It is good for muscle spasm,aches and strains. Babies, infants, children under 12 years and during pregnancy.
Melissa - the name means bee in Greece and the smell does rather attract these insects. Melissa has a fragrant, lemony scent hence its other name, Lemon Balm. It is helpful for allergies and is a gentle tonic. Babies and infants under 7 years
Myrrh - like Frankincense it is one of the oldest oils and has religious significance. Greek soldiers used to carry Myrrh with them into battle to treat their wounds. It is good for mouth and throat infections. Babies, infants, children under 12 years or during pregnancy.
Neroli - the number one oil for shock and stress. Neroli or Orange Blossom has a truly fragrant aroma. Babies.

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