Essential Oils for Psoriasis and Eczema Relief

Essential Oils can provide support and healing to the symptoms of psoriasis and eczema. Essential oils can be helpful for psoriasis and eczema; however, it is not recommended applying them directly to the skin without a base oil. It is recommended to add essential oils to a natural oil base that is highly concentrated in Vitamin E, such as grapeseed oil or olive oil; calendula oil is also highly recommended because it is soothing to the skin and has anti-inflammatory properties. The essential oils support and reduce the symptoms of psoriasis and eczema are benzoin, camphor, frankincense, French lavender, chamomile and juniper.

Benzoin is a useful essential oil, and its oil also strengthens and cures inflammation, Benzoin improves circulation and can help cure arthritis, while calming anxiety and relieving tension. Camphor essential oil desensitizes and acts as a local anaesthetic, it calms nervous disturbances, cures neuralgic pain, and soothes inflammation. Frankincense essential oil keeps cells healthy and promotes their regeneration. Frankincense also soothes anxiety and inflammation. French Lavender is beneficial for the treatment of issues with the nervous system, pain relief, blood circulation, and immune system health.

Traditionally, chamomile essential oil has been used for almost anything you can imagine. Chamomile essential oil sedates inflammation and hyper-reactions; it also improves the nervous system. Juniper is an evergreen tree that grows wild throughout parts of Europe, Asia, and North America. Juniper can also be applied topically in an oil base to helps heal skin ailments and conditions. It is used to help with conditions like psoriasis, and eczema. Cade oil, which comes not from the berries but from the tree's wood, is particularly helpful in the treatment of psoriasis.


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