How to use
These essential oil blends ease your healing in simple, effective ways. You’ll get the most benefit if you apply them correctly and regularly.
The 5 simplest, most effective ways to use Carol Tuttle Healing Oils:
• Direct Inhalation
For clear, in-depth instructions for each method, visit our “How to Use
100% pure premium grade organic or wildcrafted essential oils of Cumin,
Pink Grapefruit, Fennel, Coriander, Clove Bud, Ginger, Cardamom, Cinnamon Bark, Basil, Rosemary
Cumin is widely used in many dishes from countries worldwide. Cumin oil aids the digestive system to relieve gas, indigestion and bloating. Helpful for nervous exhaustion, migraines and headaches. Relieves muscular aches and pains and osteoarthritis. Phototoxic. Use with caution when pregnant.
Pink Grapefruit is an effective emotional oil for a wide range of needs, but is equally effective for physical needs. Grapefruit is often used for kidney related needs, as well as a stimulant to the digestive and lymphatic systems. Has also shown to be effective in balancing oily skin and helping to clear up acne issues. Alleviates depression. Phototoxic—avoid direct exposure to the sun or tanning booths for 12 hours after use on skin.
Fennel has a slight black licorice scent and is beneficial for settling the stomach, cleansing the pancreas, and balancing blood sugar levels. Used in skin-strengthening formulas and for general circulation. Helps balance hormones in older adults. Used in specific anti-parasitic protocols.
Coriander has been used throughout history to stimulate the appetite by creating a unique flavor in foods. This oil has been known to help in circulation stimulation and lymphatic drainage. It is also used in balancing blood sugar, helping with digestive issues and relieving muscular pains. The fresh aroma assists in the treatment of exhaustion, or fatigue.
Clove Bud oil is generally associated with mouth-related healing, such as easing toothaches and bad breath. It is also used for pain relief, against various infections and infectious diseases, and as a stimulant for the heart/nervous system and respiratory system. Its warming abilities contribute to its aid to the digestive system. Avoid when pregnant. Avoid when on blood thinner.
Ginger is a widely used oil for stomach challenges. Like its donor plant, it has proven to be an effective oil for most nutritional support programs. Ginger tends to be warm and stimulating to the cardiovascular system. Helps ease fatigue.
Cardamom is known for its digestive aid properties, including maintaining a healthy gut flora and improving appetite if sick. Use for opening up nasal and lung congestion. May improve poor blood circulation. Uplifts and energizes if worried, depressed, or fatigued.
Cinnamon Bark oil is one of the most universal oils because of its wide range of uses. This oil is one of the few oils indicated for circulation and heart stimulation. Other treatment uses: the flu in general, digestive issues, blood sugar issues, impotence, and tropical fevers, and a wide range of infections. When highly diluted, it has been used effectively as an anti-parasitic oil against scabies. Inhaling the aroma can be invigorating, especially when mentally or emotionally fatigued, tired and weak.
Basil oil can help with digestive issues, circulation, rheumatoid arthritis, bladder infections, lung congestion, muscle spasms, travel sickness and a wide range of infections. Basil is effective in eliminating threadworms (pinworms), repelling flies and mosquitoes, and treating insect bites. It has been widely used to help with many emotional struggles such as anxiety, insomnia, and depression.
Rosemary is indicated for a wide range of brain issues. Known as “the oil of remembrance” because it can improve mental clarity. When inhaled, it is beneficial for respiratory ailments such as coughs, bronchitis, asthma, and sinusitis. It is can be pain relieving for the joints. It strengthens the immune system as well as the liver and gallbladder. It helps balance the endocrine system and supports adrenal function. It is a tonic for the heart and varicose veins. Use in small amounts when pregnant.
Safety Notes: Keep out of reach of children and avoid contact with eyes. Avoid use if pregnant. Phototoxic- Avoid direct exposure to sun 12 hours after use on skin. Use with caution when on blood thinners. If applying an essential oil to skin, always perform a small patch test by properly diluting the oil in an appropriate carrier oil and applying to an insensitive part of the body, such as inside of elbow. Never put oils in the ear canal or eyes. Use vegetable or milk to remove any essential oils causing irritation. Always keep essential oils and blends away from children. To slow oxidation and protect shelf life, store in a cool, dark place with lids tightly secured.
Disclaimer: This information is provided for educational purposes only, not to treat, cure, prevent, or diagnose any disease or condition, or prescribe in any way. As with all essential oils, do not take internally unless working with a qualified and expert practitioner. Always consult doctor before taking any oil.