Plant Therapy Essential Oils

I am going to be honest, I know nothing about essential oils. I have smelled them in some stores and had some massaged into my back during a spa massage. But that was pretty much my exposure. I have some friends who swear by them and I wanted to give it a try.

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Plant Therapy sent me their Top 6 Synergies Sampler Set. I immediately opened each bottle to smell them. I really love the smell of these. Very soothing. But, I really had no idea what to do with them, so I did some internet research. I learned quite a bit.

One popular way is to inhale them through diffusers or facial steam. I put some on a cotton ball in a zip lock bag, which I smelled when needed. Another way is topical. This can be done  through massages, compresses, and baths. I like to put a very small drop on the inside of my wrists and behind my ears, kind of like perfume. Only I think it smells better than perfume. Another way is through ingestion, but Plant Therapy doesn’t recommend it.
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The Top

Top 6 Synergies Sampler set comes with 6 essential oil blends; Sensual, Energy, Germ Fighter, Relax, Immune-aid, and Tranquil.
  • The Sensual is meant to be an aphrodisiac.
  • The Energy is a great pick me up when you’re feeling lack luster, or you could use it before a workout.
  • The Germ Fighter has a fun story behind it that you can tell your kids. It was created based on studies on the concoction of herbs and plants used by thieves in medieval times to protect themselves from the plague and other diseases while they robbed their victims. Plus, in 1997, studies conducted at Weber State University showed the oils in this blend to have a 99.96% success rate against airborne bacteria.
  • Relax is perfect after getting home from a long day from work or, for me, right after the kids go to bed.
  • Immune-Aid was made to protect your family from germs and viruses. It has anti-viral and antibacterial properties.
  • Tranquil is a great stress reducer. It calms you. I personally use it with my two ADHD children. They know when they are getting hyper to “smell their wrists”.

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A portion of Plant Therapy profits are donated to the Africa Heartwood Project.

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92 Responses to Plant Therapy Essential Oils

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  5. angevege says:

    I would love to try the Cedarwood and Lemongrass ORGANIC Essential Oils.

  6. angevege says:

    I use essential oils to enhance or alter my mood. I have also used them to ease anxiety in my dog.

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    I make a room spray and lip balm with EOs.

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  8. I like to use it as a freshener for linens etc.. Its magical :)

  9. Citrus Burst Synergy would be my pick to help me get going.

  10. Use them to replace any med that I could and to help with the mood that I am lacking in at the time I need to relax or energize, etc.

  11. leareiter says:

    Therapeutic Synergies.

  12. leareiter says:

    I would use them to manage my moods.

  13. JJ Caraway says:

    I would choose the Anti-Eczema Synergy,Immune-Aid Synergy,Pain-Aid Synergy,Relax synergy, tranquil synergy and the Tummy-aid

  14. JJ Caraway says:

    I would use to help my fatigue and also my anxiety and for my immune system

  15. Rachel Dams says:

    I use them to change my mood and make me happier/more comfortable.relaxed :)

  16. I would choose Vanilla, clary sage, ravensara, hyssop, myrrh and cedarwood.

  17. I am just beginning to learn about essential oils. I use peppermint oil, just a tiny drop on my temples, for sinus headaches or a stuffy head.

  18. coriwestphal says:

    I add essential oils to my homemade cleaning products to make cleaning a bit more pleasant!

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  19. Amy Orvin says:

    I’d choose
    Lavender Essential Oil

  20. Amy Orvin says:

    I use them in my bubble bath.

  21. Amanda Warnick says:

    Headach Relief Synergy

  22. Heather McCormick says:

    I would pick the anti-anxiety,elegance, and the endo-aid

  23. Heather McCormick says:

    I would use them for sore muscles, for massages, in an oil diffuser to relax

  24. I would choose and love to try
    Eucalyptus Blue Mallee Essential Oil and Basil Sweet Essential Oil :0 Thanks you

  25. Julie Matek says:

    I’d give these to my sister. She has been creating many things with essential oils:)

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  26. Aliesiar says:

    I would use essential oils for headache relief and anxiety.

  27. Aliesiar says:

    I would pick the peppermint essential oil.

  28. jigsawinc says:

    I would choose Peppermint Essential Oil. It has always been one of my favorite scents and I am learning that the essential oil has so many wonderful and healthful uses!

  29. There are many that I would like to try. Allergy-Aid, Acne, anti-anxiety, and many , many others. Thank you for the chance to win.

  30. I have used Eucalyptus and Lavender before.

  31. jigsawinc says:

    I would like to use it in my laundry room for fresh scents as well as around the house and for natural remedies for things like colds..

  32. I do not use them now but would use them to fight off allergies

  33. Mel Cadle says:

    I would want to try the anti-anxiety synergy! In this world, I think we could all use a little of that! :)

  34. Mel Cadle says:

    I just put a little on my wrists… I can’t handle strong scents, but I like a little on my wrists–just enough so you can gently smell them! :)

  35. Rosanne says:

    I would pick Eucalyptus and Frankinscense

  36. Rosanne says:

    I would use them inthe bath and to put on pulse points

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  38. Kayleen Considine says:

    I’d choose lavender because it’s supposed to help with depression.

  39. Kayleen Considine says:

    I’ve used orange essential oil before. It picks up your spirits and it really does work!!

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  41. DailyWoman says:

    I want to use the oils in a diffuser or in a body scrub.

  42. I would put them behind my ears.

  43. Natalie Wahl says:

    I use essential oils in massages for sore muscles and take them orally to prevent illness and calm my digestive system. I am always trying to learn more uses, and want to find ways to use them more with my son.

  44. Natalie Wahl says:

    I like the synergy blends, and have been looking for a good source for carrier oils. I would probably be most interested in the anti-fungal, and child calm.

  45. i would use these oils for massage and air fragrance for our home andi would choose
    Patchouli (Dark) Essential Oil

  46. Vikki Cousin says:

    I use essential oils for the skin, homemade perfume, medicine, anti-aging, aroma therapy, and homemade shampoos, conditioners, and household cleaners.

  47. Possibly the Sunflower =)

  48. I haven’t had much experience with them other than through massages

  49. I want to try the Peppermint!

  50. I’d like to give these a try on my sore and stiff neck.

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  53. I would pick the Germ-Fighter Synergy

  54. leanne hill says:

    Id pick the peppermint essential oil

  55. leanne hill says:

    Id use them as alternatives to manufactured/processed ‘medicines’

  56. I would use them for their germ fighting abilities!

  57. Robin Ingram says:

    I’m just starting to use essential oils and I have an ADHD son that likes them but I keep reading that its best to dilute in carrier oils. Are you doing this or just putting it neat on their wrists?

  58. Top 6 Synergies Sampler Set. Includes Essential Oil Blends of Sensual (Aphrodisiac), Energy (Physical Energy), Germ Fighter (Like Thieves), Relax (Physical Relaxation), Immune-aid (Immune System Booster) and Tranquil (Emotional Stress Relief). 10 ml each.

  59. I would use the oils to help destress, I have RSD/CRPS which is a chronic pain condition that stress causes to sky rocket, and by placing a few drops in strategic places it would help. I also have a compromised immune system, so the germ-fighter and immune aid would be perfect.

  60. Bo says:

    I love mixing drops of essential oils into lotions to add a wonderful scent. I also love putting them into diffusers to scent my home naturally!

  61. Bo says:

    I would pick the Lavender Organic Essential Oil!

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  63. Valarie Lee Gentry says:

    I would pick the Lavender Oil and Energy Synergy oil!

  64. Valarie Lee Gentry says:

    I would use the oils on my neck, shoulders, and temples.

  65. Soak cotton balls–then just dab on.

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  67. I’d for sure choose the dark Patchouli

  68. I use it on the body and in the air or even as a linen spray. Put some in a spray bottle with distilled water, shake and spray

  69. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    I would like to try the Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil, I love the smell.

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  71. Cheryl Chervitz says:

    I would use them like aromatherapy, they are great to smell and also to put on your skin. Thank you

  72. Vicki Hale says:

    I would use it use it as you do, like perfume, I suffer from depression, and lavender oil is good for that

  73. Vicki Hale says:

    I could benefit from Lavender essential oil Thank you Vicki

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    I want to try the Coffee Essential Oil. I did not even know that it existed. I am a coffee drinker through and through and the smell captivates me more than the taste. I think. Or it might be the caffeine. Anywho… COFFEE!!

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    I use essential oils in homemade soaps and add tea tree oil to my shampoo. Essential oils are great for their homeopathic uses on top of the fact that most of them smell wonderful!

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