8 Best Essential Oils for Spring

Spring is the season when everyone wakes up and becomes more active. From nature to the human beings who start going outside more, doing different things.

These different activities, sports, walks, walks, picnics, can cause some inconveniences such as allergies, bites, inflammations, sprains, sweating, and bad smells…If you find it hard to deal with these issues, you are lucky, because there is a solution.

These problems can be easily treated with essential oils. Here is my pick of 8 oils that will come in handy for you in the spring!

Palo Santo essential oil

Use: The essential oil is extracted from trees that have died naturally and have rested in their habitat for 2 to 4 years after they have died. In this way, this sacred tree manifests its properties and we can use it in essential oils, soaps, candles, and incense. For more information on the essential oil of Palo Santo visit >> EcuadorianHands

Palo Santo essential oil is considered one of the most complete essential oils since it has large amounts of limonene which works as an antiseptic, antifungal, anti-inflammatory antibacterial. This essential oil is good for relaxing the body and counteracting symptoms of flu, cough, allergies, migraines, stress, and fatigue.

You just have to place 5 drops in an aroma diffuser and let the aroma of palo santo invade your body.

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Tarragon essential oil: the antiallergic

Use: the biochemical composition of tarragon makes it an excellent antiallergic. In prevention or to accompany allergic conditions, take 2 drops of essential oil of tarragon on ¼ of a piece of sugar or on neutral support 3 times a day. Do this 21 days, stop 1 week and resume if necessary according to the same procedure.


  • Pregnant and lactating women
  • Children under 5 years
  • Potentially dermocaustic in its pure state (20% dilution for cutaneous use).
  • Lavender Aspic: The Antidote

Lavandula latifolia spica essential oil: the antidote

Use: the biochemical composition of lavender aspic makes it an excellent antitoxic. Drôme shepherds used friction lavender on asp viper bites to neutralize the effect of the venom, hence its name. Therefore, it will be useful for all stings: bees, wasps, mosquitoes, jellyfish, ticks, scorpions, etc. It is also an important oil in case of burns. For this use, dilute the essential oil up to half in sweet almond vegetable oil and apply 1 drop of the mixture directly to the sting area several times a day until it improves. It can also be used neat in an emergency.


  • Pregnant and lactating women.
  • Children under 6 years old

Immortelle: the anti-hematoma

Use: Immortelle is the most powerful natural antihaematoma. Its spectacular action on bruises makes it a precious and essential oil in aromatherapy.

In case of bumps, bumps, bruises, apply 1 or 2 drops of Immortelle directly on the bruise. The application can be repeated every 5 minutes and then spaced to reach 3 local applications per day until it disappears.


  • Immortelle essential oil being ketone, it is an emergency oil that is used occasionally. The presence of ketones makes it neurotoxic and abortifacient in high doses. Therefore, it will be contraindicated in:
  • Pregnant and lactating women
  • Children under 3 years
  • People with epilepsy.

Lemon: the detoxifier

Use: Spring is the perfect time for liver drainage.

For this use, take 2 drops of lemon essence on ¼ of a piece of sugar or neutral support in the morning on an empty stomach for 21 days. Lemon is also very useful for digestive fatigue. In this case, taking 2 drops of lemon on ¼ of a piece of sugar or neutral support before the meal will allow you optimal digestion.


  • Pregnant and lactating women,
  • Children under 3 years old.
  • Dermocaustic and photosensitizing. Avoid skin application and sun exposure.

Lemon Eucalyptus: the anti-inflammatory

Use: lemon eucalyptus essential oil, due to its high content of terpenic aldehydes, is a magnificent natural anti-inflammatory. It will be very effective for all tendon, muscle, and ligament inflammations, but also against mosquito bites (it is also repellent).

For all these indications, dilute the oil 80% in vegetable oil, and apply a few drops on the inflamed area 3 times a day or 1 drop directly on the inflamed pimple.


  • Pregnant and lactating women
  • Children under 3 years old.
  • Dermocaustic and photosensitizing. For cutaneous application, dilution in vegetable oil at 80%. Avoid sun exposure.

Palmarosa: anti-odor

Use: Palmarosa essential oil is a highly effective oil for infectious diseases but also for cosmetics and skincare. You can make yourself a natural and floral deodorant for spring: mix 100 g of coconut oil, 60 g of edible baking soda, 40 g of starch, 10 drops of Palmarosa essential oil. Apply a touch of preparation under the armpits every morning. 100% natural and healthy for the body.


  • Pregnant and lactating women
  • Children under 3 years old.

Ylang Ylang: the invitation to open the senses

Use: Ylang Ylang essential oil is a calming, sedative, relaxing, and antidepressant oil. But in his mind, it is an oil that invites you to travel, to open the senses, both psychologically and carnally. It is smiling, voluptuous, cheerful, with a very fine floral dimension.

For these indications, inhale the Ylang Ylang essential oil 5 times directly from the bottle and apply 1 drop to the solar plexus and the inner side of the wrists.


  • Pregnant and lactating women
  • Children under 3 years old.

Remember before using any essential oil to go to a specialist, to avoid allergic reactions and contradictions, Each essential oil has different properties and can help us in different ways. Purchase essential oils for aromatherapy products from sites that work responsibly and sustainably, have reforestation programs, and help the environment.