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Frangipani Oil: Amazing 5 Benefits

The frangipani oil comes from frangipani, which is also known as plumeria. It is a member of the Apocynaceae family. This type of plant is related to the oleander and it has different species which can be distinguished by their differently shaped leaves and growing habits. This tree is native to Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central America. It is a beautiful and easy-growing plant, which is commonly seen in gardens and temples. The flowers of frangipani are large, fragrant, and red and they bloom during summer and fall. Also, there are other varieties of frangipani, which are producing yellow and white flowers.

Health Benefits Of Frangipani Oil

The frangipani oil has a strong, rich, heady, and exotic fragrance, which makes it valuable in perfumery. Some people describe the scent as romantic. The frangipani oil is either clear or pale yellow and is slightly viscous. The frangipani oil has emmenagogue (it stimulates the menstrual flow) properties, so you should avoid it during pregnancy because it can lead to miscarriage. Also, people with epilepsy should refrain from using this oil. Here are some health benefits of frangipani oil:

Effective for sound sleep

Those who are workaholic people surely have experienced some difficulties while sleeping in the night. Also, with the use of smartphones and other technological gadgets, people tend to have more sleeping issues. It is important to sleep and rest, so you will have a healthy life. There are some studies in which are shown that frangipani oil can help to regulate the sleep cycle, calm the mind, and gives you sound sleep. You need to inhale the alluring aroma of frangipani oil to have a sound sleep. Also, the gentle massage on your chest with diluted frangipani oil can help to sleep well.

Smoothens the cracked heels

There are many different factors that could lead to cracked heels, such as obesity, aging, vitamin deficiency, climatic conditions, misfit or tight shoes, allergens, chemical exposure, and standing for a long time. Cracked heels can make you feel embarrassed, but also, they are painful. You can make a foot bath with frangipani oil because it can speed up the healing process. You should add three drops of frangipani oil, three drops of rosemary oil, and one tablespoon of Epsom salt to a bowl of hot water. You should soak your foot for 10 –15 minutes and massage in – between to stimulate the blood circulation.

Gets rid of depression

One of the most recommended essential oils, which can help to uplift your mood, is frangipani oil. It has aromatic molecules, which can help to calm your mind, give you inner peace and boost your self–confidence. It can stimulate the production of dopamine and serotonin, which will make you feel happy and relaxed. You should inhale the aroma of frangipani oil to boost your mood immediately when you feel low. Also, you can rub the diluted oil on your wrist for aromatherapy benefits

Gives soft and silky hair

The frangipani oil can be found as an aromatic ingredient in conditioners, hair packs, and shampoos. It has antioxidant properties, which can help to nourish the hair and relaxes when massaged regularly on the scalp. You should not rub this oil directly on the scalp. You should mix it with a carrier oil. You need to mix 3 – 4 drops of frangipani oil with 2 tablespoons of warm coconut oil. You should massage your scalp gently with this mixture and let it stay there for twenty minutes. Then, wash your hair with mild and chemical-free shampoo. Also, you can add one drop of frangipani oil to the shampoo as well.

Maintains overall body health

Frangipani oil has been used for centuries as a home remedy for many different health problems. The frangipani oil has antioxidant properties which can fight against free radicals in the body and prevent cell damage. Also, it can prevent cancer and other life-threatening conditions. The frangipani oil can help to remove the toxins from the body, fights against infection, and de-stresses the mind when it is used in the right way.

Elene Jordanova
Elene Jordanova
Elena Jordanova is a medical researcher from Macedonia with specialization in Internal Medicine


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