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This is an on-going project that just started in June 1999 and will only get better.
This first mailing is quite general so do check back often for more recipes
We are always looking for more recipes and will be happy to give credit to anyone providing such.
(EO stands for Essential Oil)
Click on this link for a whole book on cooking
with Essential Oils.
Meats - Rule of thumb - 1
drop of essential oil to 1 Tablespoon of vegetable
Combine the 4 oils above and let set ˝ hour.
Combine the 4 oils above and let set ˝ hour.
Use on baked or grilled chicken
Grilled Chicken marinade
& Salad oils
Any of the citrus oils are great used in oils on salads. Approx. 20- 25 drops per cup of oil.
General rule of thumb for making your own vinegar
Use any fragrant oil such as palmarosa,
Mix 1 drop of your favorite oil in 1 cube of softened
butter to top your potatoes,
Add 1 drop of essential oil to 8 oz.of creamed cheese,
yogurts, sour cream etc.
Beautiful and flavorful way to decorate your many cakes
Rice Pudding, Custards or Dessert
Sorbets, Ice Creams & Frozen
Chocolate or carob cake
Special EO flavored honey’s or Sugars
for various uses
What oils are good for what type of dishes
Here is a list of some of your most common essential oils used for cooking and foods that you might consider putting them in. Your imagination and taste buds are really the only limit to what you can put them in!
As a rule you will use from one to four
drops in the various dishes.
Essential oils not only flavor foods but they add health benefits such as medicinal & psychological values. Don't hesitate to also add some of the herb especially flower petals for color and flavor especially in cold dishes.
Use in Desserts, Ice Creams, Dips,
Butters, Salad Dressings, Sauces, Marinades,
Casseroles, Soups, Vegetables, Fish, Breads, Cakes,
Meats, Syrups, Jams & Jellies, Granola and the
list goes on.
\Lavender, Tea Tree, Peppermint, Chamomile, Eucalyptus, Geranium, Rosemary, Thyme, Lemon, Clove
Lavender - burns, scalds, antibiotic, antiseptic, antidepressant, sedative, detoxifier, promotes healing, prevents scarring, stimulates the immune system, regenerative.
Tea Tree Oil - antiseptic, (one hundred times more powerful than carbolic acid.)antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, ringworm, sunburn, acne, athlete's foot, toothache, one drop on tooth brush with paste then brush - for gum disease, pyorrhea.
Peppermint - digestive, respiratory systems, circulation, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, indigestion, flatulence, bad breath, flue, catarrh, varicose veins, headaches, migraines, skin irritations,rheumatism, toothache, fatigue, keeps mice, fleas and ants away.
Chamomile German or Chamomile Roman - nervous conditions, insomnia, antibacterial, antiseptic, disinfectant, anti-inflammatory, rheumatism, teething troubles, eases herpes, and tetanus, burns, sunburn, psoriasis, eczema, asthma, hayfever, diarrhea, sprains strains, nausea,fever. It is analgesic, diuretic, sedative, and calming, anorexia nervosa, used in rejuvenation treatments.
Eucalyptus - chest problems and colic, cools the body in summer and protects it in winter. Anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antibiotic, diuretic, analgesic, deodorizing, antiviral, sinusitis, candida, diabetes, sunburn, insect repellent. There is a wide range of eucalyptus varieties, any of which would be a useful addition to a basic care kit.
- works profoundly on the emotions. Makes
chilblains disappear overnight and brings a radiant
glow when used in skin care. Vital component
in treatment of endometriosis, menopausal
problems, diabetes, blood disorders, throat
infections, nerve tonic, sedative, uterine
Thyme - antiviral antibiotic, antiseptic, diuretic, used in MODERATION as it is very strong. Wonderful for flu, when used in a humidifier or diffuser. Assists in the elimination of toxic wastes from the body. Whooping cough, warts rheumatism, neuralgia, fatigue, acne, discourages all manner of parasites and insects.
Lemon - water purifier, antiseptic antibacterial, insect bites, tension headaches, tonic action to the lymphatic system, stimulates the digestive system, disperse cellulite, keeps wrinkles at bay.
Clove - antibacterial,. antiseptic, analgesic, prevents disease and infection, toothache, digestive problems, muscular disorders, asthma, nausea, sinusitis, sedative. Can be used for the sterilization of surgical instruments. Dilute with a carrier oil before using on skin.
Rosemary - Heart, Gout, Headaches, Fatigue, Skin Infections, Muscle Aches & Pains, Dandruff, Spinal Injuries, Liver decongestant, Obesity.
This information was taken
from "The Complete Book of Essential Oils &
Essential Oils For Use Around The House