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check out an oil called Thieves Oil.
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How long do these oils last? Or should I say do they expire?
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Fiumom, I have used 10 year old oils and no problem, only had 2 oils go rancid and that was because the lid had been left loose, I keep my oils in a aromatherapy chest which basically a box with a good fitting lid, store your oils like you would medicationm a cool place with little light
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A cautionary note, clove oil is great for tooth pain, a couple of years ago here in the UK  a 3 year old boy watched his Dad use clove oil then drank the 3mls content of the bottle, even though he received imediate medical treatment he died 5 days latter from liver failure,
arromatherapy oils are very concentrated and need to be diluted, there is only one oil that comes to mind that can be used neat and that is Lavender & which can be used on babies skin [diaper rash], it is used in Burn units in France and the Uk, My Brother had 2nd and 3rd degree burns. I use lavender oil on cuts and scrapes, rubbed on the temple for headaches, a couple of drops on a pillow slip to help me sleep.
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I use a mixture of lavender oil, ylang ylang, chamomile, peppermint, frankensense and myrrh to help with my vertigo. just a drop or two behind the ears. It helps me a lot because I have chronic vertigo. I use eucalyptus oil in a humidifier. Eucalyptus has so many uses but definitely needs to be diluted as do most. Some oils are way more concentrated than others, be sure to read up on them. There might be some free books on the Kindle app for tablets/phone.
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