Are You Looking for the Key to Holistic Health
- Do you get headaches?
- Have you spent years trying to figure out what you can and cannot eat because you’re embarrassed by gas, bloating or other digestive issues?
- Are you popping pills to relax or to sleep at night?
- Are you stressed out?
- Are you wondering why, after 15 different medications your eczema won’t go away?
- Are you tired of staying home with your kids with all their flus, colds, sore throats or head lice?
- Are you sick of taking anti-biotics for sinus infections and sore throats, knowing full well they are ruining your digestive system and killing your liver?
These are some of the most common ailments that may send you or your family to the doctor, who then prescribes a synthetic medication. The synthetic medication will eventually have a side effect which will produce another ailment and then another side effect which can ultimately be worse than the original ailment!
And do you know what the number one drug problem is in our country?
It’s not recreational drugs as you may think. It’s prescription medications with the biggest users being women between the ages of 25- 50 years old and children between the ages of 5-7 years old! Our current medical system is medicating our country instead of getting to the root of why our bodies are imbalanced, inflamed and diseased. Pure therapeutic grade essential oils are a natural, less expensive, safer alternative to traditional Western medication and the endless pills piling up in your home.
Essential oils are made from plants, not in a laboratory, so you can truly feel good sharing them with your sick or injured loved ones. Essential oils will help you relieve a headache, but can help promote relaxation, digestion, insomnia, canker sores, bug bites, nausea, immune support and so much more. You name it. There is an oil for it.
Take your health care into your own hands. You can heal yourself with natural products.
Why You Should Use Essential Oils Essential Oils
Essential Oils Are Unique And Powerful
Essential oils are concentrated, hydrophobic liquids or compounds that are found in the seeds, bark, stems, roots, flowers and other parts of plant. Once extracted, the oils carry the distinctive scent or essence of their plant. Essential oils can be both beautifully and powerfully fragrant. If you’ve experienced walking through a lavender “eld or rose garden, you have experienced the aromatic qualities of essential oils. However, in addition to giving plants their unique and distinctive smells, essential oils also have hundreds of therapeutic and even medicinal qualities.
Everyone’s Using Essential Oils
We’ve known about essential oils for hundreds of years. The use of essential oils goes back as far as the Egyptian and Greek cultures. The Romans, Chinese and Indian cultures soon followed. In our modern world, essential oils were discovered by the French culture in the late 1930’s and since then, essential oils have had a wide-spread use in aromatherapy practices. Our nation has the highest rate of heart disease, type two diabetes, child obesity and cancer in the world.
So why aren’t we using them in our culture as much as other cultures are? And still spending 4.5 trillion dollars a year in global health-care?
We aren’t educated about them!
But now-a-days people like me are looking for a more holistic approach to self-care. Many alternative health practitioners including doctors, nurses, osteopaths, chiropractors, nutritionists and health coaches are driving the rediscovery of the profound health benefits of essential oils.
It’s So Easy To Use Essential Oils
There are so many ways that essential oils can be used or administered. You can apply a single oil or in a complex blend depending on your desired benefits.
Essential oils are usually administered by one of three methods: diffused aromatically, applied topically, or taken internally as dietary supplements.
Diffuse Them In The Air
Our sense of smell is the only one of our five senses that is directly related to our brain. All of our other senses are routed first through the thalamus and then directed to the cerebral cortex and other brain regions. With that said, our sense of smell has the biggest influence on many physiological pathways including the stimulation of hormones and other metabolic processes.
Are you exhausted? Inhale Peppermint for 30 seconds. Depressed? Inhale Wild Orange. Trouble sleeping? Diffuse Lavender and Roman Chamomile by your bed.
Watch the beauty of what happens!
Aromatherapy has thus been founded upon our bodies predicted response to this kind of stimuli. In addition to the emotional benefits, diffusing essential oils can purify the air of unwanted odors and many airborne pathogens. Essential oils can also be used as cleansing and purifying additives to laundry and surface cleaners throughout the home.