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Therapeutic Benefits of Essential Oils

Essential Oils are multifunctional, so they have a wide spectrum of application. They work for the need that is present. If there is no need present in the body, there is minimal reaction. While oils are not accumulative in the body, their frequency and effect is.

Simply, an essential oil is the "essence" or "life force" that comes from the flowers, petals, leaves, bark, fruits, resins, seeds, needles and twigs of a plant or tree.

A variety of methods are used to extract the oil, the most widely used being steam distillation. After the extraction, the liquid on top of the water is the highly concentrated oil; it will have the aroma of the plant along with all therapeutic properties particular to that plant.

The oil on top is 100 percent pure and 100 percent natural. To receive the full benefits of the therapeutic, emotional and energetic properties of the oil, you only need a few drops to produce the results intended... less is more.

Essential oils are absorbed and go to work within seconds in the body. Layering the oils in application, and the addition of heat produces faster penetration and results. Essential oils stay in a healthy body up to 8 hours.

Essential oils provide a positive frequency to the body and contain oxygenating molecules which transport nutrients into the cells.

Essential oils and oil blends with higher frequency ranges work at the emotional and spiritual level.

Essential oils and oil blends that have a lower frequency have a more profound effect on making structural/physical changes.

Inhaling essential oils is particularly benefiting because the odour molecules travel up the nose where they are trapped by olfactory membranes. These nerve cells trigger electrical impulses to the olfactory bulb in the brain in 23 seconds. The olfactory bulb (the brain) then transmits the electrical impulses to other body centers.

Essential oils have profound physiological and psychological effects.

References: Heaven Scent Oils. Frequency of Essential Oils
Keniston-Pond, Kymberly. The Ultimate Guide to Essential OIls, Simon & Schuster Inc. 2017.

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