Essential oils are the life-blood of plants; the liquid that runs through plants and shrubs that can be distilled and bottled. Because of steam distillation, essential oils keep the frequency (measured in megaherz) that they had when they were in the plant. They are very potent and provide support to every system in the body.
Why are essential oils important?
Since essential oils are potent and maintain the frequency they had in the plant, they can be very beneficial to the human body. Essential oils have very small molecules which can penetrate the cell wall and cell membrane. They can also cross the blood-brain barrier which most drugs do not. Oils quickly penetrate tissues giving almost instant relief for many ailments. Using oils does not guarantee an instant fix, but they can be used as a natural remedy without harmful side effects.
What can they do for me or my family?
When an oil can penetrate the cell wall and cell membrane, it can help build the immune system, fight illnesses and help support every body system. This is valuable for families because they have ailments that come up almost every day that can be helped with essential oils. Oils can be used in a more custom format giving families individualized help for the different body chemistries of individual family members.
How did essential oils get started?
Just because we are just now learning about essential oils in the United States, that doesn’t mean that they haven’t been used around the world for thousands of years. Essential oils are the “original medicine” dating back to 4500 BC with distillation pots being found in 3500 BC. There are over 1000 biblical references to herbs and trees. In ancient times, it was common knowledge that frankincense oil was good for everything from head to toe.
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