You’ve likely heard about how essential oils can be used to naturally and inexpensively help with a whole host of issues, like digestion, attention deficit, sinuses, hormone balancing and many others.
They’ve actually been used for thousands of years, and now research is finally “catching up” and confirming their range of powerful health benefits.
That’s GOOD NEWS.
Want to learn more about essential oils — how to use them and which ones are most beneficial for specific health issues — you can email me or call me at 615-212-5511
I would love to teach you how to use therapeutic grade essential oils, an alternative form of healing that is affordable and works well on their own or in combination with other modalities. I’m happy to answer questions via email, or to schedule an appointment to meet via Skype or phone to address your needs in a more in-depth way.
Essential oils are simply a mixture of volatile aromatic compounds. These compounds are able to interact with the olfactory (smell) receptors in the nose. Our sense of smell can have a profound effect on our emotions, and simply inhaling the aroma can elicit an emotional response. The smell receptors located on the upper surface of the nasal cavity make direct links with the limbic system of the brain, where the scent is perceived and processed.”
High quality essential oils like DoTerra can also be used for emotional and energetic uses. For instance:
￼✨Emotionally, Clove is the Oil of boundaries. Clove supports individuals in letting go of victim mentality. Clove supports individuals in standing up for themselves, being proactive and feeling capable of making their own choices, regardless of others’ opinions or responses. Clove assists individuals in letting go of patterns of self-betrayal and codependency.
BE SURE YOU’RE NOT GETTING SICK FROM YOUR FRAGRANCES
Many companies blend a minimal amount of essential oils with synthetic fragrances, perfumes, chemical enhancers and boosters in an attempt to cut costs and create a stronger, longer lasting odor. “Made with pure essential oils” often translates to an ingredient list with a small percentage of essential oils and a majority of the scent coming from a number of carcinogenic and toxic petrochemicals.
Unless a company discloses that they only use pure essential oils, there is a possibility that instead of an aromatherapeutic candle, you are igniting a chemical cocktail that is anything but healthy.