December 2, 2020
Herbal Oils

Essential Oils: What Are They?

What are Essential Oils

Essential Oils provide us with relief from distress or everyday anxiety. Many essential oils are grown specifically for use in this way. Some of the most well known are frankincense, myrrh, spikenard, sandalwood, angelica, turquoise and kola, but there are many more. All these aromas produce different effects on the body and mind.

What Essential Oils should I buy?

Many of these essential oils are popular for their therapeutic uses, but there are over a hundred more that can be bought or are on the market today, some of these are not good for ill health. Some of these are so highly potent that they are considered dangerous. It’s important to only buy pure essential oils whenever possible. When considering the benefits of a particular oil or a certain blend of oils, always read the label. Never rely on the word of only one trustworthy source. Always read the scientific analysis of the source.

How do Essential Oils work?

Essential oils are known for their ability to relax the mind and relax body. They are known for amplifying the effects of other essential oils. Essential oils have a rich supply of plant extracts required to create a particular treatment. Different essential oils have different positive and negative ions that can be charged to the affected tissue. These charged essences then influence the nervous system and positively affect the body to help repair cells or destroy them, or to have a particular affect on a muscle.

Examples of Essential Oils

For instance, frankincense increases the coumarin component of blood. Pure essential oil assists in alleviating stress and headaches. They also increases the synthesis of tryptophan, the building material for the body, and help chrysolite, a digestive acid found in the stomach. Galbanan oil absorbs the toxins from the body, and turns them into water. This fluidic medium rescues the victim from inhaling the toxic fumes from burnt substances. Jasmine, another name for burdens, is an oil that increases the vitazine component of blood and assists in the protection of the blood vessels from excessive salty water. Marigold is known to be a universal healing plant that warms the body and relieved tensions. Around two-thirds of its origin is from vegetarian sources and the rest comes from the soil. It has remarkable healing properties.

 

Venessa Whitford

Vanessa is a freelancing content creator for Technical Writers. Outside of copywriting, she dedicates her free time to life coaching and attending Holistic Health events. She has a passion for spiritual remedies such as crystal healing, aromatherapy and tarot readings. She even acquired a first class degree in Psychology.

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