How Essential Oils Work

Clinical research has discovered that essentials oils have the highest frequency of any natural substance.  Electrical properties and charges of essential oils carry electrons or negative ions, which are healing and healthful.[1]


A healthy human body ranges from 62 to 68 MHz.  The air breathed, food eaten, and other factors cause frequency levels to drop.  Examples of the Taino Technology study reveal:


At 58 MHz cold and flu symptoms may appear.

At 55 MHz diseases like Candida and arthritis may take hold.

At 42 MHz cancer may set in.

At 25 MHz death begins.[2]


The essence or life-blood of the plant carries a live frequency ranging from 52 MHz to 320 MHz.


Using therapeutic grade essential oils on a daily basis keeps body frequencies at a healthy level, prevents disease, and even reverses damage.

Research has shown that the number one cause for depression is the loss of oxygen around the pineal and pituitary glands.  They have also discovered that with careful application of these oils to the soles of the feet, it enables the oil to reach every cell in the body within 20 minutes.[3] This may be why people in biblical times lived so long.


Principal essential oils contain various constituents, including these three compounds: phenylpropanoids, sesquiterpenes, and monoterpenes.[4] These three constituents are unique to essential oils and are produced naturally by the plant with the intelligence and capacity to do the following:


Phenylpropanoids – cleanse the receptor sites.

Sesquiterpenes – erase the incorrect information in the DNA or cellular memory.

Monoterpenes – reprogram the cellular intelligence back to God’s original plan with correct information.


Sesquiterpenes carry oxygen to the brain and stimulate the pineal and pituitary glands.  Three of the four oils in the world with the highest known concentration of sesquiterpenes are biblical oils: Cedarwood, Sandalwood, and Spikenard.


[1] Researchers used a biofrequency monitor from Taino Technology to measure the biofrequency of essential oils.

[2] Ibid.

[3] Vabener, Dr. Seminar Course. University of Izmir in Turkey.  1996.

[4] Stewart, David, Ph.D., D.N.M. Healing Oils of the Bible.  Care Publications. 2003.  Page 30-31.

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