Why Oils Heal and Drugs Don’t

by David Stewart, Ph.D If you tell a medical doctor that essential oils can bring about healing with no negative side effects, they won’t believe you. This is because in medical school students are repeatedly told by their professors that all effective medicines have negative side effects, and if they don’t, then they can’t be effective. When I was in medical school one professor emphasized this point in a colorful, graphic manner with specially prepared…

Bergamot and Lavender Used in Mainstream Medicine

Apr 2, 2008 4:46 pm US/Central Bergamot and Lavender Essential Oils Now Used In Mainstream Medicine FORT WORTH (CBS 11 News) The healing powers of essential oils have been known for centuries. Now a Fort Worth hospital is the first in North Texas to take those powers to a clinical level. Megan Morrison’s high-risk pregnancy has kept her on bed rest for the past six weeks. Her clinical aromatherapy sessions at Harris Methodist Hospital are…

Essential Oils As Medicine – The Transience of Drugs and Permanence of Oils

Essential Oils As Medicine – The Transience of Drugs by David Stewart, PhD, DNM, IASP, BCRS In this issue we want to discuss some other aspects of essential oils that make them effective medicines, not only today, but effective medicines for all future time. Commercial antibiotics and antibacterial agents such as hand soaps, household cleansers, etc, all have a limited useful life on planet earth. This is because bacteria inevitably crack the codes of these…