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Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender essential oil is well known within the aromatherapy circles for its flowery, sweet smell, which calms and revitalizes. It has the ability to adapt a person to stress or imbalances. It allows the body to relax and wind down but is can also boost stamina and energy. It has also been able to speed healing skin wounds, such as abrasions, cuts and burns. French scientist Rene Gattefosse discovered Lavender essential oil’s ability for rapid…

With Essential Oils Tuberculosis Combated That Was Drug-Resistant

With Essential Oils Tuberculosis Combated DATELINE ATLANTA, MAY 30, 2007 A man with a form of Tuberculosis (TB) so dangerous he is under the first U.S. Government-ordered quarantine since 1963 has health officials around the world scrambling to find about 80 passengers who sat within five rows of him on two trans-Atlantic flights. Health officials worry about “multi-drug-resistant” TB, which can withstand the mainline antibiotics Isoniazid and Rifampin. The man was infected with something even…

A Rose is a Rose is a Rose

by David Stewart, Ph.D., R.A. Most men and women enjoy perfumes, whether they are colognes, aftershave lotions, sachets, or costly potions to titillate emotions. There are perfumes for the morning, for the working day, for occasions of entertainment, for the evening, and for the night. Some people wear different fragrances according the occasion and the time of day. People usually wear fragrances for a purpose. Flowers do the same. If you have a rose garden,…

Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Eucalyptus essential oil, a native of Australia, comes from the Eucalyptus Radiata tree, which can grow to the majestic heights of 270 feet. Young trees have oval-shaped bluish green leaves, while the more mature trees have long, narrow leaves and bear creamy-white flowers with a pale green bark. This clear therapeutic grade essential oil has a strong herbaceous scent with a soft woody undertone. Eucalyptus is a welcomed addition to every medicine cabinet for its…

Blending Your Own Fragrances

Blending your own fragrances using your biblical essential oils will be one of your most satisfying aspects in using your oils. Whether your blend is for therapeutic purpose or merely for its wonderful aroma, you will be practicing the art of the apothecary and acting as priest of your body, which is the temple of the Holy Spirit. 1 Corinthians 6:19 says, What? Know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy…

Cinnamon Lower Blood Sugar – Inhibit Mold and more!

Can cinnamon lower blood sugar? A study in the International Journal of Food Microbiology found that adding a few drops of Cinnamon essential oil to carrot broth inhibited the growth of bacteria for 60 days. So powerful was the effect that the researchers called it a viable alternative to traditional food preservatives. Even with bread already tainted with mold, wax paper made with 6 percent Cinnamon oil inhibited mold growth by 96 percent, prolonging freshness…

Essential Oils for Fibromyalgia

Essential Oils for Fibromyalgia Fibromyalgia is an autoimmune disorder of soft tissue. (By contrast, arthritis occurs in the joints.) Symptoms include general body pain, in some parts worse than others, usually brought on by short periods of exercise. The pain is ubiquitous and continuous. It interrupts sleep patterns so that the fourth stage of sleep is never attained, and thus the body cannot rejuvenate and heal. Fibromyalgia is an acid condition in which the liver…

Essential Oils Kill MRSA Bacteria

ESSENTIAL OILS KILL MRSA FOUND TO FIGHT IN HOSPITALS Feb 15, 2002 DALLAS REUTERS HEALTH NEWS A pair of orthopedic surgeons report that two essential oils, Eucalyptus and Tea Tree oil (Melaleuca), are surprisingly effective at treating Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) infections. Aromatherapy oils kill superbug. Essential oils could kill the deadly MRSA hospital super-bug, scientists have claimed. University of Manchester researchers found three oils, usually used in aromatherapy, destroyed MRSA and E. coli bacteria…

Uses of Essential Oils

Historic Uses of Essential Oils The many varied uses of aromatherapy essential oils date back from in the early Egyptian times. There has been a major rise in the use of aromatherapy in Western civilization in just the past few years. The scientifical term for aromatherapy is also known as the term psychoneuroimmunology. This form of science is the study of the immune, neurological, and psychological systems. Our immune systems are greatly effected by our…