How To Use Essential Oils for Allergies

Wanda Arnold, one of our recent graduates from Texas wanted to use her research paper assignment as a chance to write about how she incorporated essential oils into her family’s daily routine. Being from a dry state (with the exception of dealing with mold caused by hurricane Harvey), she decided she wanted to explore how to use essential oils for allergies. SOUTHEAST, TEXAS. It is still summer, but my grandson and son both are full…

15 Bath Oil Recipes using Essential Oils at AromaHut.com

15 Bath Oil Recipes Using Nourishing Essential Oils

And, after a hard day at work, there are few things more satisfying than a bath to help reduce aches, pains, or joint stiffness. In addition, aromatic baths are excellent for skin troubles, circulatory problems, respiratory symptoms, stress and nervous tension, insomnia, and menstrual pain. As a bath for detoxifying the body, using the right combination of essential oils can eliminate your body of toxins, helping you lose weight and get healthy.

Chamomile and Other Essential Oils Against Herpes

Chamomile and Other Essential Oils Against Herpes Genital herpes is a chronic, persistent infection spreading efficiently and silently as a sexually transmitted disease through the population. Antiviral agents currently applied for the treatment of herpes virus infections include acyclovir and its derivatives. The essential oils anise, hyssop, thyme, ginger, chamomile, and sandalwood were screened for their inhibitory effect against herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2) in vitro on RC-37 cells using a plaque reduction assay.…

Oregano And Other Essential Oils Destroyed Pneumonia Cells

Researchers have found that some essential oils Oregano, Thyme and Rosewood oils, in particular create an autolytic reaction in organisms, including Streptococcus pneumonia. Dr. Diane Horne of Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, told the 98th general assembly of the American Society of Microbiology about the serendipitous discovery of the impact of the oils on cells such as Streptococcus pneumonia. Oregano and other essential oils destroyed pneumonia cells. A co-researcher was spraying aromatic oils in…

How to Use Essential Oils for Pest Control

As naturalists, we don’t need poisons to kill pests. We can repel them with substances that are not only harmless to us but are actually healthful. Below is a list of oils that will solve most of your pest problems around the house.

How to Get Rid of Toenail Fungus _ Aroma Hut Institute

How to Get Rid of Toenail Fungus

No matter if you’re barefoot at the beach or stepping out on the town in platform heels, we all rely on our feet to carry us everywhere and even dance the night away! You probably don’t give them much thought until a problem develops like a bunion, callus, or worse: Fungus! Now you can give your poor feet a break and rejuvenate them with essential oils. The natural effects of the oils can help treat…

Bronchitis – Natural Healing With Essential Oils

According to recent clinical studies, those who suffer from bronchitis can now from comfort and relief by diffusing and applying essential oils, which are as effective as antibiotics. The symptoms are brought on by inflammation of the bronchial tube lining accompanied by heavy mucus discharge. Whether it be brought on by an infection or exposure to pollen, chemicals or other air pollutants, it can eventually lead to emphysema. If you suffer from a persistent hacking…

Essential Oils for Inflammation | Aroma Hut Institute

Essential Oils for Inflammation

Essential oils for inflammation can be very useful in the treatment for inflammation. Inflammation is caused from various conditions: bacteria, poor diet, chemicals, hormonal imbalance, or physical injury. When blood vessels leading to the heart are damaged and clogged, a protein is released into the bloodstream called C-reactive protein. The level of this protein indicates the degree of inflammation in the linings of the arteries. Certain essential oils have been documented to be excellent for…

Essential Oils Quick Reference Chart – Quick Reference Guide

This information is for educational purposes only and it is not intended to diagnose or treat any condition. Please consult with the appropriate health professional for any condition you are treating. Use this only as a quick reference guide. Basil: Anti-inflammatory, helps intestinal problems, muscle spasms, headaches, and mental fatigue. Dilute with carrier oil. Bergamot: Analgesic, anti-depressant, anxiety, female hormone balance. Anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, allergies, sedative. Birch: .Analgesic, anti-spasmodic, natural cortisone, may give relief to arthritis,…