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“Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit. When one is free from physical disabilities and mental distractions, the gates of the soul open.” However, which is that secret key to have a healthy body? This might be that one million dollar question, the answer of which anybody wants to know. Keep reading this information and I assure that you will find the answer you want.
Nature has given us all the best things that we could ask for, but the importance of it is to know how to use these benefits properly. This being said, I will share with you some secrets about essential oils. Believe me these advices will make your life easier and will improve your health fundamentally.
We all know about the everyday power of scent: how a particular perfume reminds you of your mother, or when the smell of your favorite restaurant brings you back to your first date there. But did you know that some scents can actually improve your health? Essential oils can also help you relax or sleep, or improve your skin or digestion — their benefits go well beyond a pleasant smell.
Essential oils can have a healing effect mentally, physically, and emotionally. You can apply them directly onto your skin, inhaling, or use through a diffuser.
There are some general tips for using essential oils that apply regardless of the type. Never apply most oils directly to your skin, as their high concentration can cause a reaction or irritation. Instead, essential oils should be diluted with water or a carrier oil like jojoba or almond. And with a few exceptions, as noted below, do not ingest essential oils. And always talk to your doctor about health concerns, especially if they represent sudden changes in your well-being.
The oils below will help you assemble a natural first-aid kit for a variety of common minor ailments.
Lavender: Lavender is one of the most versatile oils. It is more commonly known for its relaxing effects but works on bruises, cuts, and skin irritation too. The scent of lavender can reduce the levels of stress hormones in your blood. That’s a good reason to put a few drops in your bath in order to help you relax at night. Doctors recommend putting a couple of drops of the oil on your hands, rubbing them together and inhaling, then sprinkle a few more on your pillow before you hop in bed.
Frankincense: Frankincense is a must-have essential oil in everybody’s home. It can be used for relaxation, such as in baths, and to help minor cuts and bug bites heal more quickly. Frankincense has been used for thousands of years. It can be used for depression, inflammation, immunity, and to increase spiritual awareness.
Eucalyptus: This is a great oil to have on hand if you get frequent colds or suffer from allergies that affect your breathing and make you congested. Eucalyptus can be used to relieve sore muscles and help clear sinuses. It also has many antibacterial properties and has been known to stimulate the immune system. Use it in a vaporizer to loosen up a congested chest or apply it diluted to the inside of your nose to relieve nasal congestion. But never ingest it or use it on your skin undiluted, as it can be irritating.
Sage: Sage essential oil provides several benefits from a wide range of properties. It functions as an effective antibacterial agent, helping inhibit the growth of bacterial infections. In a study published in the Brazilian Journal of Microbiology, it was found that the essential oils of eucalyptus, juniper, mint, rosemary, sage, clove and thyme possessed antimicrobial properties against Vancomycin-resistant Enterococci and E. coli strains. Of all the tested oils, the researchers found that thyme and sage essential oil showed the best results against the said strains of bacteria. In addition to these, sage essential oil has been successful in helping treat a number of health problems that affect the nervous system, heart and blood pressure, respiratory system and digestive system, as well as metabolic and endocrine conditions.
Helichrysum: Helichrysum Italicum is considered a medicinal plant with many promising pharmacological activities because it operates as a natural antibiotic, antifungal and antimicrobial. There are actually over 600 different species of Helichrysum Italicum, and it’s commonly referred to by other names, such as Everlasting, Immortelle or the Curry Plant. In traditional Mediterranean medicine practices that have been using Helichrysum oil for centuries, its flowers and leaves are the most useful parts of the plant. They are prepared in different ways to treat conditions including: Allergies, Acne, Colds, Cough, Skin inflammation, Wound healing, Constipation, Indigestion and Acid Reflux, Liver diseases, Gallbladder disorders, Inflammation of the muscles and joints, Infections, Candida, Insomnia, Stomachaches, Bloating.
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