Curing Ailments Naturally With Essential Oils

Observations show that more people are falling victim to all sorts of illnesses and disorders.  These illnesses and disorders can disrupt and alter individual s lifestyles.  World Health Organization conducted a research study that showed 80% of ailments are lifestyle altering.

There are several cures offered in the world for various illnesses and disorders.  Some are through therapies and others are with drugs.  Drugs can be very dangerous and have various side effects.

There are natural ways of healing that are far less dangerous.  Aromatherapy is an excellent natural way to heal.  Aromatherapy uses natural essential oils to help heal the body.

Natural essential oils are extracted from plant s flowers, roots, seeds, and various parts.  Natural essential oils are heavily concentrated, so a little goes a long way.  Each essential oil can be used for different purposes.

Essential oils can be bought at most stores selling natural products.  Essential oils are categorized according to their healing properties.  Top note, middle note, and base note are the three categories.

Top note essential oils can be used in bath water, tonics, steam inhalation, and in bug repellents and ointments.  Some examples of top note essential oils are lemon oil, tea tree oil, basil, eucalyptus, and peppermint.  Because top note oils have anti-viral properties, they are great for treating skin disorders, headaches, common cold and flu, digestive disorders, and several more.

Middle note essential oils have a calming, relaxing, and energizing effect when used.  Middle note oils are usually used in massage therapies, muscle pain, depression, and in treatment of hair loss.  Lavender, rosemary, nutmeg, and yarrow are some examples of middle note oils.

Base note oils are great at treating scars, high blood pressure, intestinal infections, depression, cold, hemorrhoids, and several other things.  Base note oils are expensive, but they are rich and relaxing.  Some examples of base not oils are clove oil, cedarwood oil, ginger oil, myrrh oil, and sandalwood oil.

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