• A Guide To Essential Oils Safety

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    A Guide To Essential Oils Safety
    Using Essential Oils Safely Essential oils are highly concentrated, potent medicines. For example: it takes 100kg of thyme to produce 200g of thyme oil and it takes 60 roses to create one drop of Rose Otto essential oil. 1 drop of peppermint oil is said to be equivalent to the amount of peppermint oil in 20 – 30 cups of peppermint tea. Essential oils...
  • Methods Of Using Essential Oils

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    Methods Of Using Essential Oils
    Essential oils can be used in many different ways: aromatically, topically or internally. The recommended usage of the oil should be stated on the bottle.  Inhalation is one of the most popular and effective ways of using essential oils. Essential oils can be inhaled directly, indirectly, via diffusion or even steaming. Direct inhalation of an essential oil involves little more than opening a bottle and...
  • An Introduction Of Essential Oils

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    An Introduction Of Essential Oils
    Essential oils are volatile in nature and evaporate quickly. When the essential oils particles are inhaled, they travel up the nasal passageway to the lungs and the olfactory system of the brain. The olfactory system is what controls our sense of smell. The olfactory receptors send signals to the part of the brain called the limbic system.
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