Essential oils heal every organ

Aromatherapy is a healing method that is as old as the world. Its “founders” are strongly scented plants. The flowers owe their incredible scent to the volatile essential oils they contain, which are invisible to the eye. But essential oils delight not only the sense of smell, but also influence the mind, the human psyche, have a healing effect, improve physical and mental condition, prevent various pathologies, colds and viral infections.

Although the methods of aromatherapy have their origins in the ancient cultures of China, India and ancient Rome, their revival began in the middle of the last century, when the French perfumer and chemist René-Maurice Gattefos described their medicinal uses in a scientific work and the methods of Aromatherapy introduced the term “aromatherapy”.

Scientific research explains the therapeutic effect of essential oils by the fact that the scent, entering through the receptors of the nose, affects certain parts of the brain responsible for our emotional state and contributes to the release of serotonin, the hormone of well-being. Nature and mood. This “etheric doctor” can protect us from a whole range of diseases.

Oils strongly penetrate the body and therefore deliver substances with high biological activity to diseased organs and systems, improving the functioning of the respiratory system, blood circulation, mental activity, the activity of the endocrine glands and the nervous system. Essential oils also heal through the skin and relieve rashes and muscle and joint disorders. In addition, they are a powerful anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial agent.

In this article we will reveal which essential oils should be in your first aid kit and how to use them correctly for various illnesses.

6 essential oils for your medicine cabinet

There are many essential oils. Of the most accessible and useful, we recommend six that will save you from various diseases.

• Rosemary oil increases stress resistance and stimulates the body’s defenses. Rosemary is a natural nootrope: it improves blood circulation in the brain, relieves the manifestations of vegetative-vascular dystonia, normalizes low blood pressure and eliminates dizziness. Its smell alone invigorates, tones, improves memory and concentration. However, it is not suitable for people with high blood pressure. Instead, high blood pressure patients can use orange, lemon, and eucalyptus oils.

• Lavender essential oil relieves headaches and muscle pain. It has antiviral and antibacterial effects, calms, reduces stress and high blood pressure and helps with sleep. For a deep sleep, dry inhalation is recommended, where a drop of this oil is placed on the pillow half an hour before going to bed.

• When a migraine occurs, it is good to drink peppermint tea and rub peppermint essential oil diluted with ordinary oil into the temples. As an antispasmodic, it anesthetizes well, helps to cool the heated mind and relieves excessive emotionality and anxiety. To improve sleep and get rid of headaches, you can take a bath before bedtime: 1 tbsp. Soda or sea salt, 5-7 drops of oil and add to the warm water. Lie in the bathtub for 20 minutes.

It is important to use 100% natural essential oil with no impurities. It’s a little more expensive than most oils sold at the drugstore, but it’s worth it. You can check the quality of an essential oil by placing it on a piece of paper. High-quality oil evaporates in a few minutes, oil with additives leaves a greasy stain on the paper forever. We do not recommend that you use essential oils that contain impurities as they contain chlorine compounds. Such oils become toxic and can cause allergic reactions and damage to the nervous system when used.

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When choosing an essential oil, another feature should be taken into account: It should not only suit you according to the indications, but also individually – in terms of aroma. Choose and use the ones you like and enjoy. If you like the scent, the oil is yours. If not, don’t use it, no matter what healing properties it may have. This indicates that your body does not accept it.

Dry herbal pillows for well-being and mood

Sew some bags or pillows in which you can place aromatic herbs with specially selected scents for a specific season or need. They relax or, on the contrary, strengthen and ensure a good mood and well-being. If you are nervous, do not sleep well, put dried lavender on a separate pillow. It has a deeply calming effect. In bed, place a pillow near your head to ensure a deep, restful sleep. If you put bitter smells in the pillow: wormwood, wormwood, inhaling these aromas will sharpen memory, memorization and improve appetite.

Using the science and magic of herbs, prepare four different scent pads to match the spirit of the season.

Collect herbs in the summer pillow whose aromas fill you with joy, enjoyment and relaxation: Dried rosemary, juniper, lavender, roses, chamomile as well as dried cumin and fennel add spice to the aroma.

The aromas of the Autumn Pillow are intended to invigorate, prepare for work and sharpen the brain to achieve your goals. Bitter scents can provide an energy boost: dried marigold, aster.

For winter, you need to make a pillow that will give warmth and comfort to the soul, so put cinnamon sticks, some cloves, cherry blossoms and thistle in it. A spring pillow should be full of fresh-smelling herbs. Choose the ones whose scent gives you that feeling and you won’t go wrong.

There are gradations and rules for using the oils, which are based on age and the individual characteristics of the body. By the age of 50 we usually have problems with high cholesterol levels, which increases the pressure, causing cerebral circulation to deteriorate. It seems that rosemary oil helps to improve blood circulation, but against the background of the listed symptoms and diseases, rosemary is not indicated. Here it would make more sense to use orange essential oil.

Even in old age, diabetes mellitus and the resulting circulatory problems in the extremities often occur. In this case, to improve blood circulation, you can simultaneously make warm baths for feet and hands and add a few drops of rosemary and eucalyptus oil.

In the early stages of male pattern baldness, thyme oil can help restore hair structure in men.

Essential oils – an irreplaceable helper for a good night’s sleep

In most cases, these men have problems with the digestive tract, so the absorption of nutrients in the digestive tract is poor and the hair follicle does not get what it needs to live. In this case, we recommend a proven method: in 1 tbsp. Drip pumpkin oil, take 2 drops of lemon oil orally. And rub diluted in 1 tbsp into the scalp every day. Sunflower oil 10 drops of thyme essential oil.

With increasing age, joint problems also arise – arthritis, arthrosis. Juniper essential oil is very suitable for joint problems. For example, you can make compresses from it: Drizzle 10-15 drops of juniper, eucalyptus or tea tree essential oil on 1 tbsp. Vaseline, mix and rub into the diseased joint, wrap with cotton cloth, cellophane and a woolen scarf. Keep the compress for 2-3 hours. These essential oils have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. Under the influence of the heat of the compress, they penetrate through the skin in the joint and act as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, that is, they relieve pain and inflammation.

An unpleasant symptom that often occurs with increasing age is toenail fungus, which noticeably deforms the nail plate and causes discomfort. Tea tree essential oil, which kills nail fungus, will help you deal with it.

Milena Vasileva


DevanCole is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. DevanCole joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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