The use of essential oils is very popular in the pharmaceutical, therapeutic, and cosmetic areas. It’s properties enable it to be used in a wide range of areas. Essential oils are concentrated aromatic compounds extracted from aromatic plants. They are made through a distillation, or compression process, and widely used in the production of food, beverages, and cosmetics. However, their great and best utility is herbal medicines. Herbal medicine and aromatherapy owe their fame to the use of odorants. Some essential oils are well known for their medicinal properties.

Essential oils are everywhere.

In the field of cosmetics, they serve to perfume products such as shampoos, soaps, and are also present in moderate doses of care products. Detergents and cleansers use their aromatic properties and softening qualities. In addition to the emotional and physical benefits when used in aromatherapy, they can also have medicinal applications. Many essential oils are antiseptic and are among the most potent protectors of nature against bacteria and other infectious organisms.

Essential oils have a wide range of healing properties

they can be used effectively to maintain health, stimulate cell regeneration, relieve pain, balance emotional dysfunction, and fight against bacteria, fungi and various other forms of infection. In addition to providing relief from stress, increased energy and increased mental concentration. Essential oils have an almost never-ending list of therapeutic uses, and science continues to find out more about them each year.

Aromatic massage combines the advantages of massage therapy with the qualities of essential oils. Essential oils are used for stress reduction, muscle relaxation, circulation stimulation, depurative treatments and local analgesia. Therapeutic massage with essential oils stimulates blood circulation, thus increasing the supply of oxygen and nutrients to the cells; intensely stimulates the lymphatic system and activates the limbic section of the brain.

To alleviate abscesses, cramps, earaches, rheumatic and muscular pain, you can use essential oils as a hot compression. Tea Tree is good for almost all kinds of infections. The properties are excellent in fighting skin problems, especially those caused by fungi. They are also very effective in the treatment of mycoses of the nail, canker sores, toothache, earache, candidiasis, psoriasis, chilblains, calluses, boils, and acne treatment.

Likewise, rosemary is good for those who suffer from low blood pressure, dizziness or weakness, and stimulates circulation. In hair massage, it prevents hair loss, combats dandruff and is suitable for dry hair. It’s also a great antidote to stress. It is widely in the pre and postoperative period for lymphatic drainage. Similarly, it increases memory and concentration.

Daily activities

Essential oils can support us through many daily activities and life changes but know that there are varying degrees of oils. For great benefits, it is important to use non-adulterated therapeutic grade essential oils. The adulterated oils contain chemicals or synthetic compounds and this can actually be harmful to the body. Lastly, essential oils are not medicines and we encourage you to consult your physician!  While essential oils are not meant to replace traditional forms of medicine, homeopathic remedies and essential oils may compliment your health routine.