What are essential oils

What are essential oils

You've heard of essential oils but are you feeling a bit overwhelmed by so much information and don't know where to start? We understand you perfectly since that's how we felt at the beginning. Let us help you, the best and easiest way to start is by identifying your 3 basic priorities. If you are open to natural solutions that support your body's needs, you will soon fall in love with essential oils and the way they empower you to take control of your health and wellness and how simple they are to introduce into your routine.


They are the aromatic properties of a plant. When you smell a rose, you are experiencing rose essential oil. Essential oils come from plants. They are distilled from the roots, leaves, stems and flowers while the peels of citrus fruits are cold pressed. The essential oil is what plants use to fight their predators and external factors that can affect them. It's basically the plant immune system, so in essence, we're using the plant immune system to support our immune system.


Like the human body, essential oils are carbon based. When you use an essential oil on your body, the body instinctively recognizes it and knows where to use it and how to use it to support your body naturally. Which means there are no side effects when using essential oils, just side benefits. For example, if you use a drop of frankincense under your tongue for its anti-inflammatory properties, you will also have the emotional relaxation and balance benefits of this oil. Incredible right?


People always ask, how much and how do I use them? That is one of the best parts of using the oils. Less is more, so one or two drops every hour until you feel that you have achieved its therapeutic benefits. Its super important to always use a carrier oil! But do not worry, we will advise you on everything you need to know regarding this point. Remember that there are several ways to use oils: topically, aromatically and internally, we'll show you how! Please contact us for additional information regarding security and dosage.
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