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Therapeutic Essential Oils

This group will be specific to Young Living Therapeutic Essentail Oils.
There is a significant difference between essential oils that simply smell good and those that are therapeutic-grade.

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The Therapeutic Difference

As I have been trained in healing through the use of the Young Living Oils, the information and recommendations found here are only applicable to their use. I have no knowledge of the purity of any of the other oils nor can I make any judgements regarding other oils. I personally recommend these oils because of the independent laboratory testing and research that has shown them to meet and often exceed the industry requirements.
These oils are found to meet specific criteria in four key areas: Plant, Preparation, Purity, and Potency.
Please understand that these specific oils are my personal choice and I am in no way devaluing the oils of anyone else's personal preference.
Our creator gave us these plants for healing, and these pure essential oils that were given to us, are a key solution to the challenges facing our modern lifestyle.

 

These Therapeutic Grade oils can be found in the following countries:

 

Japan - Japanese
Canada - English
Mexico - Spanish
Europe (UK) - English
Australia - English
United States - English
Europe - German
United States - Spanish



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Benefits of Citrus Oils 3 Replies

Hello  Everyone,In researching the benefits of essential oils, I have found that citrus oils can assist with weight management, along with the sense of smell and taste. The oil from the citrus fruit…Continue

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Sensitivities to Oils by David Stewart, PhD, DNM There are a couple of ways one can be sensitive to essential oils, but an allergic reaction is not one of them. Allergies are erroneous immune…Continue

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Pure Essential Oils Have Very High FrequencyThe effectiveness of essential oils cannot be fully understood without some discussion of frequency.Frequency is a measurable rate of electrical energy…Continue

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In Dr. Stewart's book entitled, "The Chemistry of Essential Oils Made Simple", he answers the question: "Are Essential Oil Allergens?" Consider the following facts: 1) Allergens are almost always…Continue

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Oils and Brownie the Orphaned Calf 8 Replies

I wanted to share with you one of the many blessings I receive through my work with Young Living Therapeutic Essential Oils.This is Brownie, he is a 2 month old calf who was abandoned by his mother.…Continue

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Comment by LavenderRose on February 23, 2013 at 18:56

Many seeds, shrubs, and other plants that possess an impressive array of therapeutic compounds. These compounds work in multiple ways to relieve pain, clear out nasal and respiratory passages, calm the mind and senses, and boost energy levels, http://www.med.nyu.edu/content?ChunkIID=37427among other benefits. And one of the primary reasons why they work so well is that they contain multiple trillions of tiny molecules that easily enter the body and nourish cells.

"There are approximately 40 million trillion molecules in one drop of essential oil (that's approximately 40,000 molecules for each cell in the average human body)," explains an article on essential oils published in the International Wellness Directory. "They are so small that they enter your body through the skin and go everywhere in your body," it adds; noting that many other therapeutic compounds found in nature have much larger molecules that are not as efficient or effective at entering cells.

What this means aromatically is that essential oils have an incredible ability to enter the body through the lungs and disperse throughout the body in a way that most other medicines are unable to achieve. The neuroscience behind how this works is somewhat complex and still under investigation, but many years' worth of trials and clinical use have shown that aromatic intake of essential oils can help improve mood, eliminate stress, increase energy levels, boost immunity, and relieve pain.

As long as you obtain certified, pure, therapeutic grade or therapeutic grade varieties -- these typically cost more than essential oils that have been cut or otherwise adulterated with cheaper oils and fillers -- essential oils can be safely used aromatically for these and many other purposes. The scent of lavender oil, for instance, is known to help relax the body and mind, while peppermint can help improve mental clarity, reduce fatigue, and increase energy levels.

You can learn more about the benefits of essential oil aromatherapy by visiting the University of Maryland Medical Center's medical reference guide:
http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/aromatherapy-000347.htm

source:

http://www.naturalnews.com/Index-SpecialReports.html

Comment by LavenderRose on February 23, 2013 at 18:54
Comment by LavenderRose on February 21, 2013 at 10:11

1. Lavender. Lavender oil has this yummy, fresh floral scent with a dash of sweetness and herby aroma. I find it completely intoxicating. On top of it smelling amazing, it is also the most versatile of all essential oils. Therapeutically, lavender oil has a calming effect which does wonders for those suffering from anxiety. Medicinally, it can be used as an antiseptic and pain reliever to soothe minor burns, insect bites and stings, and muscle or joint pain. This is also a great scent to use for savasana during yoga practice; one breath and you’ll feel blissful.

2. Peppermint.
Peppermint oil has a very stimulating yet soothing aroma and is what I like to call “mother nature’s Icy Hot” due to its main constituent, menthol. This stuff is amazing. Not only is it effective in arousing your mental sharpness but it can be used to relieve congestion, headaches, migraines, digestive problems, and soothe achy muscles. I typically use it to get rid of headaches by rubbing a tiny bit on my temples or to relieve muscle soreness by diluting it with a carrier oil, like grape seed oil, and rubbing it into whatever is sore.

3. Eucalyptus.
This oil has a very fresh and clean aroma that is sure to open your airways up.  Eucalyptus oil is anti-everything, and for once that’s a good thing. It is a natural antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory. It is best used for respiratory problems like colds, coughs, asthma, and congestion in addition to wounds, muscle pain, mental exhaustion, dental care, and skin care. I love to drop a little of this in a hot bath when I am feeling congested; it’s a great natural way to clear my nasal passages up.

4. Lemon. With its uplifting and fresh scent, lemon oil can help get rid of bad vibes and increase concentration and mental awareness. It is also an antiseptic and antifungal making it a wonderful fix for scrapes, cuts, and other open wounds. Feeling less than inspired to get your flow on? Rub a few drops on your chest and throat while you set your intention and you’ll be flowin’ in no time!

5. Tea Tree.
A widely popular form of alternative medicine, tea tree oil is awesome! Not only is tea tree oil’s astringent properties great for alleviating oily secretions of the skin – think oily face & scalp issues – but it’s terpinen content soothes minor wounds without irritation. I love to add a few drops to my shampoo prior to washing; it leaves my scalp squeaky clean.

Make sure that when you are purchasing or using essential oils that they are 100% pure, therapeutic grade.  You should also dilute essential oils. You can dilute essential oils with carrier oils or water depending on what you are going to use the essential oil for. As with all things – if you have any health concerns, consult with your personal physician

Comment by Cindy Meadows on February 18, 2013 at 22:44

Thanks for the info, Auslyn.  I didn't know some of what you said.  Very helpful!  You reminded me of Clary Sage.  I'm gonna go get some!

Comment by Auslyn on February 10, 2013 at 15:31

Hi Everyone,

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and brings us a wonderful opportunity to experience the benefits of some of nature’s magnificent treasures.  Amazingly, many essential oils not only heal but stimulate the senses as well!

The Essential Oil Desk Reference, 5th Edition, lists the following oils for enhancing well-being. These may help to create an inviting atmosphere during this month of love and romance.

These oils can all be applied in six ways and do not need dilution:

  1. On the chakras
  2. The Vita flex points – the crown of the head, forehead, heart, and navel
  3. On the feet and lower abdomen
  4. Diffused
  5. Inhaled
  6. Take as dietary supplement

 

The following oils are suitable for men, and aid romance, strength, and warmth in relationships:

 

Ylang Ylang - balances male-female energies

Basil – fights fatigue, increases libido

Jasmine – stimulating, uplifting, seductive

Geranium - balances emotions, promotes well-being

Rose – relaxant, aphrodisiac, brings balance and harmony, allows one to      overcome insecurities, mind-elevating, increases sense of well-being

Ginger – restores sexual potency

 

These oils work well for females:

 

Jasmine –  stimulates, uplifting, seductive

Clary Sage – raises estrogen and progesterone levels

Rose – relaxant, aphrodisiac, brings balance and harmony, mind-elevating,     reduces insecurities, increases sense of well-being

Geranium - balances emotions, promotes well-being

 

We can use them all year around! 

Comment by Pamela Heyen on March 13, 2012 at 7:42

Hi Anna, welcome to the essential oils group. To answer your question, first it depends on what grade of oil they are using. Is it therapeutic, pure, organic or has it been adulterated with chemicals to extend it are reasons why it may not be useful. Another reason it that we are all individuals and every person's need is different. We are all unique in our challenges as well as what we need to correct those challenges. You are receptive to the benefits that ylang ylang provides to you, whereas another person may find that aroma too strong or offensive. What is wonderful about the oils is there are so many different oils that provide some of the same health benefits, so we are able to choose the one that resonates with each of us personally!

Comment by Anna Karina on March 12, 2012 at 15:55

I use ylang ylang and carry a small spray bottle with me at all times. Nothing brings me a sense of relaxation, contentment and I wonder why different oils are more  useful for some people and less useful for other.

Comment by David Malloy on January 4, 2012 at 9:33

Coralie and I love Young Living Essential oils and being part of Pam's downline. I highly recommend them and Pam is a top notch up-line and very supportive. 

Comment by Lady Sheridane on December 22, 2011 at 8:18
Putting either peppermint, lemon, tangerine or grapefruit essential oils in your water is very refreshing
Comment by Pamela Heyen on November 13, 2010 at 1:36
The date and time are correct in the discussion above.....hmmm, I wonder what that slip was about?
 

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