Using the best therapeutic grade essential oils for Healing
is a Great Way to help repair your body
when you are experiencing an ailment or
an injury of some kind.
Therapeutic Grade essential oils can Target the concern and help to begin the healing process.
For optimal results, buy a Quality 'therapeutic grade' essential oil, and take the time to review the recommendations for the type of oil you are considering.
Some oils are applied directly to a spot where you are experiencing problems, a certain number of times a day.
Others can be consumed in food or beverage (although not FDA approved!)
Many others can be inhaled deeply, diffused in a diffuser, put in a vaporizer, in a bath, used as a compress, and they are great mixed with a carrier oil for massage!
Essential oils have been used for healing since the beginning of time. They are actually part of mankind's first medicine, our plants! They are quite safe, with few exceptions.
I have used therapeutic grade essential oils for many, many years and, from the very beginning, have seen myriad changes in not only myself, but those I have shared them with.
There are so many ‘top’ essential oils that it is hard for me to narrow them down. I will continue to write and share stories about as many as I can!
I have also used a few different brands, all Therapeutic Grade, and I will have a link to the ones that I think give you the best quality for the best price!
Lavender Essential Oil
Lavender oil is one of the most versatile essential oils that there is!
You can Always use lavender as a First Resort for Any Ailment!
Lavender is perhaps best known for its ability to help you relax, and a few drops on the bottom of your feet at night will help you to sleep better.
When applied to a cut or an insect bite or sting, it’s antiseptic qualities will help to reduce the irritation and cut down on the amount of time it takes to heal.
I have used lavender essential oil numerous times on burns, it soothes the pain instantly and cuts way down on the scarring. Lavender is one oil that you should always have on hand!
Peppermint Essential Oil
Yes, the oil that is in your favorite Christmas candy does have a medicinal purpose too.
Peppermint is one of the best essential oils that can help you to ward off an upset stomach, combat motion sickness and even fight a fever. Internally, it can be taken with hot water as a tea, and help to reduce indigestion, bowel problems, and even reduce gas.
A drop of peppermint essential oil in a cold glass of water in the summer is very refreshing. A glass of water a day with peppermint oil will not only contribute to general health, but cut down on intestinal distress, strengthen your immune system, and can make a healthy afternoon ‘pick me up’.
Inhaling peppermint deeply can help to combat congestion and bronchial infections.
There has also been research done on the effects of peppermint essential oil on the brain’s ability to recall facts and events, and studies have shown that it can increase test grades in schools.
If you are feeling under the weather, consider adding a little eucalyptus essential oil into some steaming water or a vaporizer. As it begins to enter the air, it will begin to disinfect the area and help to cleanse the lungs and respiratory system.
Eucalyptus essential oil has been used historically for asthma, acne, diarrhea, inflammation, rheumatism, sore throats, ulcers and viruses. It is a great antiviral and antibacterial remedy.
Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil, also known as melaleuca, is largely known for its anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-inflammatory properties. It is a very powerful immune system stimulant, and helps with fighting not only colds and sinusitis, but the flu virus.
It can be placed on an area of the skin and help to cure many of the fungal infections you may experience, such as warts. Tea tree essential oil is very useful in combating dandruff, oily skin, and head lice.
(Please Note, tea tree oil Can be Toxic to pets!)
Clove Essential Oil
Clove is another of the best essential oils that has a long history of healing, especially in times of epidemics, plagues, influenza, intestinal parasites, and even aids in childbirth.
You can place it on cuts, skin infections, bug bites and other injuries to benefit from the antiseptic properties that it has. Clove oil can also be used to help heal earaches, nasal congestion and stomachaches.
This powerful healer has a numbing ability that can also help to curb a toothache or mouth pain in just a matter of seconds, and I have used it many times with many people for this alone. Clove essential oil is safe enough for your entire family, and something to definitely consider keeping in the home.
As you can see, natural healing is possible with therapeutic grade essential oils. We will continue to write about and explore the commonly used essential oils and their many health benefits.
(Also, just to be 'transparent' (!), if you click on a link on this site and buy a product, I may make a very small commission, which goes toward the upkeep and growth of this site! Thank you!)
*Internal Consumption of essential oils is not FDA approved and not recommended.
These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. The user accepts all risk, liability and responsibility. Use caution if pregnant or around young children or pets.
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