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Why Learning About Aromatherapy is Important
Although the use of essential oils isn’t new, it has definitely gained a wild fanfare in recent years. More and more people are learning how to use essential oils in place of artificial fragrances in the home and on their bodies, for culinary purposes, and for health and healing. The more we use essential oils, the more we fall in love, and it’s hard to remember a time when aromatherapy was an unfamiliar term.
Everyone has to start somewhere, though – few of us were born into families who already used aromatherapy regularly. If you are just starting out and find yourself a bit lost in the jargon, recipes, and excitement, don’t worry. You aren’t alone. Let’s take a little bit of time here and catch you up to speed so you can learn how to use essential oils safely and effectively.
History of Aromatic Medicine
Ancient civilizations unknowingly stumbled upon how to use essential oils when they first started to utilize fragrant, aromatic plants for medicine and spiritual rituals. Not realizing that these volatile components contribute to the potent medicinal power of these plants, many of the products they used in this way continue to be used today – myrrh, cinnamon, frankincense, cassia – prized for their fragrances and traded vigorously throughout the ancient world and into the development of the Western world we know today.
The “spices” were burned, infused into carrier oils, and even crudely distilled into something similar to what we know as hydrosols – distilled oil that remains in the water from the process. What do each of the uses have in common? Maximizing access to the fragrance – the essential oil!
History of Aromatherapy
More recently, people learn how to use essential oils under the guidance of the aromatherapy profession, although we have records of people using them as far as thousands of years ago. Did they have essential oils like we know them today? Of course not! Modern distillation procedures are relatively new in relation to the Earth timetable.
The term aromatherapy is relatively new in our history, coined by a French chemist named Rene-Maurice Gattefosse in the 1930s. His work ultimately led to the modern understanding of essential oils as therapeutic for health and healing benefits. Today, thanks to pioneers such as Gattefosse, we really do have essential oil extraction down to a science, and we’re learning more all the time.
Essential Oils Defined
The term essential oil doesn’t refer to how much we need it (though many of us argue that they are pretty vital parts of our daily lives!). In fact, the original scientific term is volatile oil, which paints a much better picture of what we’re referring to. Volatile, being the tendency to vaporize, this explains what essential oils are: the aromatic chemicals in a plant that readily evaporate during steam distillation.
Essential Oils in Plants
The essential oil is why you smell a rose when you lean down and sniff the blooms. It releases as you walk through the garden and shake up the plants. Contained in the bark, leaves, roots stems and blossoms of your favorite plants, essential oils are complex molecules containing broad therapeutic actions that vary based on their composition. When learning how to use essential oils, this is important to remember because chemical composition (phytochemistry, the chemistry of plants) tells us how we can best use a substance.
Three Ways to Use Essential Oils
The term aromatherapy was coined to combine aroma and therapy, indicating therapeutic benefits using fragrance. AKA, “inhaling” the volatile organic compounds” from aromatic plants. Although, this is still the heart of aromatherapy, as science advances, there are now three primary ways how to use essential oils:
Not only is inhalation the oldest form of essential oil use, it is also arguably the safest. Oils diffused throughout a room are relatively safe for most people in most cases due to the high level of dispersion. More direct effects can be obtained by breathing in a steam directly or inhaling right from the bottle, or from a few drops on a cloth. This carries the volatile oil directly into your respiratory system and mucous membranes, dispersed throughout the steam or air molecules.
Instead of the dispersion through air droplets that inhalation provides, topical use is much more direct. But at the same time, the oil is absorbed through the barrier layers of skin, while inhalation moves quickly through the thinner mucous membranes. Knowing how to use essential oils and the goal(s) you have in mind can help you determine which application is more appropriate. In theory and in professional practice, some essential oils can be used on the skin undiluted. However, the safest application is via dilution. Carrier oils like olive, coconut, jojoba and avocado oils usually have benefits of their own. In most cases you can easily combine a couple of drops in a teaspoon to dilute the oils and bypass potential irritation.
Finally, and most controversially, some oils are safe for ingestion. The most basic form of ingestion is in culinary use. Revisiting cinnamon, you could use cinnamon essential oil in a cake batter, but you’d only need one drop for the whole batch vs. a tsp or more of the bark powder.
Another common internal preparation is to combine it into a drink. Do remember that oil and water do not mix, so simply adding a drop to water will leave that drop undiluted. Some oils are irritants and all oils are very concentrated, so it’s best to learn how to use essential oils the right way, be safe, dilute it into an edible carrier oil first.
Using Essential Oils as Medicine
The best essential oils for healing are comprised of a complex network of molecules that each carry different effects to the body. Their power to beat disease is so effective that, under the supervision of a natural health expert and aromatherapist, you may be able to avoid the having to use needless drugs or have unnecessary surgeries. The list is long, but after careful research I’ve narrowed the top 10 best essential oils that can help you the most!
The list is long, but after careful research I’ve narrowed the top 10 best essential oils that can help you the most!
Frequently Asked Questions About Dr. Z’s Essential Oils Club Inner Circle
Q. Is Dr. Z’s Essential Oils Club a MLM or network marketing opportunity?
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Q. What is the purpose of the program?
Q. Will Dr. Z provide medical advice and specific protocols for diseases I have been diagnosed with?
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I’ll teach you all about using these (and dozens more!) in my Essential Oils Club, so be sure to join today!
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We know what it’s like to be sick.Seriously, chronically sick and, between the two of us, we have suffered from chronic pain, leaky gut, eating disorders, cystic acne, depression, and even suicidal thoughts for years. And (thank God) we know what it’s like to recover. And NOT by using conventional medicine either!
In fact, medicine failed us and it literally took more than a decade for us to come up with the natural solutions that were just right for our bodies. Learning about essential oils has been an important part of our healing journey, and we are committed to share our research with the world.
Before we launched our website in 2014, we used to help educate and coach people for free because we could truly empathize with their suffering. All this started back in 2003. It was our joy to serve our friends, family and neighbors.
We never imagined that our essential oil training would take off and reach more than 5 million people every year.
This is why we have devoted to serving the world with as much free content as possible online. This is also why we have kept the price of Dr. Z’s Essential Oils Club as cost-effective as possible. We hope you join our essential oil training, and we look forward to seeing you in our private Members Only Facebook group.
It brings us more joy than you can imagine to see so many people regain control of their health with essential oils, and it is our sincere honor to guide you along your journey toward abundant living!
~ Dr. Z & Mama Z
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