An Introduction to Essential Oils

An Introduction to Essential Oils

The use of Essential oils in alternate medicine is not an obscure or hidden art. Using essential oils is more of an art than a medical treatment because each of these oils is unique and each has to be understood in a personal way. Besides, various combinations of these oils can produce different types of effects and as such, this art is one that takes a lot of effort and dedication, to understand. Commonly used oils are Lavender, Rosemary, Geranium, Peppermint, and so on. However, you should be careful about whether you are using organic and natural oils or synthetic oils. As a rule, it is better to stick to using natural products as they are chemical-free and will not have side-effects.

Essential oils are used in therapies that aim at achieving emotional, spiritual, and certain illnesses related to stress and tension. Headaches, fatigue, stress, muscle pain, anxiety, and depression are few areas in which the role of organic essential oils is seen to be most effective.

Essential oils have been around for thousands of years and have played an integral role in socio-religious ceremonies, healing, and as a sign of auspiciousness. Different oils are used for different purposes. If you are confused which one to use for your needs, you can always go for Lavender which is the most versatile of oils.

Organic Essential oils are used in a number of treatments which include massages, Aromatherapy, and baths. Essential oils are actually highly concentrated plant extracts, and not really oils. They do not contain the fatty substances that are supposed to be there in oils. That is why a large quantity of plant matter can go into making a very small quantity of oil, which is why some essential oils can be very expensive. However, expensive or not, it is important that you choose oils of the best quality in case you want the best results, more the quality, lesser the side-effects. The more nature- oriented you are.

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