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We get questions all the time about which oils to use in certain circumstances. This essential oil properties wheel from doTERRA is a great reference that everyone should have to help with the question, “What oil do I need for….?”
Are you interested in learning more about essential oils but not sure where to start? Or maybe you’ve been using them for a while now, but you’re having trouble explaining to others how and why to use them? Check out some of these great resources to help you further your essential oil education. Continue reading
THE POWER of AROMA- One of the most well-studied areas of aroma research is the effect of smell on EMOTIONS and MOOD.
For example, there is convincing evidence demonstrating that simply inhaling the AROMA of an ESSENTIAL OIL is effective for calming nervous or anxious feelings in a variety of settings.
The SMELL receptors located on the upper surface of the nasal cavity make direct links with the limbic system of the brain, an area that governs the body’s EMOTIONAL responses. Continue reading
Internal use of essential oils involves consuming essential oils in a vegetable capsule or softgel. They are absorbed into the body via the digestive tract. The scientists at doTERRA and others have done research that indicates internal use of essential oils … Continue reading
CPTG Quality Testing The purity of an essential oil is its most important characteristic. An essential oil that isn’t pure means you run the risk of putting germs, heavy metals, or adulterants onto or into your body, which can provoke … Continue reading
Frankincense essential oil is derived from the resinous tears of trees that have been carefully scored, or “bled.” If cared for properly, frankincense trees can produce tears for hundreds of years! After a careful distillation process, the essential oil has … Continue reading
There are a huge number of chemical compounds in plants that can also be found in essential oils, and more are discovered every day as new plant species are evaluated for their medicinal applications. Continue reading
Antibacterial soap is better for you right? Well….the answer to that question is more complication than yes or no.
The FDA recently announced that antibacterial soaps would be removed from shelves over the course of the next year. Does that mean that no soap is antibacterial? Continue reading