Thursday, November 20, 2008

What Are Essential Oils?

Essential oils are the regenerating, oxygenating, and immune defense properties of plants. Essential oils contain the oxygen molecules that transport nutrients to the cells of the body. We need our cells to be healthy. Disease occurs when cells lack oxygen. I was taught that we want our cells to be big like grapes full of nutrients. We don't want our cells to be like a little raisin lacking nutrients. Essential oils contain oxygen molecules that transport nutrients directly to starving cells. They are extracted from a single botanical source, 70x more concentrated than what is found in plant form. Essential oils are taken from leaves, bark, peel, flowers, etc.
The use of essential oils has a long and rich history. The bible mentions 33 species of essential oils and makes more that 1,000 mentions of their uses. Some of the uses for essential oils are maintaining wellness, acquiring healing, enhancing spiritual worship, emotional cleansing and more. Essential oils can be a healthy alternative to gain your optimal health.

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