Reprinted from EndlessBeauty.com
Help your body heal with powerful essential oils
No one knows your body like you. Body, mind, and spirit are connected, so they need to be treated as one. Authentic healing is only accomplished when all three are addressed, and the core issue is discovered.
Enter the healing power of Essential Oils.
Essential oils are volatile liquids distilled from plant parts. When used medicinally, the plant material should be free of pesticides, herbicides, and other agrochemicals. Essential oils contain chemical compounds that lend important therapeutic properties to the oil.
Plant-derived essential oil and human blood both fight infection, contain hormone-like compounds, and initiate regeneration. Essential oils possess potent antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. They have a chemical structure similar to human cells, making them compatible with human protein. By penetrating cell membranes, they diffuse throughout the blood and tissues. Applied topically, essential oils travel throughout the body in minutes.
Essential oils don’t disturb the body’s natural balance: if one constituent exerts too strong an effect, another constituent may block or counteract it. Synthetic chemicals, however, usually disrupt the body’s homeostasis.
Essential oils are natural oxygenators and chelators that balance the body’s PH. They raise the body’s electro-magnetic vibration to heal.
Elizabeth Bloom, founder of Elizabeth Essentials, put together a Wellness Treatment Program using several of her essential oil blends and seven essential oils to boost the immune system and balance the body’s bacteria, viruses, and fungus. Elizabeth Essentials are a great addition to any Wellness Program; if used at least once monthly, they will enhance the immune system and promote optimal health.
Blends used in Wellness Treatment
1. ImmuAir—kills airborne viruses, bacteria and fungus in the air. It is sprayed in each room before/after every client to keep rooms clean.
2. Serene—sprayed on the face and neck of clients. The blend of 21 essential oils calms the mind and balances the body/spirit. It alleviates anxiety, depression, insomnia, grief, and other forms of emotional distress, and also benefits children and animals.
3. ImmuShield—a blend of eight essential oils formulated to boost the immune system and balance bodily bacteria, viruses, and fungus.
4. Rapid Relief—a blend of nine essential oils formulated to reduce inflammation and pain by increasing circulation to speed up the healing process. Rapid Relief relieves headaches, backaches, joint pain, allergies, asthma, arthritis, bursitis, carpal tunnel, etc.
Wellness Treatment Individual Oils Information
OREGANO—A general tonic and immune stimulant, Oregano essential oil acts against a broad spectrum of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. It benefits intestinal diseases, genitals, blood, and the respiratory, nervous, and lymphatic systems.
THYME—Thyme is highly antimicrobial, antifungal, and antiviral. It helps restore energy and overcome fatigue during illness recovery.
BASIL—a powerful astringent and antispasmodic that relaxes both striated and smooth muscles. It benefits mental fatigue, nervous insomnia, anxiety, spasmodic cough, migraine, gout, and menstrual periods.
MARJORAM—helps to relieve anxiety, shock, nerves, and tension headaches. A natural muscle relaxant, Marjoram soothes muscles, improves circulation, and regulates blood pressure. It is beneficial for aches, bruises, spasms, sprains, arthritis, and rheumatism.
BIRCH—A natural anti-inflammatory and pain reliever, Birch reduces bone, muscle, and joint discomfort. It helps to ease pain from arthritis, tendonitis, and bursitis.
ROSEMARY—Rosemary is an astringent, stimulant, and diuretic. It reduces water retention, increases circulation, and acts as a decongestant for the liver and gall bladder.
PEPPERMINT—Peppermint is one of the oldest, most highly regarded herbs for soothing the digestive system. This anti-inflammatory cools the body and aids general fatigue, sluggish digestion, flatulence, liver complaints, migraines, parasites, and expectorations.
Preferably, bathing should be delayed several hours after treatment. If a severe infection is present, this treatment can be repeated once to twice per week until symptoms abate. If used preventatively, once to twice per month is sufficient, depending on the person’s general health.
Your practitioner is qualified to assist you with the essential oils you might need for follow up treatment.