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I would like to start with a brief explain of essential oils and the role they’ve played throughout our history. 

I had no idea that essential oils had more than just a few uses over the last 7000 years.

There’s a great deal of evidence that early civilizations were just as concerned with cleanliness' as we are today.

The earliest recorded recipes for body deodorant come from the Papyrus Ebers of 1500 B.C.

The Egyptian priests used aromatic substances not only for embalming their pharaohs but also in their role as "psychiatrist" for treatingmanias, depression, and nervousness.

Much evidence suggest that they were already in use for a thousand years or more and came from China and India long before the pharaohs used them.

There are at present about three hundred essential oils, which between them constitute an extremely effective medical system.Many of these are the active ingredient in drugs prescribed by the orthodox Western system of medicine are the inspiration for chemical copies. If you look up the active ingredient in medicines, household products, dog meds, shampoos, toothpaste, you will find that the active ingredient is an essential oil.

It is very rare today to see much more than .5 % to 2% of essential oil, the rest are inactive ingredients; which really means the cheapest, easiest way to make a little go a LONG WAY.

Even if it means that it will not work very well or worse it works just well enough that you have to keep using it over and over until your bodies are filled with chemicals,

(The inactive ingredients) that have been proven to cause:

Cancers, Alzheimer's, Birth Defects, Kidney Failure,

Heart Disease, just to name a few.

Now if you take those same oils and put them to use the way they were meant to be used, they can heal you, your pets, your plants,

gardens and much more!

Essential oils are the high-grade fuel of plants.

By using essential oils correctly, we ingest the best that Mother Nature has to offer.

Scientific research has revealed that on average, each essential oil contains over one hundred components. Some of these being: terpenes, alcohols, esters, aldehyde, ketone, and phenols, to name a few, which are the building blocks of the human body. From the smallest enzyme to the skeleton.

One of the groups of chemicals found are; Terpinols which are formed from acetyl-co enzyme which play a crucial role in production of hormones, vitamins and energy.

Essential oils are noninvasive, non-toxic and stimulate the body's own natural healing mechanisms.

They have a positive effect on blood circulation and health issues, both mental and physical.

They can relax you, or help you attain energy.

They help with colds and foot problems, hair, nails, stomach conditions and headaches.

The list is way too long to type out, the bottom line is;

Plants in general are chemical factories, they inhabit the interface between light and dark, sun and earth. They draw energy from each, and synthesize these into molecules of carbohydrates, proteins and fats.

In short, it’s been proven repeatedly, essential oils have been healing diseases and illnesses since the very beginning of time.

Now I know this is very dry reading, and would be drier if I explained all the major and minor details of the scientific and medical terms, but if you are interested in further information, feel free to contact me at:

The information on this website has not been evaluated

by the Food & Drug Administration or any other medical body.

We do not aim to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any illness or disease. Information is shared for educational purposes only. You must consult your doctor before acting on any content on this website, especially if you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition.

To those of you who love to read, and want more information,

Here's some great references books;

Double click links to buy these books

Reference Guide for Essential Oils;

By Connie and Alan Higley

Culpeper's Complete Herbal;

Essentials. Desforges,Girardot,1931.

The Pot Book, A Complete Guide To Cannabis;

Edited By Julie Holland, M.D.

The Complete Aromatherapy and Essential Oils Handbook for Everyday Wellness

The Emperor Wears No Clothes;

Written By; Jack Herer 

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