Incorporating Oils In Your Life

An essential oil is a volatile organic compound often derived by steam distillation of plant matter. Aromatherapy—using essential oils for a wide array of healing properties—is fast becoming the alternative healing modality of choice. By getting started with a few simple essential oils like lavender, lemon, peppermint, tea tree oil (melaleuca) and frankincense, you'll be able to balance your moods, treat skin issues, and combat a variety of seasonal ailments that may come your way.

Essential oils have been around for over 5,000 years, throughout many cultures. They can be used in homemade cleaning products, natural beauty products, for relaxation, and as a holistic healing method. Would you like to have a few of the most useful essential oils on hand so you can take charge of your own health? Below you'll find four of the most popular ways to incorporate essential oils in your home health routine.

To increase readability, the articles on our site are paginated. Use the buttons located below each article in order to read the entire article. The "Next" and "Previous" buttons will allow you to navigate from one page to the next.













Jerry Murphy

Jerry Murphy is a resident of Atlanta, Georgia and is a former nurse. After discovering the healing powers of essential oils many years ago, Jerry began suggesting them to his patients - to their deep gratitude. Some of Jerry's interests include oceanography, Ancient Rome, and vinyl record collecting.

LEAVE A REPLY