Historically, essential oils have played a prominent role in everyday life. With more than 200 references to aromatics, incense, and ointments throughout the Bible, essential oils are said to be used for anointing and healing the sick. Today, essential oils are used for aromatherapy, massage therapy, emotional wellness, personal care, nutritional supplements, household solutions, and much more. .

Listed below are six general probabilities possessed by essential oils that you can call upon to create healthy environments in your home, car, or work place and to maintain wellness or bring about healing in your body.  You can call this list a “Six Pack of Possibilities” for essential oils.

  1. Essential oils can destroy harmful fungi, viruses, and bacteria in the air we breathe as well as inside our bodies.  Whilst being deadly to pathogenic microbes, they are harmless and helpful to humans.
  2. Essential oils can act like hormones to keep our organs and bodily functions in balance.  They can even fill in the differences or stimulate our bodies to produce when our bodies to not manufacture the hormones we need.
  3. Essential oils can elevate our bodily frequencies, helping us to stay healthy and immune to disease.  Their vibrations resonate with our tissues in helpful ways according to our wishes and mental directions.
  4. Essential oils are nature’s most powerful antioxidants that cleanse free radicals from our systems.  This helps maintain a state of wellness and can extend our life spans.
  5. Essential oils work in our limbic systems to help clean negative feelings and blocked emotions, thus eliminating the root causes of many diseases and conditions.
  6. Essential oils support and increase our intuitive powers and sharpen our spiritual awareness, which is why religions all over the world, from ancient times to the present, diffuse the aromas of essential oils as incense in their sanctuaries in order to facilitate effective meditation and prayer.

NOTE:  For a more thorough discussion of the scientific basis of essential oils, see The Chemistry of Essential Oils Made Simple by David Stewart, available at www.raindroptraining.com and many other sources.