WHAT ARE ESSENTIAL OILS?
Essential oils are the essence of a plant, a gift from the earth, distilled and prepared for you to bring the power of nature into your home. Inside many plants - hidden in roots, seeds, flowers, bark - are concentrated, highly potent chemical compounds. These natural compounds are essential oils and they are responsible for all sorts of
biological activities in our bodies. They are known to protect against environmental threats, soothe the body, and even calm the mind.
HOW DO ESSENTIALS OILS WORK?
Everything is chemistry. Every cell, organ, and tissue in the body performs its function using enzymes, receptors, and other proteins, which work together to break down, build up, and rearrange the chemical bonds which make up our cells. Essential oils also operate under the principles of chemistry. The unique chemical makeup of each essential oil is what gives them the ability to affect the body’s systems. Essential oils are able to easily pass through the cell membrane and directly impact the body's cellular processes that keep us alive.
USE ESSENTIAL OILS TO TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE
So many of the products we use in our day-to-day lives are filled with synthetic chemicals and drugs. These unnatural products all have toxic side effects which negatively impact not just our physical health but can even negatively influence the way we think, feel, and live. Pure essential oils offer an alternative to synthetic products. Each with a unique chemical makeup, essential oils have dozens of benefits for the body and mind. Essential oil benefits are determined by the chemistry of the plants. If these natural chemicals are properly extracted, they can be used to help you physically, mentally, and emotionally in your daily life.
ESSENTIAL OIL USES AND BENEFITS
Do you feel like you've started to hear a lot about essential oils in the last few years? While you might think essential oils are a new, hip trend, plant extracts and plant-based products are deeply rooted in the traditions of the past. Essential oils have been used by ancient civilisations across the globe for aromatherapy, personal care, healthcare practices, religious ceremonies, beauty treatments and food preparation