The power of essential oils
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Essential Oils are made up of the smallest molecules that a plant produces. Taken straight from the earth, essential oils are able to capture the full power of nature and allow someone to bring it into their body and home. The use of essential oils can help combat toxins and give our bodies a gentle and natural solutions for various issues.
The lack of chemicals in essential oils is part of the reason why we, at Innovative Therapy p.c., love them so much. After all, an unadulterated essential oil should only contain the oil(s) that come from plants. By having a natural solution to replace some of the chemicals that you use everyday, you are able to use what nature has already given us in order to live a healthier and happier life. Since your body and the oils are created by the same source they are fully compatible.
If you are thinking that essential oils are complicated, you are not wrong. They have very delicate and intricate properties. However, essential oils are not a complete mystery. Unseen by the naked eye, essential oils hide in the seeds, stems, roots, barks, flowers, needles, and fruits of some of the plants that we see and use every day. Not all plants produce essential oils though. In the plants where essential oils are found, they are treated with a high level of care in order to ensure that the essential oils you bring into your home are pure and natural.
Just as a plant uses essential oils to protect themselves from predators, or attract friends (bird and bees) we too can use the natural properties of essential oils to protect ourselves and promote a healthy body and life.
There are so many use for essential oils. You can use them for skin care, household cleaners, having them help soothe sore muscles, and even helping you feel energized. Each essential oil has its own unique properties and different affects. The possibilities and benefits are truly endless!
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