Essential Oils Helping With Illnesses?
Essential Oils helping with illnesses?
Aromatherepist Says Essential Oils Can Help With Flu Recovery
Young and ambitious Colombian entrepreneur Ingrid is a self-taught expert in a field of aromatherapy. She uses her writer’s skills to tell us about essential oils, mindfulness and health related issues. She is an environmental activist who supports and promotes the idea of recycling and reusing.
Hello Ingrid, can you please introduce essential oils to our audience? What are they for? Can they heal a cold or a flu for example? How it works from a biological point of view?
How they are being processed from a plant? How long does it take to make an oil from the plant to the bottle? What part of the plant is used for the production?
I think the real deal here is science. Many people won't believe essential oils and their benefits because they feel it's pseudo-science. Are there studies suggesting it really works?
Scientists have been interested in studying certain plants more than others. For example, we can find more than 600 published studies about Lavender Essential Oil and its main components Linalool and Lynayl Acetate. Whereas we can only find about 100 for Frankincense Essential Oil. Maybe that’s why many people are skeptical about using Essential Oils, because we don’t have access to this information.
Mainstream media and government policies will always focus on the synthetic drugs for illness and ailments, an they invest millions on its investigation and improvement, but very little is allocated towards natural options. That’s why the mission of Essential Oil Experts and Aromatherapists is so important. Good pure Essential Oils do work, and once people start incorporating them they see that it really isn’t just a hype. Educating people and help them find solutions for their problems is the reason why so many people venture into this world of Essential Oils.
4. Where you can buy essential oils? Are they expensive? How can we know if the oil is a good quality?
Second, always research if the brand has a website displaying all the pertinent information such as sourcing, farming practices, production facilities, and third party quality testing with at least 7 types of tests.
5. Do people need a diffuser in order to use the oils? How else do you recommend using them?
Thank you so much for an interview, Ingrid! What do you think? Do you have an experience with essential oils? Would you try it after reading this interview?
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