Your Guide to What They Do and How to Use Them
Of recent there has been increased interest in the possibilities of using essential oils. This interest has coincided with the belief that there have to be alternatives to the dominant medication approach which has been used by healthcare professionals as the go-to solution for any ailments.
Essential oils are also perceived to be part of a wider campaign of health promotion and preventative measures which keep people away from hospitals. So what is an essential oil? Perhaps the easiest way to define it is to consider how the essential oils are made.
First we identify an aroma that is made up of a range of complex and volatile compounds. These are then placed in a hydrophobic liquid which acts as a carrier. The compounds that are used are typically derived from natural plants. Some literature revers to aetherolea which is an extract from a given unit of flora.
If you discover the term “ethereal oil” do not get confused because it is merely a technical way of saying essential oil. The list of plants from which essential oils can be extracted is virtually endless. For example you can get it from a clove of garlic or stem of thyme.
The term “essence” is not just about the utility of the final product but also the production process. In this case you are capturing the essence or core element of a plant and then carrying it to the human body using an intermediary element. The fragrance is very important and the expectation is that it will broadly reflect what the plant smells like in its natural environment.
What You Are Going To Learn
- Whare Are Essential Oils
- The Production Process for Essential Oils
- Therapeutic and Cosmetic Use of Essential Oils
- Anatomy of an Essential Oil
- Safety and Precautions
- And Much More!
Essential Oils: Your Guide to What They Do and How to Use Them
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