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Essential Oils: The Missing Link in Modern Medicine

"PLANTS not only play a VITAL role in the ECOLOGICAL BALANCE 

of our PLANET, but they have also been intimately linked to the PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL, and SPIRITUAL WELLBEING

of people since the beginning of time.

As the most powerful part of the plant, ESSENTIAL OILS and plant EXTRACTS have been woven into history since time immemorial. Essential oils have been used MEDICINALLY to kill BACTERIA, FUNGI, and VIRUSES. They provide exquisite fragrances to BALANCE MOOD, LIFT SPIRITS, dispel negative emotions, and create a ROMANTIC ATMOSPHERE.They can STIMULATE the regeneration of tissue or stimulate NERVES.They can even ACT to oxygenate and carry nutrients into the CELLS. 

ESSENTIAL OILS may assume an increasingly IMPORTANT role in combating NEW MUTATIONS of bacteria, viruses, and fungi. More and more RESEARCHES are undertaking serious CLINICAL STUDIES on the use of essential oils to COMBAT these types of DISEASES. 

The research conducted at Weber State University as other documented research indicates that most viruses, fungi, and bacteria cannot live in the presents of many essential oils, especially those high in phenols, carvacrol, thymol, and terpenes. This, perhaps, offers a modern explanation of why the Old Testament prophet Moses used AROMATIC SUBSTANCES to PROTECT the Israelites from the PLAQUES that decimated the ancient Egyptians. It may help to understand why a notorious group of thieves, reputed to be spice traders and perfumers, was protected from the Black Plague as they robbed the bodies of the dead during the 15th century. 

Throughout world history, fragrant oils and spices have played a prominent role in everyday life. One of the Dead Sea Scrolls on display in Israel at the Shrine of the Book Museum contains this intriguing phrase: “AND HE WILL KNOW HIS CHILDREN


Life Science Publishing (2016), "Essential Oils Desk Reference Special First Edition Hardcover".

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November, 2019

Therapeutic Potential of α- and β-Pinene: A Miracle Gift of Nature

α- and β-pinene are well-known representatives of the monoterpenes group, and are found in many plants’ essential oils. they are primary chemical constituents of Rosemary, Frankincense, Cypress, Juniper and Helichrysum essential oils. A wide range of pharmacological activities have been reported, including antibiotic resistance modulation, anticoagulant,antitumor,antimicrobial,antimalarial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-Leishmania, and analgesic effects.

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June, 2019

Essential Oils as Antimicrobial Agents—Myth or Real Alternative?

Herbs and essential oils (EOs) have been used in medicine because of their biological properties, such as larvicidal action, analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, antioxidant, fungicide, and antitumor activities, and many more. Many EOs exhibit antimicrobial properties, which is extremely important in the fields of science and industry. According to available papers and patents, EOs seem to be a potential alternative to synthetic compounds, especially because of the resistance that has been increasingly developed by pathogenic microorganisms.  

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March, 2016

Effect of Inhalation of Aromatherapy Oil on Patients with Perennial Allergic Rhinitis.

This study aimed to investigate the effects of aromatherapy oil inhalation on symptoms, quality of life, sleep quality, and fatigue level among adults with perennial allergic rhinitis (PAR). The research indicates that inhalation of certain aromatherapy oil helps relieve PAR symptoms, improve rhinitis-specific quality of life, and reduce fatigue in patients with PAR.

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August, 2015

Essential oils used in aromatherapy: A systemic review

Aromatherapy regulates the physiological, spiritual and psychological upliftment for the new phase of life. This therapy is not only preventive but also can be used in the acute and chronic stages of the disease.
This type of therapy utilizes various permutation and combinations to get relief from numerous ailments like depression, indigestion, headache, insomnia, muscular pain, respiratory problems, skin ailments, swollen joints, urine associated complications et

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June, 2019

Role of essential oils in food safety: Antimicrobial and antioxidant application

The major compounds of Essential oils(EOs) represent potential antioxidant, antimicrobial and antifungal activities through various mechanisms. Different types of EOs such as tea tree oil, lemon oil, clove oil, cinnamon oil and thyme oil from various traditional plants, have significantly showed better antimicrobial and antioxidant activities, and also effectively increased the shelf lives and increased the quality of food safety. 

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September, 2017

Cardiovascular Activity of the Chemical Constituents of Essential Oils

Cardiovascular diseases are a leading cause of death in developed and developing countries and decrease the quality of life, which has enormous social and economic consequences for the population. Recent studies on essential oils have attracted attention and encouraged continued research of this group of natural products because of their effects on the cardiovascular system

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