"The Essentialist's Handbook"
A Beginner's Guide to Essential Oils
From: Sri Budi & Putri PD
RE: Are you looking for natural solutions to support wellness?
Does it seem as if wellness carries a huge price tag at the end of a long list of prescriptions?
Here is the USA, medical insurance is horribly expensive. And for the money you spend - just for basic care - you face frustrating paperwork and insurance qualifications that put off or force you high-cost premiums.
Does this sound like your situation?
Visits to healthcare facilities leave you wondering about the value. Doctors and staff are harried with too heavy a workload. Mistakes are frequent. Crazy infections and side effects. Billing reps who send you continually pass you from one office to another. All too often, these experiences are the comfort and reward you get for seeking modern medicine.
Does it all just feel wrong?
Sure, if you break a bone or have a heart attack, you should head to the nearest hospital or medical treatment facility as quickly as possible.
Medical marvels, science and technology have extended the life expectancy of man to more than double what it was in the Middle Ages. For certain procedures, operations and treatments, there is no better solution than modern medicine.
But there are other viable alternatives to health care you can perform with basic guidance.
What we consider modern medicine did not get started until the 19th century. But human beings have needed to treat mental and physical conditions since the beginning of human history.
What did people do when their child was coughing, their back ached, they developed a fever, suffered minor cuts or bruises or experienced mental problems?
They turned to nature.
And you can too, as an effective health management tool in the comfort and privacy of your own home.
Essential Oils – Nature's Own Wellness Recipe –
The practice of using herbs, plants, trees and flowers as medicine is as old as human history itself. In Southeast Asia certain herbs and plants have been used for more than 6,000 years to treat mental and physical conditions.
Chinese herbal remedies treat the whole body to maintain a healthy balance of life. This practice goes back thousands of years.
The ancient Greeks used herbs for medicinal purposes. Egyptian history shows the use of chamomile, lavender and thyme for mummification so that the deceased could pass on to the next life with optimal health. The Egyptians also used those herbs and others as medicines.
Bark, seeds, flowers, leaves and stems have been used to draw out the "essence" of a plant, herb or tree for centuries. However, you might be thinking, “That is great, but …”
"… What Can I Treat with Essential Oils?"
You may already be familiar with on essential oil, tea tree oil or Melaleuca. This powerful oil promotes a healthy immune system, soothes minor skin irritations and promotes a clear, healthy complexion.
Here is another versatile essential oil - lavender oil.
The versatile lavender essential oil is a "whole body" oil benefiting literally dozens of mental and physical conditions. It is used for...
- calming and relaxing qualities
- soothing occasional skin irritations
- supporting skin rejuvenation and healing
- easing muscle tension
Lemongrass oil is excellent for purifying and toning the skin. Heightening awareness, and supporting digestion.
And these are just a few of the oils available for health and wellness.
Modern practitioners have access to over 100 essential oils and blends using them every day to support a natural, healthy lifestyle for family and pets.
And you can join them as you learn how to safely use essential oils when you claim your copy of "The Essentialist's Handbook – A Beginners Guide to Essential Oils".
This informational guide to essential oils answers questions you have concerning this safe and natural wellness resource...
- You will find out exactly why many people turn to essential oils in the first place.
- Understand that certain essential oils can support the human body's natural healing systems without depending on prescription drugs drugs and their harmful side effects. (Chapter 2)
- An introduction to over 40 of the leading essential oils and discover exactly the health systems they support. (TIP: Chapter 7 alone contain information which could very literally and positively change your standard of living, naturally and inexpensively.)
- How are essential oils extracted?
- Do you wonder exactly where essential oils come from? Turn to Chapter 1 for that answer.
- How to blend essential oils? (Chapter 6)
- You will find out how simple it is to use essential oils. (Chapter 3)
- Turn to Chapter 8 to learn how extremely tiny, diluted amounts of essential oils deliver the following properties ...
- Antidepressant and more ...
Modern medicine can be life-changing. For life-threatening situations and other instances, turning to your doctor makes the most sense.
But for immediate in-home treatment of so many common, daily conditions, illnesses, mental worries and physical problems, natural essential oils deliver an extremely long shelf life for safe, fast treatment of you and your family.
>>> And do it using gifts from the Mother Nature...
Achieving wellness one drop at a time...
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