A Powerful, Secret Ingredient for Greater Success

Feb 06

A Powerful, Secret Ingredient for Greater Success

As you know, I’m always curious about things, and love to explore new ideas.

One of my latest ones is Aromatherapy

Did you know that pure essential oils can clean the receptor sites of cells, enabling them to better access the nutrition they need to function well? Did you know they can also repair damaged cells? Even more amazing, they can also repair damaged DNA.

The essential oils of aromatherapy are extracted from aromatic plants and herbs-from the flower, bark, root, twig, seed, berry, rhizome, or leaves-generally through a process of steam distillation. These oils may be inhaled or massaged into the skin, after combining with a vegetable, nut or seed oil.

The olfactory bulb is part of your brain’s limbic system, which is not under conscious control. The limbic system controls digestion, libido, and emotions.

So, it’s not your imagination that scents evoke emotion. Aromas actually trigger the release of chemicals in the brain that create a feeling of well-being. Scientists say your body’s response to an aroma takes just four seconds.

I’ve been doing a lot of reading about this, and plan on sharing some of what I’m learning. What’s amazing is that Aromatherapy can not only deal with physical healing, but emotional healing as well.

One of the books I’ve been reading is this one: Heal With Oil: How to Use the Essential Oils of Ancient Scripture by Rebecca Park Totilo. It’s short, easy to understand, and gives an interesting introduction to the oils of ancient scripture.

Check it out! Tell me what you think!

If you’ve used essential oils and have some stories to share, share them below! I’d be interested in hearing about them.

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