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How To Use Essential Oils

Natural Home Remedies for Constipation September 22 2014

Constipation is a very common (and very embarrassing) medical problem. Frequent difficulty in this function can cause a host of potential health problems, as waste held too long within the body can act as a sort of internal poison, re-circulating toxins throughout the body that should have otherwise been eliminated.   Essential oils can be very effective in treating mild, moderate and even chronic constipation. The idea is to help...

Rosemary Oil: Using rosemary oil for kidney infection August 06 2014

If you’ve ever had one, you know that a kidney infection is agonizingly painful. This type of infection usually starts with an infection of the urethra or bladder (in the form of a UTI, urinary tract infection). The kidneys then become inflamed if the infection travels all the way up to reach them. Because the kidneys play such an important role in eliminating waste from the body and blood, an...

Rosemary Oil: Using rosemary oil for diabetes July 09 2014

Diabetes is most significantly characterized by the body’s overproduction of blood sugar and the inhability of the pancreas to properly breakdown sugar (glucose) within the blood. Common symptoms include: hunger, thirst, excessive urination, fatigue, dehydration and drastic weight loss/gain. If diabetes goes untreated or is poorly controlled, a person can suffer from further complications, such as: heart disease, stroke, and neuropathy, poor circulation leading to loss of limbs, hearing impairment,...

Rosemary Oil: Using rosemary oil for hair loss June 16 2014

While hair loss is most common later on in life, people in their 20’s (most commonly men) can start to experience a degeneration of hair follicles. Sometimes this is genetic, while other cases have to do more with stress, diet and, inadequate supplementation. Hair loss can be frustrating, embarrassing, and downright confusing. Rosemary oil (rosmarinus officinalis) has wonderful anti-inflammatory properties that, when used on a regular basis, can help to...

Rosemary Oil: Using rosemary oil for cellulite June 02 2014

Cellulite is the dimpled appearance of skin caused by fat beneath the surface. The causes of cellulite aren’t completely certain, but it is most commonly thought to be the result of diet, hormones, genetics, lifestyle factors, and even clothing (ie. too tight underwear that limits blood flow.)   Rosemary oil (Rosmarinus officinalis) has wonderful anti-inflammatory properties that, when used on a regular basis, can help to increase circulation within in...

Rosemary Oil: Using rosemary oil for detoxification May 20 2014

In recent years, the concept of detoxification has gained a serious following. Taking into consideration many modern environmental factors (pesticides, air pollution, questionable food sources, among others), the body may certainly need help from time to time. There are many ways to detox, and rosemary oil can help the body in doing so.   Rosemary essential oil is thought to impact circulation of the digestive tract and other body systems,...

Rosemary Oil: Using rosemary oil for headaches April 22 2014

Headaches come in many forms and range in severity. They include those from dehydration, fatigue and tension, and also include more serious migraines and cluster headaches. Rosemary oil works well for various types of headaches because of its analgesic properties. It also contains nervine, a substance that strengthens, calms, and soothes. It’s important to note that rosemary oil is only able to serve its anti-inflammatory and analgesic purpose when applied...

Rosemary Oil: Using rosemary oil for constipation April 08 2014

Millions of people worldwide suffer from constipation, a condition characterized by a difficulty passing stools or the frequent passage of hard, dry stools. Ideally, a person will pass at least one stool a day, and in some cases, may go up to 3 times. Even occasional constipation can contribute to a whole host of other health problems, as waste held too long within the body can act as a “poison”...

Rosemary Oil: Using rosemary oil for low blood pressure March 25 2014

Blood pressure refers to the force of your blood against the arteries as the heart pumps it through the body. Low blood pressure, or hypotension, occurs when occurs when blood pressure is much lower than the “standard” 120/80. If there are no symptoms indicating problems, having blood pressure below the normal 120/80 is not typically concerning, unless there are additional symptoms (in which case, hypotension is the diagnosis). These symptoms...

Rosemary Oil: Using rosemary oil for greasy/oily hair March 19 2014

Rosemary oil has antibacterial properties, which makes it a great option for anyone with scalp issues. Greasy hair is very common, and although it may seem like the hair needs to be washed with more frequency, it may be more of an issue of an imbalance within the scalp.   Rosemary oil acts as an astringent and will help regulate or decrease oily secretions of the hair follicles. Over time,...

Rosemary Oil: Using rosemary oil for inflammation March 10 2014

Recent studies have shown rosemary oil to have wonderful anti-inflammatory properties, and it’s slowly been gaining momentum in the world of essential oils. Unlike many other essential oils that can provide benefits through inhalation, rosemary oil is only able to serve it’s anti-inflammatory purpose when applied topically or ingested.   How to soothe inflammation with rosemary oil:   Add 1-3 drops of rosemary oil to a glass of warm water...
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