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The Efficacy of Essential Oils

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I have been super encouraged by the recent reading up on numerous articles regarding the scientific efficacy of essential oils. In order to publicly justify my personal insistence of them… Here are 3 of my favorites.

This article shows evidence of OnGuard preventing growth of viral cells causing influenza. OnGuard prevents bacteria + viruses from replicating! This is why I clean my house and my hands and my laundry with it. It’s why I put it on the bottoms of my feet the moment I begin to feel sick.
Protective essential oil attenuates influenza virus infection: an in vitro study in MDCK cells.

University of Kentucky recently published the positive findings of using lavender + chamomile in the neonatal unit – specifically babies who are suffering from drug withdrawal.
Pediatric Experts Find Aromatherapy Effective for Promoting Infant Healing, NAS Recovery

And thirdly, The Atlantic published an article entitled “Essential Oils Might be the New Antibiotics”. With the growing ineffectiveness of antibiotics due to overuse, the strength and spread of “superbugs” are a global health concern and provoking new studies into the use of essential oils. This article is an absolute must-read.
Essential Oils Might Be the New Antibiotics

If you wish to know which oils can support your personal health goals (and those of your family), I am happy help you with that. Just reply to post or send me an e-mail.

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