Posted on October 27, 2014 by Chad Pegura | 0 comments
In this very tumultuous and unpredictable modern world, things can change quickly, situations are fluid and outcomes dynamic. With so much uncertainty, it is imperative we do everything in our power to protect ourselves and those close to us.
Remarkably, there are various low cost ways to ward off disease, bolster our defenses and intercept incoming danger before it has had the chance to impact our lives.
In addition to maintaining a high level of personal hygiene, such as washing hands after coming in contact with the outside or covering ones nose and mouth with a disposable mask, utilizing the natural antiseptic and anti-microbial functions of essential oils is also a great way to help preserve health and strengthen our immune systems.
It is a proven fact that nature itself contains powerful internal weapons against sickness and disease. Many people are starting to realize that the cheapest and most effective method to block incoming pathogens and bolster our resistance to bacteria is to employ the naturally occurring medicines found in the essential oils contained deep within a large number of beneficial plants and trees.
Applying diluted directly to the skin or breathing into the lungs micro-particles dispersed into the air by a specialty aromatherapy diffuser are excellent ways to act preemptively against the vectors of unwanted pathogens and other unhealthy toxins and pollutants.
Using tea tree, eucalyptus, citronella or rosemary, not to mention cinnamon, citrus and mint-based essential oils, can create an environment of fitness and well-being in addition to curbing the proliferation of bacteria and other undesirable elements.
Confronted with unprecedented threats, it is important to take every single precaution to safeguard our health, wealth and the ones we love! Simple, easy and inexpensive, essential oils can often supplement and strengthen the benefits of a strict regimen of exercise, a balanced diet and sufficient rest.
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