Posted on August 01, 2015 by Chad Pegura | 0 comments
Essential Oils are proven to change your life for the better. There is a lot of both scientific and anecdotal evidence that proves that using essential oils can and does improve your mood. While having yet to acquire widespread prominent use in our modern medical system, people all over the world are using essential oils to alter and enhance their environment. There is no denying that people’s attitude and demeanor can and does change when a pleasant aroma is introduced to their surroundings.
Regardless of what you think about the hard science of aromatherapy and the role essential oils play in that, the fact remains that people feel better and react positively when they smell something nice. We may or may not believe that essential oils cure cancer, but what we
do know is that essential oils are all around us already in our everyday lives, including in many foods we eat and cleaning and beauty products we use. They are definitely a fundamental and essential part of the internal structure of our natural environment.
As you surely know, essential oils are all natural, organic compounds that are extracted from plants, roots, bark and flowers. Ordinarily, they do not contain anything that is manufactured artificially in a laboratory or factory. This means that when you diffuse pure essential oils you smell something that originates 100% naturally from our own physical environment. That alone may relax and help assure us that essential oils are certainly healthy and beneficial.
We have seen numerous studies regarding the change and improvement in people’s mindset after the use of essential oils. From terminally ill hospital patients to workers in an office environment, essential oils absolutely can and do make human beings happier regularly. The anti-bacterial and anti-septic component of essential oils is undeniable, as is the calming and relaxing affect of lavender and rosemary or the stimulating elements of peppermint and sweet orange.
These are all good reasons why the next time you entertain guests, take a bath or have a tight deadline at work or school, use a few drops of a citrus or a minty essential oil in your diffuser and see what happens. When you feel sad, stressed or want to harmonize and elevate the spirit of any event or gathering, essential oils can undoubtedly be a big help, make a real change or affect the result. Chances are, you will notice things seem better, less stressful and more bright and comfortable.
No one needs a doctor or a scientist to show them that.