I am a health care provider before anything else. Since as small child I have been healing in one way or another. Twenty years ago I formalized this training and became a family nurse practitioner. My schooling in traditional medicine was phenomenal and I have used that to support thousands of patients. During this adventure of healthcare I also explored and experienced many complementary therapies. The human body is an incredible system and if working properly has the amazing capacity to support and tackle illness and disease. Unfortunately, traditional medicine so rarely looks to elevate our bodies but instead forces change and suppress our natural chemistry. The beautiful thing about Eastern modalities is its belief in the power within and works to restore normal balance and encourage optimal health.
Between my husband and I we have a combined 50+ year in traditional medicine and have spent the past 4 years researching the benefits and uses of essential oils (EO). In short... we are convinced! Based in science, these pure extracts from nature, work to restore and replenish your body without synthetics, toxins, or fillers. We have both been blown away by the mental and physical benefits of these oils and I urge you to learn more.
EO's may be used for multiple conditions including: joint pain, depression, anxiety, gut health, sleep disturbances, cell restoration, indigestion, allergies, headaches... the list goes on and on!
Physical and emotional wellness is a journey and certainly not fixed by a pill or an oil. It takes commitment and understanding as well as a community to educate you through this process of health.
If you would like to learn more about essential oils I would love to work with you. It is very important to use essential oils that are of therapeutic grade and contain no fillers or synthetics. Not all oils are created equal!
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If research is your friend, here are some great resources to get you started:
Essential Oils’ Chemical Characterization and Investigation of Some Biological Activities: A Critical Review Wissal Dhifi,1 Sana Bellili,2,3 Sabrine Jazi,2,3 Nada Bahloul,2,3 and Wissem Mnif3,4,*