Essential Oils for Healing

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It is well known among aromatherapy experts, that Essential oils (EO) are very effective in healing says Elizabeth Jones, of the College of Botanical Healing Arts in Santa Cruz, Ca.

Inhaling oils transports the aroma thru the nose to the brain and to the Limbic system which sends it out directly to the nerves; de-stressing and soothing frayed nerves.

 

Mugwort oil is good for poison ivy and poison oak. Chamomile oil helps with other skin rashes. Dilute and mix your EO with a carrier oil like almond, olive or jojoa oil. (5-10 drops per one ounce of carrier oil)

 

A small amount of undiluted Lavender oil will cool sunburn fast. A whiff is also calming and lowers blood pressure!

 

Tea tree, oregano, and eucalyptus oils are all natural antibiotics; they will help eliminate bacteria, virus and fungi naturally! You can use them alone or together, dilute and rub on skin affected.

 

For hayfever or allergies; geranium, lavender and eucalyptus oils put in a diffuser can help your symptoms. You can also mix 5-10 drops with distilled water in a spray bottle to disinfect a room.

 

Peppermint oil is a great pain reliever for sprains, strains or joint pains. You can also use a drop of peppermint essential oil rubbed on your temples to help relieve a headache.

 

References:

www.naturalnews.com

blogs.naturalnews.com

www.healthyhealing.com

Cindy Burrows
Cynthia Burrows, M.T. CWC, Herbalist

Cynthia Burrows, from Austin, Texas, owns Cindy Burrows, Natural Health Consultant; assisting individuals with health issues they would like to change. She will set up a program giving choices of foods, herbs, teas and homeopathic suggestions. Cindy is past owner of Nature’s Healing Herbs, an Herbal, Green Tea, and Tincture product line, and a rare product line of Green Tea Foods. She has certificates for Herbalist at East West School of Herbology, and as Wellness Consultant with the Wellness Forum in Ohio.

Cindy is also a Medical Technologist, with a B.S. degree from Mansfield University in Mansfield Pa., she has been in healthcare for over 30 years. In 2005, she started using a new device founded in Europe, Quantum Biofeedback, “an energy rebalancing of the body”, by using our bodies electricity or frequency waves it can detect stress points in the body, she has added this to her consulting practice. She now has her Certification as a Biofeedback Specialist. She helps her clients by working with the synergy of herbs, food, homeopathy, and aromatherapy within her practice. She is a speaker, writer, and teacher. Cindy has been interviewed on TV; about the benefits of Green Tea and has been on radio about her small business tour to Ecuador.

Cindy has been an herbalist for over 20 years and has spent 6 years learning through the East West School of Herbology with Michael Tierra. She has studied Western, Chinese and Ayurvedic Herbs with a strong emphasis on nutrition. Along with many other continued studies of alternative and complementary medicine. She is a Certified Wellness Consultant, through a special program, The Wellness Forum, which has its nutrition program, now part of the curriculum at Ohio State University, providing educational seminars and workshops designed to impart relevant nutrition information to individuals to take control of their own health. These programs give healthier options and choices that can impact your longevity and quality of life. Cindy has been a speaker to many groups and has conducted many of her own classes on food and healthy life style programs.

Cindy has been involved with a hands-on healing program for the past 4 years and offers energy healing, through donation only, to anyone who needs her services.

She is Co-president of the Austin Herb Society and a member of the American Herbalist Guild. Cynthia has been a board member on many programs in the past including; La Sertoma, Arthritis Foundation, Toastmasters International, National Association of Female Executives, Handicapped Equestrian Learning Program, Entrepreneurs Association, and Austin Integrated Health Care Program.

Cindy also loves nature, animals, reading, blending teas, juices, etc.; likes to hike, and work with plants and, of course, cooking., mostly vegetarian.
Cindy has an adventurous streak.
She has organized and taken tours with business and artists groups to Big Bend, Texas, New Mexico, USA, and Ecuador, South America.

  • SMA63

    Essential oils are an effective and practical choice for your medicine cabinet. Get the best and you won't have to worry about them losing effectiveness or expiring. I have found symptom relief and healing using essential oils. I would love to share more with anyone who is interested