It’s “another day, another study” at this point. There are currently over 35,000 essential oil papers on PubMed – that’s up from 23,000 a couple of years ago and is one of the many publications that share current scientific research papers and study findings.

It’s “another day, another study” at this point. There are currently over 35,000 essential oil papers on PubMed – that’s up from 23,000 a couple of years ago and is one of the many publications that share current scientific research papers and study findings.

If you’re up against pretty much anything that’s holding you below the wellness line, chances are very high that there’s an essential oil that can support you, and your best course of action is to talk to a qualified aromatherapist about your options.

Someone who knows their stuff will know what’s tried and true, what’s emerging with promise and what could benefit in ways well beyond the issue at hand.

Here are 3 of the most exciting new studies everyone should know about.

A study released this month found that Navel orange peel essential oil inhibits the growth and progression of triple negative breast cancer.

Patients admitted to the COVID-19 service of the Batman Training and Research Hospital were included in a trial of thyme essential oil aromatherapy support. Patients in the experimental group inhaled thyme oil 3 times a day during 5 days and the oil was found to be effective in relieving symptoms of shortness of breath, dizziness, secretion, diarrhea, weakness, loss of appetite, cough, headache and muscle joint pain. Accordingly, thyme oil is recommended as non-pharmacological treatment method in COVID-19 patients.

Another study determined that hand massage using baby oil with lavender effectively reduced pain and anxiety in women who were undergoing brachytherapy.

Hand massage is a noninvasive, safe, and affordable practice and could benefit people who are experiencing all types of pain. Add lavender to the mix and you’ve got one of the most beautifully calming practices on the planet… and it’s something we can all do with our loved ones.

Inhaling essential oils is far and away one of the easiest and safest ways to enjoy the benefits of oils. You don’t need to do a skin patch test or dilute and if you don’t love the scent, you can remove it immediately unlike if you’ve applied it topically. You’ll know pretty quickly if an inhaled essential oil is helping you or not.

And of course, I’m not going to tell you how to incorporate essential oils into a cancer treatment plan, but if I was facing that battle, essential oils would absolutely make their way into the mix of things we’d be doing to fight it. And it’s not just orange that’s shown promise in this area.

You don’t have to just choose one way. You don’t have to stick with something that isn’t working. You can do your own research, ask questions and look in unconventional places for answers.

Essential oil benefits aren’t all in the head. They’re not woo woo or magic potions.

Just incredible plant extracts with profound impacts that we’re only just beginning to discover.

Grab a starter bundle HERE and see what they can do for your family.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/38877505/
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/38129231/
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/38036371/

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