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How Are Essential Oils Different From Herbs & Supplements

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What Are Essential Oils

Essential oils are the heartbeat of the plant kingdom, and are perhaps the most exciting life-giving substance we have in the world today. They represent in plants what blood represents in humankind – life! This heartbeat is the energy that was created to deliver the nutrients into every cell of the body. Defined- essential oils are the subtle, volatile liquids that are distilled from plants, shrubs, flowers, trees, bushes and seeds.

An ancient process, proper distillation of essential oils is a delicate and precise art that has been almost forgotten. The discovery of essential oils in Egyptian tombs has shown us that when properly distilled and stored the shelf life of essential oils lasts for millenia. Science is just now rediscovering the incredible benefits of essential oils, and beginning to acknowledge their value.

More Potent Than Herbs…

Being highly concentrated, essential oils are from 50 to 70 times more therapeutically potent than the herbs or plants they are derived from. Unlike dried herbs that can lose up to 90% of their nutrients and oxygen molecules, essential oils do not. They contain virtually all of the plants beneficial nutrients, oxygenating molecules, amino acid precursors, co-enzyme A factors, trace minerals, enzymes, vitamins, hormones and more. And because they are concentrated, research further shows that essential oils when applied to skin will penetrate every single cell within 20 minutes.

Clinical research shows that essential oils have the highest frequency of any natural substance known to man. When properly distilled the life force of the plant is preserved, and because this life force synergizes so favorably with the human body, it’s no surprise that when used they infuse the body, mind & spirit with their life-giving energy.

Best of all, because of Young Livings SEED-TO-SEAL process one can be assured of their therapeutic properties and that they are safe for home use. This means, depending on the oil, that it’s safe to apply to the skin, ingest, or diffuse the oils into the atmosphere of your home, creating a healthy and pleasant environment.

Nature’s Most Effective Delivery Agent…

Because essential oils contain such high amounts of oxygenating molecules, they act as an effective delivery agent to bring food nutrients THROUGH the cell wall to feed the cell nucleus. Essential oils are known for their ability to “fly” through the thickest cell walls where they have the ability to nourish cells. In fact, essential oils are nature’s most effective catalyst and delivery agent for feeding your body’s several trillion cells.
 
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