Why Are Essential Oils So Effective So Quickly?

Essential Oils And there Effect on Every Cell in your body

Essential Oils are Natural, Effective & Safe but most importantly they work with the body to address issues and root causes on a cellular level. 

Essential Oils can pass through the Cell Membrane. 

We have put together a short video for you to explain this process. 

Oils contain hundreds of different compounds, providing complex and versatile abilities to combat threats without building up resistance. 

Oils work with the body to address issues & root causes on a cellular level. 

What YOU Need to Know About Diluting Essential Oils so you will Never Burn or Injure Yourself With Them!

When to dilute the Essential Oils

Essential Oils have many different usages. Knowing what essential oils should be diluted on sensitive skin (S), what essential oils should always be diluted (D) and what essential are safe to use directly on the skin – Neat (N) – is very important.

Application Methods of Essential Oils

The Safest Ways to Apply Essential Oils

Along with that information, it is also important to know what Oils can be used where. We have put together a list of Application Methods.

All the oils can be used Aromatically (A) this would mean things like smelling them from the bottle, placing them in a diffuser or applying them to a natural diffuser, like jewelry, reed diffuser or other items. Many oils are safe to use Topically (T) on the skin. Then several essential oils can be used internally (I) if the oils are a Therapeutic grade of essential oils.

 ~ SKIN SENSITIVITYAPPLICATION METHODS ~ 
 N – Neat – Can be used topically without dilutionA – Can be used aromatically 
 S – Sensitive – Dilute for young or sensitive skinT – Can be used topically 
 D – Dilute – Always dilute before using TopicallyI – Can be used internally 
Herbs and Essential Oils

We have put together an extensive chart below for your reference. This Video will help describe some of these details. It will also show you how you can easily use this quick reference chart.

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