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Discover Relieving Ways To Fortify With Rosemary Antioxidant CO2 Extract

HISTORY OF ROSEMARY ANTIOXIDANT USAGE AROUND THE WORLD Rosemary Antioxidant (CO2 Extract), sometimes referred to as Rosemary Oil Extract, is derived from the leaves of the Rosmarinus officinalis – “Rosemary” – botanical through carbon dioxide extraction. This ingredient is a pure antioxidant additive that retains Rosemary’s characteristic odor. It is commonly added to carrier oils or essential oils to further enhance and preserve their

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Essential Oils A Natural Substance

For over several thousands of years, humans have been employing essential oils for therapeutic purposes as well as sustaining good health. In effect, the ancient Egyptians extensively used essential oils. Currently, essential oils are used extensively in lotions meant for external use, aromatherapy, comforting baths and in a great assortment of herbal medications. Any attempt to define essential oils accurately as well

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Can You Ingest Essential Oils?

Taking essential oils orally can cause health problems. Learn the safety requirements of ingesting these concentrated plant extracts. I see it frequently in social media images: Just add X drops of Y essential oil to a tall glass of water and drink. I see it on advice columns with lines such as “boost your health” or “prevent cancer.” Unfortunately, taking

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PROBLEMS WITH USING ESSENTIAL OILS LIKE DRUGS

The rise in “makeover your medicine cabinet” approaches to using essential oils presents three key problems: It is the least effective way to therapeutically use essential oils. It does not address the root problem. It is illegal in the United States. To best understand the problems we must first look at how this all got started… A Brief History of

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PROBLEMS WITH SELLING ESSENTIAL OILS LIKE DRUGS

This article is focusing on the problems with selling essential oils like drugs. Some of the key problems are: Essential oils aren’t approved as drugs in the United States. A prescription is required by a medical professional licensed to prescribe medicine in his/her State. A license to practice as a pharmacist and control a pharmacy is required. To first understand

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Anise {Pimpinella anisum}

Also, Known As: Anise Aniseed Anise Plant Common Anise Hua-hsian Sweet Cumin In the ancient Chinese as well as the traditional Indian or Ayurvedic system of medicine, the herbal remedy anise has assumed a very popular stature and its utilization in various herbal medications is seen in both systems for many centuries now. The most commonly known type of anise

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Jasmine {Jasminum spp.}

ALSO, KNOWN AS: Catalonian Jasmine Common Jasmine Common White Jasmine Italian Jasmine Jasmin Jasmine Flos Jessamine Mo Li Hua Pikake Poet’s Jasmine Royal Jasmine Spanish Jasmine Yasmin Jasmine belongs to the olive family, also known as Oleaceae. This shrub and vine genus comprises about 200 species that are indigenous to the warm temperate and tropical regions of Asia, Europe, and

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Orange Essential Oil May Improve Symptoms of PTSD…

Post-traumatic stress disorder affects around 8 million adults in the United States, but treatments for the condition are still limited. Orange essential oil may offer a nonpharmaceutical option to help reduce the stress and fear associated with the disorder, suggests research carried out by scientists at George Washington University. Early indications show that orange essential plant oil could help to

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What Are The Health Benefits of Thyme?

Thyme is a herb with culinary, medicinal and ornamental uses. The flowers, leaves, and oil of thyme have been used to treat bedwetting, diarrhea, stomach ache, arthritis, colic, sore throat, cough, including whooping cough, bronchitis, flatulence, and as a diuretic, to increase urination. Thyme is of the genus Thymus. The most common type is Thymus vulgaris. It is native to the Mediterranean.

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