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This Is What Happens with Your Lungs When You Diffuse Essential Oils

Asthma is a disease that inflames the walls of passageways that supply air to the lungs. Inflamed airways are sensitive and complicate breathing. Common asthma symptoms include breathing problems, wheezing, coughing, and tightness in the chest. Asthma has no cure. Doctors identify the factors that trigger asthmatic attacks or symptoms in each patient and help them avoid those factors.

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Top 25 Peppermint Oil Uses And Benefits

Peppermint Essential Oil is derived from the famous aromatic herb that has been part of both ancient and modern medical practices as well as the culinary and cosmetics industries. Like many essential oils, peppermint oil has gained popularity worldwide due to its usefulness against numerous skin,

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Chamomile oil is a powerful antibacterial and anticancer remedy

Did you know that essential oils can be used as an effective ant-cancer remedy?

This was the discovery made by Chinese researchers, after studying the healing properties of 10 of the most popular essential oils currently in use today: mint, ginger, lemon, grapefruit, jasmine, lavender,

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Oregano oil inhibits cancer growth, removes warts and more

Oregano is a kitchen staple. It brings a savory warmth to your favorite tomato sauce, and is used in many prized dishes; it’s even used to dress up olive oil. What you may not know, however, is that oregano also has some pretty impressive healing properties.

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Renew Releasing Blend

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Cypress Authentic Oil

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Ravintsara Authentic Oil

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Lime Authentic Oil

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Cedarwood Atlas

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Eucalyptus Essential Oil

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Aromatherapy: What is it

The sense of smell – it’s amazing that you can distinguish between a roast or a cake baking in the oven or even more closely related scents like orange or grapefruit. As you inhale molecules, some make their way to the back of your nose where they find the olfactory epithelium.

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4 Essential Oils You Need in Your Home


We humans have been using aromatic plants for medicinal, religious, and cosmetic purposes as far back as 3500 B.C., when the Egyptians and Mesopotamians perfected the distillation method. The practice spread around the world and down through the ages—despite a brief hiatus during the Dark Ages, when using plants as medicine could get you labeled as a witch and killed in inventive ways.

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