ESSENTIAL OILS

Our skin is our body's biggest organ. Essential oils have the ability to work right into the deepest layers of the skin. Once they enter the body through the epidermis they travel through the bloodstream to other organs and are also taken up by the lymphatic system which removes dead cells from the body. Therefore besides the importance to making sure to avoid any kind of chemical compounds in your body creams and make-up, you can be pro-active in nourishing your body by massaging your body with essential oils.

OUR 4 INGREDIENTS:

ORGANIC SWEET ALMOND OIL

A light and fine oil perfect for massaging. It is used to prevent skin from wrinkling and has a high nutritional value. Antioxidant-rich, high in vitamin E, fat and protein. Sweet almond oil nourishes your skin to make it smoother and softer.

FRANKINCENSE (BOSWELLIA SERATA)

Frankincense and Myrrh were the first gums to be used as incense. Especially Frankincense  was one of the most highly prized substances of the ancient world. Notes: woody, rich and warm. The penetrating aroma and its ability to deepen the breathing have made it a helpful aid in meditation. 

SANDALWOOD (SANTALUM ALBUM).

Sandalwood has been used since ancient times in India and Egypt as a perfume and for religious ceremonies. The scent is woody, sweet with an oriental undertone. It is also renowned as an aphrodisiac. 

  • Sandalwood is also used for the following conditions: For depression, melancholy, anxiety, nervous tension, dry skin, insomnia, acne and sexual difficulties

MYRRH (COMMIPHORA MYRRHA)

Myrrh was probably one of the most widely used essential oils in ancient times for incense, perfumes and medicine.  Because of its ability to preserve the flesh myrrh is nowadays used as a cosmetic ingredient. Notes: warm, woody and earthy.

MORE STUDIES:

ESSENTIAL OILS FOR DURING CHEMOTHERAPY & RADIATION:

Radiation usually severely damages the skin and vital organs, so the use of gentle, antioxidant rich essential oils in combination with proper nutrition can help minimize some of the damage. 

Further sources: Holistic Aromatherapy Christine Wood, Robert Tisserand, Aromatherapy for scenutual awareness - Judith White & Karen Day

NOTE: No cancer treatment should be undertaken without consulting a licensed medical practitioner. The essential oil applications listed here can be used to complement conventional cancer therapies.