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Broken Capillaries

BROKEN CAPILLARIES Capillaries are tiny blood vessels and are the organs of exchange in the cardiovascular system. Excessive alcohol, bad diet and stimulants, such as tea and coffee, may cause the capillary walls to lose some of their elasticity, and the capillaries beneath the facial skin and other areas are then easy to see, especially in fair-skinned people. Because they become more noticeable they are described as “broken.”   Gentle massage on the face or other areas of the body where there are broken capillaries will help to restore the natural elasticity of the blood vessels, which can eventually get...

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Bath Oils

BATH OILS (relaxation and skin rejuvenation) The skin is the body's largest organ and protects the body from injury and loss of fluid. Apart from aiding in the regulation of body temperature, and being a barrier against noxious agents such as microorganisms, it is an elimination organ, excreting various waste products. For this reason, good nutrition is essential, as an excess of stored toxins will cause skin disorders.   The skin is also very important in aromatherapy, as it is one of the two routes by which the essential oils can enter into the bloodstream and be transported to all...

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Asthma

ASTHMA Any kind of allergen can precipitate an asthma attack. Asthma causes breathlessness, tightness in the chest, wheezing (resulting from the narrowing of the airways combined with muscle spasm), and mucosal swelling. Breathing out is more difficult than breathing in, and this produces the wheezing sound and breathlessness. Although asthma attacks are triggered by allergens such as food, dust mites, animal hair, or feathers, there are a number of other factors which can bring on an attack: stress, anxiety, chest infections, change in temperature, chemicals, etc. Asthma may be relieved through correct nutrition.   Suggested essential oils: Cypress, niaouli, pine,...

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Arthritis/Rheumatism

ARTHRITIS/RHEUMATISM There are many types of arthritic conditions (rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, gout, etc.). With arthritis, uric acid is deposited as crystals in joint spaces causing inflammation, pain, stiffness, loss of mobility, and eventually damage to the joint. Arthritis, in any form, is a debilitating condition, causing pain and discomfort. It may interfere with work, sport, recreation, and the quality of life in general. Injuries from sport and accidents form vulnerable areas where arthritis may set in years later. Incorrect nutrition is a major contributor to this disease, and when the diet is correct, numerous satisfying results are obtained. If...

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Antiseptic

ANTISEPTIC The antiseptic oil will prevent or combat bacterial infection locally. Simultaneously, it will promote healing and reduce bruising. However, do not apply the oil on an open wound or sore. The injured area should have a scab or be a “dry” injury—no bleeding or weeping wound. Clean open wounds with disinfectant made with 25 ml water and 5 drops tea tree oil (pre-diluted in 2.5 ml alcohol). With major wounds, seek professional advice immediately.   Suggested essential oils: Benzoin, lemon, niaouli, tea tree.

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