CONSUMPTION OF ETERNAL OILS - FASTER WAY TO HEALTH
Be aware of the fact that essential oils are a natural essence of the plant but in high concentrations and you need to take into consideration the possible allergy to some of the oil substances (especially if you are drinking some medicines) and be careful about the origin, the way you get the oil and the concentration of the intake.
Also, it is important to note that it is not recommended to use essential oils in baby foods and for children up to 5 years, breast-feeding or pregnant women, as well as for sensitive or allergic persons. Sometimes allergies may occur due to some other ingredient that has "swollen" in the essential oil in the process of obtaining it.
Therefore, be sure to use organic and essential oils that do not contain any air or soil poisons, so that the oils are dosed moderately, a maximum of 2 drops after the meal is sufficient for the adult (6 drops per day) and mixed with essential oil with some carriers - honey, olive oil, sugar cubes, varnish, mixture or beverage so as not to damage the throat mucus with a strong oil concentration.
Essential oils for consumption packed in enteric capsules that dissolve in the intestines have long been available on the European market. These capsules have proved to be practical natural "doctors" in any situation because they are ideal for traveling and busy people who do not have time to tap and mix oil in their office.
Essential oils for minor health problems
It is best to consume it mixed with a spoonful of honey burial on a sugar cube, which is then gradually digested in the mouth. Take care when dosing, it is recommended to first use one drop of essential oil, and with time, when the tolerance increases, a maximum of two drops after the meal. Do not repeat the procedure more than three times a day.
Cold and inflammation of the throat - eucalyptus, tea tree, peppermint.
Against the intestinal cramps – Germanic chamomile, grasshopper.
Against pain in the stomach and for better digestion - peppermint, fennel.
Against travel nausea - ginger, peppermint.
Urinary tract infections - fennel, tea tree, lavender.
Muscle pain - grapefruit, lemon, rosemary.
Gout - coriander, rosemary, thyme.
Against the exhaustion - basil, rose, rosemary.
For calming - lavender, marjoram.
Antidepressant - sweet orange, lemon, grapefruit.
Headaches - eucalyptus, chamomile, lavender, sage, rosemary.