Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Anti-Microbial Essential Oils

Many scientific studies have shown pure essential oils and blends to be highly anti-microbial. A study by Dr. Jean C. Lapraz in 1985 showed that no known microbe could survive in the presence of Oregano or Cinnamon.

Geranium and Frankincense have even shown anti-tumoral properties.

Most of the oils used in the Raindrop Treatment were chosen for their anti-microbial properties.

This is huge! Today, as more and more microbes develop immunity to antibiotics and other drugs, pure essential oils can be very effective. Plus, they do not have the side effects associated with these drugs. Keep a few oils and blends on hand to fight bacteria, viruses and fungi. I use them in and on the body and also diffuse them in my home and office.

Here are a few of my favorites from Young Living:

Singles: Cinnamon, Clove, Lavender, MountainSavory, and the Melaleuca oils (sometimes called tea tree oils).

Stock your medicine chest with these gifts from nature!

Joyce Phelps Stephens, NCLMBT #2272
110 Iowa Lane, Suite 201
Cary, NC 27511


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