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There Is Hope! New Medical Studies Prove New Unbelievable Healing methods!

Mar 20, 2008
Traditional medical practices including the use of pharmaceutical drugs greatly inhibit the body's ability to heal itself. They usually have only one action and often disrupt the body's natural balance of homeostasis. (That being the ability or tendency of an organism or cell to maintain internal equilibrium (balance) by adjusting its physiological processes.)

The ability to carry oxygen to all parts of the body is a vital role to overall health. Without oxygen, nutrients cannot be absorbed into the body. New medical studies show that the use of Essences are one of the most powerful healing substances known to man today.


25% of prescription drugs in the US are based on natural compounds from plants. Each year millions of dollars are spent funding universities searching for new therapeutic agents that lie undiscovered in the bark, roots, and foliage of jungle canopies, river bottoms, forests, hillsides, and vast wilderness regions throughout the world. As the most powerful part of the plant, essences, and plant extracts have been woven into history since time began. Essences have been used medicinally to kill bacteria, fungi, and viruses.

They provide exquisite fragrances to balance moods, lift spirits, dispel negative emotions, and create a romantic atmosphere. They can stimulate the regeneration of tissue or stimulate nerves. They can even act to oxygenate and carry nutrients into the cells.

Research indicates that most viruses, fungi, and bacteria cannot live in the presence of many essences, especially those high in phenols, carvacrol, thymol, and terpenes. It may help us understand why a notorious group of thieves, reputed to be spice traders and perfumers, was protected from the black plague as they robbed the bodies of the dead during the 15th century. Most essences on the market are 'adulterated' with the use of synthetic chemicals. These synthetic chemicals break down the healing properties of the essences, rendering the essences no more than a perfume.

What are Essences?

Essences are subtle, volatile liquids distilled from shrubs, flowers trees, roots, brushes, and seeds. They are oxygenating and help transport nutrients to the cells of our body. Without oxygen, nutrients cannot be absorbed; so the oxygenating essences can help us maintain our health. Essences are chemically very complex, consisting of hundreds of different chemical compounds. Moreover, they are highly concentrated and far more potent than dried herbs.

The distillation of an entire plant may produce only a single drop of essences. Essences are also different from vegetable oils, such as corn oil, peanut oil, and olive oil. They are not greasy and do not clog the pores like vegetable oil can.

Essences of the plants and human blood share several common properties: They fight infection, contain hormone-like compounds, and initiate regeneration. Working as the chemical defense mechanism of the plant, essences possess potent antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. They also ward of attacks by insects and animals. Both essences and human blood contain hormone-like chemicals. The ability of some essences to work as hormones helps them bring balance to many physiological systems of the human body.

Essences also play a role in initiating the regeneration process for the plant, the same way the blood does in the human body. The similarity goes deeper. Essences have a chemical structure that is similar to that found in human cells and tissues. This makes essences compatible with human protein and enables them to be readily identified and accepted by the body.

Essences have a unique ability to penetrate cell membranes and diffuse throughout the blood and tissues. The unique, lipid-soluble structure of essences is very similar to the makeup of our cell membranes. The molecules of Essences are also relatively small, giving them the ability to easily penetrate the cells.

When topically applied to the feet or elsewhere, essences can travel throughout the body in a matter of minutes. The ability of some essences to decrease the viscosity or thickness of the blood can enhance circulation and immune function. Adequate circulation is vital to great health, since it affects function of every cell and organ, including the brain.

Applications of Essences

Research indicates that when essences are diffused, (Click Here for Information on the Benefits of Diffused Essences) they can increase atmospheric oxygen and provide negative ions, which can keep bacteria from growing. Because of their ionizing action, essences have the ability to break down and render potentially harmful chemicals nontoxic.

You could say that essences are the most potent effects of the plant. Many herbs are used to make essences, however essences are far more powerful than that of dried herbs. The reason is because a small bottle of essence is the results of distilling hundreds of herb plants. Therefore an essence is the healing power of the plant 100 times over. Many people have lost faith in herbs because of little or no effect when taken.

However with the increased use of these herbs there naturally develops specialists desiring to increase their use (or their profits) by packaging and promoting them as forms of medicine. As medicines thus increased, specialize laboratories in more recent times began isolating the various ingredient of the herbs in an effort to make them more potent. As this occurred many of the balancing effects of the herbs disappeared and unpleasant side effects began to take place.

The drug companies then began to produce the elements found in herbs synthetically from chemicals . Stronger and stronger drugs were produced with ever-increasing and more dangerous side effects until the entire situation became a complicated nightmare of "kill the cure" proportions! This is not so with essences.

Essences are the distillation of the entire plant, keeping the balancing effects yet giving you the powerful healing essence of the plant. They are made by passing steam through the plant material and condensing the steam to separate the essence from the plant. Essences have been used medicinally to kill bacteria, fungi, and viruses. They provide exquisite fragrances to balance moods, lift spirits, dispel negative emotions, and create a romantic atmosphere. They can stimulate the regeneration of tissue or simulate nerves. They can even act to oxygenate and carry nutrients into the cells.

Research indicates that most viruses, fungi, and bacteria cannot live in the presence of many essences, especially those high in phenols, carvacrol, thymol, and terpenes. The power of essences is immense. They can be used to help heal diseases and conditions that were thought to be un-healable, and can be used in more simple ways as just to rid the body of unwanted headaches, or constipation. Essences work much faster and stronger than most drug companies could even dream of.

Take for an example constipation. Americans every year spend about 350 million dollars on laxatives, which usually take 1 hour to work. A essence oil such as ginger or peppermint usually can work within about 10 minutes. Not only do essences work fast, they are non-toxic to the body, and have a fantastic smell.

History of the Essences

Ancient writings tell of scented barks, resins of spices, and aromatic vinegars, wines, and beers that were used in rituals, temples, astrology, embalming, and medicine. Hieroglyphics on the walls of Egyptian temples depict the blending of essences and describe hundreds of essence recipes.

List of Essences

1. Cassia
2. Cedarwood
3. Cinnamon
4. Cypress
5. Frankincens
6. Galbanum
7. Hyssop
8. Myrrh
9. Sandalwood
10. Spikenard
About the Author
Gaetane Ross is a Certified Natural Health Consultant who has spent over 4 years focusing on Nutrition and Health. She also specializes in Alternative Medicine, Spiritual Healing and Healthy Lifestyle.


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