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4 Lifestyle PREVENTS disease (diet, exercise, rest, stress management, toxic exposure) Doctors TREAT symptoms and fix broken parts The body CURES disease and heals itself

5 Before You Pop That Pill… 1.What are the side effects? 2.What are the benefits? 3.Is there a safer option? A headache is not caused by an aspirin deficiency. Ask three simple questions:

6 “According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), virtually all significant bacterial infections in the world are becoming resistant to the antibiotic treatment of choice. For some of us, bacterial resistance could mean more visits to the doctor, a lengthier illness, and possibly more toxic drugs. For others, it could mean death.” Battle of the Bugs: Fighting Antibiotic Resistance

7 “The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has taken new steps to reduce the risks of severe liver injury associated with acetaminophen, a widely used pain- and-fever-reducing drug. FDA is asking all makers of prescription products that contain acetaminophen to limit the amount of the drug to 325 milligrams per tablet or capsule. New Steps Aimed at Cutting Risks from Acetaminophen

8 “Be aware that the over-the- counter PPIs should only be used as directed for 14 days of treatment of frequent heartburn. If your heartburn continues, talk to your health care professional. No more than three 14-day treatment courses should be used in one year.” Possible Increased Risk of Bone fractures with Certain Antacid Drugs

9 “New data suggests that the risks associated with long-term, daily use of antibacterial soaps may outweigh the benefits,” Rogers says. “There are indications that certain ingredients in these soaps may contribute to bacterial resistance to antibiotics, and may have unanticipated hormonal effects that are of concern to FDA.” FDA Taking Closer Look at “Antibacterial” Soap

10 An essential oil can have hundreds of different compounds Each compound has a different medicinal benefit Pharmaceutical companies mimic natural compounds Essential oils are antimicrobial Essential Oils are anti-inflammatory Essential Oils are powerful antioxidants A Natural Alternative to Synthetic Drugs

11 What is an essential oil?

12 ESSENTIAL OILS KILL VIRUSES AND BACTERIA Antibiotics cannot penetrate cell membrane Essential oils CAN penetrate cells to kill viruses and bacteria


14 Enhancement of Compounds Removal of Compounds Addition of Compounds Synthetic Variants Impurities Blending With Inferior Grades Of Oil What Makes an Oil Impure

15 Sourcing Chemical Analysis Habitat Cultivation Extraction Organoleptic MicroBiological Heavy Metal Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry FTIR

16 Lemon Frankincense Lavender Cinnamon Basil Eucalyptus Ginger Grapefruit Hawaiian Sandalwood Melissa Rosemary Wild Orange Ylang Cassia Clove Clary Sage Coriander Cilantro Peppermint Rose Cypress Black Pepper Patchouli Myrrh Geranium Oregano Lemongrass Sandalwood White Fir Marjoram Helichrysum Melaleuca Thyme Vetiver Wintergreen Birch Bergamot Fennel Lime Roman Chamomile Juniper Cedarwood Sources

17 Two essential oil extracts of the same species of plant can be pure, but can have significantly different chemical composition depending on: Plant selection, growing conditions, harvest time, extraction method, and quality control processes ≠

18 Top Antioxidant Foods ORAC Value Top Antioxidant Essential Oils ORAC Value Cocoa Powder ( Unprocessed ) 26,000Clove1,078,700 Acai Berry18,500Myrrh379,800 Dark Chocolate13,120Coriander298,300 Prunes5,770Clary Sage221,000 Raisins2,830Melissa134,300 Blueberries2,400Marjoram130,900 Blackberries2,036Ylang 130,000 Strawberries1,540Ginger99,300 Spinach1,260Vetiver74,300 Broccoli890Basil54,000 Red Grapes739Patchouli49,400 4 drops of Clove Oil = 2,800 ORAC Value

19 “Antioxidants are substances that may protect your cells against the effects of free radicals. Free radicals are molecules produced when your body breaks down food, or by environmental exposures like tobacco smoke and radiation. Free radicals can damage cells, and may play a role in heart disease, cancer and other diseases. Studies suggest that a diet high in antioxidants from fruits and vegetables is associated with a lower risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease.” Antioxidants: Why are they important?

20 ESSENTIAL OIL SAFETY  Very safe and gentle with few side effects  Keep out of eyes, ears, and nose  Dilute with carrier oil, not water

21 Lavender Oil The effects of lavender oil inhalation on emotional states, autonomic nervous system, and brain electrical activity. Results: Decreases of blood pressure, heart rate, and skin temperature, which indicated a decrease of autonomic arousal. Most versatile of all essential oils—good for everything! Calming, relaxing, insomnia, mood elevating and balancing. Skin; encourages a youthful appearance. Burns, cuts, bruises, infections Hay fever, cold sores, ear aches Balances Pineal Gland

22 Lemon Oil soothe a dry or sore throat elevate mood clean kitchen counters take internally with water as a detox Regulates blood pressure Natural dirruretic Balances PH Keeps urinary tract clean The effect of lemon inhalation aromatherapy on nausea and vomiting of pregnancy: a double-blinded, randomized, controlled clinical trial. RESULTS: There was a statistically significant difference between the two groups in the mean scores of nausea and vomiting on the second and fourth days (P = and P = 0.039, respectively).

23 Peppermint Oil The effect of a locally applied peppermint oil preparation on tension-type headache. Results: There was no significant difference between the efficacy of 1,000mg of acetaminophen and 10% peppermint oil in ethanol solution. Inhale to invigorate lungs and increase alertness apply to neck and forehead for headaches add to water in a spray bottle to mist body when overheated Fever, cool body temp. Bowel Inflammation Upset Stomach Digestion Circulation Allergies

24 use with shampoo for healthy scalp and hair apply to feet and toenails after showering or working out apply to skin blemishes and rashes Melalueca Oil Comparison of hand hygiene antimicrobial efficacy: Melaleuca alternifolia essential oil versus triclosan. Results: referring to the soft soap, there was no difference between the performance of soap with 0.3% Melaleuca Alternifolia and soap with 0.5% triclosan.

25 Oregano Oil immune support dilute and apply to bottom of feet as a natural defense use internally as part of a monthly cleansing regimen for GI health Antibacterial activity of oregano against gram positive bacteria. Results: Of the eight oils tested, oregano was the most effective. It inhibited growth of all three strains of bacteria with a very large zone.

26 use to clean and dress minor cuts and sores use with a carrier oil for beautiful, radiant skin apply to bottom of feet or use internally for immune function Frankincense Oil Depression, Anxiety and Stress Related Conditions Nerve Tonic Immune Stimulation Thyroid Support Anti-inflammatory efficacy of Boswellia frereana extracts in an in vitro model of cartlige degeneration. Results: we have demonstratred that B. frereana prevents collagen degradation, and inhibits the production of por- inflammatory mediators and MMPs.

27 Medical Uses of Frankincense Bronchial Asthma Arthritis Inflammatory Bowel Disease Ulcerative Colitis Anti-bacterial and Anti-fungal Activities Inhibit Glioma (brain tumor) Growth in Animal Models Improve Clinical Outcomes Glioma and Suppress Breast Cancer Metastasis in Patients

28 Protective essential oil attenuates influenza virus infection: an in vitro study in MDCK cells. Conclusion: an essential oil blend significantly attenuates influenza virus PR8 infectivity in vitro without affecting viral binding or cellular internalization in MDCK cells. Oil treated virus continued to express viral mRNAs but had minimal expression of viral proteins, suggesting that the antiviral effect may be due to inhibition of viral protein translation. dilute in spray bottle to clean surfaces dilute and gargle morning and night as a protective mouth rinse take drops in an empty gel capsule for added immune support ON GUARD ® Oil Kills harmful bacteria, mold, and viruses Blood sugar support Colds, flu

29 Antibiotic capsule: (I tried several, but this one worked best) 3 drops each oregano, melaleuca, thyme, rosemary, frankincense. You need to start taking this the minute you feel something coming on. You can take this every hour until you start feeling better or at least take it every time you start feeling a bit of a sore throat or feeling cruddy or achy. I also took it every time I started to cough. Sore throat: Frankincense straight down. (I tried melaleuca, but the Frank worked better.) Try both if you want and see what works best for you. Tastes nasty. Works fast. Cough: 2 drops each lemon, cassia (Use cinnamon for kids) and myrrh on a spoon with coconut oil. I took this everytime I started to cough and before I went to bed so I could sleep. Drink lemon and even cassia in your water. Use Onguard throat drops. Spine: Layer Frankincense, coconut oil, oregano, thyme, on guard, aromatouch, lemongrass, melaleuca, arborvitae, peppermint. (If someone will put a hot towel, garbage bag and blanket on your back after this it will help the most, but at least get them on your spine.) Breathe and cardamom on chest. (sometimes I put a heater bag on my chest after I put the oils on, just because it feels good.) Breathe and onguard in epsom salts and soak in tub. I also take all the supplements: Vitamins (lifelong vitality pack), terrazymes, zendocrine and PB Assist (probiotics). I know these helped me out, too, getting nutrition in and flushing toxins out.

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