Plants and Essential Oils
Essential oils have been widely used in treatment of various diseased. Essential oils are prevalent in many medicinal plants used for oral hygiene and treatment of diseases. Use of Essential Oils Blends in the Massage Therapy and Lymphatic drainage practice is crucial. Essential oils, odorous and volatile products of plant secondary metabolism, have a wide application in folk medicine, food flavouring and preservation as well as in fragrance industries. The antimicrobial properties of essential oils have been known for many centuries. In recent years (1987-2001), a large number of essential oils and their constituents have been investigated for their antimicrobial properties against some bacteria and fungi in more than 500 reports.
Some botanicals store their precious essential oil within their leaves or flowers while others may store the beneficial oil within their rinds, seeds or other plant parts. The essential oils produced by some plants have no known therapeutic value or can even be hazardous. As more is discovered about the safety and therapeutic benefits of particular essential oils and as consumer/B2B demand grows for particular essential oils, availability can change.
- Use of Essential Oils in Treatment of Skin Diseases
- Use of Essential Oils Blends in the Massage Therapy and Lymphatic drainage practice
- Essential oils in Cancer Treatment
- Antimicrobial and Antifungal Properties
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