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When you download our free essential oil quick reference guide you are also getting the opportunity to change your life for the better

About five years ago I was first introduced to essential oils by a dear friend of mine. She had been using essential oils for various reasons and had felt the benefits which dramatically changed her life. Her main oil of choice is frankincense for its ability to reduce inflammation and build immunity as well as healing age spots and supporting brain function.

I was personally skeptical, but I had seen her transformation from a tired middle aged woman to a vibrant and empowered individual. In addition, she lost weight and started discarding her old oversized clothes and purchasing new ones. After a trip aboard with a girl friend there seemed to be a rebirth in her mindset and soul.

That was the time when I asked her what she was doing and could she send me a guide to using essential oils and explain what essential oils are and how I should use them.


The 5000 year old essential oils uses guide

When you download the aroma oils guide you will get lots of information about the essential oils, their uses and where they are sourced. For example, did you know that essential oils are organic compounds that are extracted from plants, flowers and barks. And for over 5000 years essential oils have been used by various cultures around the world for healing and supporting health and wellness.

They are most commonly used for relaxation, beauty care, home cleaning as well as a natural alternative to traditional medication for mainly small ailments. The most commonly used oils as a natural alternative is lavender, frankincense, lemon, peppermint and tea tree oil. These oils will help and support ailment such as:

  • Fight cold and flu symptoms
  • Relax your body and soothe sore muscles
  • Heal skin conditions
  • Alleviate pain
  • Balance hormones
  • Improve digestion
  • Reduce cellulite and wrinkles
  • Clean your home  

Essential oils guide

Essential oils guide to buying the best oils

When purchasing essential oils there is one word the buyer should consider and that is purity, because the purity of an oil is its most important characteristic. Simply this means that an aroma oil that isn’t pure means you run the risk of putting germs, heavy metals, or adulterants onto or into your body, which can provoke irritation, adverse effects, or even sickness.

So, the only standard that is acceptable is therapeutic grade essential oils, because then you will be sure that there are no added fillers, synthetic ingredients, or harmful contaminants in your essential oils that would reduce their efficacy.

What are the benefits of essential oils?

Therapeutic grade oils have many different benefits, but its main asset is that it is non-invasive unlike many traditional drugs and medications, however using the oils with other therapies is always a good thing.

Research has shown that receiving aromatherapy massage with lavender oil previous to an operation significantly reduces anxiety. Another oil that supports anxiety is sandalwood oil.

In addition to anxiety, essential oils have been known to support antibacterial or antifungal conditions. Many of the oils can be massaged on the skin, which can help treat skin conditions, such as burns, cuts and scrapes, while others can support the immune system, help with insomnia and aid with digestion.

The benefits are so wide as they are long that I can only discuss some of the benefits on this page, but to learn more click on the “Learn More” button below.


Essential oils uses guide

There are four way to apply essential oils such as topically, aromatically, internally and for personal / household care.


Topically means simply rubbing the oils on your skin for its therapeutic benefits, this is achieved because oil molecules are so small they are easily absorbed into the skin. Once the oil is able to penetrate the skin, it will go into the bloodstream and travel to different parts of the body with therapeutic effect.


Aroma method via a diffuser is a very common way of using the oils and apart from the great aroma there is evidence that essential oils are absorbed into the bloodstream when inhaled. The reason for this is because there are a large amount of blood vessels in the lung allowing the oils to be absorbed into the bloodstream and then travel around the body.

The best essential oils for diffusing are lavender to reduce stress, melaleuca to cleanse the air, wild orange to improve mood, frankincense for spiritual enlightenment and peppermint to improve focus and energy.

Internal use

Internally, essential oils can be a powerful medicine and safe to use if consumed correctly, so no more than 1 -3 drops in water.  Other oils such as peppermint, lemon and frankincense are great for internal use and can be taken without water. However, clove and oregano oils must be diluted and should not be taken for more than a week.

Personal / household care

This is an area of use that may surprise you, because it is about removing the toxins from your home and replacing them with household cleaning and washing alternatives. One we personally use in our home is an essential oils clearing spray for the kitchen and shower room which has stopped my allergies to chemicals and dust quickly. The benefits of removing toxic products from your home is amazing and seems to clean worktops as effectively as traditional cleaners. Also, for those that don’t mind doing a bit of DIY, essential oils can be used to create your own shampoo, body butter, toothpaste, bug spray, lip balm and household cleaner using the oils.

Essential oils uses guide

What will I find in my free essential oil quick reference guide?

As I have already mentioned, the guide is packaged with everything you need to know to give someone like yourself all the information they need to make an informed decision whether essential oils is something they need or want in their lives.

The most important sections of the guide are:  

  • What are essential oils and their extraction methods?
  • The tested grade for essential oils
  • How to use aroma oil?
  • Where do I begin? (What oils should you start with)
  • Single essential oils
  • Blended essential oils
  • Aromatherapy technique
  • Diffusers
  • Personal care
  • And much more

Where to buy essential oils

These are generic instructions, so they may differ depending on the country you live in.

  1. Click here (Technical advice: Mobile devices can have glitches, for best results use the Chrome browser on your PC or Mac computer)
  2. Choose your preferred language and place of residences. 
  3. Choose your kit (When you purchase a product enrollment the enrollment fee is waived)
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  4. Review your order and proceed to checkout
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If you want to download our Free essential oil quick reference guide click on the “Download Now” button below and add your name and address to the form. You will get your guide straight away.


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