Using Essential Oils
Essential oils can be used for a wide variety of mental, emotional and physical applications. They can be used alone, or combined with other essential oils or carrier oils, depending on the desired effect. They are commonly administered by one of three methods: aromatically, topically and internally.
Using Essential Oils in Aromatherapy
Studies have shown that what we smell can have a profound impact on our bodies’ physiological pathways. Using an essential oil diffuser can purify the air, eliminate offensive odors and airborne pathogens and promote emotional benefits to our bodies.
The chemical composition of goPure’s essential oils allows them to be absorbed quickly into the bloodstream. They are highly effective for localized applications and can be used to soothe and heal a variety of concerns, including pain, dryness, flaking and more. Because of their restorative properties, they are ideal for beauty and massage therapies.
Using Essential Oils Internally
Some pure essential oils are suitable for internal use. Because many offer antioxidant or anti-inflammatory properties, they can be used to treat everything from congestion to infections. Common methods for ingesting essential oils include adding a drop or two to a glass of water or sealing them inside of a vegetable capsule.
Because some essential oils are highly potent or may interact with other medications, it is important to use 100% pure oil, and to consult your doctor before incorporating them into your health and wellness regimen.