Essential oils contain oxygen molecules which help to transport nutrients to the starving human cells. Because a nutritional deficiency is an oxygen deficiency, diseases begin when the cells lack the oxygen for proper nutrient assimilation. By providing the needed oxygen, essential oils also work to stimulate the immune system.
Essential oils are very powerful antioxidants. Antioxidants create an unfriendly environment for free radicals. They prevent all mutations, work as free radical scavengers, prevent fungus, and prevent oxidation in the cells.
In layman’s terms that means they help reduce the chronic swelling and inflammation that causes most prolonged diseases and ailments such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) among others.
Did you know that Irritable Bowel Syndrome is one of the most commonly diagnosed disorders by doctors? It seems to me that if so many people suffer from IBS, than having a natural approach to overcoming it would be more prevalent as well. Maybe doctors and IBS sufferers just don’t know, but peppermint essential oil has been shown in study after study to not only alleviate symptoms of IBS, but to help heal the body and rid the intestines of the inflammation that causes it.
I’ve heard testimonial after testimonial of people suffering from IBS that have experienced almost immediate relief from using not only peppermint essential oil, but any number of the following DoTERRA products that all help:
- DigestZen (a specialized blend of essential oils formulated for all things digestive)
- PB Assist (a probiotic that encourages correct intestinal health)
- GX Assist (designed to help the gastro-intestinal tract in eliminating pathogens)
- DoTERRA "Daily Wellness Pack" that includes:
- Alpha CRS (multi-nutrient supplement designed to increase cellular health, vitality, and energy)
- EO Mega (blend of essential fatty acids)
- MicroPlex VM (amazing multi vitamin formulated to support health cell, tissue, and system function)
The information contained in this announcement is intended for educational purposes only and is not meant to substitute for medical care or to prescribe treatment for any specific health condition.