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10 Essential Oils with Most Potent Antibacterial Activity +Research

Find out 10 Essential Oils shown in laboratory studies to have the most potent, broad spectrum antibacterial activity. What is an antibacterial? Anything that destroys bacteria or inhibits the growth of bacteria or its ability to reproduce is an antibacterial.  Studies have confirmed that essential oils can be used as a natural complementary alternative to synthetically produced antibiotic medications. In recent years there has been a growing body of evidence supporting the use of essential oils as antimicrobials.  The Research Finding on 10 Essential Oils 1 - Essential Oils Shown to be Effective for 22 Strains of Bacteria In vitro studies of 22 strains of bacteria showed that Lemongrass (Cymbopogan flexuosus), Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus), Peppermint (Mentha x piperita) and Orange...

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Aromatherapy's Global Popularity as a Complementary Alternative Medicine

Aroma therapy has been used since the earliest days of man on planet earth. The earliest aromatherapists were probably the tribal shamans who used plant aromatics to heal the sick of their tribe. Evidence of this can be seen in the drawings found on the walls of caves depicting plant aromatics being used to heal the sick. From the drawings it looks as though plant aromatics were used in many, if not all, of man’s most important ritual celebrations like birth, puberty, marriage and death. I believe that this early subconscious memory of 'healing with plants' is one of the primary reasons that aromatherapy is gaining global popularity at such a rapid pace today. It is because of the powerful...

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