FLASH: Essential oils are volatile compounds found in grasses, trees, roots, bark, leaves and flowers. Essential oils in general are about 50 to 70X more powerful than herbs, and should be used sparingly.
Many see opiates as the only option for severe pain, which can have severe health consequences. Opioids are extremely addictive and 130 Americans die from opioid overdoses each and every day. The death toll from opioids is so great it has actually contributed to lowered life expectancy in the US
The Benefits of Essential Oils
Essential oils are volatile compounds found in grasses, trees, roots, bark, leaves and flowers. Essential oils in general are about 50 to 70X more powerful than herbs, so must be used sparingly.
Quality and purity are of the utmost importance when seeking medicinal benefits, so it’s important to do your homework.
“Some of them help wake you up, like peppermint oil. One drop of peppermint on your hand, rub your hands together, hold it in front of your nose; in 15 secs, you are going to have about 20% more oxygen in your brain.
Some of these oils are so small they can go right through your blood-brain barrier and actually enhance one’s mood and change the way one feels. That is phenomenal as far as people who are depressed and have anxiety and so forth.”
Dr. Mark DeBrincat found there is a definite synergy between the brain mapping and the oils. Using qEEG, he could see the effect of an essential oil on the brain, often in as little as 30 secs, either calming down an overexcited area or waking up a low-functioning region.
Essential oils also work as adaptogens. For example, the same oil that works to calm anxiety will work to ease depression, which are 2 poles on the spectrum. Helichrysum is a blood adaptogen. “I put that over my heart every day,” Dr. DeBrincat says.
“If my blood’s too thick, it’s going to thin it. If my blood’s too thin, it’s going to help thicken it. Oils are very intuitive in nature to know what properties you need. The way it does that is by using different vibrations on both sides of the active ingredient to be able to illicit different responses with the same oil.”
For more information
You can get more information about Dr. Mark DeBrincat and his practice on TheGoodNewsDr.com. He takes care of patients all across the Us In closing, he stresses the importance of neurofeedback for getting more rapid results when trying to address severe pain.
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