What is Essential Oil?

Essential oil is a natural aromatic liquid derived from raw plant materials (flowers, leaves, roots, stems, trees) and extracted through a gentle steam distillation. These amazing aromatic compounds contain powerful concentrated fragrants that play an important role in promotion of overall health and well-being. Essential oils have been prized throughout history in many cultures for their medicinal benefits. Current research also shows trends towards more holistic approaches to wellness are driving a worldwide awakening for this ancient medicine. Take a stance with us and breathe in the benefits of essential oil.

What is Aromatherapy?

Aromatherapy is the science of utilizing naturally extracted aromatic essential oils from plants to balance, harmonize and promote overall health. Aromatherapy explores the physiological and psychological realm of an individual’s response to aromatic extracts. It’s natural, non-invasive modality is designed to affect the whole person, not just the symptom or disease, and to assist the body’s natural ability to balance, regulate, heal and maintain itself by the use of therapeutic aromatics. As an alternative medicinal practice, Aromatherapy is know to be a preventative approach as well as an active method to employ during acute and chronic stages of illness. We hope you’ll jump on board and join the Aromatherapy movement with us!

“Essential oils have played a prevalent role throughout history and have even been called mankind’s first medicine.”

Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil Attributes:

We make sure that every essential oil used in Essential Patch products meets our internal and industry production standards to guarantee we’re providing the highest quality therapeutic grade oils.

Essential oils aid your body by imitating the regenerating, oxygenating and immune strengthening properties found in the plant from which they are derived.

The molecules of essential oils are so small that they can penetrate the skin and diffuse throughout the blood and tissues.

Essential oils are known to be lipid soluble, which means that they can penetrate your bodies’ cell walls. This allows essential oils to impact cells in the body in as little as 20 minutes.

Essential oils contain the oxygen molecule needed for bringing different nutrients to the bodies’ cells. The cause of disease may be inability to properly assimilate nutrients.

Essential oils have strong anti-oxidant properties which help control and contain free radicals in the body.

Essential Oils Medicinal Uses – antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, anti-infectious, antimicrobial, antihistamine, antispasmodic, anti-parasitic, antiviral, anti-catarrhal, and antiseptic.

Essential Oils have been proved to restore overall balance to the body and have the ability to destroy all tested bacteria and viruses.

Essential Oils help promote physical, emotional, and spiritual healing and well being.

Essential oil sesquiterpenes, the hydrocarbon group which oxygenates at the cellular level, releases toxins from the body and promotes circulation.

Essential Oils are aromatic and, when diffused, lead to air purification through the removal of metallic particles and toxins from air, increasing the oxygen level in atmosphere and inhibiting bacterial growth.

This middle note, herbaceous essential oil is traditionally known as the bodies balancer. It’s anti-agitation and anti-anxiety properties calm and sooth the soul with a sweet simple scent.

This tranquil citrus scent known as “the children’s remedy” in France yields superior soothing effects. It’s antispasmodic and relaxation properties provide nothing but a restful night’s sleep.

Current research shows peppermint essential oil acts through the TRPM8 anti-pain channel in your pretty little body to reduce those pain-sensing fibers, so sit back and relax! Everything is under control.

This bitter fruit obtained in the West Indies in the 1700′s has been used for centuries for it’s sweet soothing stimulants. It’s natural diuretic, detoxifying and tonic properties harmonize together to heal that unbearable brain pain.

The indigenous Bundjalung people of eastern Australia use “tea trees” as a traditional medicine by inhaling the oils from the crushed leaves to treat coughs and congestion. Bottom line is – snot’s not cool and the natural antiviral, antibacterial, and antihistamine properties of Tea Tree can do wonder for your woes.

This sweet fresh scent has been used for centuries to soothe skin and kick those airborne particles to the curb. It’s anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties pair up nicely to soothe your watery eyes, tingly throat and sniffly nose.

Ancient Roman mothers have used chamomile essential oil to calm their children and heal bouts of insomnia for centuries. Do as the Roman’s do and sleep, sweet child, sleep.

This immune boosting essential oil stimulates and refreshes the mind and body with it’s aromatic influence. It’s tart, sweet scent paired with restorative and tonic properties act as an all-in-one equalizer and enhancer.

This ancient essential oil used by indigenous tribes in the Amazon has been healing pain and inflammatory disorders for centuries. The strong copaiba resin tapped directly from the tree provides a powerful punch to keep your head happy.

Historically, lemongrass has been used to aid in purification, removing toxins from the body and boosting overall immunity. All those environmental substances attacking your pureness need a little conditioning so we put this antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and vasodilator property called Mr. Lemongrass up to bat. We think it’s a home run.

Australian Aborigines used eucalyptus essential oil as a traditional medicine for treating cough and colds, feverish body temperatures and sinus congestion. It’s long list of decongestant, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, and expectorant properties make it ideal to beat the bug.

Historically, frankincense is known as the “holy anointing oil” in the Middle East and has been used in religious ceremonies for thousands of years. It’s strong proprieties increase spiritual awareness, positive attitude and your overall health. Why not give it a whirl?

Current research shows this invigorating, enhancing, immune-stimulator dramatically improves mental accuracy and concentration. With all those powerful properties why not give it a try and show those co-workers who’s boss.

Believe it or not, your classic Christmas tree has been prized through the ages by Native American’s for its medicinal virtues in regards to respiratory infections and fiery fevers. With analgesic, anti-catarrhal, and expectorant properties this woodsy oil will ease your aches so don’t worry bout’ it.

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Warning: For external use only. Do not apply to broken or irritated skin. If rash occurs, discontinue use. If rash persists, consult your physician. Not suitable for children under the age of two.