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What essential oils do you use for a baby's runny nose? | congestion

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Published on Dec 20, 2010

http://www.tiffanyrowan.com It is safe to use Young Living essential oils to treat sinus infections, respiratory infections and food allergies at the same time. Here is why: Young Living distills its plant materials for long periods of time with low temperatures preserving the hundreds of constituents in each essential oil. This means the intelligence of the essential oil is still alive. The essential oil travels the blood stream after it penetrates the skin. The essential oil then travels the blood stream looking for organs, systems and glands which need it. These organs, systems and glands have intelligence that speaks with the intelligence of the essential oil. If the body part needs the oil, the molecules of the oil will "dock" on the cell's membrane where it enters the cell and performs it's medicinal action. If the essential oil is not needed by a body part, it continues to travel the blood stream until it finds a body part that needs it. This is why it is safe to use Young Living's essential oils because if your child doesn't need peppermint for a sinus infection, the peppermint will travel the blood stream, skip the sinuses and move onto other body parts reducing fever. If your child does not have a food allergy, then Idaho Balsam Fir (Found in the blend Believe) will travel the blood stream skipping the histamine centers and move onto relieving sore muscles from coughing. This is pure intelligence.

Pharmaceutical drugs contain isolated constituents and are missing the intelligence of containing hundreds of constituents. They do not speak to the body's intelligence and therefore, force themselves to dock on cells that don't need them which causes side effects.

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