Where to Buy Essential Oils in Cebu?

Essential Oils Cebu - This is a special blog post that is not related to ticket fare promos with Cebu Pacific. This is created for the sole purpose of information dissemination. In our time of crisis such as this unprecedented pandemic we currently have, we need to keep ourselves as safe as possible not to catch the virus. As we travel in the future, there is that threat that we can't see of getting infected. So we thought of sharing this information in a way of preventive care that we can always do at home or even while we travel via plane or anywhere else, soon.

One of the preventive ways is to wear our mask, face shields and taking in vitamins to boost our immunity against the perils of health. Certainly, there is a new holistic approach that we can also try too.





Aromatherapy is a new clinical modality and not much of information is available to a common person or the public about it. So we want to give some light about this. It is actually a branch in "supplementary medicine" that makes use of our olfactory receptors with essential oils. A controlled and informed use of the oils is what makes Aromatherapy interesting.

Anyone can be do aromatherapy or use essential oils at home for their personal well-being that affects the mind, body and spirit. Of course, proper guidelines is recommended in using it.


Here in Cebu, you can buy essential oils locally in stores or online. We have another website that sell exclusive essential oils form reputable brands internationally like doTERRA, Young Living, Plant Therapy, Revive, Eden's Garden, Rock Mountains and etc.

Pls. check Essential Oils Cebu.


How to use these Essential Oils?



There are 3 methods that essential oils can be used safely at home or office.

Inhalation


The most simplest of all is just opening a bottle of the essential oil and sniffing all the goodness of its aromatic power for 3 to 5 seconds.

For those who have electric diffusers with ultrasonic function, you can diffuse the essential oils into the air. It can help cleanse the air as it has antimicrobial, antibacterial and antiviral properties through its molecular chemical constituents.

 

Application on Skin



Essential oils should be diluted in carrier oils like coconut oil, olive oil, castor oil, jojoba oil, or any vegetable fatty oils before using it as a massage therapy. You can do a DIY massage oil. Add 2 drops of essential oil in a 5 ml (100 drops). This is a 2% dilution. Mix it and it will be readily applied on your skin.

However, it is suggested that you do a SKIN TEST first of all the oils before making a recipe of it to make sure you have no allergies or irritations. Observe it within 16 to 24 hours.


Internally



There are only selected essential oils that can be taken orally. NOT ALL essential oils are safe for internal use. So please be wary or only consult a certified essential oil specialist for that or a certified aromatherapist.

For example an essential oil like lemon or wild orange, a certain dosage is required though the advice  of an essential oil specialist.

Just to share a little secret, when we get out of the house or travel, we always carry with us some protective spray with  our favorite essential oils mixed with hyrdrosols or distilled water like lemon, peppermint, lavendar, clove, frakincense, rosemary and lavender. It is not just soothing but we feel it's protective benefits against the common bacteria and viruses.


Warning



Please note, that essential oils are NOT CURES to certain illnesses or diseases or in  any circumstances. It should not be intended for use in the mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease.
It is best to consult a doctor when you are sick and take their prescribed medications as a treatment. Aromatherapy is a holistic approach to well-being and it only complements to the medicines given by a doctor.

Be wary of false claims made by essential oil distributors that it is a medicine or can cure or treat some sickness. It is definitely NOT a medicine substitute or alternative. Learn to say NO when someone who is not a medical doctor convince you to buy their products.



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