Our medicine cabinets are full of expensive prescription and over-the-counter medications that have a limited shelf life and come with many unwanted and often dangerous side effects. Did you know that an essential oil can have hundreds of compounds, each with its own healing benefit? This means that essential oils have many uses. For example, peppermint does the same thing as Pepto Bismal for upset stomach, but it is also a pain-killer and wakes you up naturally, and much more. You can replace Tylenol PM and other sleep aids with lavender essential oil, and Lavender is also an anti-histamine and is great for burns. Can you rub Tylenol PM on a burn and expect it to work?
Essential oils have ANTI-VIRAL, ANTI-BACTERIAL, and ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES, they help us to keep calm and focused on the task at hand, and help us to get a good night's rest. Therapeutic-grade essential oils are often more effective, work faster, and are cheaper per dose without the side effects.
Sue Stewart will lead us in discovering how to use essential oils to maintain a healthy balance between work, school, and life. Sue discovered the therapeutic benefits of plant essential oils a couple of years ago and she has not taken a pill for anything since. Her passion in life is to teach people how to take control of their health with natural alternatives. Over the years, Sue has helped people with fibromyalgia, migraines, chronic sinus conditions, cancer, dementia, ADD, stress and other health issues.