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How Aromatherapy Works – Healing with Essential Oils

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How aromatherapy works with KG Stiles, Certified Clinical Aromatherapist & Founding Director PurePlant Essentials. Please subscribe so you never miss a show!

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“It has been a pleasure working with KG Stiles, Certified Aromatherapist. She has been a key resource in creating a hospital based Aromatherapy program. The Aromatherapy program for Comfort Care will be an avenue for both patients and staff to experience the therapeutic principals and applications of essential oils. KG has been very instrumental with educating the staff about essential oils. Thank you KG.”
~Linda McGwire, RN, BSN, HNC-B

“The importance of scent has long been underestimated. Studies have repeatedly demonstrated that smells alone can stimulate amazing reactions in the body. One aroma may enhance memory while another assuages anxiety. Any systematic approach to wellness should include multi-sensory stimuli and I can think of no one better to teach aromatherapy than KG Stiles. Her 30 years of experience combined with her compassionate passion to assist and facilitate the personal growth and wellness of all is unsurpassed! It is without hesitation that I recommend KG’s Aromatherapy consulting, training and mentoring services.”
~Eldon Taylor, Ph.D., FAPA
New York Times Bestselling Author of
Choices and Illusions and Mind Programming

KG takes olfaction to a deeper level of understanding and effectively teaches us how we may heal using aroma through inhalation. As KG Stiles cites, Hippocrates said, “There is a remedy for everything to be found in Nature,” and KG’s instruction in formulations for face, and skin rejuvenation, relaxation and self care, as well as health and wellness treatments are well worth the price of admission. I highly recommend KG’s consulting, training and mentoring services to all who are interested in holistic curing and the way that aromatherapy can be applied as an effective Mind Body technique.”
~John L. Turner, MD
Neurosurgeon & Author of Medicine, Miracles and Manifestations: A Doctor’s journey Through the Worlds of Divine Intervention, Near-Death Experiences and Universal Energy.

“KG has offered a detailed, fascinating exploration of aromatherapy and the effects these subtle yet powerful substances have on our physiology and emotions. I highly recommend anyone interested in this field to check out her aromatherapy training, mentoring and consulting services.”
~Dr. Steven Farmer
Best-selling Author of
Earth Magic, Animal Spirit Guides, and Sacred Ceremony

“Scent can be a powerful trigger for healing our memories and associations. KG brings her incredibly thorough and deep knowledge of aroma therapy and neural re-conditioning together to help you learn how to use aromas to heal old issues and re-write your associations to create new stories and paradigms!”
~Ian Blei, Director
Optimized Results and Author of Kind Ambition: Practical Steps to Achieve Without Losing Your Soul

 

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12 thoughts on “How Aromatherapy Works – Healing with Essential Oils

  1. molecules being absorbed by nasal membranes create affects….not the scent themselves. ask any doctor, or anyone whose done drugs. its not magic, its science. its stretched so hippies can feel smart at bed bath and body

  2. When the oils “activate” a region of the brain, what does that actually mean?

    1. Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine agrees with you. In essence he said for every injury or illness there is a remedy to found in nature. Thanks again!

    2. @KG Stiles Thanks, that description does make sense. It does seem very complicated the way everything is interconnected! It sounds like an intricate system. But even not understanding the full workings, I do believe that God gave us plants for medicine and that EO’s are effective, and I’ve seen from experience they work! Thank you again.

    3. Brain science is a very complicated subject and I can only speak in layman’s terms. That said, essential oils are comprised of chemical properties that trigger neuro receptors in the brain like a key switching on a certain neuro chemical response in the brain. The essential oil triggers an electro-chemical / hormonal response. Hope that helps a bit more.

    4. @KG Stiles
      Thanks for replying. That does make sense, I guess I’m still confused as to what the brain regions (hypothalamus/amygdala/etc.) need to function properly and how EO’s supply that need to them. Or are they more similar to “switch activators” that can be used to trigger a specific response? I’m just wondering how they naturally regulate in a balanced way vs. how pharmaceuticals seem to artificially force results that only treat the symptoms. Hope my question makes sense.

    5. It means there is a neuro-receptor response triggered in the brain. Hope that helps! Please let me know if you have more questions. Thanks for watching!

  3. It makes sense that your nose and ability to inhale essential oils can help the body dramatically. 

  4. Nothing is a “cure all” for everything. You might check out Paoli Rovesti’s, a professor at the University of Milan, Italy research conducted at several psychiatric clinics with essential oils showing benefits for depression, anxiety and hysteria. Research suggests Bergamot has balancing effect on hypothalamus gland activity, seat of more intense emotions ie terror, rage. What’s wrong with placebo effect in this modern day of Body Mind and Energy Medicine? Appreciate our exchange. All the best.

  5. Okay had a look around, and looks like some scents (lavender, geranium, chamomile etc.) can temporarily lower BNST anxiety, might be good coupled with other procedures. But for the claim that Aromatherapy is an efficacious remedy for anything (particularly depression claims), there is very little evidence. Flowers smell good to attract bees, not to heal humans of mental illness. Unfortunate, because would be a really nice easy solution, but isn’t really much there besides placebo. Good day!

  6. Peer-reviewed articles are published reputable medical journals (Google it) ie Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital one of largest # certified aromatherapists on staff conducted controlled research study examined conclusively effects aromatherapy on relief work-related stress (ICU) nurses conducted on 14 ICU nurses over 42 nursing shifts. Nurses given Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), and Clary Sage (Salvia sclarea). Over 57 percent involved in study reported decrease perceived stress levels.

  7. Post one academic, peer-reviewed article from a reputable medical journal which endorses aromatherapy. Please leave your quackery at the door, let’s move in to the 21st century responsibly.

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