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Ylang-Ylang essential oil is traditionally used to balance your heart functions, normalize your high blood pressure and calm a heart beat that is beating rapidly. It is steam distilled from flowers which are picked early in the morning to maximize oil yield.
Essential oils can be used for the specific condition listed and are not designed to be comprehensive or complete, they are merely a starting point, so a combination of oils or another oil not listed here can be just as effective in treating high blood pressure.
You will love the scent of this oil. At its initial application the smell is strong but it mellows into a heavenly scent. You should try it.
Regulates heartbeat, anti-inflammatory, anti-parasitic, anti-diabetic and anti-spasmodic. The main uses are for hypertension, cardiac arrhythmia, cardiac problems, anxiety, depression and even hair loss.
Yang-Ylang essential oil balances male and female energies, enhances your spiritual attunement, combats anger, restores confidence and peace.
Use sparingly if you have low blood pressure.
Declining hormones signal old age and essential oils enhances the ability of hormones and other medicines to penetrate your skin and enter your blood stream.
Hormones that increases with age such as cortisol can contribute to many age-related chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, abdominal obesity and blood sugar imbalances.
Lowering your cortisol levels not only increase immunity but also increases insulin sensitivity and enhances fat metabolism.
Ylang-ylang is one of the ingredients in Prenolone + that boosts estrogen, progesterone and DHEA levels. Designed for people who either have inadequate results with Progessence or Prenolone, or have deficient levels of estrogen, Progesterone, and DHEA or testosterone.
As we age hormone imbalances contributes to chronic diseases, so using hormone replacement therapy using natural natural hormones - not synthetic analogues or look-alikes - in a cream application for transdermal absorption may be the best solution for reducing risk of chronic diseases.
Dr. John R. Lee, MD and researcher of Harvard University states that natural progesterone is very well absorbed through the skin, forty to seventy times more efficiently than if you take it by mouth.
A cautionary note is before commencing on any regimen of natural progesterone, pregnenolone or DHEA supplementation you should have your hormone levels tested and evaluated by a health care professional or a reliable laboratory which specializes in saliva hormone test.
It is critical that any deficiencies be correctly identified before supplementation is initiated. ZRT Laboratories offers affordable, accurate at-home testing of these hormones:
ZRT Labs can be contacted at (503) 466-2445.
Progesterone, DHEA, Estradiol, Estrone, Estriol, Testosterone and Melatonin.
Increase your intake of magnesium which acts as a smooth-muscle relaxant, acting as a natural calcium channel blocker for your heart, lowering your blood pressure and dilating your heart blood vessels.
Use therapeutic-grade Hawthorne berry extracts, tincture or herb. They are powerful cardiovascular support.
Apply topically messaging 1 to 2 drops of Aroma Life and Ylang-Ylang for three minutes to your foot bottom, wrist areas, crease of elbows, over your heart Vita Flex point and over your heart, and carotid arteries along your neck.
These oils are a great complement to your blood pressure treatment and should be applied as suggested above. Also monitor your blood pressure to see how this treatment is working.
Remember to keep this oil well away from your eye area, never put them directly into your ears, do not handle contact lenses or rub your eyes with essential oils on your fingers.
Even in minute amounts many essential oils may damage your contacts and can irritate your eyes.
What essential oils are you using on a daily basis and what results have you experienced?
Looking forward to your comments.
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