Helping families to fight viruses and bacteria with the use of nature. EsAre you or your family are prone to picking up any & all bacteria here are a few tips to help you get through the day! Help yourself by adding these essential oils to your diffuser or rub a few drops into your hands are using public facilities, at the office or even at school. Strep or Pneumonia can easily wreak havoc on your health system and can spread like wild fire when poorly controlled within the home. When your immune system becomes weakened you can catch or share these viruses often enough that sooner or later even the antibiotics can become ineffective.
Keep these therapeutic essential oils year round to help keep the Bugs & Bacteria away!
Lemon & Eucalyptus Essential Oils: are effective in fighting off bacteria that causes infections such as Staph(ylococcus) Strept(ococcus) or Pneumonia and
more. Eucalyptus oils can help you stay focused and alter during the day; they
trigger the release of hormones via aromatherapy to lift your mood, energize and
perform more effectively during your work day!
Tea Tree Oil: There are many oils available that have healing properties such as antibacterial, antiviral, and are antimicrobial. Tea Tree is one of the few that can be applied directly to the skin without diluting. 2004, a scientific review examined the Tea Tree oil's ability to kill bacteria; it was found that it may be used as an adjunctive treatment for wounds,
Oregano Oil: Discovered in Ancient Greece, Oregano was used to cook with, it was also used to heal wounds in those days. A recent study conducted out of Georgetown University and published in Science Daily that determined the oils ability as an effective germ killing treatment as well as being able to help with sinus congestions and symptoms of the common cold.
Grapefruit Oil: A highly effective natural antibiotic with the ability to fight a host of common infections. Scientists tests drops of grapefruit extract for the presence of anti bacterial properties comparable to manmade antibiotics.
Thyme Oil: This is an antibacterial, antispasmodic, antiseptic, and contains calming properties. In a University of Tennessee evaluated the oils effectiveness against bacteria in milk and salmonella found that it's “nanoemulsions” may be an excellent option for protecting the body from harmful bacteria by using it as an antimicrobial preservative for food.
With many more essential oils available on the market you have an extensive selection of healing oils to help you and your loved ones. Should you have any additional question or suggestions for Team MMS please do send the our way!