Ancient oils have an interesting reputation. They sometimes are in use as a room deodorizer, bath relaxer and even as a sleep aid. For some people, they are a cure-all non-medicine. For others, it is all pseudoscience.
However, the effectiveness of ancient oils isn’t placebo. It depends on well-researched science. People have known the therapeutic properties of essential oils, or ancient oils, for hundreds of years. People in the ancient period had been using them to cure whatever condition they had and cure them they had. They had been successful in treating colds, sore throats, insect bites, skin infections, fever and more.
That was before modern technology could bring chemicals to medicines. It’s just now that we rely so much on pharmaceutical drugs to cure us of the slightest ailment. And because we depend on them so much, we build resistance from them.
Don’t miss the 5 Wedding Trends for Your 2018 Wedding Décor
Ancient oils don’t have the same adverse effects as antibiotics from drugstores. They are all-natural and have diverse medical and industrial applications. You can add them to your daily creams or fragrance burner if you need external application. On the other hand, depending on what essential oil you are using, you can add them to your food and drinks.
Essential oils are more than just mediocre medicines. They have proven to be effective and strong in curing and preventing diseases.
Find more information about essential oils and superbugs in the infographic below by MikesGearReviews.com.