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I've used aromatherapy personally for many years now. The very first time I smelled organic essential oils, I was hooked. I didn't even know then that essential oils could cross the blood/brain barrier. All I knew was that I felt the effects almost instantly.

I can't remember which oil I smelled ... maybe rosemary. If you ever need an instant pick-me-up to your mental processes, take a whiff of rosemary essential oil. Wow. I read about a study they did which showed sniffing rosemary before an exam helped students score higher on the test. Rosemary essential oil has also proven helpful to those who are attempting to kick drug addiction. However, rosemary is not suggested as replacement for counseling or drug addiction therapy you may also need.

I love applying essential oils topically as well as adding to my bath and using around the house for their antibiotic, antibacterial and antiviral properties. However, I learned that purity is a BIG factor in how well a medicinal application of essential oils will work so I avoid EO's with additives when using for medicinal properties.

Organic essential oils are most definitely better when it comes to aromatherapy supplies. I highly recommend using only pure, organic essential oils. A few EO's I always have in my natural first aid kit are tea tree oil, oregano and peppermint. I find so many uses for these three that I'm just never without them.

Looking for Organic Essential Oils?
One source for organic aromatherapy oils is Bliss Oils. They offer a starter pack of organic essential oils that would be a good choice for trying their product line.

Health Disclaimer: If you are allergic to any particular herb, you may wish to patch test any essential oil extracted from that herb. Aromatherapy and the use of essential oils are not presented as substitute for medical attention.

Many essential oils have soothing and calming properties and may be helpful for muscle pain, stiffness and other pain issues. A lot of EO's additionally have natural antioxidant, antiviral, antibacterial or antifungal properties.

The use of essential oils is not presented as replacement for any needed medical testing, evaluation or treatment. That being said, they do cross the blood/brain barrier so their inherent healing properties are received by the body quicker than almost any other medium of delivery.