Essential Oil Classes Are Informative And Inspirational
Essential oil classes teach students how essential oils are obtained, how to diffuse them, how to use the oils in their home, how to use combinations of essential oils for personal care or to prepare specific applications. They will learn to use the oils both topically and internally in a safe and effective way to balance energy, lift the spirit, increase relaxation, and enhance concentration.
As part of essential oil classes, students will learn Raindrop Therapy (RT), which is one of the safest, non-invasive, techniques available, and is an invaluable tool to promote healing within using topically applied essential oils on the body. Essential oil classes teach students how the oils can be used to support the musculoskeletal, circulatory, endocrine, respiratory and immune systems; support brain health; help maintain a healthy weight; support emotional and spiritual health, and to make non-toxic household cleaning products.
Essential oils are highly concentrated plant derivatives obtained from shrubs, trees, flowers, roots, herbs, fruit rinds and more. When distilled properly, the oils contain many different useful compounds. Essential oils have been used since the earliest times for making cosmetics and soothing ointments. Today they have many uses in the pharmaceutical industry to manufacture pills, powders, suppositories, medicinal cakes and salves and in aromatherapy.
Anyone and everyone can benefit from essential oil classes. My classes at Whole Life Center in Kansas City are enhanced with the use of Young Living essential oils. They are nature’s living energy. There are 4 categories of essential oils, each having different qualities, which are:
- Grade A – Therapeutic Grade, made from organically grown plants and distilled at low temperatures. 100% Pure. Unadulterated. No added synthetics or ingredients. Represents a very small margin of Essential Oils in the marketplace.
- Grade B – Natural Grade. May be labeled organic or therapeutic, however, may have added ingredients to enhance aroma or volume. May contain synthetics, pesticides, fertilizers, chemical extenders, or carrier oils.
- Grade C – Perfume Grade or Synthetic. Often contain adulterating chemicals. They usually use solvents, for example, hexane, to gain a higher yield of oil per harvest. Solvents can be cancerous and are in many store-bought oils. They may also be diluted 80-95 percent with alcohol. Because there are no labeling regulations, some may be inaccurately labeled as “pure” or “therapeutic.”
- Grade D – “Floral Waters” – Aromatic only and is usually a byproduct of Grade A distillation. After all the oil is pulled out, the leftover trash water is sold to companies which will fill 5 percent of the bottle with this “leftover trash water”, fill the rest with carriers, and label it “pure”. Often used in hair and skin beauty products. Contains minimal essential oils. Often synthetic or adulterated.
All of Young Living’s essential oils are Grade A, therapeutic and organic, and are unmatched in quality and are very potent. Young Living‘s oils are expertly extracted from the most potent part of a plant. Distillation methods include cold pressing, resin tapping, and steam distillation, to name a few.
A gift of Essential Oil Classes and essential oils are the perfect gift. Sharing the gift of natural health and well-being with your friends, family and relatives show thoughtfulness and indicate a nurturing spirit. You can’t fail when you gift someone with essential oil classes and now is the ideal time to register in time for holiday gift gifting. For more information about essential oils or to register for essential oil classes contact: