Young Living Essential Oils

Essential oils are some of the oldest and most powerful therapeutic agents known. Most people today are unaware that they have an impressive, multimillennium-long history of use in healing throughout the world. Dozens of essential oils are cited repeatedly in Judeo-Christian religious texts and records show they were used to treat virtually every ailment known to man. Frankincense, myrrh, lotus, cedarwood, and sandalwood oils were widely used in ancient Egyptian purification and embalming rituals. Other oils, like cinnamon, clove, and lemon, were highly valued as antiseptics hundreds of years before the development of today's synthetic medicines.

With the advance of antibiotics and prescription drugs, natural therapeutic agents, especially essential oils, have been largely overlooked. Only during the last decade have essential oils begun a resurgence in popularity in the United States, as their broad-spectrum antibacterial and therapeutic action is rediscovered by many researchers and health-care professionals. No doubt part of the reason essential oils have been slow to emerge- especially in the United States -- is because they were heavily extended and adulterated for commercial use, destroying their therapeutic biochemistry and making them useful only as air-freshening or flavoring compounds.

In their pure state, essential oils are some of the most concentrated natural extracts known, exhibiting significant and immediate antiviral, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and hormone-balancing effects. In clinical practice, they have been shown to have a profound influence on the central nervous system, helping to reduce or eliminate pain, release muscle tension, and provide strong emotional uplift.

Even though they are many times more potent than natural herbs, essential oils -- unlike prescription drugs -- very rarely generate any negative side effects. This carries profound implications for those wanting to maintain or regain their health quickly and naturally.

About 20 years ago I was introduced to Young Living Essential Oils. This company was founded by D. Gary Young, who began a quest for natural healing to regain his own health after a logging accident. He is one of the pioneers in researching, cultivating, and distilling therapeutic essential oils in North America. He has spent decades conducting clinical research on the ability of essential oils to combat disease and improve health, with remarkable research results that have now been documented. He has also developed new methods of application from which thousands of people have benefited, especially his integration of therapeutic grade essential oils with dietary supplements and personal care products.

Young Living Essential Oils, as well as a wealth of health information, is available at www.youngliving.com. Although it is a network marketing company, you can buy products as a customer with no obligation or monthly commitment. If you are interested in becoming a distributor, Young Living offers an opportunity to make excellent residual income each month.

As a massage therapist, I use the oils for aromatherapy and apply them directly on my clients. Besides the single oils, Young Living makes numerous blends for both physical and emotional issues. And there are wonderful reference books to know what oils are used for each ailment, so I don't have to memorize the information.

I am very proud to be affiliated with Young Living. I have not found another company that has better integrity, quality, or vision than Young Living Essential Oils, and I invite you to explore what it has to offer you and your family. Visit www.youngliving.com and browse through the multitude of products. When you see one that interests you, click on it and learn how it can enhance your life.

If you would like to order products and want the price discount and earning potential that distributorship offers, please use my distributor name and number as your sponsor:

Carol Krause - Distributor number 50520