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Medicinal aromatherapy - the use of pungent essential oils from plants to treat ailments - is utilized worldwide. Essential oils are liquid substances found in plants, and are the by-product or end result of plant metabolism. They are made by nature, forming the basis for biological activity and life. Essential oils have antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties, to name a few. They are used in the treatment of infections, respiratory conditions, for improving immune response, balancing the nervous system, assisting psychological and hormonal imbalances, and more. Essential oils may be used by inhalation, and topically to effectively treat a wide range of health problems. A series of chemical reactions, initiated by the essential oil stimulation, effects a physical or emotional change in the body. Essential oils are safe when properly used, practical, and quick acting.

The essential oil industry is divided into two markets: commercial and medicinal. Commercial oils are used by the flavor and fragrance industries. These oils - utilized primarily in personal care products - are inferior in quality to essential oils used in medicinal aromatherapy, and should not be used for therapeutic purposes. Medicinal essential oils are used by those interested in healthcare and contain only those substances provided directly from nature by specific plants. For health and healing, medicinal oils must be unaltered and genuine. They should be as close to their natural state as possible. Key constituents must be present at medicinal levels and must be in proper proportion to their other constituents for optimal effectiveness. Energique® essential oils are supplied by reputable distillers from around the world. They may be used medicinally with confidence as they are genuine, unaltered, uncut, and free from pesticides and synthetic substances. They have not been diluted or blended with carrier oils.

Aromatherapy is an increasingly popular therapy for a wide range of conditions. It is practiced by professional clinical aromatherapists in hospitals and clinics, and the demand for aromatherapy is growing rapidly.