How to Use Essential Oils

Uses, Application Tips, Benefits, and Studies

How to Use Essential Oils for Self-Care

By accessing the acupuncture meridian system, you too can tap into the body’s wisdom to find the oils that will support your body the best. The Body-Feedback system provides guidance to find imbalances that hinder the natural regenerative process along with solutions to support overall health.

Michelle Meramour teaches Body-Feedback techniques for self-healing that come from the traditional Chinese medicine system, which is over 5,000 years old. This ancient civilization relied upon pressing on the body to figure out possible causes that compromised health and the solutions for self-healing.

Taking charge of your own health requires an understanding of your body’s needs. Using the Body-Feedback testing techniques, you can decide how each essential oil or blend will affect you before using it. This section on How to Use Essential Oils combines the latest research on essential oils with the ancient Body-Feedback techniques for a well-rounded approach to choosing essential oils for self-care.

How to Use Essential Oils provides the following information for each essential oil listed below:

  • Physical benefits of individual essential oils
  • Emotional benefits of individual essential oils
  • Application tips and information the corresponding Body-Feedback areas and acupuncture meridians
  • Peer-reviewed studies on each individual essential oil, including National Institutes of Health

 

 

For a deeper understanding of how to support your acupuncture meridian system and recover your health by using Body-Feedback muscle testing techniques to choose the best foods, supplements, and essential oils, please combine this information with Michelle’s first book in her Meramour’s Guide to series:

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O – Z Essential Oils 

  • Orange Essential Oil
  • Oregano Essential Oil
  • Palmarosa Essential Oil
  • Peppermint Essential Oil
  • Rosemary Essential Oil
  • Sandalwood Essential Oil
  • Spearmint Essential Oil
  • Tangerine Essential Oil
  • Tea Tree (see Melaleuca)
  • Thyme Essential Oil
  • Wintergreen Essential Oil
  • Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

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