What Are Essential Oils That Build Immunity?

08 Aug 2018 13:11
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There are many essential oils that build immune system. Aromatherapy is a safe, natural, proven way in which to help build our immune system. They also give an extra boost of energy, and help to purify the body of chemical toxins.

Our immune system is consist of a group of cells and organs that act together to defend the body against foreign invaders that may cause disease such as bacteria, viruses and fungi. The health of the body is depend on the immune system's ability to recognize and then repel or destroy these invading micro-organism.

Now, our modern lifestyles is not very healthy. We have some of the poorest eating habits,environmental pollution is growing, we are stressed out and it's no wonder we are seeing more new viruses that be impacted of chemical pollution. Let's just say our immune system is being challenged.

Stress is a major culprit in the breakdown of the immune system. Research has shown that serious depression can decrease a person immunity and open up to infection.

If our immune system fail to fight against virus or bacteria. it can lead to infection such as herpes simplex infection, chicken pox, allergies, fungal infections, infectious disease such as measles, rubella, glandular fever, or HIV.

Which essential oils that build immune system?

Antibiotic and bactericidal, for fighting bacteria infection: basil, eucalyptus, lemon, lemongrass, myrrh, neroli, niaouli, palmarosa, tea tree, rose.

Antiviral for fighting viral infection such as cold and flu: eucalyptus, lavender, palmarosa and tea tree

Cytophylactic, for increasing the activity of white cell blood cells are: frankincense, geranium, neroli, rose

Detoxifying, for helping cleanse the blood of impurities: fennel, juniper, lavender

Fungicidal, for fighting fungal infections: atlas cedarwood, lavender, lemongrass, myrrh, patchouli, tea tree

Vulnerary, for healing wounds: bergamot, chamomile, eucalyptus, frankincense, geranium, lavender, myrrh, niaouli, rosemary.

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