Did you know that essential oils can help with pain relief? They can! And we have a special complimentary webinar just for that. Join us September 6 at 7 p.m. EST to learn more about how to stop pain with nutritional and essential oils. By registering for this online event, you will receive 2 complimentary CE credits.
What are essential oils?
For many people dealing with chronic pain, changes in the diet are necessary to de-flame the body. In this online course, we will look at some basics to assist the healing process. Essential oils are a very valuable tool to hasten healing in the body because they contain many properties. For example, lavender is analgesic and anti-inflammatory. They pack a powerful punch in small amounts. By changing the frequency in the body, the body can do what it was designed to do, heal.
Essential oils are chemicals that give a plant its essence and contribute to a plant’s scent or flavor. You might have a friend or family member that posts about selling essential oils. You might have even heard of several companies that offer them as well. The use of essential oils continues to pop up in yoga studios, health food stores and other areas.
How do essential oils help?
Essential oils can be used to help with a variety of ailments, can be applied to the skin or even ingested in some instances. There are several types of essential oils that are thought to help ease the symptoms of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD).
For example, peppermint and lavender are often used to reduce pain and inflammation associated with TMD. You can apply lavender to the skin to ease pain, stress and anxiety. Topical peppermint can also be used to relieve muscle aches, tension headaches and upset stomachs.
If you have questions about how to use essential oils contact Dr. Mayoor Patel or join us at our online event Tuesday, September 6 at 7 p.m. EST by registering here.