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Thermal Imaging Validates Pain Relief

Wednesday, 20 May 2015 1:54:42 PM Australia/Sydney

Our RESEARCH PAPER demonstrates proof that BE RELIEVED - A Calming Blend for Pain & Inflammation and BE SPORT - A Stimulating Blend for Pain & Inflammation have a demonstrable effect on the management of pain in the human body as validated by Digital Infrared Thermal Imaging.

http://www.aroma.com.au/media/wysiwyg/blog/Full_Research_Paper_.pdf

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What are varicose veins?

Friday, 13 February 2015 10:57:47 AM Australia/Sydney

Some essential oils such as cypress, lemon, lavender, juniper, geranium and rosemary can assist in the treatment of varicose veins. This is because they are considered venous decongestants, circulatory stimulants and they have an astringent action.

Varicose veins are the result of weakness of the valves inside the veins that allow the blood to flow back to the heart leading to blood accumulating in the veins, stretching them and causing varicosities. Often accompanied by dull, nagging aches and pains. Swellings, sore legs, leg cramps and feelings of heaviness in the legs are also characteristic of varicose veins. Generally they are not considered harmful if the vein is near the surface but it does make them cosmetically unappealing.

BE Lite for Cellulite can assist in the maintenance of peripheral circulation and contains cypress. Use only gently, upward, light strokes when applying the massage oil. Work up the legs from the feet towards the heart. Individuals with varicose veins have a decreased ability to break down fibrin. The result is that fibrin is deposited in the tissues near the varicose veins. The skin becomes hard and lumpy due to the presence of fibrin and fat.

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What is an expectorant

Friday, 13 February 2015 10:30:54 AM Australia/Sydney

Expectorants promote the discharge of phlegm and mucus from the bronchopulmonary mucous membrane. The
stimulating action on the bronchi makes coughing easier, thus encourage the natural eliminatory response that
brings bronchial secretions and other airborne matter up to the throat.

The expectorant effect of certain essential oils such as aniseed, angelica, basil, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger,
hyssop, pine, eucalyptus, fennel, sweet marjoram, rosemary, thyme, myrrh and frankincense. and their constituents has
been traditionally utilised in chest rubs and inhalations to improve bronchial secretion and reduce bronchial spasms.
BE Relieved helps with pain and inflammation and some of its essential oils have expectorant properties that might also
be of help if you are feeling a little ‘chesty’.

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Natural Pain Relief

Friday, 24 October 2014 11:55:24 AM Australia/Sydney

From the moment of our birth we deal with the sensation of pain in one form or another.  Pain is an indication of an inflammatory process that alters the condition of any tissue area where it takes place (a problem not solved by mere pain killers).  Even discomfort can be a sign of blocked circulation and a process of degeneration. 

Most times, pain can be quickly and easily relieved naturally (without pharmaceutical pain killers) by dealing with the inflammation and encouraging the removal of any (toxic) excess fluids, thereby returning the tissues to the same state that they were in before any tissue injury.

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How to keep your skin healthy and younger looking without resorting to surgery

Wednesday, 15 October 2014 12:07:16 PM Australia/Sydney

Massage your face for an anti-aging effect using aromatherapy essential oils as facial massage relieves tension, promotes relaxation and restores energy to your face and body by increasing circulation.

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Aromatherapy essential oils for skincare

Friday, 10 October 2014 3:24:18 PM Australia/Sydney

How to keep your skin healthy and younger looking without resorting to surgery

 If you are driven by the desire for healthy, great-looking skin, regardless of age and want to achieve healthy and younger skin naturally without resorting to surgery or a lot of expensive creams essential oils might be just the thing for you according to an article in Natural News on 8th October 2014: “They are just as effective as many commercial products and can give you the results you want without spending a ton of money or trying more invasive procedures like Botox.”

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Did you know?

Wednesday, 30 July 2014 10:58:25 AM Australia/Sydney

Plants store essential oils either in external secretory structures, which are found on the surface of the plant, or internal secretory structures, which are found inside the plant material. In plants that have an external secretory structure you just have to lightly touch them and the aroma will be imparted on to your skin whereas in plants with internal secretory structures you may need to break the leaf or seed in order to get to the aroma/essential oil.

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Paracetamol is no better than a placebo for lower back pain

Wednesday, 30 July 2014 10:53:43 AM Australia/Sydney

A study recently published in The Lancet showed no differences in the number of days to recover – in other words there was no benefit from using paracetamol as the first-choice pain killer for lower back pain.  According to Doctor Christopher Williams from the George Institute for Global Health at the University of Sydney “The results suggest we need to reconsider the universal recommendation to provide paracetamol as a first-line treatment for lower back pain.”

Why not use BE Relieved or BE Sport to help ease the pain and inflammation of lower back pain?  Essential oils quickly penetrate the skin and enter the blood stream helping the body to self-heal much faster.

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What does Colloidal mean?

Wednesday, 30 July 2014 10:49:53 AM Australia/Sydney

Colloidal Silver
Silver has been recorded through history as a natural antibiotic and a preventative and treatment for disease. Ancient Greeks and Romans must have known something because they put silver in their urns to protect themselves and in the middle ages, traditional Chinese medicine used silver to fight infection and disease.  In India’s Ayurvedic medicine silver is prescribed to build strength and character.

Ancient Egyptians used silver “scalpels”.  Crusader knights shared and drank from silver cups reputed to prevent the spread disease. Some people used silver cutlery over gold, for health, and were said to be born with “a silver spoon in their mouth.”  And silver coins were placed in milk and were also cooked into the Christmas Pudding as it was thought to prevent spoil.  And as hard as it is to believe not so long ago doctors used silver when needing to hold bones together and in surgery for covering holes in the skull.

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How to naturally minimise and deal with the symptoms of colds and flu?

Friday, 25 July 2014 11:37:56 AM Australia/Sydney

Healthy eating, exercise, sleep, stress and Vitamin D levels are all factors that should be addressed to keep you well this flu season.  Vitamin D is also known to have a direct immune-modulating effect on CD8 T cells. A study published in 2010 proposed that deprivation of sunlight and vitamin D at higher latitudes worsens CD8 T-cell deficiency. Lack of Vitamin D is responsible for Rickets, a childhood disease which slows long bone growth, Osteomalacia, a bone-thinning disorder which occurs in adults and Osteoporosis, a condition characterized by brittle bones and loss of calcium including other chronic health problems such as High Blood Pressure, Depression, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), Cancer, Periodontal Disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Chronic Pain Syndrome.

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Balanced Essentials

Balanced Essentials is an Australian-owned aromatherapy company devoted to health and wellbeing, using the highest quality therapeutic essential oils in its extensive range of natural products for the face and body.

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