Ancient Secrets of Essential Oils (full movie) - Secretele Antice ale Uleiurilor Esentiale (film)
Essential. Oils, they're all the rage these days more. And more people are five passing, the pharmacy, in favor of something else essential. Oils. Yeah but many are now swearing, by the therapeutic, health benefits, from these plant-based, oils after, trying a natural, home remedy, one by the way that is surging, in popularity lately. The truth is that oil has hundreds, of compounds in, it and. So if somebody asks, you what. Will that oil do you can give them a quantum physics answer and say. What do you want it to do because. It's just a packet of possibilities. You. In. 1999. I was introduced, to these essential. Oils. Although. I had been, interested, in theology and the read the Bible all my life I really, just read right over the parts of the Bible on oils, I didn't. Even know that frankincense. And myrrh were. Oils. When. You get into quantum physics, you, realize that our mind and our thoughts and our intentions, are. Impugned. Upon, physical, matter and, we. Know know that your. Thoughts and intentions influence. The effects of oils, and so, quantum physics, becomes a fundamental science, in understanding, how they oels work in quantum. Physics light. Can be manifested. As a continuous. Wave or, can manifest as a stream, of discrete. Particles, called photons well. When we measure light as a series, of particles. Or we can measure it as a continuous. Wave we. Know what it is at the time we measure it but what was it on its way to where, we picked it up you, know like if a light starts over here and you pick it up over there what. Is it in between. So. They decided, that, light when. It's in flight and it's on its way to either your eye or, some other measuring, device, it's. Neither it's not even light it's. Just a packet of probabilities. We. Have to look upon oils in the, same manner now, somebody asked you what will an oil do you can say well that's, oregano. And it's got phenyl, propane aids in it and it does various things and you can give them a chemical answer that would be a good answer but, the truth is that oral has hundreds, of compounds in it and so if somebody asks you what. Will that all do you can give them a quantum physics answer and say. What do you want it to do because. It's just a packet of possibilities. And. It's going to manifest certain, possibilities for, you it'll manifest different, ones for me and. Different ones for somebody, else what, decides, what possibilities, are manifest, is, your intention, and so, out of that packet of possibilities. We. Make decisions. On an, unconscious, or conscious level, that, pulls, out of that oil certain. Things to happen, and. That's why prayer works, so. Well with the oils and where they all work so well with prayer what's. Absolutely fascinating. Is today you can, understand, how. These oils, do work on a molecular level. And. That's really where my fascinations. Come in and, what I'm trying to do today when I traveled. The world and, I teach about essential oils is really, to take. This, information. That is coming out by the day now and because. It's pretty complicated when you talk about epigenetics. And transcription, factors and how it changes the DNA and RNA and all, the kind of stuff in your cells to, kind of take that and, explain, it in a language that everybody, would understand, the, essential, oil basically what, we get is a mixture of components it's. Not a single. Organic, compound, it has a mixture of components, that imparts. In most cases of placenta, aroma. We. Know I talked about the King's medicine, cabinet, and essential, oil is being superior to prescription, drugs because they're, all-natural and, they were created, to work with our body you know prescription. Drugs are, today, the third leading killer in America literally. Millions, of people are dying from. The side effects across the globe from, medications. How. Do you essential oils work, because. The oils are composed, of very, tiny molecules. And because, the membranes, and our bodies are oily, and because, even our skin has got oils on it they can penetrate skin, and. Once they're inside the body they can travel through, the, lymphatic. System through, the circulatory, system they. Can follow nerve pathways, you can put essential, oils on the soles of your feet like, peppermint something, you can taste just wait a few minutes and pretty soon you'll taste that peppermint on your tongue those oil molecules will have worked all the way up through your body. There's. Two, basic kinds of oils, there's, the essential, oils that are. In a plan and, they circulate, in a plant right through cell walls and, back out again and serve. Many, life-preserving. Functions, for the plants because, of their mobility and ability, to penetrate down. To cellular, levels and back again so they bring nutrition. And various kinds of information to the cells of the plant carry waste products, out plants.
Also Produce another kind of oil it's found only in their seeds their, bigger molecules, and they don't move they, stay in the seed and they. Will stay there through the life of the plant and never used by the plant what they're used for is in the next generation when, a plant seed. Begins to sprout. Plants. Have to be able to make their own food and they can't do that until they have a root system and a stem system and through photosynthesis. Create, sugars, and starches and, proteins as, they need and so there's a little gap in there when the first sprouts, when it doesn't have any of those things so, the plant lives off of the oil in that seed until it, can make its own food so. Plants produce the seed oil for, the next generation, not for themselves and we press those oils out of the seeds and we call them vegetable, oils but, those aren't the healing oils because they do not have, the capability. Of penetrating. Your skin or. Passing, the blood-brain, barrier, or. Addressing. Issues, at, a cellular level, the. Essential oils can do that they. Can work like hormones, and regulate. Your endocrine system they, can, support, your digestive, system they. Can support your nervous system they're also very, effective. Against, bacteria and. Viruses. And the fact that they work at a cellular level is, wonderful, because that's really where all disease begins, and that's where it has to be resolved. Molecular. Shapes and, sizes of the molecules, of essential, oils are so compatible with, our human, body and, that they fit the receptor, sites on the cells so perfectly, and knowing, that humans, were not the first ones being created, this planet, plants. Came first and the Orioles came first so, to me that means that these oils who fit us so well and were created before we were created, that God was thinking ahead and, thinking of our well-being before he ever created, us so to. Me that means God was already loving us before, he made us god.
Never, Wastes, an opportunity, to use plants, to promote the gospel, and so, a koi a place. Where that's really evident, is in, Genesis chapter 6 verse 4 and it says that and this is God telling Noah to, build an ark and it. Says make, for yourself an ark of gopher, wood or cypress, wood and you. Shall make the Ark with rooms and shall cover it inside, and out with pitch. So, God didn't, even waste an opportunity here. To present the gospel just, by using the, plants that he gave us in the garden. Well. In the case of Mesopotamians. We see a lot of correlation, between how, they treat their patients, and how the worship. Was done the, same oil that's used to, treat deceased people as well as to anoint. The gods there, are certain, correlation, between that but. We see distinct. Preparations. For treating, the disease as, well as worshiping, the God in, the case of Egyptians, they have different, concoctions different, preparations, of the scented, oils but, in the case of Mesopotamians, we see a lot more and in treating diseases. 4th. Millennium BC, so that's 4000, BC it's around the time where the Mesopotamians. Used these scented, oils that predates the early, Egyptians, to some extent, well, you've seen Egyptian, paintings. And you, see the ladies with horns on their head it's thinking about that high and I always thought that was her news but. Actually those were cones, of. Hippopotamus. Fat. That. They've been saturated with, myrrh, they. Didn't wear many clothes in, Egypt because it was so hot and, so. In the morning they would put those cones on their head and as the day. As the heat began to rise throughout, the day they. Would start to melt and, the. Myrrh is a, sunscreen. Not. Only that it's an insect repellant so, as the murder would come down over their bodies in the, heat of the day it would protect them from the Sun and from the insects, they. Were actually, myrrh. In, a fat for. That purpose so in the ancient times different. Civilizations. Used two different techniques, for. Example among. The Egyptians they. Would lay the flowers, or leaves on, the fact and they, expose it to Sun and during, the daytime the facts, would melt and they, will extract, the components. Out of the out, of the plant material and then, it will drip down in basis and they will collect the waste that contains, the melted, fat that, has extracted, all the causing. Compounds, or the fragrant, components, of the plant material it's, called as expressing. The expressing. The essential, oils in a fat or even sometimes wines, in. Other cases what they would do is they will take these fragrant, materials, whatever aether it is the plants, or shrubs or, leaves. Or flowers they, will take that put it in a big pot along with water they'll, boil it and then they will filter the water out, and they, will have a essential. Oil water mixture, and, they have used that also so, in the modern world when. It comes to distillation, we usually credit, Avicenna as being, the. Founder, of modern distillation, and rose oil being the first thing that he distilled but. When you take a look at modern archaeology, which is really cool I love archaeological. Stuff it teaches you all kinds of things about the world there's. A site in Pakistan, where they found some distillation, equipment that's pushing 5,000. Years old so, whether they were actually, separating. The oil from the water the Hydra lot I'm not sure they could have been fragrant. Waters you know Hydra Sol's that they were extracting. They could have been letting them set and then separating, the oils I'm not sure anybody knows that for sure but distillation has been happening for, the better part of five millennia. Most. Of the cases it might be tallow, literature. Evidences, suggest that people used crocodile. Fat since. Crocodile, is pretty abundant, in that region they. Have also used beeswax. In fact there are records, on Egyptian. Hieroglyphs. Such a says that they. Have a standard, beekeeping. Practice, to, get the beeswax, the, main purpose of the beeswax is to extract. The perfumes, out of the plant, material and then, the beeswax, are made into a scented, cones and, the. Scented cones are placed, on the top of kings and queens like in their head and during. The daytime in the heat of the desert what. Happens is that the, cone would melt it's a it's basically a VAX material, containing, perfume, and the cone would melt and it would emit a fragrant, order to, be surroundings.
We. Had the Egyptians, with Cleopatra she. Is still known as having, had. A beautiful, skin and having. Been a beautiful, woman well, we know from the scriptures from the times that she used powderized, frankincense. And myrrh and that. They mixed into paste and she used that in her face I've been a professional model for 27, years and in an effort to try to prolong my career, I started using, anti-aging. Products so if you go to PubMed gov, and you put in into, that search engine. Frankincense. Balsam. Oil or myrrh oil you'll, find that those three oils those three tree resins, from that region would, cause apoptosis, or, cell death, cell. Death to damaged, skin, cells so you're, going to find a bunch of creams, and serums, today, that, have both and frankincense. And myrrh amongst. Other oils in it as ingredients. To support, the skin so. What that means is that if someone has wrinkles someone, has sun damage someone has age spots whatever's. Going on with the skin, those. Wrinkled, or damaged cells can. Be killed off by, these oils, so, that your body can then proliferate, and create new healthy, cells myrrh for example was used in the caravans, when you had liquids, they, would spoil I mean the caravan will go three four weeks to the hot Sun it, was really blistering, hot so, stuff would spoil well, if you added some marine it more as a preservative so as you use it as a preservative for food or liquids you could use it as a preservative for your skin why, are all seemingly. Becoming more, popular, in, today's time. People. Are discovering that the, pharmaceuticals. Are. Not working. Instead, of making them well they often make you more sick you know you end up overcoming. This problem and, acquiring. A side effect which is maybe worse than your problem. Pharmaceuticals. And. Medical practice. In general is designed, for, relieving. Symptoms not, getting to the root cause, of a disease there, were about 400 articles. Recently on, essential. Oil and cancer when, you really drilled it down at the end of the day about 130, of those roughly, hundred and thirty described. Exactly. What. They have seen in genetic, testing and all that what these oils did on the cancer they find out that essential, oils actually address, the roots so we are at the verge of a new understanding what. Natural, medicine, does for the body and how, we can compete, or complement, directly, with what we do with prescription, medicine so, in my search to find what else, would have been used in Scripture especially, during purification, I, had to go to Queen Esther and, in. This verse it says that she was given six months with oil of myrrh and six, months with sweet odors and with other things for the purifying, of the women and so, when, I had, to look into what were those other things because, we know oil of myrrh and we know how that would have been used for beautification. And the purification, of our skin it's, also very soothing for the skin it's, great for all types of skin issues, and so, when you go to the Hebrew text in that sweet, odours and other things one. Word that keeps coming up is balsam, oil now. Boston oil is a tree resin resin and it's from that region but, it was also from the same climate and region as frankincense, so, frankincense, was also, most likely used in those beauty regimens freaking scents myrrh, and then, particularly, balsam. So that's why these oils. Would have been used during this time period and of course that's exactly why I'm going to be using those oils today. Well, the Bible is not a book about oils. It's. A book about God's, a relationship, to the, Israelites.
And The Evo's in the early Christians, and the. Only reason oils, are mentioned in there is because in that part of the world in, the Middle East there what. We call the Holy Land for. Thousands, of years, oils. Was a integral. Part of their life they used them on a daily basis, they used them in their food they. Even baked bread with frankincense, they. Were used in their rituals, in the synagogue, and in the temple, it. Was just a an, everyday thing two, of the best-known essential. Oils are frankincense, and myrrh and. The. Reason for that is because we read about them in the Bible and so. The old story goes that the, three wise men brought baby Jesus precious, metals, and some, essential, oils so the question, is why, would someone bring. Not. More gold or, diamonds or, precious stones that they had at a time why, did they think that frankincense. And myrrh were so precious that the most important, baby ever, born should. Get frankincense, and myrrh. All, of the gifts they brought Jesus the, frankincense, gold, and myrrh were, all very valuable and in fact the most valuable, of those three was the frankincense. Or valuable, pound-for-pound, or, than the gold when. You really think about it at the time - 2,000 years ago probably, 3040, if not 50 percent of babies would die on childhood infections, early childhood infections, a lot of mothers would die after childbirth because they didn't have antibiotics but, the only body except the time were frankincense, and myrrh we. Know today that both, frankincense, myrrh have excellent antifungal. Antiviral antibacterial, properties. So, one. Of the main reasons why you would give such a gift to a newborn, baby was, maybe to preserve the life of that baby. The. Three gifts, looked, after Jesus's, physical. Well-being. His spiritual. Well-being and even. His financial. Well-being with, the gold so, it was a complete, gift for. His whole life and for his family. Babies. Newborn. Babies of kings and priests. Would be anointed, with, frankincense. And so. Naturally, with wise, men coming from the east and then. They knew who, Jesus was and who this child was and that he was to be a king of sorts naturally. He would need some frankincense, to be anointed as a child, and, the. Myrrh came because myrrh, is a companion, to, frankincense, but, MERS more than that oils. Were used for healing, purposes if. You mixed myrrh with the frankincense, it, would go a lot further and so, that you get four times as much healing, out of frankincense, if they mixed it with myrrh so that's why the three wise men brought both of those oils together because. They were really meant to be used together. Myrrh. Has been a companion. To many, oils because of the property, of supporting, whatever they do and make it it lasts longer and more effectively, perfumers. Knew that if you put myrrh with your perfume, the scent would last a lot longer, women. Of those days and Mary knew this Annie Mellie and her culture would know this and if you would take myrrh and put, it on your abdomen after a birth for, six, months to a year, they believe they would take stretch marks away so. When the wise men brought the frankincense tumor. To Jesus and his family they didn't explain what it was far because they didn't need to. Well. Myrrh is the most mentioned, oil of the Bible it, was given at his birth but also it. Was given at the cross before he was crucified they, offered him myrrh in the wine that they offered him and that was done, because the Romans they carried wine everywhere they went because there wasn't any safe drinking, water that was their drink and so at the cross it was customary, for them to offer the victim a drink, of wine which, contained myrrh because, they believed that if you put a little myrrh in the wine you could drink more of it before you became drunk. And then, in his burial Joseph. Of Arimathea and, Nicodemus came to bury him and they brought a supply, of myrrh, to prepare, his body for burial, in. His life there was a couple of times three times actually that he was anointed by a woman, the first time was early in his ministry then. It's in the Book of Luke where, a sinful. Woman from the city it says and he was at a Pharisees, house at the time came, with a bottle of spikenard and, anointed, his feet and washed, his feet with her tears and dried them with her hair, but the ointment contained, myrrh because.
Myrrh Was found, in all of the ointments, of the time and in fact the Greek word for ointment. Is Mila, which is the Greek word also, former, and the ointment so that they had that name of myrrh because, myrrh was automatically, added, to all the ointments, to extend, the action, of the, other oil, so we're in there so when in time you mix myrrh with another oil it would make that orals fragrance, and therapeutic. Action, lasts longer. Later. On in the house of Lazarus, and Mary who, was one of his disciples six days before his crucifixion she, anointed his feet with, myrrh her a rather was by Kennard which was Mila which was myrrh in the ointment, now this is up for debate by some researchers but many researchers believe when, you read spikenard in the Bible they're referencing lavender. Or a very, close cousin, of lavender and there's, a a scripture. In the Bible that I love and it's it just really shows the amazing capacity of love and it's, where Mary, breaks. A bottle of what they call a spike nard and she. Washes Jesus. Feet with her hair and here's, the incredible thing they said that bottle, of lavender. That bottle of that nard was worth a year's wages that's. How valuable essential, oils were in the Bible I mean they were worth as much as the year's income, we're talking about I mean today you, know ten, thousand, dollars for a bottle that's. How valuable these, were. Then two. Days before its curse the FIDE he was in the house of Simon the leper that's, told in the book of Mark in the book of Matthew, and an unknown lady the name earth he Kate's she came and anointed him on his head with. Oil n't precious, ointment of spikenard which. Contained, myrrh as well so. Jesus received, myrrh several, times in his life from birth and, even after his death and even at the cross for, many reasons it was also one, of the oils that you find in the holy anointing oil, in the book of Exodus, it's also found, in the holy incense. Described. In the thirtieth, chapter of, the book of Exodus Mar, was a really fundamental oil, of the Bible the, number one. There's. An incident in the Old Testaments, in the Book of Numbers that, plague was, sweeping, through the Hebrews, already. A hundred and forty thousand, Hebrews had died so. Moses, told Aaron, he, said go up to the tabernacle and bring, a sensor, now a sensor, is a either. Clay, ceramic. Or metal container. That's, fireproof, he said go up there to the altar of the tabernacle, and get some fire, get some coals and, take. Incense. Now this was the holy incense, which, was Gotham, Hanukah, myrrh, and, get that incense, and put it in the sensor and that heat source of the sensor, was, a head it was a higher fireproof, bottom, part and in a shelf, in there where they've put the oils and resins and then that heat source would vaporize him and, you've probably seen this when Catholic, ceremonies, that that's, a sensor so, Moses told him go out among the people because. A plague has be, kind they, referred to it as the wrath of God he. Went out and actually, went to all the tents there was a probably to half a million people out there in a desert there, was Aaron and all of his sons and helpers and they fumigated, every, tent the people would stand in the vapors as, those vapors even, touch their skin it was going the molecules, into their body and the, vapors was actually, soaking, into the walls of the tents sanitizing, everything. The. Plague stopped right then and there there were no more any deaths after that up until World War two you had practices, of fumigation, and so, people in medical wards and churches anytime there are outbreaks people. Were burning herbs you had you know incense essentially, a fumigation they're burning things for the smoke and the, smoke had disinfectant, properties antimicrobial. Properties. And you, can do that now with, essential, oil extracts, as opposed, to. Fumigating. Within a hospital, and I think there's tremendous, potential. In buildings. Not just hospitals but any kind of building because. Not only are they antimicrobial but, you feel better it elevates, your mood to, help moderate, people's, energy. Levels if you look at the origins, of the oils that were used in the, biblical, part, of the world where the old and the New Testament took place, you. Won't find out that most of the oils they used came, from plants. That. Don't grow in that part of the world, but. The reason they had access to them is because if, you're a trader and. You're coming from the Far East and you, want to go to Africa or if you're an African, you want to go to Europe or in Europe you want to go to Africa, you have to go through there that's. The only way less, you cross the Mediterranean so. All the caravans, of the world went. Through the Holy Land and so. All of the oils, being. Traded came, through there and.
So They had access to oils, like, sandalwood. Which came. From India. Spy. Kennard which came from Tibet. Hanukkah. Which was part of the holy incense, which actually, came from Indonesia. Even. Frankincense, and. Myrrh don't, come from the Holy Land and they. Just used them but. They didn't grow there I talked, to people about the importance of the spice trade because I like to eat what's, my food flavoured with spices, you know I like medicine, what, are they built from what are they made from what are they extracted, from spices, you. Know every chemical company on the plan is extracting. Molecules. And and things. That come out of herbs, and spices and things like that and so, I asked people we. Live in America, why, was America how did America get founded why was it founded why did Christopher Columbus, set sail because, he was looking for a shorter route to India for the spice trade the. United States literally, exists, because of the spice trade and things. They, may not have been using and, extracting. Essential oils like we know them today but. They would have been used an incense, they were compounding. Things there were ways, of extracting the materials. And. The spice trade was, vibrant. Back then and it is today and everyone, in the Western Hemisphere you. Know in the new world exists. Because of the spice trade. What. We want to talk about now is the different ways on how you can apply. Use. The essential oils and of, course the original. Ways to do our Roma terapy, that has been done for thousands, of years the problem comes can you ingest. What's when. You go to aromatherapy. School they will tell you never ever consume. Internalize. An essential oil because. It could be life-threatening, well. So, watch my suicide, right now in. Front of the camera. There's, just about three or four drops look. I completely understand, the line of thinking because, there are essential, oz you should never internalize. However. What that line of thinking should also understand, is when you just stay with aromatherapy alone, you're. Missing out on so, much of the world that the essential oils can give us I hear. People, that are really very, very aggressively, defending, the, statement, you should never eat or consume an, essential, oil because it's dangerous to your life guess. What those people go the same day to go to the grocery store they, buy food they buy beverages they, eat it they drink it and they're still alive why. Because, all these foods all, these beverages all the flavors or essential oils so, the FDA has, an entire article, that. Talks about the, oils that they have approved essential, oils for flavoring, of food and beverages. Unfortunately. These aren't typically not natural, pure essential oils they're synthetics, because the, food and beverage companies are trying to save money but. If you think that you never ever consumed, an essential, oil you need to rethink your life because you're eating and drinking them, single day and. You can go let's say in France and you go to the pharmacy and say I will kind of called a hello cough I need, something and they will ask you and say do, you want the pill and, medicine or you want something natural so, I'll say I want something natural they, say do you want an essential oil I say, cool I want an essential oil and they say how. Do you want it I have, capsules, here I have capsules, here and you can buy entire boxes, with prefilled capsule, with essential oils and you, can consume them so, they are used in the culture, and they're still doing very well so now, from the FDA point of view there, is a different, kind of topic that you need to look at it's called labeling so if you label something as, a cosmetic. Act oral, meaning, an aromatic you're, not allowed to ingest it if it's, part, of a supplement, then. You can ingest it I. Use. To, improve athletic, performance. Exercise. Performance, so I used that with professionals, with athletes but as well with people like me that just won't improve the exercise when, you take peppermint and you. Rub. It on your muscles and you inhale it ah you're. Getting more air well, the reason for that is you you're opening your small, Airways, in your lungs so. Therefore you're getting more oxygen and the oxygen will go into blood and now we have Auto oxygen, delivery to your muscles so, that will lead to a, longer, muscle. Contraction, before, you reach what we call a lactic threshold the, lactic threshold is when you don't have enough oxygen and you can produce energy. With your muscles the, muscle will start using a pathway that does not use oxygen we call this anaerobic pathway, and it, will create lactic acid so when you build up a lot of lactic acid in your muscle then, the muscle will quit working so. How easy it is just to use a little bit cut mint and the lactate threshold goes, up and so, I use this for my workout I use this with athletes I use peppermint I use other oils I use, oils, that already prevent the soreness of the muscle when I'm done with the workout I can, workout better I can workout longer, you.
Take One, drop of peppermint in, a glass of water just before you work out your. Grip strength will, increase by 34 percent your. Vertical, jumping will increase 7%, and your long jumping, just out of your standing. Will increase 6%, why is that because you just got more oxygen in your muscle so. I use pepper may not just rub it on my muscle and inhale it I also put one or two drops in my drink, and so I increase my workout, performance. Once. You have a safe all to ingest in your hand, how. Would you ingest it well, I demonstrated. You one way to do that it's just kind of dropping in your toe under your tongue or on your tongue another. Way to do that is to take a glass of water and, then you drop a few drops here and, then you just draw it drinking. Mm-hmm. Now. Another way to do that is to, take little, capsules, this is a little capsule maker just to put the capsule in there and. Just to show you how that works these are vegetable, capsules they empty now, don't try with water because water will dissolve it so but you can use any kind of oil coconut. Oil whatever or an essential, and the, way you would do that you would open that capsule, and. You would take your oil and then, you just kind of fill it up and now you see hopefully so, here I just filled the whole capsule, so I gonna cap that back together tank. Wallah. I have my essential oil capsule, what. Do I do with this I take. My essential, oil infused water. And. I'm healthy there. Is a whole list in the, FDA which one approved one not and if you're a company that sells you your essential oil is very smart, they will go to the energy and to the costs, and the lawyers and the collaboration, with the FDA to label, them so that you as a consumer you know which one you can consume internally. And which one not and, again I absolutely. Agree with the aromatherapy school, with that line of thinking they. Are very on the careful side that's always good to be there, are some essential all you should never ingest, they, have certain. Things in it that your body will not tolerate very well and. Then the last question is what those, can you ingest if you do a few drops of each oil that. Will be fine have, you watched a movie. Commercial, on a drug so, you're sitting there and you're, seeing a grandma playing with the children somebody. Helping building a house for someone who lost a house there's, a voice in the back that, will tell you oh you will die because you live or go for and you will die the most, terrible dad you ever seen but all you'll see is the wonderful mother with the children and the flowers and you don't listen to that voice anymore so, when you take the essential, oil in comparison, to that one drag because now you're giving this mega dose of this drag of course you have all these side effects but. When you take the oil you have all this balance, and so your safety, margin is just absolutely, amazing, it's just humongous if. It's done in a reasonable amount it's. Very very safe you, can read a lot of books out there that forbid. Any internal. Use of oils they say its dangers you should never take them internally, and. Then you read another book says it's okay well. Here's the source of that contradiction. There. Are several. Schools, of thought in schools of practice, with use of oils the. German. School of thinking is that the best way to take the oils is to inhale them and, that's. Good idea because when you inhale them not. Only do they go to the limbic brain where you can deal with emotional, issues but they go in your lungs, and into your bloodstream and they reach every, organ. And cell in your body that way and. Then you have the British school which. Thinks. That oils, are intrinsically, dangerous, they don't recognize any, healing properties, of the oils and they basically recommend. Diluting, essential. Oils down to no. More than two to five percent and, then use it for massage, and they, also believe that it's dangerous to take oils, internally. And. They don't even think an undiluted, oil should be put on your skin, well. Partly that has to do with they. Don't have good oils, most. Oils out there that you will buy and that have a label on them it says an essential, oil or. Maybe only partly essential, oil they, have other things, in them that would be toxic and would be dangerous and should not be taken internally the. British are not careful about what kind of oil they use so they're using inferior grade oils and they for, that reason they have to be careful and, as, we're all of those fears and, cautions.
Come From so, when you see these contradictions, just realize they're in a different world and all. The dangers they talk about they're, not there for what we use but. Then there's another school, of thought and, that's the French school is it, oils, are pretty safe to use any way you want to use them provided. They. Are pure, organic. Properly. Distilled, oils, so. In the French school they take them orally they take them directly on the skin they take them by, holding them in the mouth they, will soak. Right through the lining of your mouth and go straight to the bloodstream that way but. You have to use common sense you don't want to drink a whole bottle of any oil. Too. Much of any thing even, a good thing can, be deadly so. As long as you don't overdo it it's. Safe to take a pure, therapeutic. Grade, oil. You. Why. Are all seemingly. Becoming more popular in. Today's time and I've noticed. The great increase in the, interest in oils, just. In the last 15, years that, I've been acquainted, with them a couple, of reasons for that, people. Are discovering, that the, pharmaceuticals. Are. Not working, instead. Of making them well they often make you more sick you know you end up overcoming. This problem and acquiring. A side effect which is maybe worse than your problem, the beginning to wake up to the fact that. Pharmaceuticals. And medical. Practice. In general is, designed for relieving. Symptoms not, getting to the root cause, of a disease, so. You just simply get, rid of one set of symptoms and you have another, because. You really didn't address the problem, and so. They, find out that essential, oils actually address. The roots, most. Of the diseases, that we have have. Emotional. And spiritual, roots they're, not physical, and, if you treat only the physical side of things and you. Still retain the emotional, unresolved. Problems. Then, you main here's all one illness and just get another we. Have five senses, four. Of those senses, process. Through the cerebrum, up here which. Is your conscious, rational mind but. The nose does not the, nose circumvents. This part of the brain goes under that into. An area, called the limbic. Brain, it's. The emotional, brain it's not rational and fragrance. Goes straight to that part of the brain but. That is the part of the brain that is the librarian. And cataloger, of all of our unresolved. Emotions. So. If you have a traumatic. Experience as. A child or, any time in your life that you don't have the maturity and, understanding, to, process, then, that, emotion. Is stored, in your body those. Experiences, have to be resolved, if we, can't resolve them at the time then the limbic brain says okay we're going to save that for later and it'll put it somewhere in your body let's, say that puts it in your pancreas let's say that's a good place we can put that particular, it's there ten, years later you don't even remember it'll, start malfunctioning. Has, pancreatic. Malfunction. Now, the medical people are going to say that's just a physical problem and they will treat the physical idea but, that doesn't deal with the route now, let's say you don't get it and after. A little bit of hypoglycemia, or. Some problems, in that regard. That's your pancreas. Trying to tell you there's an issue it's here if you, will work and call it up and deal with it it'll go away but, you don't get it and you're not taught that in normal, health classes, or books on medicine. So. When you use the word allergy, it's really funny and the reason is is that when you use the word allergy, it's to a protein, there aren't any proteins. In an essential oil it's a volatile, compound extract. And so there are no true, allergies. To essential oils what you can have is a chemical, sensitivity. And there are a few things to think about here the first off is that when somebody has a chemical sensitivity, it can be a genuine sensitivity, some kind of molecule that they might be highly, sensitive to the, other thing to think about is that no one really goes from zero to sixty people, are usually driving at 59, the needle doesn't break the camel's back it's. Every preceding, needle that leads up to that one needle being too much so the thing to keep in mind here is that there aren't allergies. To essential oils there are no proteins, in, the, compounds. That are being extracted from the plants, so when I have patients come in and they talk about allergies, that they might have to fragrance, I also have a perfume, company and so I hear this commonly, as well people have allergies to fragrance, and so when I treat patients, what they're usually getting is some kind of heat or skin rash again it's a chemical sensitivity, that they're getting and because.
No One goes from zero to sixty, people, were driving usually at 59 when they touch something and that's what pushes them over I would advise patients. Or the people that I run into to get treated go see some acupuncture, of course it's not the only modality, that you have to go to but I have a lot of great success in treating patients and I find that people no, longer react, to the things that they're reacting to. Well. The oils go straight to the limbic brain you, can bring that, forgotten. Memory back, to consciousness, and then. You can deal with it because it's back in the conscious mind that's. One of the wonderful and unique ways that oils can bring, about healing that, pharmaceuticals. Can't do because they're designed to mask up symptoms, so. That you think you're well when you're really not I. Went. Back to the research and the science and said so what, else do these oils do on my brain and I, found a bunch of research showing that essential. Oils will. Change the brain waves we. Can change the way your brain waves work for example you go to a spa, what, kind of scent are you likely to smell, when you go to a spa for a massage it's. Typically lavender, so, why would a spa with a blabbering dear well because. They don't want you to be on six blackberries, or seven blackberries, on your iPad while the massage therapist, tried to massage you and you're supposed to be relaxed, lavender. Will slow down your brain waves and we'll. Put you almost, in the first stages of sleep so. Lavender, is an excellent oil to put in your bedroom you're gonna slow down your brainwaves we're, looking at four main, brain waves to look at what we call better better, ways or when you really active so right now I'm in better then. You can go down to alpha alpha is when I close my eyes right now and I start concentrating I'm still awake this, is a stage where I become very creative a lot of artists, they will paint they. Will write let's. Say you have a basketball, player and he wants to shoot a basket, and there's all that noise around him something. That distinguishes a very good basketball player is that you can measure that he can have a burst of alpha waves that, means he can completely. Concentrate, on the basket and zoom out all, that noise and that will distinguish a very good basketball player from maybe not as good to basketball player so we can do this with oils we know for example that sandalwood. The frankincense, peppermints. There will be more the Alpha, and the beta, however. When you go into the lavender, the bergamot, the, cedar woods they will slow you down you, go to to, better. For alpha and then you go to Terra and Delta these, are other ways that we have in the brain these are the waves that you use while you sleep knowing. All that I can use essential oils for to treat people with insomnia or, to, help them just fall asleep or babies that cried so, it's just fascinating again, how you see the, science and then the effect it has on the patients. Yes, hello everybody, is this dog ollie and here is a key that keeping one introduce yourself quick. Okay. So what, Becky does is, basically in brain mapping real-time, brain mapping we're gonna provide you with life images, on that screen that you see you're. Gonna see exactly what happens with my brain I have a brain cap on we're gonna measure all my brainwaves and we're going to see into, the brain and, we're going to smell some essential eyes each one of those squares, on, the, picture. Represents. A five, millimeter, voxel. Of electrical. Information, those, are your brain waves know they're. Measured in cycles per second or how many times they go up and down in a, second, and. The. Computer, takes all this information, breaks it down into, component, bands different frequencies. And tells, us how much of each different speed, we've got different speeds, of brain waves Delta. Is slower. They. Eat as a little bit so as in zero to four cycles, per second, or Hertz and. We've got theta. Of. Beta. And, this, is the front part of your brain here, this. Is the top of the head and then. If we turn here, this is the back each one of these green. Dots represents. One of the electrodes, on your head, beta. Is often. That's the brain wave that's associated with, meditation, approach, alpha, is a nice idle, frequency. And once you might be separate athletes, what. We're going to do now we're going to assume you're ready you're going to tell me and then, I'm gonna start I gonna tell you what oral I'm sniffing, and I'm gonna see what happens to the brain overall. And we're going to dig into different parts of the brain like the limbic system the, frontal, lobe the back lobe the occipital lobe, temporal, lobes and going, to see what the oils do to these parts, of the brain.
So. The first one I going to use is peppermint, if I'm going to use peppermint, oil I would use it to to, help, me to focus and concentrate right. So. And. And do we normally need to focus and concentrate is when we're going to slow like brain fog so, let me take this and window it to that fade out now, this here in the front the frontal, lobe is the part of the brain that's in charge of focus, and attention I'm. Spelling tuck them in now. So. You've got on now this is really interesting, dr., ami the. Left side of the brain. Typically. Is associated. With positive, emotions and, the. Right side of the brain with negative emotions the, left side of the brain is analytical. The right side of the brain is big-picture. Communal. Activating, here so, the. Left side of your brain is looking like it has more beta than the right side of the brain which means I'm positive. That. Makes, the active, analytical. And, positive. It's. Very interesting and so again I gotta say he's very loud Pepperman, has made me positive. And, activated. My focus, and my analytical. Thinking now, I'm going to switch to URL and, let's just stay on this one because we, don't want to mess around too much around with the different frequency, let's, go back to the whole brain and I. Gonna grab an, oil lavender. So. Right now I'm taking a lavender. I'm. Going to start breathing on the lavender. Now. Lavender. Is typically, associated, with a calming, effect isn't, it that is. Correct so. Let's, see if in, if, our theory holds then. The. Level. Of beta activity. Will decrease. When, you use the lavender, is that correct that is correct. And. I think that's exactly what we see you right, it. Appears that way. It's. Becoming. Less red. So. My frontal, brain becomes, slower. Now. Let's look at this in, let's. See, what it does with the limbic lobe. Limbic. Lobes are, usually. Associated with. Emotions. Memories. See. That red spot in the front there that. Part of the brain is, known. As the anterior, cingulate. Gyrus. This. Part here would be the left, posterior. Cingulate. Gyrus and, well, these are these are races of the limbic loops that, are in charge of. Where. The brain is going to focus attention the. Anterior, cingulate, as dr. Daniel Amon, would, describe, he says he's like the gearshifter. Of the brain, determines. What. Part, of the. Brain this. Time I take a lemon and just stay on that okay, I'm going to see if lemon kind of activates, the limbic system. So. These are your temporal, lobes so. I'm still doing lemon now we're looking at temporal lobes let's. See what you can do to activate, your temporal. Lobes dr., Holly good, we see that already. Looks. Like with lemon, I'm, activating. My. Ability. To listen I, got, to make something interesting I'm, going to mix lemon, and peppermint. To, activating, on. Look. At that it's, mainly on the left side, too. Interesting. That we see clearly, an increase in activity while, I'm sniffing, on lemon and peppermint. So. Let's finish it up I'm taking a way to put them into the lemon right now and we're. Going to go and do something else, I'm. Gonna open. Frankincense. We're. Going to see what frankincense, does to my brain now. Let's see what I would expect with frankincense, with frankincense, I would expect, a relaxation. Of, the brain and I, would expect, possibly, an activation, on the limbic system, it. Will slow down our limbic system, I would, not so I'm starting sniffing, pregnant. Ends right now and, typically, this is a problem, and people may be in the classroom, or on the job just pay, attention to too many things and they're all over the place so. It's. Not. Yo. Decided, was very read before is now calm, down yeah, he was actually a little bit to read now granny.
When, You started smelling that your your brain was in a nice attention, good, place so, it's very important. I would think to. Be careful. About which oils, you choose they are powerful, and you want to make sure that you select them the, one that's going to be best for you at the moment, so clearly frankincense. Has slowed down my left hand below let's, go into the limbic system okay. And at, this point I would suggest we go to a lower brain wave because, I think the frankincense, is, supposed, to slow down especially. Receptors, in elliptic system. Well. Look at alpha. Alpha. Seems, to be very slow also, in the limbic system right, now actually alpha, right now the Alpha is in a good place, it's. In a good place okay, if it's if, you don't have enough alpha, it's going to be on the blue side if you have too, much going then it's going to be on the red side, which, tells me that frankincense. Brings, me in a very good crazy stage, right now it's. Very nice. Your. Limbic lobes are happy yeah. My limbic system, is very happy with frankincense, which. Makes sense because we know we have receptors in the limbic system for, frankincense, Oh. Interesting. If. You look I, just, opened my eyes okay close. Your. Eyes again, I'm. Gonna describe, what happens. This. Around so your brain is making. A. Normal. Range. Of theta activity, for somebody your age and gender we're in a Norman in reference, database, here but. What I'm gonna do you're just stay. Right where you are I'm, going to show everybody, raw brain waves and, let. This means here, see. His eyes are closed see, these brain waves here, that. Are bigger and more. Sinusoidal. They're they're like bigger, and wider so those ones are slower and. They're. Located, in the posterior part that there's one right there nice. Nice. Alpha, burst in the pro tempore posterior. Temporal lobes, this is what we want to see when people close, their eyes and they're in a nice meditative. State if. People are really stressed, out and hyper vigilant, we're, not going to see that we're gonna see those brain waves continue, to go really fast it's. Always nice to see that science works. Together with what you think the oil would do and you're it's clear, for me to say that the oils do really support, healthy brain function, we. Saw that pretty nicely both on the speeding-up side and on the college side. Cedar, Road oil is one of the most interesting oils, of the Bible it's, mentioned in there as a blend. Of 50%, cedar, wood and 50%. Hyssop, oil but. What most interested. Me was it. Talks about taking that blend and. Apply it to the right upper. Ear that's right here just pull that RIM to the right thumb and to. The right big toe and. Here's what those points mean, they're. All three emotional. Releasing, points, this. Point right here and. That part of the year where my finger is is. Where. You would release, issues. With, your mother and father this. One is most interesting, because there's where you relieve, blockages. Against learning new material and then, the right big toe is to release bad, habits, and compulsory, behavior, but, the thumb was the one that interested, me me the most because I teach course, in chemistry there, are many people out there who are very good in music they're good in social studies can, learn almost anything but, they have a block on one subject like physics, or math chemistry. Why. Would you be good at everything but one field well, it's because on that particular field, you have an emotional block against, that subject, it's, not your IQ and we, can get rid of that block and open, the way for you to learn that subject so when I teach my chemistry, class I always ask everybody. Raise your hand who has no problem learning other subjects, but you have a problem with chemistry, half, a dozen hands grow up yeah I never could learn it I said well we're gonna take care of that right now so we. Take cedarwood off and, put it on the right thumb and. I said no that needs to get to the limbic brain your. Limbic brain is right over the roof of your mouth and below the cerebrum, so let's take your thumb put it in your mouth suck.
On Your thumb push, it up there to the roof of your mouth so. The whole class is sitting, there sucking their thumbs and before. It's over with the people that couldn't learn chemistry they. Can learn it. Gets rid of that blockage, many, people that couldn't even learn chemistry that, I have taught or now teachers, of chemistry, and, it always goes back to a traumatic, experience in. Their childhood usually, in a classroom where. The science or may teacher who. Intimidated. The students, embarrassed, them and humiliated. Them in front of everybody else you know stand. Up and recite these things, and they couldn't do it or go, to the board and and they, just stood there couldn't. Do it and they were so embarrassed to put a block right there on that subject, so the very thing the teacher was trying. To do to teach them they, were blocking. So. Organizations, like the FDA came, out of a, large. Problem with non trained. People. Or professionals. However you want to call them selling products, and claiming. That they had medical value and they may or may not have had medical value or. Potency. Or the function that they're claiming to have so, when somebody uses the term snake-oil today what, they're usually trying to say a lot of times you hear the phrase quack, medicine, and they're. Trying to say oh it's quack medicine I hear this about Chinese medicine too, and the, thing is is that more. Than half the world's population uses. This as primary health care it doesn't mean that half the world's population are idiots it's. Just a different science so. When you step back a hundred and fifty years and you take a look at what was happening in the United States first off there weren't 50 states the United States doesn't look like it did today people, didn't have a capacity, to communicate, over large distances of. Time. And space in a very quick manner and so there was a need for the government to step in and try to regulate some of the things that were being claimed as the, railroads, were being built the Irish were being hired on the East Coast and the, Chinese on the west coast and with, the Chinese came their medicine and all their medical practitioners, and actually snakes. Are used as medicinal substances there. Are snake oils, that, are made from, snake the. Railroads. Really, like the Chinese because compared to the Irish they, were in fantastic, health the. Irish didn't have the medical practitioners, of the knowledge and they weren't taking care of themselves quite as well as the Chinese were and so the Chinese had a great work ethic and they didn't get is sick and they lasted a lot longer fewer, than 50 percent of doctors would. Have been trained formally, trained and actually have gone to a medical school most. People around the world up until recently, until. After, World War Two would, have been trained from an apprentice, ship and so, you worked in a doctor's office and that's how you learn the medicine you. Have another definition of a snake-oil and that as people are out west, people got bit by snakes I lived, out in California, for five years and there's a whole bunch of poisonous, snakes they just wander up into your house sometimes, or, onto your back porch and so, if you lived out west before, there were people I can imagine that there might have been some run-ins with snakes. And a lot of them are poisonous and so you had lots of antidotes, and things like that there were people making for snake bites and they, may or may not have been effective, and again that needs to be regulated for, those snake, oils. Something. That people don't talk about is, there's. Actually an herb that comes, out of Canada, and northeastern. United States and in, its common name it's called snake, root and snake. Root is also extracted, as an essential oil and it's, a species, of wild ginger and they're, actually. Again. Pharmacy. Tradition, using, essential, oils as medicine, and. Tinctures. And other types of extracts, a lot of these extracts, would have been fragrant, you know again going back into volatile, compounds, essential oils. But. The snake root oil again. Snake root being the common name was used in a wide variety. Of pharmacy. Compounding you. Know things that people were buying the primary, purpose of the FDA in general. It's public health and safety so that's, the first thing they are looking for in. Any. Product that regulated, is is it safe for consumer, use, for. The FDA to approve things, they. Need to have scientific proof so. In order to get scientific proof we need to do studies in order to do large studies we need money it, will cost a lot of money who, is paying normally the money to do large studies it's the pharmaceutical, industry because they want to make money with their new drugs they, hope to head to find a new blockbuster you, know for a billion dollar dollar sales, a year like, the statins, are so, they will invest.
A Lot of money in drug development but, they will probably not invest, anything in essential, oil because there's. Really no patents, you can fill on that so there's really no sales for them to do with these kind of drugs it's really simple it really goes back to money you know when you look at the FDA and pharmaceutical, companies so. Many of those people are really tied together and. Really. The, fact is it really comes down to money and that's that's really the only reason although. More and more pharmaceutical. Companies start going into the supplement, market because, it's an enormous market I mean when you look at about sixty to eighty percent of the population is, taking. One or more supplements right. So, it's a tricky question the FDA is charged to keep the public safe. For, the last 15 years I was heavily involved in drug development what. We do we. Ask someone, to bring back a plant from the jungle flowers, trees any, plant and then. We give this to the chemists, and we say look can you analyze this plant for me at, the end of the day you get a readout of, the components, that you find in the plants you, don't always know what these components, are but you see curves. With a whole bunch of different Peaks and then suddenly you see a huge peak, and then again small Peaks and we, came kind of to the conclusion, probably wrongly so that, if you see a huge peak of something in a plan that that's an active, substance, now, that's sometimes, a very dangerous assumption, because sometimes these little small Peaks are as, important, or more important, so you're getting a readout and then you tell the chemist look I see a big peak why don't you go back in the laboratory, and crew, recreate, that synthetically. For me so the next day he goes in laboratory, starts cooking and comes back with a substance. Then you look at that and say well pretty cool so now you start doing cell line studies you, put let's say in cancer research we, take. Very well-known cancer, cells and we, mix, them together with these substances that, we just synthesized and then, we see whether it inhibits cancer growth or not if, it does then we move on to what we call in vivo studies where, we take some animals with well-known cancer. Models and then we look at is it able to basically save that animal or not or decrease the tumor growth and, then we can move into a human trial so. What. We just created is a drug that is made out of a huge peak, only. One substance whereas. In the plant that we gave in the first place to analyze we had maybe up to 2000, maybe, only 500, maybe 3,000, compounds so, we took one out of it we. Now synthesized, it so we can give an enormous dose of it and it. Will just do one thing typically, because it's one compound, they. Will have side effects why because, you're giving an unnaturally. High dose, of a, single thing to a patient, that is not natural, whereas. If I could go back to the plant where we started in the first place I would, have something that is very well balanced, and I, could give that to the patient the same substance is in there but it's natural and because. We have to and compounds, in it you know or more we're, gonna see multiple. Effects, we're, gonna not only treat symptoms we, may even treat the cause and, that's. You, know the light I had to go on in my head is oh my god this, is the same thing I was doing in drug development but, it's the pure form it's a natural form it's, the complete form. Now. What I'm saying is very very, difficult, to say in a sense because the FDA has. Approved the, essential oils as food, supplements, or cosmetic, supplement, and the, FDA has not approved, essential. Oils as treatment, modalities, certainly, not to internalize, and you, and I we. Are consuming. Essential oils on a daily base we just don't know it today in all the fluid favoring, this, is what the Sam's laws are being used mostly for food flavoring right, well for cosmetics, so, we know that they saved ever save history of thousands, of years the FDA is not interested, in anything unless, it can be classified as, a drug. Drugs. Generally in their mind our man-made, substances. Are not natural. They. Are really controlled, by the pharmaceutical, industry, and the pharmaceuticals. Are not interested, in anything that doesn't make them a profit and. To make a profit they need to have something that they can uniquely, own and patent like. A drug that's not, natural it's men may and it's unique and so, a non patentable, medicine. Is of no interest to the pharmaceuticals.
And, The. Food and Drug Administration is. Not interested, either. If. You have something. That's, supposed to be an, effective. Drug, they, want to see a toxicity, study, that, means that you have to get a set, of lab animals and, you. Start giving doses, of your, stuff. To, the animal, population, and, you, keep increasing it until half, of the population dies. It's. Called the lethal, dose, that. 50%, of your animals nights called the ld50. Number. Well. It's you have something, that's natural, and it's not toxic and, you. Cannot find a lethal dose they, will not accept that, and, their philosophy no. Medicine. Can be effective, unless, it's toxic, I do. Realize, there's still a lot of confusion about compliance, and in, general you can say you. Are trying to sell a product or you're trying to sign up a new distributor. Automatically. That is called commercial, speech because you're trying to do something commercially, you're trying to sell something or to, make money of it in one way or the other, commercial. Speech has its own rules and there's. Two agencies, that will look at that the FDA, would look at the Health's claims that you make and then, the FTC, so at FDA stands for Food and Drug Administration, and the, FTC which, stands for the Federal Trade Commission will, look at on how, do you use, your marketing. Claims to. Try to sell something I freely. Talk about living above the line we, have a big red line everything. Above the line is wellness. Fitness healthy. Living toxin, free living it's, anything you can do to support your own lifestyle, to, make a healthy lifestyle so. As long you talk about these things that above the line you're, gonna be fine, the, moment, you go below the line it, means you're talking about disease, about prevention, about, treating. About curing, all that's, a no-no it's. All about, two words its intended, use and another. Word called labeling, or the label okay so, what is intended use well if I, take a pepper mean and say I'm. Gonna use, the peppermint, for. Asthma. The, intended use is to use it as a medicine against, asthma that's illegal, it's a no-no but. When I say I use peppermint. To support my healthy breathing, that's, a different story now you above the line you held it wellness fitness and, you just try to improve your life of your life now. Label, is all more difficult to understand people. Always think the label is just what's on the bottle right there's always a little label that sticks to the bottle whatever product, you buy has a label and I always try to get people to read labels and learn to how to read labels so. They always think well if we talk about essential, oil it's the label on the bottle of the essential oil we're talking about know from. The FDA and FTC point of view the label, means everything. That talks. About the product mentions, the products, or shows the product meaning, your website, your Facebook page your, email ev