olfactory system.166225652 std - Aromatherapy and homeopathic treatments

It is often believed that essential oils can hamper homeopathic treatments, rendering them ineffective. This is untrue.

We have noticed on several occasions that when patients are treated with essential oils they actually respond better to homeopathic treatments. These results can be compared to the results obtained in homeopathic treatments prescribed under fasting regimes, when they appear to double their efficacy.

The validity and effectiveness of homeopathic treatments have been proven beyond doubt. However, in some cases some treatments, even simple ones, have failed to achieve success. This is because of the body’s inability to respond to homeopathic stimuli, due to stress or some other undetected reason that inhibits response.

In all these cases, essential oils provide the energy and the strength needed to awaken the individual’s self healing force in order to achieve successful results with homeopathic treatments.

Homeopathic therapists can rely on the depurative powers of essential oils, by prescribing homeopathic treatments that aim to stimulate the liver-kidney system. This works in such a way that the elimination of toxins triggered by the essential oils is not impaired.

In fact, essential oils act in a twofold way: through the sense of smell directly on the nervous system and by skin absorption on extracellular liquids whose character is then modified.

The patients of today want to avoid having violent and invasive treatments, so they turn to homeopathic therapists. These therapists try to stimulate responses but the patients are often too weak to respond well to the stimuli.

Aromatherapy can fill this gap and, in most cases, help to achieve a full recovery.

Excerpt from “Il capitale jeunesse” by Marguerite Maury