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There are numerous Hospital that now use essential oils in their facilities .

Below are just some of them: 

 

  • Alegent Health Bergan Mercy Medical Center,

  • Omaha,NE

  •  Aurora Healthcare System, Foxpoint WI 

  • Banner Health, Mesa AZ 

  • Benedictine Hosptial, NY 

  • Beth Israel Complementary Care Center, NY, NY

  • Children's Healthcare, Roseville, MN

  • Children’s National Medical Center, Washington, DC

  • The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH

  • Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, NY NY

  • Elk Regional Health Hospital, PA 

  • Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, AK 

  • Florida Hospital Medical Center, Orlando, FL

  • Goshen General Hospital, Goshen, IN

  • Heather Hill Hospital, Chardon, OH

  • Ingham Regional Medical Center,Landing, MI

  • Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Oakland, CA

  • Manilaq Hospital, Kotzebue, AK 

  • Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, NY, NY 

  • Mercy Holistic Health, Cincinnati, OH

  • Pinnacle Health, Harrisburg, PA

  • St. Barnabas Healthcare System,Toms River, NJ

  • St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, Hartford, CT

  • St. John's Riverside Medical Center, Yonkers, NY

  • St. Luke's Medical Center, New Bedford, MA

  • Sentara Healthcare, Wilmington, DE

  • The Valley Hospital, Ridgewood, NJ

  • University of Michigan Hosptial, MI

  • Wishard Memorial Hospital, Indianapolis, IN

Woodson Merrel, MD on Young Living 

Dr. Weil on Essential Oils...Dr. Weil believes that physicians and researchers in the United States have only a primitive understanding of aromatherapy's potential to affect health, which limits the use of aromatherapy as an adjunct to medical treatment. But he also warns consumers against accepting dubious claims that aromatherapy can heal everything from acne to yeast infections, and he is concerned about some of the questionable aromatherapy products on the market, ranging from air purifiers to vacuum cleaner sachets. He notes that aromatherapy candles made from paraffin can emit toxins when burned and while he does consider candles made of soy wax healthier, he still regards them as indoor pollutants.

 

In The Maker’s Diet, Dr. Jordan Rubin recommends 14 essential oils that have unique healing properties. He suggests putting five to 10 drops (total) of these "top healing oils" into a warm bath for a real "healing treat." Below you will find five beneficial essential oils along with their uses. I encourage you to check out The Maker’s Diet to learn more about some of the more exotic, but highly effective, essential oils available.

 

 

Dr. Mercola ~ only recommends Young Living Essential Oils

Essential oils carry the physical properties of flowers and plants in a highly concentrated form. They are, in short, the essence of the plant and can provide therapeutic benefits in very small amounts. The particles in essential oils, which come from various parts of the plant such as the flowers, twigs, leaves or bark, can be inhaled and absorbed through the skin and their use can be traced back for thousands of years. Essential oils were even used in ancient Egyptian times, and were made by soaking plants in oil and then filtering the oil through a linen bag.

Most essential oils have antibacterial qualities and have varying physical and emotional effects depending on the oil, such as stimulation, relaxation, pain relief and healing. The most common ways to use essential oils include:

  • Aromatherapy

  • Massaging them (blended with a carrier oil) into the skin

  • Adding them to bathwater

  • Using them in a compress

  • Diffusing them in a diffuser

These statements have not been evaluated from the FDA. These product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.