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Frequency of Essential Oils
The effectiveness of essential oils cannot be fully understood without some understanding of frequency. Frequency is the measurable rate of electrical energy flow that is constant between any two points. Everything has frequency. In his book, The Body Electric, Dr. Robert O. Becker establishes that the human body has an electrical frequency and maintains that much about a one’s health can be determined by it
In 1992, Bruce Taino of Taino Technology, an independent division of EasternStateUniversity in Cheny, Washington, built the first frequency monitor in the world. Taino has determined that the average frequency of a healthy human body during the daytime is 62 to 68 MHz. When the frequency drops, the immune system is compromised. If the frequency drops to 58 MHz, cold and flu symptoms appear; at 55 MHz, diseases like Candida take hold; at 52 MHz, Epstein Bar and at 42 MHz, Cancer. Taino s machine was certified as 100 percent accurate and is currently being used in the agricultural field today.
According to Dr. Royal R. Rife, every disease has a frequency. He has found that certain frequencies can prevent the development of disease and that others would destroy diseases. Substances of higher frequency will destroy diseases of lower frequency.
The study of frequencies raises an important question concerning the frequencies of substances we eat, breathe and absorb. Many pollutants lower healthy frequency. Processed or canned food has a frequency of zero. Fresh produce has frequencies up to 15 MHz; dry herbs, from 12 to 22 MHz; and fresh herbs, from 20 to 27 MHz.
Essential oil frequencies start at 52 MHz and go as high as 320 MHz, which is the frequency of Rose Oil. Clinical research shows that essential oils have the highest frequency of any natural substance known to man, creating an environment in which disease, bacteria, virus, fungus, etc., CANNOT live.
Research by Gary Young, a world renown researcher in the field of essential
oils, has shown that if the frequency of the right and left-brain lobes varied more than 3 MHz, a headache would begin. If the frequency varied more than 10 MHz, a substantial or migraine-type headache would develop.
By combining an oil blend composed of Helichrysum, chamomile, and lavender, Dr. Young discovered the frequency of the head could be balanced, returning to normal within a few seconds.
In an experiment with a 26 year old man, his frequency dropped in three seconds to 58 MHz while holding a cup of coffee. It took three days for his frequency to attain its original level.. Without the use of oils, it took three days to go back up to normal.
Another young man, 24 years old, drank coffee, and in three seconds his frequency dropped to 52 MHz. When he inhaled a blend of essential oils, his frequency returned to normal in 21 seconds.
Certainly more research is needed to be conclusive, however, research seems to indicate that frequency affects health and disease.
The following list of research articles will give you an idea of the scope of scientific investigation into the effects of essential oils on animals and humans.To obtain full text of these articles, you may need to search on the internet or go to a university library.
Functional Imaging of Effects of Fragrances on the Human Brain After Prolonged Inhalation, by C. Anasel, B. Nasel, P. Samec, E. Schindler, G. Buchbauer, Chemical Senses, Vol. 19, No. 4, pp 359-364, 1994
Antifungal Activity of Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Oil Against Various Pathogenic Organisms, by J.M. Concha, L.S. Moore, W.J. Holoway, Jrn American Podiatric Medical Assoc., 88(10):489-492, 1998
Supplementation of Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) Essential Oil During the Lifetime of
the Rat: Its Effects on the Antioxidant Status in Liver, Kidney and Heart
K.A. Youdim, S.G. Deans, Mech Ageing Dev 1999, Sept 8:109(3):163-75
The Effect of Thymol and its Derivatives on Reactions Generating Reactive Oxygen Species, by I. Kruk, T. Michalska, K. Lichszteld, A. Kladna, H.Y. Aboul-Enein, Chemosphere 2000 Oct; 41(7):1059-64
Antihyperglycemic Actions of Eucalyptus Globulus are Associated with Pancreatic and Extra-Pancreatic Effects in Mice, by A.M. Gray, P.R. Flatt, J.Nutr., 1998 Dec; 128(12), 2319.23
Oil of Bitter Orange: New Topical Antifungal Agent, by W. Ramadn, B. Mourad, S. Ibrahim, F. Sonbol, Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Int. J Dermatol 196; 35:448-449
Prevention and Therapy of Mammary Cancer by Monoterpenes, by M.N. Gould, Jrn Cellular Biochemistry, Supplement 22:139-144(1995)
Limonene-Induced Regression of Mammary Carcinomas, by J.D. Haag, M.J. Lindstrom, and M.N. Gould, Cancer Research 52, 4021-4026, July 15, 1992
D-Limonene Chemoprevention of Hepatocarcinogenesis in AKR Mice: Inhibition of C-Jun and C-Myc., by R.K. Giri, T. Parija, B.R. Das, Oncol Rep 1999 Sept-Oct;6(5):1123-7
and Therapy of Cancer by Dietary Monoterpenes, by P.L. Crowell,
Dept. Biology, Indiana University-Purdue University, at Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN 46202. Symposium on Phytochemicals: Biochemistry and Physiology, pub. by American Society for Nutritional Sciences, 1999
Mycelial Deformations of Cladosporium herbarum due to the Application of Eugenol or Carvacrol, by S. Adams, B. Kunz, and M. Weidenborner, Institut fur Lebensmitteltechnologie der Universitat Bonn, Romerstrasse 164, 53117, Bonn, Germany, pub in Jrn of EO Research, 1996 Research Reports.
Inhibition of Microsomal Lipid Peroxidation and Monooxygenase Activities by Eugenol, by E. Hagababu, N. Lakshmaiah, Free Rad Res., Voll. 20, No.4, pp. 253-266
The Use of Lemon Essential Oil as a Sandfly Repellent, by E. Rojas, J.V. Scorza, Transaction of Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (1991) 85, 803
Suppressive Effects of Eugenol and Ginger Oil on Arthritic Rats, by J.N., Sharma, K.C. Srivastava, And E.K.Gan, Pharmacology, 1994;49:314-318