Raindrop Therapy with Essential Oils: Does It Work?
The first thing to say is that it’s not easy to treat scoliosis. There are many ways to go about it, but there are some things that have been proven effective. One of these methods involves using essential oils. They work because they target specific areas of the body which cause pain or inflammation, causing them to release chemicals that relieve those symptoms. These chemicals then travel through the bloodstream and affect other parts of your body. This is why they’re called “pain killers.”
Essential oils are found in all kinds of plants, but they tend to be concentrated in certain types such as lavender, rosemary, tea tree, clove and even eucalyptus. They can also come from herbs like chamomile or thyme.
When used topically, they can be applied directly to the affected area. You could apply one drop of the essential oil directly to your skin every day for several weeks, or you could use a spray bottle containing several drops.
You may have heard about using essential oils internally before, but if so, you’ve probably never tried it out. If you haven’t done it yet though, now would be a good time!
How Do I Use Essential Oil Spray Bottles?
If you’re just getting into essential oils and aren’t sure where to start, I would recommend a few different ones. Tea tree oil is great for acne or fungal infections. You can also use it to treat things like athlete’s foot or toenail fungus by soaking the area in water mixed with a few drops of tea tree oil once or twice a day. Just be careful not to get it in your eyes! Lavender is known as the “universal healer” because it has so many uses! It’s great for things like burns, minor cuts, and other kinds of skin irritation. It can also be used to promote relaxation or to help you sleep better.
You can read more about different essential oils and their uses at the link here:
Even if you don’t have scoliosis, these oils are great for pretty much anything. They’re especially good to have around the house in case of an emergency!
Are There Any Other Natural Ways To Treat Scoliosis?
There are a few other things that can help.
First of all, daily exercise is very important. Second, make sure you get enough rest.
The muscles in your back need to heal just like any other part of your body. The last thing you want to do is exercise a sore muscle and cause further damage, so make sure to listen to your body and don’t overdo it!
Third, I highly recommend using a pillow that can support your neck properly when you sleep. It will prevent strain on your back and keep it from worsening.
And last but not least, maintain a positive mental attitude. This is very important because your body can sense stress, fear, or anxiety.
Even if you don’t think it’s possible, you might actually making your scoliosis worse by getting stressed out about it! So try to keep calm and stress free as much as you can.
This should get you started on the right track. Just remember, this is just a guide.
You know your body best, so if something doesn’t feel right, then change it. The most important thing is to make sure you’re taking care of yourself every day!
Thanks for reading!
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Sources & references used in this article:
A Critical Look at Gary Young, Young Living Essential Oils, and Raindrop Therapy [extracts] by EF Briggs – sequenceinc.com
Aromatherapy: The Essential Beginning by DG Young – 1996 – aromamedical.org
Reference guide for essential oils by C Higley – 1998 – books.google.com
The chemistry of essential oils made simple: God’s love manifest in molecules by D Stewart – 2005 – books.google.com
A statistical validation of Raindrop Technique by DG Young – 2003 – Essential Science Pub.
Essential Oil by D Stewart – 2003 – books.google.com