Archive for March, 2014

Grow Your Hair

Author: Dr. Larita
March 6, 2014

male baldnessI recently received another question about hair loss that I can answer in a general way to all readers. A blog reader asked if there are any aromatherapy essential oils that will treat baldness. Well, my initial response is to try not to become bald in the first place by using essential oils that prevent this condition so let’s talk about stimulating hair growth. Long hair is always fashionable and essential oils can help you have longer hair too. Hereditary factors can contribute to hair loss, as can your overall age and health as well as stress and prescription drugs.

A simple way to strengthen your hair is to use rosemary essential oil. Simply add 1 drop of this amazing essential oil to a cold water rinse when you finish washing your hair. There is no need to rinse the rosemary out because it will give your hair a lustrous shine and it smells refreshing. The cold water rinse will cause your blood capillaries to contract and that will cause the movement of nutrients into the bulb of the hair or the follicle that feeds the hair. Many of the best selling hair products contain rosemary essential oil.

Sprained Wrist Care

Author: Dr. Larita
March 4, 2014

wrapped wristYou probably know that I often talk about things happening in my life on this blog. Well, I’ve been using weights in my exercise program and I think they are working, my muscles are really sore anyway. I’ve been using the weights so much that I think I’ve sprained my left wrist.

If you overstretch one or more of the ligaments in your wrist, you have probably sprained it but there are some natural ways to treat that injury. Put an ice pack on your wrist three to four times a day. Then massage your wrist with 20 drops of ginger, 17 drops of nutmeg and 3 drops of clove essential oil diluted in 2 tablespoons of sweet almond oil. Between these treatments, wrap an elastic bandage around your wrist.

The Number 1 Essential Oil

Author: Dr. Larita
March 3, 2014

Lavender is the best essential oil to have in your home because it is extremely effective in treating burns, scalds and nervous tension. For burns and scalds, lavender can be put directly on the affected area right away. For nervous tension and headaches, rub the lavender on your temples, forehead, and the back of your neck. If it is a sinus headache you can rub it around the sinus cavities on your face. I suggest you add a half teaspooon of sweet almond oil to the lavender if you have never used it neat before. Try lavender neat a little bit at a time until you know if your skin can tolerate it or not.

Lavender’s properties of antiseptic, antibiotic, antidepressant, detoxifier and sedative allow healing to occur more quickly and prevent scarring. It also accelerates the immune system and speeds the healing process because it stimulates the wound’s cells to rejuvenate more quickly. The next time you burn yourself in the kitchen, put a drop or two of lavender on it two to four times a day until it is healed. The next time you have a headache, rub some lavender on your temples and the back of your neck. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

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