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Everything About Essential Oils Infographic
Essential oils are oils extracted from some plants.
Essential oils are not essential for our health, but they can help in some cases, can be a good prevention for a malady, or even cure some disease. Of course the benefits depend on the plant from which the oil was extracted, there is a great number of different types and everyone has an opportunity to choose something to their taste and state of health. Some oils “fans” even suggest everyone has different types of oils in the kitchen, bathroom or cleaning room.
To understand if you really need essential oils, learn the infographic and you’ll find all necessary information for the choice. What is your stance on essential oils?
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Sep 7, 2014 at 3:45 pm
The ancient Chinese actually sent their best scholars to India to learn the Ayurveda system, perhaps the oldest in the world. (perhaps even the Egyptians, or perhaps as often happens discoveries occur simultaneously – but it is well known the Chinese were taught this system by the Indian priests, and scholars).
History of Ayurveda
Ayurveda is thought by many scholars to be the oldest healing
system on earth. Approximately 4,000 years ago, Indo-Europeans moved
into the Indus Valley and found an ancient civilization still
flourishing with cities, agriculture, organized religion and
sophisticated art and architecture. From the fusion of these two
cultures, Vedic culture and sciences emerged…………
People from many parts of the ancient world traveled along the Silk Road
to India to learn Ayurvedic medicine. Chinese, Tibetans, Greeks,
Romans, Egyptians, Afghanis, Persians, and others traveled to absorb the
wisdom and bring it back to their own countries.
of higher learning, including Nalanda at Patna were established and
supplemented the guru system. Ayurveda became the basis of the healing
traditions of Tibet, Sri Lanka, Burma and influenced Chinese medicine.
Many great Buddhist sages were also Ayurvedic doctors. The influence of
Ayurveda in Greek medicine is evidenced by the central importance of
humors, elements, qualities and seasons. The emphasis on the genesis of
illness as written by Hippocrates and a treatise by Plato also exhibit
the influence of Ayurveda. The trade in herbs and spices along the Silk
Road brought concepts of Ayurvedic nutrition and herbology to the west.