Glossary of descriptive terms: properties, actions and effects of essential oils
Poultice – The therapeutic application of a soft, moist mass of herbs to the skin.
Prophylactic: preventive of diseases or infections
Psychosomatic – the manifestation of physical symptoms resulting from the mental state.
Pulmonary: related to the lungs.
Purgative: a substance that stimulates the evacuation of the intestines.
Pyelitis: inflammation of the kidney.
Rubefacient: agent that reddens the skin, dilates vessels and increases blood flow.
Coolant – cooling – reduces fever
Regulator – An agent that helps balance and regulate the body’s functions.
Relaxing – calming, causing relaxation, relieves tension or tension.
Renal: belonging to the kidney
Solvent: an agent that disperses swelling or affects the absorption of new growth.
Restorative: an agent that helps strengthen and revitalize the body’s systems.
Revulsive – Relieves pain by diverting blood or disease from one part of the body to another.
Rhinitis: inflammation of the nasal mucosa
Sclerosis: hardening of the tissue due to inflammation.
Scrofula – tuberculosis
Seborrhea: increased sebum secretion.
Sedative: agent that exerts a calming, calming and calming effect on the body, good for nervous tension, stress, insomnia, anxiety and palpitations.
Sialogugue: an agent that stimulates the secretion of saliva.
Holistic Mind and Body Therapy, which includes pure essential oils, are gentle, non-invasive complementary forms of health care to balance and synchronize your body, mind and spirit and a natural, safe and effective way to improve your health and well-being. . Comprehensive medical care often produces satisfactory results where other methods have failed. Check with your doctor about serious health problems and don’t try to self-diagnose.