Posted by Joe Kyser on Feb 17th 2017
In my infinite quest for information about essentials oils, there seems to be common ones that are named over and over again. I am actually starting to remember some of their names. Well at least all the ones that I had really never heard of. Some of these are Lavender, Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, Chamomile, and Jasmine.
Now that we have the essential oil extraction process down, I feel it is very important to learn more and more about the oils themself. Benefits of specific compounds of their organic makeup has been a recent plan of research. There was a lot of research done on our behalf when it comes to the composition of different oils. We never actually isolated the benefits from specific compounds though. Once we can learn from each specific compounds its benefits we can then idealize better products for specific oils.
Here's the problem. It lies somewhere on the same lines as Licks itself. There are thousands of different compounds that can be found within hundreds of thousands of different essential oils. This in theory leads to thousands of different uses I guess I could say. So what am I going to do, study them all? Get the heck out of here.
What I do notice is that there are common compounds often found within the "popular" oils. Okay then so its a little more simpler if you make it simple! The most common word I see within these compounds is "acid". This refers to compounds such as Linolenic acid (ALA). Acids have benefits that can be utilized in several different ways. They can be helpful to strengthen bones, keep cardiovascular system running smooth, and can even help diabetes patients. So yeah wow this is just the iceberg.
I wont completly bore you today. Lets save some of this new found research for next time.
Essential oils are made with solvents such as oils or alcohol. Combined these solvents with herbs, flowers, or plants that have desirable compounds to make a concentrated oil packed with those compounds. This would be called an essential oil. Typical oils used to manufacture these essential oils are, coconut, sunflower, olive, [...]
Treat bruises; Use essential oils as a hot compress to treat bruises or other wounds. Add five drops of lavender and five drops of frankincense to four ounces of hot water and soak. Apply to affected area. Improve concentration: Inhale bergamot, grapefruit or peppermint oil to increase concentration during the day.
I get asked all the time whats the differnece between Licks and say a product like DB MiX Pro. What I can say is Licks sole purpose is not to mix oil concentrates with it to produce vaporizer liquid. Licks was engineered to extract essential oils safely from herbs and flowers by stripping [...]
I received a phone call yesterday from someone claiming to be the owner of db pro mix dbpromix. He alleged we had some formed opinion that was not true on our web page and asked me to take it down. His concerns that his name is trademarked and we infinging by slander and [...]