Do essential oils really work? Here’s what Science says: The use of essential oils is cross-cultural and dates back thousands of years. It is well known that ancient Greek, Egyptians used essential oils on a regular basis and for many different reasons.
The National Institute of Health provides a thorough summary via the US National Library of Medicine of research conducted into the efficacy of essential oils. One of the scientific studies that have revealed positive results from essential oils involves patients with dementia. There is evidence that balm from lemon oil reduces agitation in patients with dementia according to a study in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.
There are other proven success stories for essential oils, such as the treatment of acne with tea tree oil and the treatment of alopecia areata or hair loss with oils like thyme, rosemary, lavender and cedarwood. In the United States, essential oils do not need to be FDA approved.
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