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Essential Oils Might Be Able to Cure Cancer, Science Finds

Essential Oils Might Be Able to Cure Cancer, Science Finds

Many people who are diagnosed with cancer do not have the option of undergoing chemotherapy or radio therapy. Sometimes the cancer is too advanced and sometimes it is not receptive to this type of treatment. Surgery is often not an option so these people are left without a viable solution. Occasionally people opt not to undergo these somewhat invasive forms of treatment. Essential oils may prove to be a very effective and proven method of halting or completely eradicating cancer. This article looks at the way essential oils work and how they can help in the treatment of cancer.

Electrical frequencies and vibrations

You may be surprised to learn that everything has an electrical frequency or vibration. This electrical frequency can be measured in Megahertz (MHz), and the frequency is defined as “a measurable rate of electrical flow that is constant between any two points.”

The human bodies and diseases can both be measured in MHZ. A healthy body, when measured from head to toe, typically has a frequency ranging from 62 to 78 MHz. Disease has a frequency that begins at 58Hz.

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Essential oils and their frequency

Essential oils possess some of the highest frequencies that can be found in nature, and as such they are able to create an environment that is hostile to disease, bacteria, virus, fungus and more. Their high-frequency property makes them a candidate for fighting the disease; cancer.

Therapeutic grade essential oils can have frequencies as high as 320 MHz. Some examples of essential oil frequencies are as follows: Helichrysum 181 MHz, Frankincense 147 MHz, Rose 320 MHz, Lavender 118 MHz, Myrrh 105 MHz, Sandalwood 96 MHz and Peppermint 78 MHz.

How our frequency is affected by a cup of coffee

A person’s frequency can be affected by something so simple as holding a cup of coffee. An experiment found that it took three days for a man’s frequency to return to normal after holding a cup of coffee. When he held the coffee his frequency dropped from 66 MHz to 58 MHz in 3 seconds. In a separate experiment a man drank coffee and as a result his frequency dropped from 66 MHz to 52 MHz. Amazingly his frequency returned to its original level after just 21 seconds because he inhaled an essential oil.

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Research

Dr. Otto Warburg is a winner of the Nobel Prize for cancer research and a two-time Nobel Laureate. He discovered that human cells do have an electric voltage. In his book The Body Electric Robert O. Becker M.D., finds that people have electrical frequencies and that their health can be determined by the frequency of their body.

Essential oils and cancer

Certain frequencies may be able to prevent the development of disease while other frequencies can possibly destroy the disease completely.  Generally speaking, substances of higher frequency will get rid of diseases of lower frequency. Given that cancer has a frequency of 42 MHz, it is possible that the high frequency of essential oils can halt or prevent this disease.

A 2010 study Activities of ten essential oils towards Propionibacterium acnes and PC-3, A-549 and MCF-7 cancer cells studied some of the most popular essential oils that are currently in use. They tested the antibacterial potency as well as the in vitro toxicology against human cancer cell lines of the essential oils. They tested popular oils such as ginger, mint, lemon, lavender, chamomile, thyme, jasmine, rose and cinnamon. They found that the thyme essential oil exhibited the strongest toxicity towards three human cancer cells; human prostate cancer cell, human lung cancer and human breast cancer cell lines. Breast cancer cells are also destroyed by cinnamon, chamomile and jasmine oils, with chamomile killing up to 93% of them in vitro.

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Frankincense oil

Dr. Suhail Memon specialist in internal medicine “Frankincense separates the ‘brain’ of the cancerous cell—the nucleus—from the ‘body’—the cytoplasm, and closes down the nucleus to stop it reproducing corrupted DNA codes.”

Frankincense oil is suitable for fighting cancer of all stages. It contains monoterpenes, compounds which have the ability to get rid of cancerous cells at all stage of development; early onset or progressive stages. Frankincense can target the cancerous cells without affecting the healthy cells possibly making it a more effective option than chemotherapy, which kills all cells including the healthy ones.

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Terminal liver cancer

A man living in Long Beach was diagnosed with liver cancer and told he had six months to live. Surgery was not an option as the tumor was too large. His wife became aware of frankincense oil shortly after his diagnosis. The man applied the frankincense oil topically over his liver and under his tongue on a daily basis. When he next visited his doctor he found out that his tumors were shrinking. After a while his tumor has shrunk so much that his doctor agreed that he could undergo surgery. The cancer was removed and today he is in good health.

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Bone marrow degeneration

Ellen was diagnosed with bone marrow degeneration and polyscithemiarubravera. “After 3 months my blood tests are showing massive improvements placing most markers into the normal range! I have not had to do 2 of the last 3 phlebotomies that I was having every 2 weeks and are now every month or longer! I am feeling like a million dollars and no longer look like I am at death’s door! Do these oils and have faith that this will work. It does.” http://www.budwigcenter.com/essential-oils/#.Vt8AKbz9Uw5

Breast cancer

Marilyn was diagnosed with breast cancer. She applied frankincense and lemongrass on her breasts every day along with other herbal supplements. When she went in for surgery they could not find any trace of the cancer. When she had her 6-month checkup the doctors reported that all looked good.

Cervical cancer

A woman’s cervical cancer had come back for the second time. She was scheduled to have her uterus removed when her sister recommended she use the essential oils wintergreen and frankincense. Her mother was instructed to apply the wintergreen and frankincense to the bottom of her daughter’s feet every 3 to 4 hours and directly on her abdomen. Less than a month after starting the treatment with the essential oils she had her surgery. They could not find any trace of the cancer.

For many essential oils has proven to be a very successful way of treating their cancer for some. This is exciting news that could hold great promise for many people who are currently suffering from cancer.

Featured photo credit: Good Living Essential Oils via goodlivingessentialoils.com

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The Ultimate Guide to Help You Sleep Through the Night Tonight

The Ultimate Guide to Help You Sleep Through the Night Tonight

It’s well past midnight and you’ve got to get up in less than six hours. You toss and turn all night. Before you know it, another hour passes by and you start panicking.

If I don’t get to sleep in the next 30 minutes, I’m going to be exhausted tomorrow!”

One thing is for sure, you’re not alone. Over 70M+ Americans have stated that they don’t get the proper sleep they need at night.[1] So what could possibly be causing this insomnia epidemic?

Throughout my entrepreneurial journey of building my language learning company, I have experimented and researched dozens of best sleep practices. Some have flopped but a few have dramatically improved the quality of my life and work.

In this article, I’ll look into the reason why you’re sleep deprived and how to sleep through the night tonight.

Why you can’t sleep through the night

The first step to improving anything is getting to the bottom of the root problem. Different studies have shown the reasons why most people cannot sleep well at night.[2] Here are the main ones that the average person faces:

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Stress

If you’ve ever stayed up at night worrying about something, know that it’s a major sleep inhibitor. When you’re feeling stress, your mind and body becomes more activated, making it incredibly difficult to fall asleep. Even when you do manage to sleep, it won’t be deep enough to help you feel rested the next day.

Exposure to blue light before sleep time

We’re exposed to harmful blue light on a daily basis through the use of our digital screens. If you’ve never heard of blue light, it’s part of the visible light spectrum that suppresses melatonin, our sleep hormones. Other harmful effects include digital eye strains and macular cellular damage.

While daytime exposure to blue light is not very harmful, night time exposure tricks our brain into thinking it’s daytime. By keeping your brain alert and suppressing melatonin, your mind is unable to shut down and relax before bedtime.

Eating close to bedtime

Eating too late can actually be an issue for many people, especially those who are older than 40. The reason is, eating before laying down increases the chances of Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), in which stomach acid backflows into the esophagus.

Another reason not to eat too late is sleep quality. Even if you manage to sleep right after eating, it’s likely that you’ll wake up tired. Instead of letting your body rest during sleep, it has to digest the food that was entered before bedtime.

Rule of thumb: eat 3-4 hours before bedtime.

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Medical conditions

In some cases, it could be medical conditions that cause your sleep problems. If you can’t relate yourself to the above reasons or any of these common sleep problem causes, you should visit the doctor.

The vicious sleep cycle

The biggest danger to repeating the bad habits mentioned above is the negative cycle that it can take you through. A bad night’s sleep can affect not only your energy but your willpower and decision making skills.

Here’s an example of a bad sleep pattern:

You get a bad night’s sleep
–> You feel tired and stressful throughout the day.
–> You compensate it with unhealthy habits (for example junk food, skipping exercises, watching Netflix etc.)
–> You can’t sleep well (again) the next night.

    You can imagine what could happen if this cycle repeats over a longer period of time.

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    How to sleep better (throughout the night)

    To help you break the vicious cycle and stop waking up in the middle of the night, I’ll explain to you a list of actionable steps to solve your trouble staying asleep.

    1. Take control over the last 90 minutes of your night

    What you do (or don’t do) before bedtime have significant impact on the quality of your sleep. Many times, it can be the difference between staying up until 4am and sleeping like a baby.

    Here are a few suggestions:

    • Go from light to dark – Darkness stimulates production of the sleep hormone melatonin. Turn off unused light around the house, and think about investing into warm light that you can use in the bedroom before bedtime.
    • Avoid screens (or wear blue light blocking glasses) – Keep the bedroom a technology-free zone as the light from electronic devices can disturb your sleep. If you need to work, wear blue light blocking glasses (also known as computer glasses) throughout or before you sleep to prevent sleep disruption.
    • Find an activity that helps you to wind down  This could be anything that calms you down, and reduces thinking (especially unnecessary stress). Fir example, listening to soothing/good feel music, taking a hot bath, reading or meditating.
    • Keep any electronics you have on the other side of the room or outside the room – One of the most harmful things that can disrupt your sleep is the notifications you get from your smartphones. The simplest way to avoid this is to keep it away from you.
    • Create a bedtime routine – A night routine is a couple of things you do prior to going to bed. By doing these things every night, you’ll have a more restful and high-quality sleep. Learn how to pick up a night routine here: The Ultimate Night Routine Guide to Sleep Better and Wake Up Productive

    2. Eat the right nutrients (and avoid the wrong ones)

    What you eat (not just when we eat) plays a critical role in your sleep quality. If you’re ever in doubt of what to eat to improve your sleep, take the following into consideration:

    • Kiwi – This green fruit may be the ultimate pre-bed snack. When volunteers ate two kiwis an hour before hitting the hay, they slept almost a full extra hour. Kiwis are full of vitamins C and E, serotonin and folate—all of which may help you snooze.
    • Soy foods – Foods made with soy such as tofu, miso and edamame, are rich in isoflavones. These compounds increase the production of serotonin, a brain chemical that influences the body’s sleep-wake cycle.
    • Fiber-rich foods – Eating more fiber could be key for better sleep. Eating fiber was associated with more restorative slow-wave sleep—the more you eat, the better you sleep—per a study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. Fiber prevents blood sugar surges that may lower melatonin. Get a fiber boost from beans, artichokes, bran cereal and quinoa.
    • Salmon – Most fish, especially salmon, halibut and tuna boost vitamin B6, which is needed to make melatonin— a sleep-inducing hormone triggered by darkness.

    3. Adjust your sleep temperature

    Once you’ve gone through the first 2 recommendations, the last step to experiment with is temperature. According to Sleep.org, the ideal temperature for sleep is 60-67 Farenheit. This may be cooler than what most people are used to, but keep in mind that our body temperature changes once we fall asleep.

    Rule of thumb: sleeping in cooler temperature is better for sleep quality than warmer temperature.

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    Find out how to maintain the optimal temperature to sleep better here: How to Sleep Faster with the Best Temperature

    Sleep better form now on

    Congrats on making it to the end of this guide on sleep. If you’re serious about taking the necessary steps in improving your sleep, remember to take it one step at a time.

    I recommend trying just one of the steps mentioned such as taking a hot bath, blocking out blue light at night, or sleeping in cooler temperature. From there, see how it impacts your sleep quality and you can keep doing what works, and throw away what doesn’t.

    As long as you follow these steps cautiously and diligently, I know you’ll see improved results in your sleep!

    Featured photo credit: pixabay via pixabay.com

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