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Antibacterial Aromatherapy Essential Oils

blue green pills coming from amber bottle.
Pills aren't the answer to everything.

If you eat meat, you could be consuming drugs that affect your immune system and not even know it. Farmers have been relying on antibiotics to prevent infections in their livestock for many years. Some people think that this has caused consumers of meat to become resistant to antibiotics.

Dependency on Pharmaceutical Treatment of Livestock

It has also created animals that need ever increasing amounts of these these drugs in their feed. As the dosage increases the animals as well as the people become more resistant to the antibiotics. The farmers are discussing replacing the antibiotics with aroma therapy oils to build resistance to disease in their animals.

orange spotted calf with cow, nuzzling.
Cows are often doused with lots of antibiotics.

As you probably already know aroma therapy oils are distilled from plants. For example, rosemary plants have antibacterial qualities that help them survive in the ground. When rosemary leaves are distilled their antibacterial ability is transferred to the rosemary oil collected in the distillation process.

Antibacterial essential oils instead of pills for livestock?

Like the antibiotics, essential oils could be put in the animal fed to help kill the bacteria in the animals. The consumers of the meat might also benefit from the bacteria fighting ability of the oils. This would not only provide an animal free from drugs but the consumer would be protected from exposure to the drugs as well. This could help the animals as well as the people from becoming resistant to antibiotics.

Not everyone tolerates the same essential oils, so it's best to make sure that you are using essential oils for antibacterial purposes that are matched to your vibration. While what I do does not replace medical intervention, you can boost your immune system and aid the antibacterial potency of your pharmaceutical drug with essential oils. Please consult your pharmacist or doctor to make sure there are no adverse drug-oil interactions. If you would like guidance on what oils work best for you, please call me at 661-575-7135.

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