The healing essence of nature

in a bottle

Plants, flowers, barks and roots have healing properties (or frequencies) that we can take in through all of our senses.

Did you know that pharmaceuticals are nothing but a specific mixture of synthetically reproduced elements found in nature? So why don't we embrace the healing power of plants in our day-to-day lives before we even develope severe imbalances by working with essential oils?

I was absolutely surprised to find out about the potency of one little drop of a pure essentail oil.

As complementary therapy, oils can support us plentifully on our holistic healing journeys. 

Read on to find out how!

Essential Oils ...

can be taking in through absorbtion of our skin by adding them to our baths, cremes or directly onto our skin, through ingestion by adding them to our water or food and, last but definitely not least, by smelling.

The interesting part is, that our sense of smell is directly connected to our brain, or to be more specific, to our limbic brain. Also called "the reptilian brain", it's responsible for our emotions, memories or insticts. Further, the limbic system communicates with our autonomic nervous system, which in turn is responsible for our heartbeat & blood pressure; with our endocrine system, which produces & regulates our hormones;  and with our gut. 

Taking into account how many of us are suffering from constant stress, hormonal imbalances, digestive issues or even cardiovascular diseases, pure, therapeutic grade essential oils are a great, natural and holistic support for our society.

Each plant, flower or root has a variety of different qualities and healing properties. Therefore, while for example inhaling an oil with the intention of reducing stress, the oil is also communicating with and supporting a plethora of other imbalances at the very same time.

•••Why quality matters •••

If you imagine that only one drop of lemon essential oils contains the power of 5 lemons, you can guess how elaborate & also expensive the production of essential oils actually is.

To limit costs and efforts, there are many producers who are adding synthecial components into their oils.

Next to our own health, we need to note that the production of essential oils has a huge impact on the health of our planet: agriculture and production needs to be ethical, sustainable and organic.

This is why I'd strongly recommend you to only choose high quality, pure essential oils, where you exactly know that the frequency of the product matches your standards.

When and for what exactly can I use


essential oils?

>> to set a grounding, uplifting or inspiring mood by inhaling the oils

or diffusing them in your home or office

>> using it in your yoga and meditation practice to deepen breathing or relaxation

>> to support your (physical, emotional or mental) healing process

>> to create your own self-care products, like body lotions, face creams or deodorants

>> dripping them in your shower or bath for a sensual start into your day

>> adding them to your meals or to your water (like lemon, fennel or orange for example)

Are you interested in creating a more natural and sustainable home environment and self-care practice or are curious as to which oils could be beneficial for your current constitution?

Please don't hesitate to contact me via the contact sheet to schedule a free 30-min discovery call here or email me with your questions at

As a certified Aromatherapist, it's my pleasure to advise you on your essential oil journey and beyond.