Essential oils have long been used for beauty and health products. They can be topically applied or orally taken for efficacy. Many popular body care products on the market have scents that are essential oil based. These potent oils have long been used to relieve certain conditions like hypertension, stress, pain and even skin diseases. But little is known about their cancer-fighting properties. A breakthrough discovery was that essential oils were found out to have certain frequencies.
Frequency is a parameter in science used to measure the rate of vibrations emitted by almost all living organisms and other environmental elements that are usually sources of energy.
Essential oils, which are produced from plants, contain frequencies. These frequencies also vary depending on the type of plants they originate from, and the different frequencies have various effects on us.
Some of the most popular essential oils used today are mint, ginger, lemon, grapefruit, jasmine, lavender, chamomile, thyme, rose, and cinnamon. In order to find out how these oils could possible combat cancer, researchers tested the oils to determine their antibacterial activity as well how they acted in vitro against cancer cells. Bruce Tainio of Tainio Technology (also the head of the Department of Agriculture at Eastern Washington University developed a sophisticated and useful device called the Calibrated Frequency Monitor or CFM which is capable of measuring the frequencies of essential oils and also of determining how those oils and their frequencies affect the frequency of human beings on whom they were applied.
“Cancer starts when the DNA code within the cell’s nucleus becomes corrupted,” says Immunologist Mahmoud Suhail. Cancer thrives in low vibrations and it appears that essential oils are able to raise the frequency within the cell and the whole body which is effective at eliminating cancer.