Ginger Essential Oil And Fatty Liver

Dark Spot On Your Face And Hands Getting You Down? Fatty Liver? Painful Joints?? Let’s Look At Therapeutic Ginger Oil!

Brown discoloration on the skin can be embarrassing and frustrating and to make matters worse traditional skin lightening compounds may pose health risks. If skin discoloration is a problem for you or some ones you know here is some great news! Scientific research demonstrates therapeutic Ginger oil lightens and brightens discolored areas on our skin as it inhibits production of melanin. See the study below…

“The results indicate that the tested concentrates of volatile oil from Ginger showed inhibitory effects on cell proliferation and melanogenesis. Hence, volatile oil from Ginger could be used as an effective skin-whitening agent applied in food industry: https://ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29355275

Therapeutic grade Ginger oil is not a one trick pony, here are a few more outstanding health benefits…
Ginger essential oil is the oil of choice to support non-alcoholic fatty liver!

Non-alcoholic fatty liver is an epidemic disease imbalance. 1 out of 3 people in the US are afflicted with this destructive liver issue: Therapeutic grade Ginger oil is known to powerfully support elimination of non-alcoholic fatty liver:  https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3502023/

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Therapeutic grade Ginger oil is also known to greatly inhibit joint pain. Best results are noted within several weeks of use…

Therapeutic grade Ginger essential oil supports pain free joints!. 

Studies have found therapeutic grade Ginger oil blocks inflammatory cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) and lipoxygenase-5 (LOX-5) enzymes. And a new study from Iran’s Tabriz University of Medical Sciences tested 64 diabetics and found that oral consumption of therapeutic grade Ginger oil decreased pro-inflammatory cytokines IL-6 and TNF-alpha, as well as hs-CRP levels – indicators of inflammation.

There are many ways to use this remarkable essential oil information in your daily life…

Ginger Essential Oil And Fatty Liver

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Your Friend In Health,

Michelle Hamel NMT-LMT
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Certified Wellness Consultant And Clinical Aromatherapist


Learn about The Hamel Method

Including The Use Of The Purest, Most Potent Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils

I have researched and currently use specific combinations of steam distilled, solvent-free essential oils which effectively assist the immune system in creating a healthy balance. It is very important when using therapeutic grade essential oils to use the purest, unadulterated solvent free oils.

The pure steam distilled, therapeutic grade essential oils I use do not contain solvents or pesticides which are known to cause liver and kidney damage. They work deeply on the cellular level and are approved for internal use by the FDA. Adulterated, or synthetic, oils are known to create toxic health effects. In Europe, there is a set of standards for grading therapeutic essential oils known as AFNOR (Association French Normalization Organization Regulation) and ISO (International Standards Organization). These guidelines differentiate between a true therapeutic-grade essential oil and a lower grade oil. Your wellness coaching will include the use of therapeutic grade essential oils that meet these high standards.

Through years of study, research and travel, I coach people around the world wishing to learn more about creating healthy longevity. The reality is the correct use of therapeutic grade essential oils is an integral component I use in my Wellness Coaching to bring people into a healthy balance. However, there are other wellness protocols necessary to create a holistic health program. This program is known as the “Hamel Method”, which includes the Six Wellness Essentials; a powerful, synergistic wellness approach!


Obligatory Disclaimer: The information contained within this article is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to treat, diagnose or prescribe. Always consult with your doctor before beginning a new healthy lifestyle protocol.

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