Essential Oils - a Preview
Essential oils (or fatty
acids as they are commonly known) are indispensable for optimum functioning
of the body. They provide the basic building blocks for the body's
numerous enzymatic and hormonal functions. They are also precursors to eicosanoids.
Eicosanoids lower blood pressure, raise body temperature, modulate bronchial
passages, and stimulate hormone production. Their production is highly dependent
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There are 3 essential oil families: omega-3, omega-6, and omega- 9 fatty acids. Both omega-3 and omega-6 posses the strongest ability to generate eicosanoids. Omega-9s are weaker and not labeled as essential but are helpful. The common source of omega-9s is olive oil.
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