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Essential Oils Descriptive Terms (Poultice – Sialogugue)

Glossary of Descriptive Terms – Essential Oils Properties, Actions & Effects

Poultice – the therapeutic application of a soft moist mass of herbs to the skin

Prophylactic – preventive of disease or infection

Psychosomatic – the manifestation of physical symptoms resulting from mental state

Pulmonary – pertaining to the lungs

Purgative – a substance stimulating an evacuation of the bowels

Pyelitis – inflammation of the kidney

Rubefacient – agent which reddens skin, dilates vessels increase blood flow

Refrigerant – cooling -reduces fever

Regulator – an agent that helps balance and regulate the functions of the body

Relaxant – soothing, causing relaxation, relieving strain or tension

Renal – pertaining to the kidney

Resolvent – an agent that disperses swelling, or effects absorption of a new growth

Restorative – an agent that helps to strengthen and revive the body systems

Revulsive – relieves pain by means of the diversion of blood or disease from one part of the body to another

Rhinitis – inflammation of nasal mucous membrane

Sclerosis – hardening of tissue due to inflammation

Scrofula – tuberculosis

Seborrhea – increased secretion of sebum

Sedative – agent that exerts a soothing, tranquilizing, calming effect on the body, good for nervous tension, stress, insomnia, anxiety and palpitations

Sialogugue – an agent that stimulates the secretion of saliva

Holistic MindBody Therapy, including pure essential oils, are gentle, noninvasive complementary forms of health care for balancing and synchronizing your body, mind and spirit and a natural, safe and effective way to enhance your health and well-being. Holistic health care often produces satisfying results where other methods have failed. Please consult with your physician regarding serious health concerns and do not attempt to self diagnose.

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