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Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis with Essential Oils

Multiple sclerosis: 

Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects the brain and spinal cord. In the disease’s early stages, symptoms include weakness, numbness, tingling and blurred vision, along with muscle stiffness, urinary problems, and complications with mental processes. MS requires medical interventions; use essential oils to complement therapy with your doctor’s approval.

Diffuse Frankincense:

 Frankincense essential oil calms the mind, soothing worries and promoting deep, even breathing. It also helps with anxiety. diffuse it regularly in areas where you spend time and consider keeping some with you in an aromatherapy pendant. Because it is good for skin and for use as a general physical tonic, 1 to 3 drops of frankincense essential oil may also be enjoyed in a massage oil, in the bath, or on a washcloth placed on the floor of your shower.

Jasmine-Neroli Massage Oil: 


Neroli and jasmine essential oils offer support by alleviating chronic stress, anxiety, depression and fear. They also aid in relaxation, soothing headaches and easing feelings of vertigo, which by turn may help you feel more comfortable. 



  1. In a dark colored glass bottle, add the carrier oil along with the jasmine and neroli essential oils, and shake well to blend.
  2. Using your fingertips, apply 1 tablespoon of the blend to the arms, legs abdomen, back and chest and massage it into the skin.
  3. Repeat this treatment as needed.






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