| Randall Agee
Parkinson's disease is a neurodegenerative disorder characterized by a progressive inability to control the muscles, leading to trembling, slowness, stiffness, and impaired balance. As the disease progresses, moving, talking, and completing even simple tasks become more difficult. Use essential oils to complement conventional therapy with your caregiver's approval.
Frankincense essential oil has a positive effect on the mind and body, calming the mind, promoting relaxed, even breathing, and stopping anxiety. It also aids in promoting muscle function, particularly with respect to small, smooth muscles. Take 1 drop of frankincense essential oil sublingually each day as tonic to support overall well-being.
Diffuse Frankincense and Myrrh:
Frankincense and myrrh promote mental balance and decrease the anxiety and agitation that often accompanies Parkinson's disease. The fragrance is warm, spicy, and comforting. Diffuse equal amounts of frankincense and myrrh in the area where the patient spends most of his time.