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This is why people get sick………

The human body lives on energy. A healthy body has a frequency of 62 – 68Hhz.
A healthy body is 62 – 72 Hz. When the frequency drops, the immune system is compromised. Tainio and colleagues determined that when a person’s frequency drops below the optimum healthy range, the immune system is compromised. Findings supported by this research indicate that:

• Human cells can start to change (mutate) when their frequency drops below 62MHz.
• 58 MHz is the frequency of your body when you have a cold or the flu.
• When candida is present within your body, you vibrate at a frequency of 55MHz.
• 52 MHz is the frequency of a body with Epstein-Barr virus present.
• 42 MHz is the frequency of a body wherein cancer can appear.
• When the death process begins – the frequency has been measured at 20 MHz.
• Processed/Canned Food 0 HZ…(the majority of food we eat)

Essential oils start at 52 Hz and go as high as 320 Hz, which is the frequency of Rose Bulgaria oil. Clinical research shows that therapeutic grade essential oils have the highest frequency of any natural substance known to man, creating an environment in which disease, bacteria, virus, fungus, etc., cannot live.
Low frequencies make physical changes in the body. Middle frequencies make emotional changes in the body. High frequencies make spiritual changes in the body. Spiritual frequencies range from 92 to 360 Hz.
How Do We Contract Disease?
According to a report (Epidemiology, May 2001; 11:345-349) psychological stress – particularly the chronic type that may accompany a personality with a negative outlook – is a risk factor for contracting colds/disease. An optimistic outlook and outgoing personality seemed to protect individuals, investigators found. When you listen to negative people, it takes down your frequencies. You will feel drained after you talk to people like that. Immediately use oil of Frankincense.
Individuals with a negative outlook were at greatest risk of developing illnesses – regardless of their intake of vitamin C and zinc or their smoking and drinking habits. The next highest-risk individuals were those who believed that they were under stress. These people were nearly three times as likely to become ill.

What Can We Do to Avoid Illnesses?
While orthodox medicine does not have the answer for colds and ‘flu, nature does – and it comes in the form of pure organic unadulterated Therapeutic Essential Oils. Why? Because they are made up of very high frequency molecules (ranging from 52MHz to 320MHz) and contain nature’s wisdom and power to raise the body’s frequency and to assist our immune system to fight viral invasions. For greater clarity, Therapeutic Essential Oils are not the same as everyday aromatherapy oils, which are produced for fragrant and other purposes.

Roman Chamomile 105 MHz

Frankincense 147 MHz

Helichrysum 181 MHz

Lavender 118 MHz

Myrrh 108 MHz

Peppermint 78 MHz

Rose 320 MHz
Sandalwood 96 MHz





Bronchitis occurs when the air passages in your lungs become inflamed. Bronchitis can be acute or chronic. Acute bronchitis is usually due to a viral infection — such as a cold — that starts in your nose or sinuses and spreads to the airways. Acute bronchitis usually lasts a few days, although you may have a cough for weeks afterward.

Signs and Symptoms:


Acute bronchitis:

  • Cough that produces yellow or green mucus
  • Burning sensation in the chest
  • Wheezing
  • Sore throat
  • Fever
  • Fatigue


Chronic bronchitis:

  • Chronic cough that produces mucus
  • Wheezing, shortness of breath
  • Blue tinged lips
  • Ankle, feet, and leg swelling



Acute bronchitis is usually caused by the same viruses that cause colds. But exposure to cigarette smoke or pollution, a condition called gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), and bacterial infections can also cause bronchitis.

The main causes of chronic bronchitis are cigarette smoking and prolonged exposure to air pollution, dust, and environmental tobacco smoke. During their lifteimes, 40% of smokers develop chronic bronchitis. One study shows that snoring is also associated with chronic bronchitis.

Preventive Care:

The best way to prevent chronic bronchitis is to avoid smoking and to stay away from air pollutants. For acute bronchitis, take steps to avoid colds and respiratory infections, such as washing your hands frequently, taking supplements, essential oils and using a Boomerang.

For acute bronchitis:

Studies show that antibiotics are not an effective treatment for acute bronchitis and may contribute to antibiotic resistance.

For chronic bronchitis:

N-acetyl-cysteine (1-4 tablets per day) — NAC is a modified form of a dietary amino acid that works as an antioxidant in the body. Several studies indicate that it may help relieve symptoms of COPD by acting as an antioxidant to reduce oxidative stress on the lungs (damage caused by free radicals, particles that harm cells and DNA). N-A-C is also a mucolytic, meaning it breaks up mucous.

For acute bronchitis:

Because bronchitis often follows a cold, some of the same supplements used to prevent or treat a cold may be helpful.

  •  Probiotics (Probiotic Eleven) — So called “good” bacteria or probiotics help prevent infections in the intestines, and there is preliminary evidence that they might help prevent respiratory infections, too.


For acute and chronic bronchitis/Expectorants for cough:

  • Lobelia (Lobelia inflata) — Also called Indian tobacco, lobelia has a long history of use as an herbal remedy for respiratory problems including bronchitis. It is an effective expectorant, meaning that it helps clear mucus from your lungs.
  • Bronchial Formula (ayurvedic) — Traditionally, it has been used for respiratory illnesses and coughs with lung congestion.
  • PLS II – A healing formula to help heal any type of wounded tissue. Great for the lungs in time of inflammation.



Running a cool humidifier with an essential oil combination such as eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus), bergamot oil, myrrh, lavender, Tea Tree, Marjoram and pine needle, has been suggested for several respiratory illnesses, including both acute and chronic bronchitis, to loosen phlegm, thin mucus and ease cough. Peppermint (Mentha piperita) — Peppermint is widely used for cold symptoms. Its main active agent, menthol, is a good decongestant. Menthol also thins mucus and works as an expectorant, helping loosen and break up phlegm. Depending on your health, an aggressive attack with oils may be necessary. One study found that people with acute bronchitis treated with essential oils containing monoterpenes did better than people who took placebo. Talk to an experienced aroma-therapist to learn which oil, alone or in combination, is best for you.

Supporting Research

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Ferri: Ferri’s Clinical Advisor 2010, 1st ed. Philadelphia, PA: Mosby Elsevier Inc. 2009.

Guo R, Pittler MH, Ernst E. Complementary medicine for treating or preventing influenza or influenza-like illness. Am J Med. 2007 Nov;120(11):923-929.e3. Review.

Hasani A, Pavia D, Toms N, Dilworth P, Agnew JE. Effect of aromatics on lung mucociliary clearance in patients with chronic airways obstruction. J Altern Complement Med. 2003 Apr;9(2):243-9.

Jackson IM, et al. Efficacy and tolerability of oral acetylcysteine (Fabrol) in chronic bronchitis: a double-blind placebo controlled study. J Int Med Res. 1984; 12(3): 198-206.

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Mandell: Mandell, Douglas, and Bennett’s Principles and Practice of Infectious Diseases, 7th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Churchill Livingstone. 2009; Ch. 61

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Nduba VN, Mwachari CW, Magaret AS, Park DR, Kigo A, Hooton TM, Cohen CR. Placebo found equivalent to amoxicillin for treatment of acute bronchitis in Nairobi, Kenya: a triple blind, randomised, equivalence trial. Thorax. 2008;63(11):999-1005.

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