Essential Oil Acupressure Knee Pain

Essential Oils are known for modern science for their physical and emotional therapeutic benefits. Distilled from plants, these highly unstable essences quickly trigger nerve messages to the brain’s limbic center and pituitary gland. The pituitary gland releases chemical messages that travel via the blood to glands and organs to generate physiological responses. The highest quality of therapeutic strength Essential Oils is used as an adjunct to the massage treatment.

What is acupressure?

The healing art of Acupressure is at least 5,000 years old. It is the third most popular method for pain and illness relief in the world. It is a complete health system that has been documented for use in over 3000 conditions. Anyone who is seeking alternatives to their current treatments or those concerned about situations in which they may not be able to find medical, should consider this as their first treatment choice.

How essential oil works

The pure essential oils are actually watery and very volatile. In the case of massage, a few drops of the powerfully concentrated substance are added to carrier oils such as grape seed or almond. For inhalation treatment the drops are added to hot water, where they quickly vaporize or may be inhaled from a cloth. The oils are rapidly absorbed through the skin or through inhalation due to their molecular structure. They are equally quick to distribute throughout the system. Once the oil is in the system, the nerves fire and sends messages to the limbic area of the brain, which is the area that governs emotions. The pituitary gland is stimulated, which results in chemical messages being sent via the blood stream to specific glands and organs. Use of these oils in acupressure is very beneficial for the knee. The hand movement becomes very easy while performing the acupressure. The knee feels too relaxed after the acupressure season. Before using at home it should be consulted with an acupressure practitioner.

Important note

Some report almost immediate results and others may need a few weeks to get lasting results. Acupressure is safe and the use of essential oils to it is an addition to its goodness. Side effects are very rare. Treat while sitting down and do not administer after meals.