Natural Solutions with Essential Oils Workshop



Where do Essential Oils Come From?
A variety of plants cover the Earth in different shapes, sizes, colors, and scents. Many of these plants contain compounds that typically can’t be seen with the naked eye. They hide within the roots, flowers, seeds, bark, or other areas of the plant. These compounds are known as essential oils. They are highly concentrated, making them extremely potent. Also referred to as volatile aromatic compounds, essential oils give a plant its aroma, protect it from harsh environmental conditions and insects, and even play a part in plant pollination


The Science Behind Essential Oils

When you hear the word “volatile,” you may think it holds a negative connotation; however, in the case of essential oils, volatility refers to a substance’s ability to change its state quickly. The chemical makeup of volatile aromatic compounds in essential oils allow them to disperse quickly through the air. This is why you can instantly smell the potent aroma of an essential oil from the moment you open the bottle even from a distance.


How do Essential Oils Work?

As volatile aromatic compounds move quickly through the air, you will experience the scent when the compounds interact directly with sensors in the brain. With over 3,000 types of volatile aromatic compounds discovered so far, it is important to note that these compounds greatly determine the benefit, aroma, and nature of each essential oil. Because of unique chemical makeup, each essential oil will vary from species to species, and even from plant to plant. The delicate ratio of aromatic constituents found in any given essential oil are what make it unique and give it specific benefits.


Essential Oils for Health Benefits

In ancient times, people used essential oils and plant parts to improve their health and well-being. Because essential oils can be used to soothe occasional skin irritations, promote healthy digestion, support good oral health, create feelings of clear airways*, and more, they have long been a popular choice for those who want to maintain good health.
Essential oils offer a variety of benefits, and each individual experiences essential oil use in their own way. Fortunately, the diversity of essential oils makes them a helpful way to maintain health, even for those who have specific health concerns, seek diverse health benefits, or experience sensitivity. Using essential oils for health benefits has become popular because it allows the user to tailor the experience to their specific wants and needs, rather than settling for a generic solution.


The Emotional Benefits of Essential Oils

With unique chemical structures, each essential oil holds a variety of benefits for the user. Some essential oils hold soothing, toning, and grounding properties, while others are known as energizing, uplifting, warming, or renewing. As our bodies go through an array of emotions and physical states throughout a single day, essential oils can help us manage and maintain well-being.
The chemical design of an essential oil gives it specific benefits. Some essential oils are helpful for cleansing or purifying, while others provide a soothing sensation to the skin. The aroma of essential oils can also create a chemical reaction in the brain, eliciting emotions and internal responses.
Our sense of smell can produce powerful, mental, physiologic, and emotional responses.




How to Apply Essential Oils

There are three ways to use essential oils:

1. Through smell.

We call this “aromatic” use of essential oils. This includes any application method that helps you experience the aroma of the oil.
You can use essential oils aromatically by:

- Diffusing in an essential oil diffuser
- Applying a drop to your hands and inhaling
- Wearing as a personal fragrance

2. On your skin.

“Topical” application of essential oils allows the oil to absorb into the skin.
Some ways to use essential oils on your skin are:

- Massage
- Apply to targeted areas and rub in
- Add to lotions or moisturizers

3. Ingesting,

or “internal” use of essential oils allows the oil to be transported throughout your body.
Make sure the essential oil is safe for internal use first, and then try one of these methods:

- Add to a glass of water
- Take in a veggie capsule
- Put a drop under your tongue



One of the most popular kit for beginners is the Home Essential Enrollment Kit for EUR 242.- You will save EUR 92.- when choosing from our shop and get a diffuser for 10 starter oils.

What is in this Kit?

  • 15 mL (unless otherwise noted)
  • Breathe
  • Deep Blue® (5 mL)
  • ZenGest®
  • Frankincense
  • Lavender
  • Lemon
  • Melaleuca
  • On Guard®
  • Oregano
  • Peppermint
  • Petal Diffuser
  • Welcome Pack & Enrollment


There are two possibilities. You can either register as a “benefit customer” or as an “independent product advisor” (Wellness Advocate), whereby you can earn commission for the latter for recommendations.
We recommend that you register as an “independent product advisor” in order to benefit from many promotions.
When registering and ordering for the first time, you can opt for an enrollment kit, which saves you the registration fee. However, you can also order individual articles, which then results in a registration fee of EUR 20.-.

  • Buy doTERRA products as a "benefit customer" and receive a 25% discount on the entire range.

  • The doTERRA Loyalty Rewards Program (LRP) has many functions and options. Become a member (Wellness Advocate) from our team. We will be happy to assist you if you have any questions.



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