Did you ever wonder why people under stress catch more cold or flu than those not under stress? Human beings are vibrational beings, in that all cells in our body vibrate at certain frequencies and respond to energy of a certain frequency range. “Stress” is a non-descriptive term that describes a lot of environmental conditions, some normal, such as traffic jams or an ill child and some which if ignored can lead to weakened immune systems.
Examples of chronic stressors are:
- negative outlook on life, or
- constant exposure to environmental triggers, such as pollen, poor air quality or
- a diet high in processed food.
Researchers at John Hopkins University found that the average frequency of the human body is between 62-78 Hz. Raise in the energetic frequencies keep the body’s immune system healthy, while lower frequencies depress immune system function.
In the book, The Body Electric, Dr Robert Becker M.D. explains that a person’s body vibrates at different frequencies depending upon that person’s state of health. Furthermore, Dr. Rife, the inventor of the Rife Machine proved that every disorder has a frequency and that this disorder responds to a specific frequency to resolve the condition. Much of his records and patient files were destroyed in the 1930’s, although some researchers have taken some of his writings and put together a catalog of frequencies.
Although there are some medical devices that use many of Dr. Rife’s frequencies, such as Cold Lasers, these devices are used more in the animal world (veterinarians) than for human conditions. With cold lasers, there is quite a bit of overlap between the frequencies used by veterinarians and frequencies used by physicians, who use energy medicine as part of their treatments. Since I only have experience with cold lasers, the above statement may not apply to other medical or diagnostic equipment used by physicians.
Using essential oils as vibrational medicine
A rather inexpensive way of using vibrational medicine is with the use of essential oils. Essential applies to the plant kingdom as these oils are essential for plant survival. Essential does not mean that human beings or other animals need them for survival. In fact, some of them are toxic to cats and can kill them, while dogs have limited tolerance for other oils that humans can use without side effects. There is a difference between Aromatherapy and Therapeutic Essential Oils, here it applies to Therapeutic Essential Oils. Many of these oils are anti-microbial and/or anti-fungal.
Essential oils vibrate at a very high frequency (52-320 MHz) with a chemical structure that is very similar to cells. As with other compounds found in nature, these oils have to be handled with care and distilled properly with the proper dilution in order to exert their therapeutic effects. Substituting armomatherapy oils for essential oils is not recommended. A practitioner who is skilled at essential oils should be consulted before attempting self treatment.
Essential oils with anti-microbial properties
- Oregano is one of the most widely used oils because it works against all microbes. It has anti-inflammatory properties, promotes digestion, opens up obstructed menstruation and helps cure allergies.
- Thyme oil is anti-viral and is a good anti-oxidant. Due to this property, it can protect the liver, kidneys and heart.
- Fennel strengthens digestion.
- Cinnamon is almost 100% effective against viruses.
- Rosemary is effective against parasites and fungus
- Clove is a very powerful anti-oxidant.
As with all substances, consult with a qualified health care practitioner before using these oils, especially if you are on prescription medications or are pregnant.