Neuropathy Pain and Essential Oils


Pines, Spruces and Firs are conifers and boy are they healing. This is an example of a datasheet that includes conifer essential oils. Here they have been used to ease the discomfort of Neuropathy. When you make a blend, make a datasheet. It keeps all your information in one location, readily available to read or pass on to your clients.

This particular one I made for a client who suffers from Neuropathy due to her diabetes. And although we cannot treat the diabetes, we can treat symptoms.

Diabetic Neuropathy pain is so uncomfortable. Finding essential oils that are safe to use for any health issue is a such a challenge. With diabetic neuropathy, I needed to choose essential oils that could stimulate the nerves but not interfere with medications, health and they need to be safe for the individual. Although there are no studies available that I am aware of that reliably indicate that essential oils directly impact blood sugar levels when used externally in ratios generally regarded as safe, there are a number of holistic aromatherapy practices that may indirectly benefit diabetics. This is to address symptoms only.

What I've put together will address pain, inflammation, swelling and help with nerve stimulation. Always use caution and take in to account clients age, health, medications, sensitization. It's always a good and smart habit to look up all safety guidelines and proper therapeutic use for each individual oil.

Datasheet: Neuropathy Blend

The following will gives a bit of insight on the oils I’ve included in this blend. The following essential oils were used from Aromatics International: Black Spruce Picea mariana , White Fir abies concolor, Siberian Fir Abies sibirica, Scotch Pine Pinus sylvestris, Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis ct camphor, Ylang Ylang Cananga odorata, and Frankincense Boswellia carterii . By blending multiple essential oils with similar and different components, you build a stronger foundation and this foundation offers many more wonderful qualities and therapeutic and clinical actions. All essential oils are made of chemical families consisting of a carbon backbone and then, depending on the essential oil, oxygen and/or hydrogen as well. These are tiny little molecules that DO NOT

bind to water. Water and oil do not mix. Essential oils need something to bind to such as carrier oils, lotions, creams et