Essential oils have many fascinating things about them; things that will help you to understand why pure essential oils are so expensive and help you to understand the process of producing them for our consumption. They have a “life force.” The use of essential oils date back to ancient times. They have been used to treat the ailments of people since early recorded history.
Bruce Tainio, Tainio Technology developed a devise capable of monitoring the electrical energy emitted from plants, soil and water. The machine is called a BT3 Frequency Monitoring System; the machine has highly sensitive sensors.
The bio frequencies of essential oils begin at 52 MHz in basil oil and go as high as 320 MHz. MHz (megahertz) is defined as: “a unit of alternating current (AC) or electromagnetic (EM) wave frequency equal to one million hertz (1,000,000 Hz).
Not all essential oils have the same bio frequencies. For example dry herbs have a frequency much lower than live herbs. There are charts that will tell you the frequencies of the plants/oils that interest you.
Essential oils contain hormones, vitamins, and antiseptics that work in many levels. These oils contain a “life force.” It is this life energy we get from the foods we eat.
Essential oils are the pure and undiluted vegetable substances extracted from the leaves twigs, berries, wood, bark and flowers; even from the peel of citrus fruits. The term “oil” is used but the consistency of essential oil is not fatty; it is more like water. Essential oils re highly volatile and they evaporate easily in open air releasing a strong scent; this is the reason they are referred to as being volatile oils as well. If you are familiar with the lavender plant, you know that you can rub the plant and the scent is left on our fingertips.
Essential oils are distilled according to the types of plants being used and the location of the oil in the plant determines the method of extraction. The most common methods used is done with water, steam or dry. The three main types of processes are: expression, distillation and solvent extraction. For example, coconut oil is by steam distillation; fractionated coconut oil is first processed by hydrolysis and then steam.
In steam distillation, the plant material is placed in a still and steam is used to force the essence out releasing the aromatic molecules.
With water distillation, the plant material is placed in water that covers it and then brought to a boil. Hydro diffusion is a type of steam distillation. There are a number of other forms of distillation but they embrace the e main types of processes.