You may not know you even have one, a frequency that is. Frequency is the measurable rate of electrical energy flow that is constant between any two points. At least that’s the scientific definition. What’s important for us to know is that every object on this planet, still or alive, has an electrical frequency that can be measured. This measurement counts the number of occurrences of repeating current flow per second and is measured in units called Hertz (Hz). This measurement is defined in multiplying units like KHz, MHz, GHz, etc., but when we’re referring to a living organism like ourselves, the proper unit is MHz (Megahertz). So maybe you’re thinking, ok fine, but why should I care?
The study of frequencies brings up an important question regarding the foods we eat, the air we breathe and what we absorb. Let me give you a little background first. In the early 90’s a man named Bruce Tainio built the first frequency monitor in the world. With this monitor, Tainio determined that the average frequency of a healthy human is between 62-68 MHz. When the frequency drops below that, the immune system is compromised. So, in theory, if you are able to keep your body’s frequency above 62 MHz, you shouldn’t have to worry about getting sick. But what happens when we eat denatured canned or processed foods, breathe in pollutants, absorb toxins into our skin and lungs by using chemical cleaning products, hair products and beauty products? Introducing all of these substances, which happen to have very low frequencies, into our bodies begins to lower our healthy frequency, thus making us susceptible to disease. In fact, in one particular study, doctors took two young, healthy men whose frequency was measured at 66 MHz. They gave one man a cup of coffee to simply hold and his frequency dropped to 58 MHz in just 3 seconds. The second man actually drank the coffee and his frequency dropped to 52 MHz in 3 seconds.
Fortunately, nature provided us with something we can use to help raise our frequency, and that something is essential oils. Clinical research shows that therapeutic grade essential oils have the highest frequency of any natural substance known to man. When we use them they can create an internal environment in which disease, bacteria, viruses, fungus, etc., cannot live. But it is important to note that they must be 100% therapeutic grade essential oils, with no chemical solvents or preservatives. That is the primary reason why I use Young Living essential oils only. I actually tested this theory on my own via muscle testing. I would have an individual hold a bottle of Young Living Lavender oil, for example, in their non-dominant hand and outstretch the opposite arm. I push down on the outstretched arm while they resist my push. I would then have them hold a bottle of a different brand of Lavender oil and repeat the test. Every time, without fail, their arm remains steady and strong when holding the Young Living oil and their arm goes completely weak when they are holding the other brand. I’ve tried this with several different brands. Now mind you, that’s just by holding the bottle; so imagine what happens when we inhale, ingest or absorb a 100% pure oil versus one that is not so pure. I think that’s pretty amazing.
Here are a few examples of the frequencies of some of the Young Living Essential Oils:
- 580 MHz Idaho Blue Spruce
- 320 MHz Rose
- 181 MHz Helichrysum
- 150 MHz Thieves
- 147 MHz Frankincense
- 118 MHz Lavender
- 112 MHz PanAway
- 102 MHz Acceptance
- 78 MHz Peppermint
- 75 MHz R.C.
Daily use of essential oils can help us maintain a high frequency, thus a stronger immune system. The beauty of essential oils is that they are extremely versatile, so they have a wide range of application. They also work for the need that is present in our body. If there is no need present in the body, there is minimal reaction and no harm done. While oils are not accumulative in the body, their frequency and effect is cumulative. Essential oils are powerful tools indeed.