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MAD Oilers Guide to Essential Oils and Drug Interactions: Over 700 Prescription and Over the Counter Medication Interactions (English Edition)
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MAD Oilers Guide to Essential Oils and Drug Interactions: Over 700 Prescription and Over the Counter Medication Interactions (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Michael J. Ivey R.N.

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The purpose of this book is to serve as a quick reference for essential oils and medication interactions. My wife introduced me to essential oils, which I initially met with skepticism, but used them daily as she advised. Several months later, I found myself in my physician’s office to have my blood pressure reevaluated. I had been on antihypertensive meds for 10 years. Two weeks prior to this appointment, I was having near syncopal episodes (near fainting). My physician advised me to stop taking my meds until I could see her in the office. Two weeks later, at my appointment, she checks my blood pressure and it was lower than it had ever been on meds. The only variable was the oils that I had been taking. She said “whatever you are doing is working, keep it up.” She advised me to stop taking the meds and keep a close check on my blood pressure. I was in disbelief. I would go to work every day for months and immediately check, expecting it to be elevated, and to my surprise, it stayed with in normal limits. After that, I began reading every clinical, and academic study on essential oils that I could get my hands on. I was blown away! There were so many benefits to using essential oils. As a healthcare professional, I felt a deep obligation to share this information with the world. There were volumes of information available on the uses and benefits, but very little information in the way of safety and medication interactions. I decided to compile this information and make it available to the public, as I have found very few publications with this information.

Essential oils are extracted by distillation from various parts of plants (seeds, stems, leaves, blossoms, bark, roots, etc.). These oils contain hundreds of unique compounds that can have physiological and emotional effects on the body. Most Western medicines are derived from these compounds. Pharmaceutical companies attempt to isolate individual compounds and synthesize them in order to create a consistent, stable and reproducible effect. The resulting medicine is now able to treat one specific condition. The drawback to this is that it is synthetic, and has additional compounds and chemicals added to produce the desired effect. This results in what we know as side effects. The end result is a medication that addresses one ailment and has numerous side effects, whereas one Essential oil can address numerous ailments and have very few side effects. For example, I can think of at least 50 uses for Lemon Oil alone. This is because essential oils retain their multitude of beneficial compounds.

It is imperative that one use only certified pure therapeutic grade essential oils. A majority of the oils that you find in your local grocery or health food store are not therapeutic grade. This means that they may have artificial additives, preservatives, scents or dyes. These will not give you the therapeutic effects and might be potentially dangerous to your health. Please choose your oils from a reputable source.

The benefits of using Essential oils for our physical and emotional well being are vast, when used appropriately. Inappropriate use can lead to very serious consequences and toxicity. Anything can be harmful if taken in excess, even water. When using essential oils, it is best to remember, “Less is more.” Essential oils are highly concentrated. For example, one drop of peppermint oil is equivalent to drinking 28 cups of peppermint tea.

Because Essential oils contain so many compounds, some of these can interact with medications, leading to increased side effects, alterations in drug levels, and other serious complications. It is not my attempt to dissuade people from using essential oils, but to educate and inform the public on safe and responsible use.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 106 pages
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  • Editeur : Michael J. Ivey RN (13 mai 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00KC7IX3M
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Good information but... 14 juin 2014
Par Dana Albert Goodan - Publié sur
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A great addition to anyone on medications looking into holistic health care but what about adding amounts of oils? By red,yellow or green flagging oils most readers won't take the time to do their own research. They may give up on oil use over finding a safe way to get off medications. In a society of more is better I feel more time should have gone into explaining "doses" of oils, 1-2 drops etc. Perhaps an explanation of "high amounts"assuming most readers don't understand the potency of certified pure therapeutic grade essential oils. If I had no exper ience in essential oils the precautions would have turned me away.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 MAD Oilers Guide to Essential Oils and Drug Interactions 16 mai 2014
Par Joy Larson - Publié sur
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Mr. Ivey! I read that book from cover to cover and thank you! I found out information on myself and people that I'm looking to for drug interactions. Very well put together - Very informative - you have serious knowledge. GREATNESS Ilove it!!! I'll be looking back through this many many times. Again - Thank You.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great information 23 mai 2014
Par Nicole M. Caposello - Publié sur
I found this book to be very informative & well put together. I think it'll make a great quick reference guide for myself. I wish there had been more info about how to take the oils though.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Riddled with misinformation on essential oils. 16 mai 2014
Par Clinical Aromatherapist - Publié sur
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There is a definite marketing spin put on a lot of the "facts" the author has written. Very sad. This book is nothing more than a marketing ploy for a Doterra salesman with a grasp on how to use google.

If it were meant to be taken more seriously, there would not be references to CTPG or "MAD Oilers". An unbiased, truthful approach, and sticking to industry facts is paramount to the credibility of ones sources and information. While there may be alot of truth to some of the interactions, the foundational facts regarding basic EO use are seriously flawed. Begging to ask the question, how much else is skewed by the Multi-level-Marketing?
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