Dr. Alicia Omaña dedicated many years of her career to the study of the biochemistry of oils extracted from plants, flowers, leaves and roots. Through a miraculous and divine path, she finally has launched her fine lines of superb quality essential oils: 

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Omaña Essential Oils - SPIRITUAL LINE: During biblical times essential oils were inhaled, applied directly to the skin, and ingested in which provided a physical, spiritual, emotional and mental benefit. In Psalm 51:7 David wrote: “Purge me with Hyssop and I shall be clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow”. During this time, it was cleared that using essential oils will give physical healing, wellness and enhancement to their spiritual time during worship, prayer, purification, confession and anointing. There are twelve Holy Biblical oils found in the scriptures. Dr. Omaña uses only the oils that are pure therapeutic grade essential oils.

Omaña Essential Oils - GENERAL LINE: the intent of these oils is to bring a therapeutic effect that aid physical and emotional conditions most commonly present in your life. The focus is more on the healing effort rather than in the aroma, although the aroma will bring desirable results when you use it. 

The following are few examples of Omaña Essential oils, but not limited:

  • Stress
  • Allergies
  • Insomnia
  • Calming
  • Fatigue
  • Low Energy
  • Headaches
  • Migraines
  • Aphrodisiac
  • ADD
  • Fears
  • Anxiety
  • Wrinkles
  • OCD
  • Relaxation
  • Bug Bites
  • Lack of Concentration Appetite Control
  • And much more…..

Omaña Essential Oils - CUSTOM FORMULATED LINE: What it makes Omaña Essential Oils Different from others is the exclusive custom formulation. Dr. Omaña will formulate the precise essential oil according to your health imbalances and own chemistry to bring you into a marvelous state level of wellness, equilibrium (balance), harmony and energy. You deserve to live with well-being, success and opulence. Just let us know about your health complains to order your very own personalized Omaña Essential Oil.

What makes Omaña Essential Oils different from others? The purity and organic nature provide a unique effectiveness and efficacy which is the trait of Dr. Omaña Essential Oils, Td.

What is an essential oil? It is a concentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile aroma compounds from plants obtained by several methods.

Distillation is the most common method for isolation of essential oils, but other processes such as maceration, solvent extraction, and mechanical pressing are used for certain products. Younger plants produce more oil than older ones, but old plants are richer in more resinous and darker oils because of the continuing evaporation of the lighter fractions of the oil.

The oils are stored as micro-droplets in glands of plants. After diffusing through the walls of the glands, the droplets spread over the surface of the plant before evaporating and filling the air with perfume. The most odoriferous plants are found in the tropics, where solar energy is greatest.

Aromatic plants, herbs, flowers and oils have been used as perfume, incense, culinary and medicinal purposes for thousands of years by many cultures. The first records of essential oils come from ancient India, Persia, and Egypt; and both Greece and Rome conducted extensive trade in odoriferous oils and ointments with the countries of the Orient. Most probably these products were extracts prepared by placing flowers, roots, and leaves in fatty oils. In most ancient cultures, odorous plants or their resinous products were used directly. Only with the coming of the golden age of Arab culture was a technique developed for the distillation of essential oils. The Arabs were the first to distill ethyl alcohol from fermented sugar, thus providing a new solvent for the extraction of essential oils in place of the fatty oils that had probably been used for several millennia.

The knowledge of distillation spread to Europe during the Middle Ages, and isolation of essential oils by distillation was described during the 11th to 13th centuries. These distilled products became a specialty of the European medieval pharmacies, and by about 1500 the following products had been introduced: oils of cedar wood, calamus, costus, rose, rosemary, spike, incense, turpentine, sage, cinnamon, benzoin, and myrrh. The alchemical theories of the Swiss physician and alchemist Paracelsus played a role in stimulating physicians and pharmacists to seek essential oils from aromatic leaves, woods, and roots.

Starting from the time of Marco Polo, the much-prized spices of India, China, and the Indies served as the impetus for European trade with the Orient. Quite naturally, such spices as cardamom, sage, cinnamon, and nutmeg were subjected to the pharmacists’ stills. By the middle of the 18th century in Europe about 100 essential oils had been introduced, although there was little understanding about the nature of the products. As chemical knowledge expanded in the late 1800s and early 1900s, many well-known chemists took part in the chemical characterization of essential oils.

In the United States, oils of turpentine and peppermint were produced before 1800; within the next several decades oils of four indigenous American plants became important commercially—namely, sassafras, wormwood, wintergreen, and sweet birch. Since 1800 many essential oils have been prepared, but only a few have attained commercial significance.

How it works? Essential oils are thought to have therapeutic properties when they are absorbed into the body (and eventually, the bloodstream) by inhalation or through direct contact with the skin. Inhaled molecules of these extracts stimulate the olfactory nerve sending messages to the brain’s limbic system and influencing hormones, metabolism, physical, emotional, and spiritual health and balance.

How to use Omaña Essential Oils? Apply in areas of greater absorption such as behind the ears, wrists, inner parts of arms and legs. Inhale after rubbing few drops gently on your hands. If pregnant or children consult with your Naturopath Doctor. Use them ONLY externally. 

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