Di Young Living, kami mempunyai begitu ramai Pakar yang berbicara mengenai EO, kebanyakannya Doktor yg bukan calang2 jurusan. Salah seorang darinya ialah Dr. Cole Walley.
Dr. Cole Walley merupakan salah seorang pakar yg Essential Oils yg sangat saya kagumi dan hormati di Young Living. Beliau sgt berpengetahuan dan penerangan mudah beliau tentang EO sangat membantu individu2 yg baru ingin berjinak2 dengan Essential Oils ini. Suka saya kongsikan apa yg Dr. Cole Walley bincangkan tentang Frankincense di FB beliau, semoga ia dapat menambah ilmu kita bersama, Insya Allah. Credit goes all to him along with all the pictures..:)
Anda boleh mengikuti Dr. Cole Walley di facebook beliau di SINI bagi mendapatkan lebih banyak maklumat berguna di sana. Kindly take note, perkongsian tentang EO yg beliau lakukan adalah khas untuk minyak Young Living Essential Oils ya. Bukan minyak jenama lain. Apa yg beliau sarankan tentang EO dan cara penggunaan adalah merujuk kepada YLEO.
Ini penting utk kita tahu sebab ada ramai individu diluar sana (yg masih belum memahami asas utama essential oils) mencedok ilmu dan cara penggunaan EO (terutama cara Ingest/Oral) tetapi menggunakan EO jenama lain. Ini bahaya. Sangat bahaya. Educate yourself about EO and how EO can be different from one another.
Semoga perkongsian di bawah memberi manfaat buat semua. Insya Allah
The Aroma of FRANKINCENSE Essential Oil is Like Watching a Stage Play or Movie
Most stage plays and movies contain many actors. Some actors are star actors who get lead parts. They are known as LEADING ACTORS. Then there are SUPPORTING ACTORS who have fewer speaking and acting parts. Finally, there are the BACKGROUND ACTORS (Extras) who do not have speaking parts, they simply act as background characters that provide realism to the scene. Consider the musical Oklahoma.
The aroma of an essential oil is similar to the voices and actions of actors in a stage play or movie. There are generally 3-5 LEADING MOLECULES that dominate the aroma and bioactivity of most essential oils. Then there are 5-15 SUPPORTING MOLECULES that make up a significant percentage of the essential oil molecules. Finally, there are 100-200 BACKGROUND MOLECULES that make up the background aroma of most essential oils.
Most essential oils have 3-5 Leading Molecules that make up 50-80% of the essential oil molecules. For instance, the molecule alpha-pinene plays a leading role in frankincense essential oil. Frankincense contains about 30% alpha-pinene. There are two other leading molecules in carterii frankincense essential oil: limonene (14%) and alpha-thujene (13%). These three leading molecules make up 57% of the molecules and dominate the initial aroma of carterii frankincense essential oil.
Frankincense essential oil also has 5-15 Supporting Molecules. The Supporting molecules in frankincense include the Monoterepenes: sabinene (6%), myrcene (6%), para-cymene (5%), alpha-phellandrene (3%), trans-beta-caryophellene (3%), beta-pinene (2%), camphene (1%), and cis-4-carene (1%). They also include the Oxygenated Monoterpene: terpinen-4-ol (2%), and the Sesquiterpene molecules: delta-cadinene (1%), beta-elemene (1%). These Supporting Molecules make up 31% of the frankincense essential oil molecules. They play a substantial role in the initial aroma and bioactivity of carterii frankincense essential oil.
The final 12% of the molecules in frankincense essential oil are summed up in the Background Molecules. There are over 100 Background Molecules. Most of these Background Molecules are present in 0.1%-0.7%. The Background Molecules are composed chiefly from Oxygenated Monoterpene, Sesquiterpene, Oxygenated Sesquiterpene, Diterpene, and Oxygenated Diterpene molecules. The frankincense tree produces only marginal quantities of these Background Molecules. However inconsequential they may seem, these Background Molecules provide a background aroma and bioactivity that makes frankincense essential oil so distinct.
Most essential oils are composed of 3-5 Leading Molecules, 5-15 Supporting Molecules, and over 100 Background Molecules. Let’s continue to explore some examples of essential oils.
In my new book, Exploring Essential Oils, I created 6 chapters exploring the chemistry, bioactivity, and aroma of molecules in essential oils. Exploring Essential Oils is intended guide you from being a novice towards being an expert in essential oils. In the Word Glossary section of each chapter you will learn new vocabulary to spice-up the description of your essential oil experiences. Think of the confidence you will have.
The aroma of Frankincense essential oil is like watching the musical stage play/movie Oklahoma.