Essential oils enter our body via cutaneous, respiratory and olfactory pathway. Ones in the body, essential oils act both systemically and locally. With individual nasal inhalation we can administer medicinal volatile molecules via olfactory pathways. They pass through the mucous membrane of the nostrils and stimulate the nerve cilia, which in turn generate a nerve impulse of the two olfactory bulbs at the top of the nostrils. These electrochemically generated stimulations go through the first cranial nerves which branches to several sites in the brain, primarily the olfactory cortex of the temporal lobes and amygdala in the limbic area of the brain. In this way, we can regulate the body functions, mood, behavior, learning capabilities and memory.
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