Essential Oils for Immune Support, Cancer Prevention and Overall Wellness

NCP16_banner_day-3(NaturalPath) Essential oils are a hot topic at the moment, and lots of companies are making strong claims of what their products can do. Essential oils are the aromatic and volatile compounds found in shrubs, flowers, trees, roots, bushes, resins, and seeds, and they can have powerful incredible healing power when used correctly. Dr. Sarah LoBisco explains this and more at the Natural Cancer Prevention Summit.

Dr. Sarah LoBisco, ND started her career studying psychology State University of New York at Geneseo, and then went on to get her doctorate in naturopathic medicine at the University of Bridgeport’s College of Naturopathic Medicine (UBCNM). She is licensed in Vermont as a naturopathic doctor. Dr. LoBisco is a speaker on integrative health, has several publications, and is a certification candidate in functional medicine. Dr. LoBisco currently incorporates her training as a naturopathic doctor and functional medicine practitioner through writing, researching, private practice, and through her independent contracting work for companies regarding supplements, nutraceuticals, essential oils, and medical foods. Dr. LoBisco also enjoys continuing to educate and empower her readers through her blogs and social media, and she is frequent contributor to NaturalPath.

In her interview with Razi Berry at the Natural Cancer Prevention Summit, Dr. LoBisco delves deep into the science behind essential oils and discusses their healing power. Dr. LoBisco also emphasizes the importance of using high quality oils to ensure the potency and safety of the oil. Essential oils can have a major impact on an individual’s health, with the potential to improve one’s mind, body, and spirit, and even play a part in preventing chronic diseases such as cancer.

To learn more about essential oils from Dr. Sarah LoBisco, listen to her interview at the Natural Cancer Prevention Summiton Wednesday, May 18th.

Register today at thecancersummit.com

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  • Michael Marinelli
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    Hi Sarah hope your doing well I try to catch much of you discussions on immune system buildup… I had 4 stents put in just over 1 1/2 years ago and am now on a single 81 aspirin a day plus my heart rate med. Deb and I were also in involved in an accident last year hit broadside while waiting to pull out from a parking lot to a side road, we were sitting in lot when car veered off road and hit us. We’ll I and Deb suffered whiplash and have been treated for it….I went to a holistic Dr. In Syr who recommended Curcumin 500mg. daily, it was wonderful….but as I researched further I read that it was a blood thine as well. So I called my cardiologist about it. He recommened that I not use the curcumin because it had not been tested with the particular stents I have. My question is this do you know how powerful a blood thinner 500mg of circumin is once a day compared to a baby aspirin?

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