Some chemical compounds contained in oils have beneficial effects on neurotransmitters like dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine. The touch on sensory fibers of the skin to apply the essential oils have a positive impact on the transmission of referred pain. There are several essential oils that act as painkillers and other potent inflammatory, some of them are rubefacients (produce heat) and can function as light anesthetic (causing cold). The more efficient to reduce pain and inflammation are essential oils of Lavender, Tea Tree, Chamomile, Rosemary, Juniper, Mint and Eucalyptus. Before citing the uses of each oil include the importance of the use of lavender essential oil and its application is also recommended to improve the emotional state of patient regardless of the cause for its calming and relaxing action reduces muscle tension and aid sleep, problems sometimes arise as a result of severe or chronic pain. The 7 essential: Lavender essential oil is useful from a common headache to a migraine.
It relieves menstrual cramps, stomach and colitis. It is recommended to treat all forms of neuralgia, sciatica, muscle pain and rheumatism. Because of its effectiveness for treating any pain in general and due to its versatility can be applied to people of all ages including children and elderly is why this oil and Tea Tree essential oils are to be found in any first- aid. The essential oil of Tea Tree is very useful in pain from superficial wounds and bruises of any tip. Especially effective for treating ear pain by acting as germicide to eliminate the virus or bacteria causing the pain and also as a disinfectant, analgesic-inflammatory and even anesthetic. .