This suggestion is from Aromatherapy A-Z by Connie and Alan Higley and Pat Leatham. Essential oils were humankind’s first medicine. Throughout history, oils such as frankincense, myrrh, rosemary, hyssop and spikenard were used for anointing and healing the sick.
Essential oils are the volatile liquids distilled from parts of plants such as seeds, bark, leaves, stems, roots, flowers, or fruits. Because the molecular size of essential oils is small, the oils quickly penetrate skin tissue; affecting every cell of the body within 20 minutes.
Some essential oils can be applied directly to parts of the body (generally one to six drops), while others need to be diluted in a carrier oil. For instance, the feet have large pores and will absorb oils quickly. The rim of the ear is also another effective part of the body to apply essential oils because many internal organs have nerve endings in the ears.
Each oil has a frequency and each of our organs and body parts also has a frequency. The average frequency of the human body during the daytime is between 62 and 68 MHz, bone frequency is 38 to 43 MHz, frequencies from the neck down vary between 62 and 68 MHz, and spiritual frequencies range from 92 to 360 MHz. The frequency of an oil is attracted by a like frequency within the body and subsequently influences that body part.