Chiropractors Benefit from Essential Oils


Chiropractors know that when adjusting the body it is important to work on relaxing the muscle tissue first. Therapeutic grade essential oils can increase circulation, decrease soreness and discomfort, and calm and relax muscle tissue. The chemical structure of essential oils allows them to be absorbed into the bloodstream via the skin for internal benefit throughout the body within 30 seconds of application. Chiropractors can apply essential oils directly to the skin before and after each chiropractic treatment for lasting results.


Favorites at Chiropractic Offices

Soothing Blend

The soothing blend is great for sore muscles and joints. Wintergreen, camphor, peppermint, blue tansy, German chamomile, helichrysum and osmanthus work together to ease achy joints and sore muscles. Its effects are deep and penetrating with sustained results.

Massage Blend

The massage blend combines the therapeutic benefits of oils well-known to relax muscles, calm tension, soothe irritated tissue, increase circulation, and smooth limbs. A popular massage blend consists of essential oils of basil, grapefruit, cypress, marjoram, peppermint, and lavender.

Grounding Blend

Everyone experiences moments of anxiousness. The warm, woody aroma of the grounding blend, creates a sense of calm and well-being. This blend combines Spruce, Ho Wood, Frankincense, and Blue Tansy to offer an enticing fragrance which promotes tranquility and a sense of balance.

Tension Blend

The tension blend addresses discomfort associated with head and neck tension, provides calming comfort with the strength of therapeutic grade essential oils of wintergreen, lavender, peppermint, frankincense, cilantro, marjoram, roman chamomile, basil, and rosemary.


Wintergreen is a wonderful single essential oil soothing achy muscles and joints.


Chiropractors Value Pure Therapeutic Grade

Pure Therapeutic Grade Essential Oils are 100% pure, natural, aromatic compounds carefully extracted from plants. They do not contain fillers or artificial ingredients that would dilute their active qualities and are free of contaminants such as pesticides or other chemical residues. As important as it is to keep contaminants out of our oils, assuring the presence of their active compounds, at the right levels, is necessary to guarantee safety and effectiveness. Many oils claim to be therapeutic grade, and some may be pure, but few are subjected to rigorous testing standards for chemical composition.



Want to integrate essential oils into your chiropractic office?

If you are a chiropractor interested in integrating essential oils into your patient care, please feel free to contact me. You’ll be able to tap into the experience of a premier expert on wellness and essential oils and a licensed practitioner of chiropractic medicine and the former administrator of a large health clinic.

Besides assisting you in selecting the right essential oils for your patients, you will receive guidance and tips on how to best integrate them into your services, along with handouts and information ready to give to your patients.