Essential Oils and EMF Protection

October 11, 2017 3 Comments

I was recently asked if there are essential oils that helps with EMF (electromagnetic field) protection. Antioxidants have been scientifically shown to be very beneficial with EMF protection. All 100% pure essential oils possess antioxidant properties, in addition to many other health supporting properties such as anti-inflammatory, antiviral, immune boosting, nervine, etc. They each have varying Hertz frequencies, which generate energetic support by increasing the body’s Hz to combat the incoming stimuli.


EMF Effects

When you look at the effects that EMF’s have on immune system suppression, blood cell functions and health and cellular communication, you can see that essential oils can help nourish and support the body and mind during these times of environmental stress. They also serve as an adaptogen of sorts. Hence, they can have direct and indirection benefits with EMF protection.

  • Rose essential oil is known to have the highest Hz at 320.
  • Lavender essential oil runs about 115-120Hz.
  • Elemi and Palo Santo can enhance the body’s ability to combat and negate negative energy invasion.
  • Yarrow offers restorative nd antioxidant support to help not only against negative energy invasion, but to neutralize any negativity that gets into the cells (source)
  • Balsam Fir is known to negate negative energies
  • Cedarwood strengthens the body’s energy to neutralize invading negative energies
  • Hyssop protects from invading negative energy


In layman’s terms, essential oils can raise the body’s energy (vibration) so it can function as best as it can to keep immunity strong. As you might imagine with increasing technology, WIFI and EMF exposure, one of our biggest sellers is our Energy Balancing Spray. This was specially formulated to provide support on all levels – physical, mental, emotional, energetic, spiritual and environmental.


EMF Exposure

So why is this topic important? There are studies showing the impact EMF exposure has on our immune system, cognitive disruption, attention, memory and hormone regulation. EMF exposure is a physical field produced by electrically charged objects (source). It can come from being around fluorescent lights, cell phones, wireless devices, power lines, microwaves and other appliances. A September 2017 hypothesis study states that EMF exposure increases oxidation (I call this aging or internal rusting) in the body, reducing immunity and opening the door for pathological production of germs to inhabit our body (source). Coincidently, essential oils are known to boost the immune system and support body processes, so if it were me, and I was being exposed to EMF’s, I’d be diffusing my essential oils (via a necklace, bracelet, body mist and lotion). High frequency EMF’s (microwave) exposure showed a disturbance of red blood cells and membranes (source).

I learned about EMF’s and diodes in 2002 when I was on a quest to improve my health as I battled IBS and Crohn’s. I use diodes on my computer, cell phone and other devices from Ener-G Polari-T. Their diodes help shield EMF exposure and work with the body’s natural electrical system. I’ve always heard (from my scientist friends) that essential oils are natural diodes in and of themselves. I always surround myself with aromatherapy and my immune system is definitely stronger than when I never used them.


EMF Supporting Herbs

Some of my favorite herbals that have been shown to provide antioxidant and cellular restorative properties are:


EMF Supporting Gemstones


This article includes excerpts from courses at the JennScents Aromaversity.


Ener-G Polari-T
Dr. Kimberly Balas, Various Educational Seminars
JennScents Holistic Aromatherapy Comprehensive Guide
Dr. Bruce Berkowsky, Natural Health Science



Information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure or prescribe. It is recommended that if serious health issues exist, you consult a licensed medical provider. JennScents does not assume liability or responsibility for the use and/or misuse of this information. Please exercise the utmost caution and follow safety guidelines to ensure responsible aromatherapy practices.


References: This blog may contain excerpts from JennScents Aromaversity Certification Courses and the JennScents Holistic Aromatherapy Comprehensive Guide.

Article References: JennScents Holistic Comprehensive Guide, JennScents Aromaversity Classes, JennScents E-books and Reference Material

Author: Jennifer Pressimone, Entrepreneur, Formulator, Author
Jennifer Pressimone is an aromatherapy entrepreneur (an Aromapreneur™). She is the founder and President of JennScents®, Inc. and the JennScents Aromaversity®. She is the Vice-President and Regional Florida Director of Central Florida for the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA). Jennifer has build, managed and maintained several health and wellness businesses over the last 20 years. She is an incredibly gifted essential oil formulator, aromatherapy educator, public speaker, herbalist, author and philanthropist. She leads with passion, experience and heart to inspire, empower and motivate others to not only follow their dreams, but crush it, realizing more than they ever imagined possible. Jennifer is a life coach and business mentor. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of Central Florida, and has thousands of hours in continuing education in many health and wellness topics. Her specialties include mind-body health, gastrointestinal health and cognitive aromatherapy for humans and pets.

Disclaimers: Information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure or prescribe. It is recommended that if serious health issues exist, you consult a licensed medical provider. JennScents does not assume liability or responsibility for the use and/or misuse of this information.

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  • Joyce says:

    Your article specifically stated rose and lavender, but another site specifically states rosemary! Do they all work then or what is the deal here?

    • erinmarycrane says:

      Hi Joyce, great question. The information we provide is for educational purposes only and is based on our own personal experience or evidence based science we have found. It is not the only information to the topics we discuss. As you explore information, you will find that other aromatherapists may have experience using different remedies and essential oils to help with the same or similar topic.

  • All essential oils can help kill bacteria & viruses, fight infection, relieve allergies, and alleviate anxiety, stress, depression, fatigue, and poor memory. A lot of benefits actually!

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