A number of essential oils activate segregation in different ways. Marceso underlines that “they stimulate all drainage channels to eliminate products and toxic metabolites, stimulate the activity of the skin, lungs, kidneys and intestines, and thus have a detoxifying effect.” Among the most effective diuretic (helping urination) is the juniper, which acts by enhancing the kidney filtering function and by increasing the amount of potassium, sodium and chlorine released. A limited number of essential oils such as rosemary and oregano act as laxatives and one of the most expensive rose oil is most effective for this purpose.Other oils have an extinguishing action stimulating the discharge of thick secretions from the lungs and bronchial pathways. Tthey are useful in all respiratory diseases, eucalyptus, tea bush, lemon, lavender, mint and sandalwood are the most effective in this respect, and some oils act on the skin, which is one of the main secretory organs of the body. Known as sedorifiers (sweat), they include rosemary, hyssop, and chamomile, the main function of which is to aid secretion through the sweat glands. Essentially, essential oils have a multifaceted effect in terms of enhancing body cleansing processes and keeping it free from excess waste products.