Aromatherapy – How essential oils can help you


Aromatherapy has its foundations in ancient holistic healing practice of mind body and spirit. It is something that has been known about the way before it was given a name which people use plants, herbal preparations and berries as a resource for the sick, anointing and warding off evil spirits. It was widely used in World War I to the wounded soldiers and a French expert named Rene-Maurice Gattefosse was the first to use the term “aroma therapie. The natural qualities barks, plants, flowers are still benefits in our modern age, and distillation technology for the processing of aromatherapy oils are much more complex. An aromatherapist can undertake fragrance courses and are trained to share their knowledge of essential oils to balance the mental, physical and spiritual health of their clients. The key benefits of essential oils are anti-bacterial, antispasmodic, group , astringent, anti-inflammatory, stimulating, soothing, diuretic, analgesic, deodorant, anti-viral, immunostimulant and aphrodisiac. This range of applications in addition to aromatherapy scent is what makes essential oils so well-liked.

Essential oils are easily absorbed Where is aromatherapy used? Through the skin based on their molecular structure means aromatherapy blend mixed with a carrier oil such as grapeseed oil or almond oil for massage is the premium choice of applications. Not only do you get to enjoy the relationship and easing the pain away on a physical level, but you get mental relaxation and spiritual awareness also. Second massage therapy, is to have a bath containing essential oils, which recommended that the treatment visit top up the hot water relaxes you physically and vapors from the oils stimulate the mind as well. This is true aromatherapy Spa home entertainment. One of the most popular oils are lavender oil as it has antibacterial, relaxing and balancing effect so it is useful to end the day relaxing entertainment. Another effective essential oil is tea tree oil, which is useful to target signs of a cold virus and will also try to fight off the infection.

Natural aromatherapy is not the only area that uses essential oils as they are also used in skincare with oils such as geranium, lavender, frankincense and neroli oil.

How is it used?

Massage Oils specially blended massage oils depending on the therapeutic

Aromatherapy oil burner ceramic or glass burner that uses tea light (flame) to distribute the oil.

Essential oil diffuser This can be in the form of a vaporizer, aromatherapy ring or aroma stone (no fire)

Aromatherapy & lotion cream applied topically to the skin

Aromatherapy soap natural soap contains a natural blend of essential oils (EO) and are often natural and handmade, which has the added benefit of not containing SLS and parabens.

Aromatherapy Perfume usually roller ball for easy application

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*** Please take care when essential oils as there are some very toxic if not used under professional supervision or even banned. The information on this site is intended for informational purposes only and is not an alternative to professional medical advice ***