Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy, a medical treatment using “smell therapy” of essential oils, with or without the combination of topical essential oil massage and /or ingestion of the same or different essential oils. The inhalation of essential oils has a profound effect on the brain’s hypothalamus and limbic system. Combining aromatherapy with essential oils massage benefits the mind…

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Essential Oils, Fact or Blend?

Essential oils are derived from plant structures. Hallowed and hailed as healers, mood setters, gourmet accoutrements and glorious scents, essential oils have been slated for external application, ingestion, inhaled as well as mixed with a montage of various other essential and non-essential oils, minerals and herbs for innumerable concoctions, potions and even tinctures. There are…

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Lavender Oil

Lavender oil is the most popular of all essential oils. Lavender oil is the most used and the most recognized fragrance of all essential oils. Lavender oil has a long Biblical history of being used medicinally, for remedies, for incense and for scenting. More recently lavender oil has been used for aromatherapy, therapeutic purposes as…

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Essential Oils

Essential oils are concentrated aroma compounds (volatile) of hydrophobic liquid derived from plants. Essential oils, known also as ethereal oils or volatile, are distilled from plant material by steam. Plant extracted oil is called “essential” because the processed essential oil has the specific scent, or essence of the plant. Essential oils have one similarity and…

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