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Essence Aromatherapy Essential Oils Herbs and Recipes
Aromatherapy is used for many reasons and many ways. Let me introduce you to my businesses so you can enjoy life more fully.
An alternative therapy using plant extracts for their therapeutic value. You can find references to many uses of aromatherapy that date as far back as 2000BC when ancient Egyptians were using oils such as frankincense, sandalwood and cedarwood for their preserving properties for embalming the dead known as mummifaction. . Frankincense exellent for preserving skin, mind chatter, calming so if you want to deal with the signs of aging such as crows feet or signs of lack of sleep then get some sleep frankincense is a good oil combined with lavender makes a lovely aroma.
Aromatherapy is a form of alternative medicine that uses volatile plant materials, known as essential oils, and other aromatic compounds for the purpose of altering a person’s mind, mood, cognitive function or health according to many resources
Care for Quality Assurance
. Store oils in dark glass bottles in a cool place and your oils will retain their therapeutic value for approximately 18 months according to many sources. It is said the citrus family often start to lose their therapeutic value after 1 year but some others such as sandalwood and patchouli get better with age.
Aromatherapy is generally applied in one of three ways:
- Diffusion– the oils evaporate into the air. The aim is to give the air a specific fragrance or to disinfect it.
- Direct inhalation – the person breaths the evaporating oils straight in. This is commonly used for respiratory disinfection, decongestion, as well as for psychological benefits.
- Topical applications – applied onto the skin. Commonly used for massage, baths, and therapeutic skin care.
What have I used aromatherapy for?
- Muscular aches
- Body aches
- Circulation problems
- Digestive problems
- Menstrual problems
- Menopausal problems
- Some of my popular Essential Oils
- Basil – this is used to sharpen concentration and alleviate some of the symptoms of depression. Also used to relieve headaches and migraines.
- Bergamot – I love the aroma and it is said to be useful for the urinary tract and digestive tract discomforts.
- Black pepper – I use with other oils not by its self, It is listed in many resource books as commonly used for stimulating the circulation, muscular aches and pains, and bruises.
Citronella oil – this is a relative of lemongrass. I use it in my recipes for insect repelling
- Clove oil – a topical analgesic commonly used for toothache. I love the aroma
- Eucalyptus – often used for relief of the airways for people who have a cold or the flu. I use it in my sinus pillows combined with peppermint.
Geranium oil – I use this in many of my bath salt recipes
- Jasmine – An all time favorite of mine blends well with many other oils
Lavender oil – The most common uesd oil. I use it in almost all my products for bath and beauty and for cooking also. And I keep it in my first aid kit for burns and cuts.
- Lemon oil – used to give the person a mood-lift, also said to be effective for relieving the symptoms of stress and depression works great in bath recipes.
Sandalwood – I use this in my dream pillows
Tea tree oil – said to have antimicrobial, antiseptic, and disinfectant qualities. It is in my first aid kit also
- Thyme oil – I use in many products as it is said to help fatigue, nervousness and stress.
Yarrow oil – used for cold and influenza symptoms. I use in a diffuser
- Feel free to ask questions
I AM NOT DOCTOR. Although I help on the use of essential oils and herbs, it is important to follow up with your doctor as needed. Thanks