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With aromatherapy (also known as essential oil therapy) you use natural plant extracts to promote your well-being. In this video we explain what aromatherapy is and where it comes from. With aromatherapy, you can improve the health of the body, mind, and spirit.
Aromatherapy works in 3 different kinds of ways. In this video we explain what the 3 things are and what you need to know before using it.
We investigated numerous studies and what the effect of aroma is on our health.
Aromatherapy activates areas in your nose called smell receptors, which send messages through your nervous system to your brain. But how does it exactly work?
What would you like to know about aromatherapy, essential oils or anything else that is related to holistic wellness?
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Aromatherapy helps you to take a time out for yourself, to be mindful and to reconnect with yourself, even for a moment. Aromatherapy has with essential oils a dynamic effect on the mind and body.
Take care of your mind and body and it will take care of you.
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Aromatherapy is very much a part of our everyday lives. From the smells of freshly brewed coffee and newly baked bread to the bracing sea air or freshly mown grass, the sense of well being that these aromas evoke can be quite remarkable. If you’ve ever wanted to discover more about Aromatherapy, this programme is definitely for you!
A range of the most popular essential oils are explained and the best ways to use them. There is also a detailed demonstration of Aromatherapy massage in action, with plenty of top tips if you want to try it yourself.
The researchers found that participants felt significantly less stressed, anxious, fatigued and overwhelmed after wearing the aromatherapy patches. The levels of anxiety and fatigue they reported fell by 40 percent, and their stress levels and feelings of being overwhelmed decreased by half.
***The patches were infused with a citrusy blend of essential oils: lemon, orange, mandarin, pink grapefruit, lemongrass, lime and peppermint.
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Reven, Marian & Humphrey-Rowan, Janelle & Moore, Nina. (2020). West Virginia University Oncology Nurses Don Aromatherapy Patches: A Pilot Feasibility Study/ “The International Journal of Professional Holistic Aromatherapy” (IJPHA) Volume 8, Issue 4, Spring 2020.
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This is an Aromatherapy inhaler recipe to help you Breathe and Sleep!
It’s made with three essential oils that are great for reducing congestion, and for helping you feel relaxed. Their overall effect is to make it easier for you to get to sleep when you have a cold (or allergies, or a sinus infection . . . you get the idea!).
An Aromatherapy inhaler consists of a piece of cotton soaked in essential oils. The cotton then goes into a “sleeve,” and a bottom section snaps into place to hold the entire thing together.
There are several ways to make an Aromatherapy inhaler, and the first way is to put the cotton insert in a little bowl. (This is a good technique if you’re not sure about your recipe.)
The second way (3:01) is just to put your cotton insert into the inhaler sleeve, then drop your essential oils right into the inhaler. (This is a simple way to make an Aromatherapy inhaler if you know you love your recipe.)
Good news! Aromatics International recently started carrying inhalers with organic wicks. You can find those here:
When you’re done, don’t clean out your small bowl. Let it sit on your counter so the essential oils can evaporate into the air and make the room smell amazing!
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This is a complete series of short tutorials relating to aromatherapy essential oils and their uses.
Important Information – 0:13
Top Notes – 1:16
Top to Middle Notes – 9:20
Middle Notes – 14:19
Middle to Base Notes – 23:49
Base Notes – 26:26
Carrier Oils – 36:49
Other Uses – 39:52
It is extremely important that you do not underestimate the potency of essential oils and the potential dangers of using them incorrectly. There are very few oils that can be used neat on the skin and some can interact with medication, medical conditions etc. so never use these without prior training and, if in doubt, ask a trained professional if a particular oil is suitable for you.
This is a tutorial and aromatherapy massage should not be performed by anyone who is untrained in the subject. Likewise, only clinically trained aromatherapists should mix oil blends, due to the potency and effects of the oils. Those who are trained in massage (but not clinically) should use pre-blended oils only. Always remember to perform a full consultation and make sure there are no ailments present that prevent a massage first; you want it to be beneficial and it should never feel uncomfortable.
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The aromatherapy mix:
1 ounce glass bottle
4 drops helichrysum
4 drops German chamomile
2 drops tea tree oil
2 drops geranium oil
Fill the bottle with herbal oil
Close the bottle tightly
Roll the bottle to blend it together
Take 4 drops of the mixture on your palm
Apply on the face after cleansing
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