Aromatherapy – a short story
Aromatherapy has become very popular in recent years as a means of rest and relief. It consists of a mixture of essential oils and massage oils that are widely used throughout the world to help rejuvenate and rejuvenate the whole body. That is why health is known for body, mind and spirit.
Aromatherapy comes from two words: "aroma", that is, aroma and "therapy", that is, treatment. They are a healing medicine based on nature and say they are very successful in influencing body, mind and spirit. Today's society is increasingly applying aromatherapy to the rapidly expanding therapy of holistic medicine. Even at 18,000 cm, flowers and plants were used to heal, rest and energize the body. Aromatherapy was used by three of the oldest civilizations: Egypt, China and India, and at least 6000 years old.
Aromatherapy, as we know it today, started with the Egyptians using the infusion method to extract oils from aromatic plants for medical purposes. In addition to medical uses, aromatherapy was used for cosmetic reasons and for embalming. At this time certain plants were used under certain circumstances while others were used for religious purposes. Some of them believed that they were able to rise at the level of consciousness or promote the state of calm.
The Egyptians have understood the benefits and benefits of Aromatherapy and have been incorporated into their cooking. Here, special herbs were used to aid the digestion process, while others were protected against infection and assisted in the formation of the immune system. After bathing, the Egyptians thought they were massaging with fragrant oils.
It was also believed that there is a possibility that the Chinese use certain aromatic substances simultaneously with the Egyptians. The Shen Nung Herbal book is the oldest surviving medical book in China, and is ca. 2700 BC, and contains information on over 300 different plants and herbs. The Chinese used aromatic herbs and burned aromatic forests and incense as respect for God.
Traditional Indian medicine known as ayurveda has been practiced for over 3,000 years. The Greeks continue to use aromatic oils with many other countries and cultures. Soon the application of Aromatherapy has spread, and today it is one of the widest remedies of healing in the world. Today's aromatherapy from dressing up in ancient times is a mixture of different cultures and is enjoyed regularly by many people.
- Published On : 1 year ago on March 24, 2018
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- Last Updated : March 24, 2018 @ 4:45 pm
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