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Aromatherapy Candles: The smell of peace

A friend of Charlene, who introduced an aromatherapy course in Lincoln, Nebraska, told a story about a young man who just joined the course and wanted to go because he read about aromatherapy. Charlene practiced the aromatherapy candle at the beginning of each session and asked the participants what scent they reminded them of. As it happened, lavender candle was used and asked the young man what he felt. He took a deep breath and raised a disappointment on his face, saying, "Room refreshment!"

"I never knew what it was," Charlene said later. I apologize for the initial departure, I think the young man was at least partially right. Aromatherapy candles perfectly perfume the room because they have a very fragrant room for hours. However, what makes them even better they have a therapeutic effect on the mind and body.

Why is this? Well, aromatherapy candles are made from waxes wrapped by voluminous aromas of certain aromatic plants, so after melting the wax, the molecules of the plant extract are introduced into the environment, creating a heavenly scent.

What are the plants from which aromatherapy candles fit their scent? The answer is not entirely clear since any or more parts of the plant may have the scent. But this smaller complication, lavender is the most popular oil when it comes to aromatherapy candles. This does not mean that there is not a wide choice because the popularity of aromatherapy increases.

According to aromatherapy professionals, like Charlene, there are candles that match all moods. So if you are suffering from insomnia, light sage, chamomile and ylang ylang candles beside your bath. People suffering from depression should try rosemary and grapefruit aromatherapy candles, while general aromatherapy candles include sandalwood, eucalyptus, geranium, peppermint and many other plants. However, you know very well that the reactions vary by person, so it is best not to generalize when using candles for therapy. First, consult an expert.

In addition to the aromas, these candles are available in many different shapes and sizes. So you can do floating, columnar, gel, votive or jar candles. In addition, if we feel like we are making a personalized aromatherapy candle at home, mixing and fitting different aromas. To get started, try a cinnamon, clove and nutmeg mixture. An alternative may be the refreshing and stimulating mixture of peppermint, lemon and rosemary. Do not forget to write the results!

  • Published On : 2 months ago on March 21, 2018
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  • Last Updated : March 21, 2018 @ 7:54 pm
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