Aromatherapy – Healing the fragrance of nature
Aromatherapy helps the use of the essential oils of plants and other aromatic compounds to reassure the human mind and cure certain diseases. You can do it at home, with essential oils, perfumes and cosmetics. When it becomes part of pharmacology, it is called clinical aromatherapy.
Aromatic studies study the effects of different aromas on human behavior. Certain flavors are thought to have a relaxing effect on our mind and body. In aromatherapy, not only essential oils, but absolutes, hydrosols, infusions, phytone derivatives, and carrier oils can also be used. The absolutes are the oils extracted from superficial fluid extraction, such as the rose. Hydrosols such as rose water and aqueous by-products after distillation. Infusions are aqueous solutions of plant material. Phytoncides are natural volatile organic compounds extracted from plants. Sweet almond oil is an example of a carrier oil used to dilute essential oils.
Aromatherapy can be performed by inhalation. By adding baths, massages and fillings, essential oils can be absorbed into the skin. Mouthwash and mouthwash can be absorbed through the mucous membranes. Another way to swallow is aromatherapy.
Aoromatic therapy produces various therapeutic effects such as disinfectant effects, anesthetic effects and psychic effects. Aromatherapy has an effect on the central nervous system and metabolism. Home aromatherapy can be mixed with neroli, eucalyptus, lavender, rosemary, nutmeg and peppermint in base oils and add a few drops of basil in this mixture. For bathing, you can add oils, such as lavender, and rise to the water. Aromatherapy cures depression, insomnia, acne, joint pains, stress, cough and other illnesses. For the skin, aromatherapy is best suited for acne and dry skin problems.
Aromatherapy helps to increase the skin and shine. It has pedicure and manicure and prevents skin wrinkles. The common essential oils used for aromatherapy are sweet almonds, avocados, cocoa butter, grape seeds, jojoba, olives, peanuts, rosemary, sesame, sunflower and so on. Be sure not to use the ajowan, almond, arnica, calamus, garlic, melilotus, onion, mustard, spice seeds and chickens without the proper supervision of the aromatherapy specialist
- Published On : 1 year ago on March 20, 2018
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- Last Updated : March 20, 2018 @ 3:51 pm
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