Aromatherapy history and use of essential oils
Aromatherapy has been practiced for a long time and it has been possible to follow up to almost 3,000 years when ancient Egyptians use the foundations of Aromatherapy as part of their everyday life. The Egyptians burned incense from aromatic forests and other herbs to honor their gods. The royal harem and guest houses used a lot of aromatic oil to satisfy their important guests abundantly.
In Egyptian temples where the dead king was mummified and surrounded by exotic essential oils, religious ceremonies took place. Ancient Egyptians believed that essential oils had unusual preservative properties when mixed with other spices and the embalming process is one of the main areas of use for aromatherapy oils.
The practice of aromatherapy from Egypt to the neighboring country of Israel, China, India and the Mediterranean, and every culture, from the most underdeveloped to the most modern, has developed the art of exercise.
For centuries, essential oils were the only way to treat epidemic diseases and conditions. Indeed, during the dreaded black plague, very few people were infected with perfumes and the glove industry. Why? Since Essential Oils Abundantly Used Production Processes
During the 19th century, with the advancement of modern science, natural healing was no longer fashionable. Then, in the 1920s, the French chemist, Gatefosse, revived the art of using essential oils and took the Aromatherapy exercise. Aromatherapy is now a very popular practice used in hospitals, offices, clinics and homes around the world.
- Published On : 1 year ago on March 26, 2018
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- Last Updated : March 26, 2018 @ 9:49 pm
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