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Origin of aromatherapy

Aromatherapy, which includes the use of essential oils for the treatment of various diseases, has been used by healers for millennia. Although its origins are difficult, the use of aromatherapy dates back to at least 4000 years, probably from ancient Egyptians, known to use aromatic plants in many ways. Egyptians used a number of herbs and spices for soothing massage, medicines, cosmetics and even their balsamic practice.

Centuries later, Hippocrates was perhaps the first high-ranking supporter of aromatherapy. More than 2,000 years ago, the creator of the doctor's name, who was the name of the doctor, thought the aromatic massage to the benefit of physical and emotional well-being.

In the 10th century, the Arabs have invented a distillation process that has allowed for more efficient plant extraction of essential oils, for centuries cultures from all over the world have inhaled aromas, drunken drinks and worn aromatic amulets as therapeutic aids and protect them from adverse effects .

By extracting the herbs of plants and herbs aromatherapy from a wide range of physical and emotional illnesses, from headaches to herpes, from dry skin to acne and from arthritis to asthma.

In modern times, France and England have led the attempt to bring back many ancient remedies to the world in the early 1900s and to help aromatherapy to greater acceptance in the traditional medical community. France continues to play a leading role in reconsidering the modern use of modern therapies and many French physicians regularly cure therapeutic treatment for their patients. This practice is reinforced by the fact that French pharmacies produce a wide range of essential oils and insurance companies are willing to pay for treatments with ancient therapies.

America is currently lagging behind French and English in the use of aromatic medicine, but more and more people experience the healing properties of aromatherapy and its use will continue to be popular in the United States.

Copyright (c) 2004 by Jeanette J. Fisher

  • Published On : 3 years ago on March 23, 2018
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