A therapeutic-grade essential oil is complete in its chemical constituents, giving it a rich, deep aroma, and kinetically able to raise the frequency of the human body, helping to restore balance and normal function to weak body systems because each contribute to therapeutic effects.
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THE POWER OF SCENT
Improve your Physical & Mental health
Any pleasant smells inspire relaxation, promote easiness of breath, boost invulnerability to viruses and infections, and protect the body from the harmful physical and emotional effects of stress, but those extracted from nature are most potent in improving well-being in every sense: mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual.
While modern life separates us from nature, fragrant essential oils drawn out of plants and flowers and the usage of these smells in Aromatherapy connect us to it. Essential oils are the source of the therapeutic fragrances we smell in nature. Specifically, they are precious liquids extracted from plants’ roots, barks, leaves, flowers or within their rinds, seeds or other parts.
Scent controls our mood, respiration, thought, feeling, movement, hormones, metabolism, and resistance to illness.
The greatest benefit of some scents is their ability to restore harmony to our bodies when we’re overstimulated.
The practice of using aromatic oils from different plant parts, such as flowers, to aid in relieving and balancing emotions is called “Aromatherapy.”
Specific essential oils can be combined in unique blends to create individual prescriptions that treat conditions of the mind, body, and spirit together based on personal scent preferences.
Understand the properties and safe usage protocol for essential oils and explore the numerous ways in which scent can provide comfort!
WHAT IS AROMATHERAPY?
Aromatherapy is a holistic healing treatment that uses natural plant extracts to promote health and well-being. It enhances both physical and emotional health. What we experience through our senses has consequences for our body systems that control not only mood but also our breathing, thinking, feeling, movement, hormones, metabolism, and our resistance to illness. We are generally inclined to place ourselves in or near natural settings when we find ourselves feeling stressed – we recognize that natural elements have a restorative influence on our complete well-being and help us settle both our physical and mental ailments.
The use of fragrant flowers, woods, plants, and resins, or “aromatic herbalism,” began centuries ago in the time of Neanderthals. Ancient Egyptians, Romans, and Arabs used scents in air purification, skincare, in the embalming process to honour their deceased, and in the healing of wounds. Essential oils were believed to be more valuable than even gold, motivating grave robbers to steal jars of them from King Tutankhamun’s tomb. Other cultures used fragrant flowers in their perfumes, antibiotics, antiseptics.
In the 20th century, aromas were first used in therapeutic practice. The founder of this practice was René-Maurice Gattefossé, a French perfumer and chemist, who accidentally discovered that when he applied Lavender oil to a burn on his hand the healing process was extraordinarily quick. He observed that the oil was both aromatic and therapeutic and coined the term Aromatherapy.
Wholistic aromatherapists practice therapeutic perfumery for which they combine specific oils in unique blends to create individual prescriptions that treat conditions of the mind, body, and spirit together based on the scent preferences and symptoms of the individual.
Aromatherapy is thought of as both an art and a science. Recently, aromatherapy has gained more recognition in the fields of science and medicine.