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The healing benefits of aromatherapy are rather extraordinary, really – a world unto themselves.
With just a little bit of knowledge you can use them in the comfort of your own home, to bring more healing AND sensual pleasure to yourself and your family.
In this article, we’ll touch upon five of the most popular uses of essential oils.
Most of living on the planet today have somewhat compromised immune systems due to all the toxins floating around our precious environment. While some of us are more immune compromised than others, all of us will reap the benefits of essential oils in some way, shape or form.
If you need to bring essential oils into your life because your immune system needs a boost, pick up lavender, peppermint, tea tree, and lemon essential oils.
All we really need to feel beautiful is a wholesome diet, pure drinking water, and a few high-quality essential oils and carrier oils. There’s no need to buy skin care products because most are filled with toxins that actually do more harm than good.
Cleopatra was wise beyond her years when she used plant essences to beautify her life.
King Tut turned to his plant-based medicine cabinet for manly vigor and hygiene. Take a nod from Cleopatra and King Tut when it comes to your natural beauty regime and purchase organic lavender, frankincense, geranium, lemon and tea tree.
These are excellent oils to include in a natural beauty starter kit.
Many essential oils in the pantheon of aromatherapy have sedative properties which you can use to balance and calm your nervous system.
Lavender essential oil is the most popular, and marjoram is probably the most potent.
Allison Eaton, lead teacher at the Yandara Yoga Institute often integrates aromatherapy with her yoga classes.
I’ll often diffuse a combination of lavender and sweet orange into the air. The blend has both a soothing and uplifting effect.
Combining yoga, meditation and aromatherapy is a really smart way to get the most out of these healing practices.
Wintergreen, cinnamon, ginger, and peppermint essential oils are effective natural pain relievers.
In fact, wintergreen is often known as ‘nature’s aspirin,’ because it’s the only plant aside from the birch tree that contains methyl salicylate, aspirin’s main ingredient.
If you or someone you know suffers from chronic pain, you’ll want to begin exploring the world of aromatherapy to ease the pain.
Those who suffer from allergies can also benefit from the art of aromatherapy.
Over-the-counter allergy medications too often make us drowsy and feeling as if we’re in a brain fog. Plus, they’re not great for our livers. Organic essential oils such as chamomile, peppermint and eucalyptus work as effective natural remedies for symptoms associated with allergies.
During the Dark Ages, aromatherapy was considered witchcraft. How crazy is that?
With the sheer immensity of healing that accompanies the conscientious use of essential oils, it’s more of an enlightened art than any kind of witchcraft!
Have fun exploring the wide world of essential oils, and prepare to enlighten and expand your senses!
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