Thursday, December 12, 2019

Healing aromatherapy scents. Do you know how to use them?

Aromatherapy is an ancient holistic healing method that brings relief to several ailments, ranging from insomnia to depression.  It is essential to know how to use aromatherapy to get the most out of the experience. In this article, we'll talk about different scents and their healing properties as well as how to use them.

Lavender: This scent is one of the most popular. The calming properties of lavender are widely known and used to relax people before going to bed or to help in extremely nervous states.

Bergamot: This fragrance is effective in reducing cortisol levels associated with stressful situations.

Vanilla: Is a sweet scent that promotes relaxation and stress relief, it has sedative properties and helps with restlessness.

Orange: Orange has powerful anti-anxiety properties and has proven to help with conditions such as PTSD. It is used when women are in labor and it has helped them relax while on delivery.

Lemon: It promotes a sense of well-being and gives people an active and creative mind; this helps relieve anxiety and depression,

Lemongrass: This scent helps to shift the state of mind to a positive one. 

Eucalyptus: If you have an allergy or a cold, you can diffuse this essential oil, which has powerful decongesting properties and will help you breathe again.

Clary sage: This essential oil will improve the symptoms of high blood pressure, keep in mind, that it doesn't substitute your medical treatment, it is only coadjuvant to it.

Camphor: This ingredient is effective against pain and should be used topically. When diffused into the environment, it helps relieve tension headaches. It shouldn't be used around children under two years old.

Menthol: If you experience migraines, rub some menthol essential oil to your temples and the back of your neck and diffuse it for a while, it will bring relief.

Rosemary: This essential oil calms muscle pains, arthritis, and rheumatism; it also reduces inflammation and improves circulation.

Ginger: This scent is great to avoid nausea and vomiting, it is great for pregnant women or people undergoing chemotherapy treatment.

Mandarin: This citrus scent is great to calm a restless stomach and nausea.

Aromatherapy is used in different manners, for instance, in a diffuser, in a spray can, or applied topically using almond or coconut oil.

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