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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)
What is Aromatherapy?
Aromatherapy is multifaceted and uses the essential oils of aromatic plants to promote health of body and serenity of mind. More thoroughly defined; it is the skilled and controlled use of essential oils for physical and emotional health and well-being. The aromatic essences are extracted from various parts of plants. They are tiny droplets contained in glands, glandular hairs, sacs or veins of different plant parts; leaves, stems, bark flowers, roots and fruits. They are responsible for giving the botanical its unique scent and 'fingerprint'.
Aromatherapy is a non-invasive treatment system designed to affect the whole person not just the system or disease and to assist in the body's natural ability to balance, regulate, heal and maintain itself by the correct use of essential oils. It has been known that smells are related to how one perceives and remembers the world and various events. By inhaling different scents/aromas, emotional concerns and physical complaints can be eased, but it is important to know, a scent can trigger a negative response if the wrong emotions or memories are triggered. Caution is also necessary when using essential oils. Basically Aromatherapy is the use of scents to influence moods and pain and to treat minor aliments.
It is important to know Aromatherapy does not negate or remove the need for allopathic medicine. One should always consult their Primary Care Doctor when opting to use aromatherapy to address any serious medical conditions that one is being treated for.
How does Aromatherapy work?
Essential oils have specific therapeutic, psychological, and physiological properties, which help improve your health and can help prevent illness. The biochemical composition of the oils stimulates our brains, affects our moods and well-being. Some of these oils have antiseptic properties, some are antiviral, anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving, and anti-depressants. Other properties of the essential oils, which are taken advantage of in aromatherapy, are their stimulation, relaxation, digestion improvement, and diuretic properties. You can use aromatherapy to recharge, rejuvenate, relax and soothe. It is limited only by your imagination.
How is Aromatherapy applied?
The most common ways are:
Inhalation - Vapors, sprays, diffuser or baths.
Topically - via Massages, baths, lotions, direct application on to the skin.
Ingestion - safest method is in the form of a herbal tea.
What are a few things Aromatherapy is used for?
- Aches & pains
- Sore muscles
- Anxiety, depression
- Skin care and much more
If you are pregnant, suffer from epilepsy or any type of seizures consult your doctor or an experienced aromatherapy practitioner before using any blends or essential oils.