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Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is so much more than lovely smelling oils! Aromatherapy has been used for centuries as a natural way to enhance and rehabilitate the health of the body. Aromatherapy uses Essential oils which are the ‘blood’ of the plant life they are extracted from and scientific studies show that these oils contain chemical components that can exert specific effects on the mind and body. Their chemistry is complex; each essential oil contains as much as 100 chemical components, which together exert a strong effect on the whole person with the oil acting differently depending on which component is predominating in that specific oil. 

 

For example, some oils are relaxing, some soothe your nervous system, some relieve pain, some act as an antibacterial, etc. Then there are oils such as lemon and lavender, which adapt to what your body needs in a specific situation and time. Essential oils affect every system of the body, as no body part or system works independently. Each cell relies upon and influences the next. Essential oil molecules are small enough to enter the cells of the body via massage and inhalation, which means they affect our physiology and psychology on a deep chemical level. 100% pure essential oils leave no harmful residue in the body, but instead, assist in removal of chemical toxins. The human body is an holistic organism, and aromatherapy is an holistic medicine.

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