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Aromatherapy: Revive Your Sense

Aromatherapy: Revive Your Senses

 by: Robert Thatcher


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Yet, the medical circles do not agree if aromatherapy in itself is instrumental to the complete healing of a certain condition. But the idea of recovery through aromatherapy is widely accepted.

Essential Oils

Essential oils are derived from the distillation of the elements of a plant like the leaves, roots, flowers, stems and bark. They hold the true essence of the plants from which they originally came in high concentration. Though termed as oil, essential oils normally do not have the real properties of oil. Some essential oils are yellow like that of the lemongrass and orange and many are clear.

These oils are used in a variety of methods: through inhalation, by adding them in the bathwater and by the application of the diluted oil on the body.

The use of oil in aromatherapy is only restricted to those with unadulterated qualities. The purest of the essential oils alone have the therapeutic values.

The following is a list of the most common essential oils used in aromatherapy. Some of which are used as carrier oils (also known as vegetable oils or base oils):

- Almond, Sweet

- Apricot Kernel

- Avocado

- Borage

- Cocoa Butter

- Evening Primrose

- Grapeseed

- Hazelnut

- Jojoba

- Kukui

- Macadamia Nut

- Olive

- Peanut

- Pecan

- Rose Hip

- Sesame

- Shea Butter

- Sunflower

Below are listed essential oils that are not advisable to use in aromatherapy, especially if not supervised by a professional aromatherapy practitioner.

- Ajowan

- Almond, Bitter

- Arnica

- Birch, Sweet

- Boldo Leaf

- Broom, Spanish

- Calamus

- Camphor

- Deertongue

- Garlic

- Horseradish

- Jaborandi

- Melilotus

- Mugwort

- Mustard

- Onion

- Pennyroyal

- Rue

- Sassafras

- Thuja

- Wintergreen

- Wormseed

- Wormwood

 Aromatherapists put into practice the workings of aromatherapy in a spectrum of work environments including:

- private practice

- mobile visiting practice

- natural health clinics

- beauty therapy clinics

- health clubs

- hospitals

- hospices and

- nursing homes.

In spite of the lack of formal research on aromatherapy therapists and European physicians are often prescribing certain aromatic oils for a range of complaints including colds and flu, insomnia, sinusitis, migraines, digestive problems and muscle pains. It must be understood though that aromatic oils must never be taken orally and should be first tested to determine the degree of skin's sensitivity to some oils.

About The Author

Robert Thatcher is a freelance publisher based in Cupertino, California. He publishes articles and reports in various ezines and provides aromatherapy resources on http://www.about-aromatherapy.info.

Courtesy of: http://www.articlecity.com 


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