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the therapeutic use of aromatic plant extracts and essential oils in baths or massage

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Her goal for establishing Bringer of Light Aromatherapy as an online shop in 2008 developed with the purpose to meet the needs of clients who are looking for a more natural and holistic way to manage health concerns and create balance within the body, mind and spirit.
Aromatherapy, based in ancient Ayurvedic medicine, has become extremely popular as a result of the trend.
I am passionate about the use of aromatherapy in the hospital setting, McDonnell said.
USA], Nov 8 ( ANI ): A recent study has suggested that lavender aromatherapy can reduce pre-operation anxiety to modest levels in surgery patients undergoing procedures in otolaryngology (ENT).
Consumers are extremely knowledgeable about aromatherapy and essential oils.
Aromatherapy has been defined as the therapeutic use of essential oils to promote or improve health, hygiene, and well-being (Tisserand & Yong, 2014).
Dogs can associate scents with calming people and environments, which is why the use of essential oils and aromatherapy is effective when calming dogs in stressful situations.
Today, people use aromatherapy for everything from relaxation to pain relief, and the oils can be inhaled, or diluted in a carrier oil and applied topically.
Clinical aromatherapy is the controlled use of essential oils for specific, measurable outcomes.
Our goal is to be the premier provider of aromatherapy in wellness products that consumers can depend on to offer the latest innovations to meet their growing needs.
Many healthcare providers are starting to utilize aromatherapy as a tool in their practice.
MALKI Dead Sea Aromatherapy Bath Salts with Frankincense Oil and Rose Petals promise to calm the mind, soothe the body and rejuvenate skin.
One other product segment that has emerged from wellness worries, although from a slightly different direction, is aromatherapy diffusers.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the feasibility and impact of aromatherapy massage for individuals with IEI.
I've just read an article in the September edition of The Practising Midwife that looked at the effect of aromatherapy in lessening the need for induction of labour - something all midwives, doctors and mums-to-be would prefer to avoid.