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Aromatherapy uses plant materials and aromatic plant oils, including essential oils, and other aromatic compounds for the purpose of altering one's moodcognitive, psychological or physical well-being. It can be offered as a complementary therapy or, more controversially, as form of alternative medicineComplementary therapy can be offered alongside standard treatment, with alternative medicine offered 'instead of conventional treatments', conventional treatments being often scientifically proven.

Aromatherapists, who specialize in the practice of aromatherapy, utilize blends of therapeutic essential oils that can be issued through topical application, massage, inhalation or water immersion to stimulate a desired response.

HYSSOP (essential oil)
Hyssopus officinalis, H. officinalis Var. decumbens (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) Sacred to the Greeks and the Hebrews where Hyssop brooms were used to clean out sacred places. Warm and Vibrant, can promote alertness and clarity of thought. Used in a fragrancer to protect rooms from infection. U..
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 Jasminum officinale or J. Grandiflorum (Family, Oleaceae) Middle note King of the oils. One of the best anti-depressants used for nervous exhaustion, melancholia, stress, female frigidity. It is also useful for dry, sensitive and irritated skin. Other uses: respiratory (hoarseness, catarrh, ..
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Juniperus communis Family Cupressaceae   Middle note One of the best oils in aromatherapy for inflammations of the urinary system because of its antiseptic, diuretic and stimulating effect. As a styptic for haemorrhoids and because of its antiseptic quality and styptic effect for acme. Disti..
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 Laurus Nobilis, Laurer, Sweet Bay (Family Lauraceae) Middle note The oil of Laurel is used for colds, tonsillitis, and generally for viral infections, because of its antiseptic, antimicrobial, and soothing effect. Also for dyspepsia. Distention, and anorexia as a peptic and stomachic aid. Ac..
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 Lavandula augustifolia, L. officinalis, L. vera (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) Middle note An important essential oil which because of its extensive actions, has many applications, for skin, nerves, muscles, vascular, respiratory, digestive, ureic, gynecological problems and as an insect rep..
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 Citrus Limonum (Family, Rutaceae) Top Note The oil of lemon has a great number of important properties. Combined actions (antimicrobial, bactericidal, antiseptic, haemostatic, stimulant and invigorant of the immune system, styptic, antispasmodic, antitoxic, hypotasic), are used for skin infe..
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Cymbopogon Citratus (Family, Poaceae [Gramineae]) Top Note Its analgesic, antipyretic, tonic and stimulating actions makes it useful for the relief of fever and the stimulation of the whole organism during fever. As a sedative for headache. Its antiseptic, deodorizing, refreshing and bactericidal ..
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Citrus Aurantifolia (Family, Rutaceae) Top Note Acts like lemon and the other citrus oils.  Traditional use: soothing agent, astringent. Blends well with: clary sage, citronella, lavender, neroli, rosemary Warning: Do not use lime on the skin in direct sunlight..
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Citrus Nobilis (Family, Rutaceae) Middle note Soft and delicate is its scent. Has the greatest application for digestive disorders because it acts as a stimulant and tonic for the stomach and liver. Calms the intestines, especially combined with neroli and orange. Used by children and during pregn..
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Calendula officinalis , Family [ asteraceae ] Uses : Skin care : burns, cuts, eczema, greasy skin, inflammations, insect bites, rashes, wounds...
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Origanum Marjorana, Majorana hortensis,(Sweet) Thymus mastichina (Spanish) (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) Middle note One of the best oils in the therapy of asthma, chronic bronchitis, and colds. Its thermal, sedative, analgesic and calming actions assist with depression, headaches, migraines, str..
Ex Tax:5.00€
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