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AROMATHERAPY

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.

Pogostemon patchouli, P. cablin (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) Base note An equivocal aphrodisiac because its scent usually is not liked by both. To an ingredient that is similar to Chamazulene of Chamomile it owes its antiphlogistic action on irritated skin. Its antiseptic and antifungal action i..
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 Mentha piperita (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) Top Note One of the most well known oils for peptic disorders and stimulating digestion. Because of its antispasmodic action it is used for colic, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pains, spastic cough, bronchitis. Peppermint, rosemary and basil are t..
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Perfumed solution for sticks 100ml The oil diffuser fills youe home or working place with the fragrance of your choice. Simply place the sticks into the bottle with the perfumed base ( for 100 ml bottle) to start absorbing the fragrance oil. After 24 hours, carefully flip t..
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 Citrus aurantium, C. bigaradia (Family, Rutaceae) Top Note Acts between a sedative and stimulant. Is a wonderful oil with deodorizing and rejuvenating properties especially mixed with rosemary. An alternative to Neroli where needed for: stress, panic attacks, insomnia, tachycardia, or sexual..
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Pinus sylvestris (Family, Pinaceae) Middle note An oil with a fresh and strong deodorizing action. As an antiseptic it is useful mainly for infections of the lungs and the respiratory (colds, catarrh, sore throat). Its antineuralgic and antirheumatic action make it useful for muscular affectations..
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Cinnamonum camphora, Ravensara anisata, R. Aromatica (Family Lauraceae) Used for clearing the sinus, relieving menstrual discomfort and  pains . Also for loosening tight muscles...
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Rosa centifolia, Rosa damascena (Family, Rosaceae) Middle note “Queen of Flowers”, the essential oil with ‘feminine’ properties. The first choice for problems with the female reproductive system (uterine problems, leucorrhoea, menorrhagia), sexuality (perfect aphrodisiac ag..
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Rosemarinus officinalis, R. coronarium (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) Middle note “Ros + marinus” coolness of the sea. After lavender is the most utilized in aromatherapy. Generally, a stimulant and invigorant for the whole body (nervous, muscular, cardio, peptic, and immune system). A..
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Rosewood Aniba Rosaeodora (Family, Lauraceae) Middle note Especially useful for the skin and very safe in its use. Applies to all types of skin and is useful for acme, dermatitis, wrinkles, blotches, and for cough from flu, fever, and as a stimulant of the nervous system for headaches, stress..
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 Salvia Officinalis (Family, Lamiaceae [Labiatae]) Top Note In the same family as Clary Sage. Used as a tonic for nerves and hyperhaemia. Drops of sage in water for gargling and mouth washing gives relief from infections of the oral cavity. Avoid use with hypertension, epilepsy and during pre..
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