AROMATHERAPY

Aromatherapy uses aromatic essential oils medicinally to improve the health of the body, mind, and spirit. It enhances both physical and emotional health. Recently, aromatherapy has gained more recognition in the fields of science and medicine. 

Aromatherapy has the potential to treat many conditions, including:

Aromatherapy is offered during your therapy sessions if the practitioner decides it will be useful for your particular condition. You may also be prescribed a tailored solution to bring home if the therapist feels you should use a certain combination of oils daily over a specified period of time. 

Interesting Facts

Western medical doctors of the 19th century started to focus more on using chemical drugs to help patients; however, French and German doctors still recognize the role of natural botanicals in treating illness and still use them today.

Aromatherapy works by stimulating smell receptors in the nose, which then send messages through the nervous system to the limbic system — the part of the brain that controls emotions. Which is why it works great for anyone suffering depression or anxiety.

TIP: It is best not to practice aromatherapy at home as essential oils are known to cause negative respiratory effects in both humans and animals when used incorrectly.