Updated: Nov 10, 2020
What’s so great about Aromatherapy anyway? Aromatherapy has become quite popular over the last two decades. Perhaps this is because there has been a huge upsurge of interest in alternative and holistic approaches to healing. Aromatherapy however is much more than just the latest trend. Aromatherapy involves the use of aromatic essential oils from plants and herbs. Extensive research shows that the properties of these oils improve the well-being of the mind, body, and spirit. The lack of side-effects makes the use of essential oils an excellent complementary addition to treatment for a variety of conditions.
Humans around the globe have used essential oils for centuries. Evidence shows that the Egyptians used aromatic essential oils as ointments and in cosmetology as early as 4500 B.C.E. It is well documented that Ancient cultures in China, India, Greece, and elsewhere used essential oils for medical and religious purposes.
Documented Aromatherapy Benefits:
Anxiety and Stress Reduction
Support Skin Renewal
The healthy properties of essential oils are absorbed into the system through inhalation, through the skin, or by ingesting. You do not need extensive training to use essential oils. With time, you will figure out which oils work best for you. How To Use Essential O
I have personally used essential oils daily for the past 25 years. Essential oils have helped me find relief from chronic pain, joint stiffening inflammation, and anxiety. My first-hand experience with the many benefits of aromatherapy and essential oils is what prompted me to use them in our products. All of our products are infused with therapeutic grade essential oils. Each scent is carefully selected. Our aromatherapy soaps and bath soaks allow you to experience the benefits of each essential oil through inhalation and absorption through the skin. You can enjoy similar benefits by burning one of our aromatherapy candles. https://www.byherbals.com/shop
Popular Essential Oils
Lavender (Most Versatile, Calming, Muscular Aches, and Pains)
Lemongrass (Antiseptic, Stimulating, Stress Reducing)
Peppermint (Headache Relief, Respiratory Health, Mood-Boosting)
Rosemary (Anti-Bacterial, Astringent for Oily Skin, Tension Reducer)
Eucalyptus (Antiseptic, Respiratory Health)
Tea Tree (Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Inflammatory, Soothes Skin Irritation)
Lemon (Energizing, Improve Complexion, Reduce Anxiety)
Rose (Harmonizing, Skin Repair)
Frankincense (Purifying, Relaxation, Immune Boosting)
Sandalwood (Enhancing Mood, Promotes Cognitive Functioning, Calming)
If you are uncertain which aromatherapy product might be best for you please contact us through the contact link on our website. We are happy to assist you via email, phone consult, or Zoom call.