Aromatherapy Tips


Sandalwood Essential Oil: Its Origin, Uses, and Benefits

Common Name: Sandalwood

Latin Name: Santalum album

Aromatherapy Uses: sandalwood essential oil is used for the respiratory system for ailments such as bronchitis, dry-persistent coughs, laryngitis, and sore throat. The oil also helps with depression, insomnia, nerves, stress, and also is used to treat Anxiety as well as being an Aphrodisiac. Overall it is a very relaxing and pleasing scent.
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Frankincense Essential Oil: Its Origin, Uses, and Benefits

Common Name: Frankincense

Latin Name: Boswellia Carteri

Aromatherapy Uses: Frankincense Essential Oil is a calming and relaxing scent which causes the individual breathing it to generally breath deeper and slower, inducing a tranquil state of mind.
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Lavender Oil: Its Origin, Uses, and Benefits

Common Name: Lavender

Latin Name: Lavandula angustifolia

Aromatherapy Uses: Several: lavendar oil can be used for the nervous system: treats depression, headache, insomnia, migraine, nervous tension and stress related ailments. For the respiratory system – asthma, bronchitis, laryngitis, throat infections, and whooping cough. Also excellent as an overall relaxing scent.
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Jasmine Essential Oil: Its Origin, Uses, and Benefits

Common Name: Jasmine

Latin Name: Jasminum Officinale

jasmine essential oil Aromatherapy Uses: Jasmine Essential Oil is a soothing scent which dispels depression. It is also a natural Aphrodisiac, soothing frigidity, and enhancing fantasy and sensuality. Jasmine creates a feeling of optimism, and gives a sense of self confidence, replacing feelings apathy or indifference. For the Respiratory System; Jasmine oil helps with coughs, hoarseness, and laryngitis.
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