aromatherapy


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aromatherapy

the use of fragrant essential oils extracted from plants as a treatment in complementary medicine to relieve tension and cure certain minor ailments
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Now Real Aromatherapy Week, sponsored by Tisserand Aromatherapy, one of the first companies to introduce essential oils back to the UK, is aiming to highlight the benefits of the pure essential oils.
One key difference between true aromatherapy products and scented products -- such as lavender-scented kitchen spray -- are the prices.
Medical facilities interested in learning more about the inhalation patch and how they can integrate them into their clinical aromatherapy programs can contact:
Consumers and retailers who are interested in and understand the benefits of aromatherapy and essential oils are very few, and therefore the market is very niche.
Aromatherapy was well tolerated by subjects with IEI; however, aromatherapy, as applied in this study, did not suggest any specific effects on IEI condition.
In a study there, mums who were all three or four days past their estimated due date were offered aromatherapy and reflexology.
Starwood's director of global spa development and operations Jeremy McCarthy said: "By partnering with Aromatherapy Associates, Westin is able to provide its guests with an elevated spa experience that physically restores and emotionally uplifts, ensuring that they leave feeling better than when they arrived.
Characteristics of air pollutants and assessment of potential exposure in spa centers during aromatherapy.
Mrs McEvoy said: "She told me she was concerned Mrs Mascarenhas had used aromatherapy oils and alternative methods on patient A's wounds.
Aromatherapy is subjective; thus, the class works better if patients can smell the essential oils and make note of what helps them relax, soothes nausea, or produces an unfavorable reaction.
Many studies on aromatherapy have also included massage, notes Tanya Edwards, M.