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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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Basil's aromatherapeutic qualities are known for the ability to ease nerves and perk up the senses.
Used for aromatherapeutic, cosmetic and culinary purposes, Toda's lavender is grown organically, which she says is essential because of the way the plants absorb and concentrate elements from the soil.
The 13-ounce Aromatherapeutic Candle ($25) has a 75-80 hour burn time and comes in an attractive metal tub.
Vera line of aromatherapeutic luxury wristwatches and accessories, announced today that their Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign has achieved a 60% funding goal within 72 hours.
the aromatherapeutic boost of tangerine - energizing and cheering;
Smith & Vandiver has certified its bath lines through the Natural Products Association and added value with dual-purpose products that save time "You can multi-task basic functions like cleansing and moisturizing with aromatherapeutic benefits like reducing stress or easing sore muscles all with one product.
In that essential oils extracted from plants have been long used for their aromatherapeutic, analgesic, and antibacterial properties, Hiroyasu Inoue and colleagues from Nara Women's University (Japan) screened a wide range of commercially available essential oils to assess their anti-inflammatory properties.
Notably, there are three registered patents related with linalool, sedation and inhalation, including perfume and aromatherapeutic composition with sedative and/or sleep induction purposes.
MEYER'S CLEAN DAY, a line of aromatherapeutic home cleaning products, was recently named "Best Cleaning Product" by Reader's Digest for its new Pet Care Collection, launched in February.
With the philosophy that caring for your home is really an extension of caring for yourself, Caldrea has created aromatherapeutic cleaning products, allowing one to clean an entire home with a singular fragrance.
These products, made from natural sea salts, cucumber and aromatherapeutic eucalyptus and tea tree oils, give your feet the pampering they deserve.
Their fragrances can have an aromatherapeutic effect, sending soothing or stimulating messages to the brain.