is the science of the use of Essential Oils to bring about
well being. It may involve massage or instruction or self-treatment.
Aromatherapy aims to re-balance or to maintain the balance
of a persons' whole self.
oil has its own therapeutic qualities, which are utilised
by the Aromatherapist to encourage the harmony of the whole
self and so to better mental and physical health. One area
in which an Aromatherapy treatment can have a truly profound
effect is in dealing with the effects of stress, from the
workplace or home environment. Your treatment will be tailored
to your needs.
– relaxing, but can be stimulating if used too much.
Cedarwood – relaxes airways – may be useful for
Chamomile – promotes a good nights sleep.
– wonderful for dispelling nightmares.
Jasmine – relaxes the mind, but is a uterine tonic –
great for childbirth.
Lavender – soothing and calming for the whole family.
Marjoram – add to your bath, relaxes tired muscles.
Myrrh – soothes frazzled nerves.
Patchouli – be careful with this one – it may
well be an aphrodisiac too!
Petitgrain – a good alternative to Lavender.
Rose – has a close affinity to female energies.
Sandalwood – even the man like this one.
Vetiver – relaxes the body, but stimulates the mind.
Ylang Ylang – another aphrodisiac?