It is known that thearomathey have the power to transport us to different places, they can bring to our minds memories, situations and people. The power of thearoma-therapyit lies in the sense of smell and its direct connection with thelimbic systemwhich regulates ourexcitement. Aroma-therapy is complemented by Essential Oil Therapy, which uses plant extract tobalancehuman health, both physical and mental. This holistic practice can be used preventively, and actively for the treatment of diseases.

Aromatherapy can be defined as the Controlled Use of essential oils to maintain and promote physical, psychological and spiritual well-being. - Gabriel Mojay

The use of these oils should be under the supervision of a specialist therapist.

Warning: essential oils should never be ingested or applied to the skin in its pure state, must be mixed with a base or carrier vegatal oil in its proper proportions.

Tea tree:Fatigue, mental and physical exhaustion. Lack of emotionality, creativity and strength. For people who often easily lose their vital energy; who have blocked their emotions and feel dirty and / or defenseless.

Geranium:Passivity, indecision, loss of willpower, stagnation. For people who have difficulty translating their ideas, they are blocked and lack the strength to change the situation. Their mind is kept in constant activity, while they remain passive and static. It brings them enthusiasm, concreteness, balance, development of creativity. It integrates will and thought.

Myrrh:Myrrh helps to heal wounds and erase emotional scars, providing clarity of internal vision, allowing the connection spirit-mind-body; instills the necessary courage to face their own fears and motivations to live fully.

Cinnamon:Useful in people who seem not interested in anything. They live in their own fantasy world. They lack the ability to transform their own dreams into reality, because they have blocked their feelings, emotions and creativity.

Lavender:Agitation, anxiety, impatience, restlessness, restlessness, anguish, tiredness, dismay. Indicated for people who are disharmonized. For those who are emotionally unbalanced, restless, irritable, stressed and alarmed. Lavender harmonizes and balances emotions, helps spiritual practices, brings peace, harmony, calm, serenity.

Rosemary:Oblivion, uprooting, isolation, ungratefulness. For people who find it hard to concentrate. For those who don't want to learn. They are hurtful, elusive, inattentive people. In general, there is a disconnect between the transmission system of the mind and the body. This balances internal transmission functions and helps to live positively in full communication with oneself and with others.

Chamomile:Anxiety, emotional imbalance, hypersensitivity, distress with chest tightness. Sudden emotional changes. People who usually change mood easily and quickly. Tending to physical tensions and psychic disorders. Stress is part of them. They sleep badly, suffer nightmares and sometimes sleepwalking. They're easily moved.

Thyme:Endogenous depression, anxiety, sadness, hypochondria. Lack of physical and spiritual strength to get out of crises. For people who never stop and reach extreme exhaustion. They do not recognize their limits and do nothing to reverse the situation until they have exhausted all their defenses, psycho-physical.

Pink:Antidepressant, anxiolytic, antispasmodic.

Bergamot:Antiseptic, astringent.

Sandalwood:Antiseptic, anxiolytic.

Ilang-ilang:Antiseptic, aphrodisiac.

Myrrh:Antiseptic, anxiolytic.

Orange blossom:Sedative, anxiolytic, antispasmodic.

Chamomile:Sedative, antispasmodic.

Basil:Stimulating, decongestant.

Rosemary:Antiseptic, stimulating, diuretic.

In laboratory and animal studies, certain essential oils have antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, calming, or energizing properties.

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