Your Essential Oils Guide To Pure Essential Oils, Hazardous Essential Oils, Lavender Essential Oil, Tea Tree Essential Oil, Essential Oil Properties, How To Make Diffusers Plus Aromatherapy Recipes For All-Around Home Use
The practice of Aromatherapy has been around for thousands of years. The Chinese were one of the first cultures to use the scents of plants to promote health through the burning of incense. Ancient Egyptians used distilled cedarwood oil mixed with clove, cinnamon, nutmeg, and myrrh to embalm the deceased. The Egyptians also used oils to perfume both men and women. And so on throughout history, the tradition has been carried out in many forms.
Aromatherapy is the use of plant oils in their most essential form to promote both mental and physical well being. It implies the process of inhaling the scents from these oils into your lungs for therapeutic benefit.
The medicinal benefits of essential oils have long been established. Many people today have used it in conjunction with synthetically processed medications and have found the results of using aromatherapy to be far more excellent and with far fewer negative side effects.
Apart from its curative powers, aromatherapy has far more many uses. With many people today trying to get back to nature, aromatherapy has been used widely in the home to replace synthetic chemicals of strong household cleaners.
The main purpose of this book is to teach you how to make your own aromatherapy at home. You will learn:
· The important details about essential oils
· Understand essential oil properties
· How to handle essential oils properly
· Make your own diffusers
· Make your own all-natural aromatherapy cleaning agents using tried-and-tested aromatherapy recipes
By using nature’s essential oils through aromatherapy to maintain a clean home, you and your whole family will be able to breathe in fresh healthy air every day and have strong lungs in the process. Indeed, every home should have essential oils, it’s a more natural and healthy lifestyle!
- KMS Publishing, October 2012
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