How to Use Essential Oils for Aromatherapy At Home!

If you hate popping the pill every time you fall sick or suffer from mild problems then aromatherapy is just the right therapy for you.

Aromatherapy is the holistic therapy which involves the use of volatile and non greasy essences of herbaceous plants, flowers and even trees for rejuvenating the body, mind and spirit. Essential oils of rose, lavender, basil, eucalyptus, geranium, neem and neroli and many more such oils are mixed with base oils such as almond, walnut, coconut or other vegetable oils to create aromatic massage oils. These oils have therapeutic effect and are used to cure several mild ailments. Aromatherapy can greatly enhance the way you look and feel.

The aromas of essential oils are used to relax the body and mind as well as aid in treatment of several diseases. The aromatherapy oils are quite popular in spas and holistic centres but you can also use it on your own in the comfort of your home.

Different aromatherapy oils differently affect our senses. These oils can be used in several ways:

  • Baths
  • Body and facial oils
  • Foot Bath
  • Sprayed in handkerchief
  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Inhalation by means of diffusers and vaporizers
  • Hot or cold Compresses
  • Room Spray
  • Scented Candles

Use of aromatherapy for some specific diseases or conditions:

Aromatherapy massage for skin

Aromatherapy oils can be used to cure acne and heal dry skin as well as to improve facial glow. They also prevent wrinkles and make the skin soft and silky. Aromatherapy oils such as lavender, sandalwood, avocado, jojoba and bergamot are quite beneficial for aromatherapy skin massage. Use the massage oils each morning after having a bath and just before sleeping at night.

Aromatherapy for depression

Aromatherapy offers an effective sure for depression. The biggest benefit of aromatherapy is that it relaxes the senses. For depression oils such as lavender, sandalwood, rose, chamomile, ylang ylang, clary sage, marjoram and frankincense are used. For healing effect use aromatherapy oils in bath, use in a diffuser, as well as in massage oils.

Aromatherapy for insomnia

If you have trouble sleeping at night then instead of popping a sleeping pill, try aromatherapy once. Use oils like lavender, Roman chamomile, marjoram, ylang ylang, basil, neroli, bergamot, clary sage and sandalwood in treating insomnia. Take a warm water bath and mix one or more of the above stated oil in water. you can also sprinkle some drops of essential oil on your pillow for nightlong effect.

Aromatherapy for pregnancy

Essential oil massage during pregnancy renders easiness, reduces tension and backs aches, heightens flexibleness and lessens your labor pain. While you are pregnant use essential oils such as petit grain, geranium, tangerine, mandarin, sandalwood and tea-tree. Massage these oils on your legs, back and abdomen.

Precautionary tips while practicing aromatherapy for healing
Aromatherapy when practiced the right way can heal both physical pains and mental strains. It calms the nervous mind and cures all physical pain. Following are the precautionary tips of aromatherapy:

  • Do not misidentify scented or perfumed oils for real essential oils.
  • Do not purchase aromatherapy oils with rubber and glass dropper caps. Aromatherapy oils are extremely distilled, which will turn the rubber in the cap to gum thence destroying the oil.
  • In case of pregnancy, do not ever use essential oils like cypress, fennel, basil, jasmine, juniper, arnica, melissa and marjoram.

Now you know that the secret to good health also lies in essential oils. So enjoy absolute holistic health, fantabulous mental strength and fantastic physical wellness with aromatherapy.

Additional Reading

Aromatherapy and Essential Oils

How to Use Aromatherapy to Enhance Your Wellbeing

All Natural Products For Detox And Rejuvenation

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