Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy, as a complementary therapy, forms an integral part of holistic healing.

The fact that essential oils (for example) can be added to carrier oils, ointments, creams, gels, bath salts, sprays, etc. makes the application and use of aromatherapy extensive.

It is often advisable to treat complaints simultaneously from the inside (internal herbal remedies such as tinctures) and from the outside (aromatherapy).

There are for example essential oils which strengthen the immune system. They can be added to a warm bath. Echinacea can then be used to boost from the inside, while the essential oils will boost from the outside.

Besides the myriad of medicinal benefits, it is lots of fun to experiment with different combinations to treat our bodies.

Besides the myriad of medicinal benefits, it is lots of fun to experiment with different combinations to treat our bodies.

It is important to note that Aromatherapy not only consists of the use of essential oils. There are many forms in which aromatherapy can be used. This include:

Essential oils that can be applied neat – insect bites or burns & scalding (only a few)

Essential oils in combination in different bases – in carrier oils for massage purposes (for instance)

In humidifiers or nebulisers – inhalation

Floral waters – for cosmetic purposes or room sprays

Infusions – in baths

And many more

If you love essential oils as much as I do, this is definitely the section for you to explore!

I stock an extensive range of essential oils in my shop in Centurion.

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