Learn About Aromatherapy
Some Aromatherapy Tips
Using aromatherapy can be lots of fun and can really enrich your life and the lives of those you love. These easy suggestions can help jumpstart your initiation into the fascinating world of aromatherapy.
- Knowledge Is Power
Grab all the free aromatherapy information you can find online, but be sure to get at least one or two good books, too!
Most authors that have written good books on aromatherapy have spent years studying and learning and will explain aromatherapy methods in detail, how to choose pure essential oils, which oils and scents would be most useful to you for your aromatherapy purpose, and problems you can easily avoid. Why reinvent the wheel?
- Know Your Aromatherapy Scent
When choosing a scent for aromatherapy, visit several online sites to find information on just that one scent, what it does, what cautions or warnings there are. Be sure to check some of the health and medical sites for warnings, especially if you have a medical condition or are pregnant.
Why is this important?
Online sites rarely have ALL the information available on any one aromatherapy scent.
Reading one page on essential oils, will not always reveal that cats are highly sensitive to many oils and can die from over exposure, or that lemon oil might cause a skin reaction when you go out into the sun afterwards.
For a much more enjoyable and safe experience, look over all the pros and cons of any essential oil you want to use for aromatherapy, before use.
- When Using Aromatherapy, Try Changing Fragrances Every Day Or Two.
Essential oils are extremely powerful. When using essential oils for aromatherapy, a little goes a long way and too much of a good thing can have a negative impact.
How Can I Find More Aromatherapy Information On The Web?
To learn more about using scent in this way, please visit our main learn aromatherapy page for more articles on aromatherapy.
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This page was last modified: September 23, 2019 04:14pm UTC