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    What is Aromatherapy?

    Published: May 06, 2019

    It is called aromatherapy to use the oils obtained as a result of the distillation of the shells or fruits of some plants such as rose, lavender, and jasmine, which have a pleasant smell, to improve the physical and mental health of the person.

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    What is Aromatherapy?

    • 1. What is Aromatherapy? What is Aromatherapy?
    • 2. What is Aromatherapy? It is called aromatherapy to use the oils obtained as a result of the distillation of the shells or fruits of some plants such as rose, lavender, and jasmine, which have a pleasant smell, to improve the physical and mental health of the person.
    • 3. What is Aromatherapy? The aromatherapy techniques used in the treatment of even the most serious health problems in the past are currently being used for different purposes such as massage, cream, and smell.
    • 4. What is Aromatherapy? It is good for mental problems and makes you feel more peaceful and spacious. Thanks to its calming feature, the person loses tension and stress. The common properties of aromatherapy oils relax the person and eliminate their pain.
    • 5. Lavender Oil Lavender Oil It has a relaxing effect with its pleasant scent. The nervous system, anxiety, sleeping problems, and mosquitoes are used to remove. Lavender oil is put into the room with a little drop on cotton and makes it easy to fall asleep.
    • 6. Rosemary Oil Rosemary Oil Rosemary oil is often used to treat indigestion, bloating, stomach cramps, constipation and bloating. Used in the treatment of bruises. Sniffing relieves headaches. Rosemary oil resolves the problem of dandruff in the scalp.
    • 7. Tea Tree Oil Tea Tree Oil It is obtained from the leaves of a special plant grown in Australia. Tea tree oil shows a great effect on acne stains. It has the power to treat the fungus problem from the root. It is also known to be used for eyelash care.
    • 8. Orange Flower Oil Orange Flower Oil Moisturizes the skin, helps remove cellulite. It is used for muscle, bone and joint pain. Helps to eliminate toxins in the body. Thanks to its antioxidant properties, it protects against harmful UV rays.
    • 9. Sandalwood Oil Sandalwood Oil Sandalwood oil has a sweet and woody odor. It repairs dried, cracked and frayed skins. Helps to treat dysentery disease. Solves the problem of sweating naturally. Cleans the dead skins.
    • 10. Mint Oil Mint Oil It also shows an appetite-suppressing effect. This oil, which is known to be very effective and useful, contains fatty acids also which we cannot synthesize in our body and which we need to take from outside. It is known to be effective against mouth odor and nausea.
    • 11. Eucalyptus Oil Eucalyptus Oil Eliminates nasal congestion when sniffing or in a steam bath. Removes underarm blackening. Because of its microbicidal properties, it is also highly effective against caries, dental plaque, gingivitis, and other dental infections.
    • 12. Thyme Oil Thyme Oil Thyme oil has been used as a medical method since ancient times. It is used in a wide area from the healing of wounds to throat infections. Regulates the amount of sugar in the blood. When it is mixed with olive oil and massaged, it relieves the pain in the waist area.
    • 13. Grapefruit Oil Grapefruit Oil The soothing aroma of grapefruit oil increases mental state and relieves depression. It is known for its revitalizing and blissful effect. Balances the amount of fluid in the body. A suitable oil for diet. Helps weaken.
    • 14. Sage Oil Sage Oil Also known as bitter apple oil. Oil has a distinctive pungent odor. It is known to relieve menstrual pain in women. It is also used in cosmetic products. It is absolutely inconvenient to use during pregnancy.
    • 15. Types Of Aromatherapy Oils There are many more other types of vegetable oil such as Cumin, Rose, Fennel, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Jasmine, Ginger, Bergamot, Carnation, Juniper, Lemon, Coconut.