Posted by on May 15, 2015 in News |

In 1928, the chemist Gattefossa the effects of essential oils from plants described in the medical science. He made sure the term aromatherapy. From these oils usually obtained by means of steam distillation, escaping aromas will alleviate diseases and disorders. As early as 5000 Bc, this form of healing in ancient Indian texts has been detained. Similar notes were found in texts of ancient Egypt dating back to 3000 Bc In modern therapy, accompanied by the scent especially Duftlampen or inhalers. But widespread also compresses, baths or gargle solutions apply.

The quality of the oils, however, varies somewhat. You should to apply eighth no synthetic oils, but also natural oils, the effect of the oils is now as follows: activating pine, rosemary, thyme, nutmeg, citronella immune system, eucalyptus, lavender, tea tree, geranium, bergamot cough relief nutmeg, Thuja, lemon, peppermint, Mountain Pine aphrodisiac Ylang-Ylang, Patchouli, rose,Sandalwood, jasmine, reassuringly, lavender, melissa, tangerine, chamomile, basil disinfecting tea tree, eucalyptus, clove, lavender, sage to ward off insects, lavender, eucalyptus, clove, sage, cypress concentration increase lemongrass, rosemary, peppermint, eucalyptus Pain, chamomile, peppermint, Bergamot, cajeput, moods brighten rose Geranium, rosewood, geranium, bergamot, neroli have been studies on its efficacy as yet relatively few conducted. However, the few studies carried out showed the following results: – Insecure students were safer under the influence of lavender – Inhaled nutmeg, lemon oil or Thuja can relieve cough – bath essence of pine and rosemary suggest – Tea tree oil is highly antiseptic – Migraine With peppermint oil has a similar Importantly, these oils, such as pain relievers never apply undiluted or collect. Severe allergic reactions or burns can result. As always, the council self-therapy only after consultation with a doctor or medical practitioners.


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