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Aromatherapy for Weightloss and Health

Aromatherapy History

Essential oils have been used for thousands of years as stimulants, sedatives, and for religious and medicinal purposes. Aromatherapy is the century-old practice of using volatile plant oils, also referred to as essential oils, to support overall health and well-being.

It’s easy to see how our sense of smell impacts our feelings. The sense of smell is incredibly powerful. Your body can distinguish more than 1 trillion different scents, and can provide a variety of healing benefits. For example, some oils have powerful anti-inflammation properties, while others are anti-microbial, antiseptic or insecticidal. In the same way there are some unique essential oils that have fat-burning compounds or others that can help alleviate cravings and uplift mood.

Eucalyptus is purifying and invigorating, and often used in topical preparations.

Ginger can be used to stimulate the appetite.

Juniper Berry is associated with restoring and supporting benefits, and comes from the berry of the juniper tree.

Lavender is used in baths, sprays, lotions, oils and more; plus, lavender promotes a calm and relaxed feeling.

Lemon is a refreshing and cheering oil that should be heavily diluted if you plan on apply