Essential oils are taken from a plant's flowers, leaves, stalks, bark, rind, or roots. The oils are mixed with another substance (such as oil, alcohol, or lotion) and then put on the skin, sprayed in the air, or inhaled. You can also massage the oils into the skin or pour them into bath water.
The oils are thought to interact with the body's hormones and enzymes to cause changes in blood pressure, pulse, and other body functions. Another theory suggests that the fragrance of certain oils may stimulate the body to produce pain-fighting substances.
Aromatherapy and essential oils are very much useful in:
Healing burns and wounds
Kill fungal & bacterial infections
Energizing body and mind
Relieve menstrual cramps
Stimulate the immune system
Improve skin tone
Decrease sinus & lung congestion
Relieve from tension headaches
Improve blood circulation
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