Hi There, Fellow Gardeners!
This is Becca.
Today, Organic Gurlz Gardens of Fort Wayne, Indiana will be sharing information on choosing the perfect aromatherapy scent.
Aromatherapy is the peaceful practice of using the natural oils extracted from dried or fresh flowers, stems, leaves, roots or other parts of garden plants to improve psychological and physical well-being. Aromatherapy is rapidly acquiring its deserved momentum; after all, it is believed to be a soothing, natural equivalent to generic medicine. This restful practice is used for an assortment of applications, including pain relief, mood enhancement and increased cognitive function.
How do I know which scent is the right one?
When choosing the perfect scent, we at Organic Gurlz Gardens suggest choosing a fragrance that pleases and relaxes you. A few great scents to start with are Lavender, Apple Mint, Oregano, and Hyssop. Some may even find Basil or Rosemary to be tranquil scents. Again, select the ‘perfume’ that is best for your body and mind; this will be the ‘right’ scent for you.
Eucalyptus oil is another favorite in the world of aromatherapy. The sound of being covered with the koala bears daintiest snack may not be tempting, but these leaves and their oil pack some peaceful power behind them.
**It has long been recommended not to use Eucalyptus in any form if you are at high risk/having and asthma attack. **
The pleasing aroma that is inhaled from these essential oils is widely believed to stimulate the brains function. Essential oils can also be absorbed through the skin, where they travel through the bloodstream and can promote whole-body healing.
The ability to unwind at the end of the day in your soaking tub is also the best way to ensure sound sleep at night, and (garden) made bath products like salts may help.
Don’t forget to tell your kids, grandchildren , nieces and nephews about the Kids Oasis!
Keep on growing!
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