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We offer aromatherapist Basic & Advanced course.
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Duration 4 Days ( 4 Hours)
Basic Course and Advance Course
Learn More than 200 formulas of making natural oils. These oils have no negative effect. Only External use oils.
Oils used for Health Care & Beauty Care.
Health Care : Cures problems like Blood pressure, Diabetes, Arthritis etc.
Beauty Care : Cures problems like pimples, acnes, Hair fall, dandruff, slimming etc.
What is Aromatherapy ?
Aromatherapy is the therapeutic use of aromatic substances. To put it another way, we are using fragrant oils to make us feel a whole lot better.
Aromatherapy is the therapeutic use of aromatic substances. Therapeutic use covers both mind and body, whereas aromatic substances tend to be the essential oils. As a treatment, it is usually combined with body-contact therapy in the form of massage. Aromatherapy massage is one of the most relaxing types of massage and is best done with subdued lighting and gentle background music. The nature of aromatherapy is as a holistic treatment, restoring balance to mind and body as well as its specific use in treating a wide range of symptoms.
What are Essential Oils ?
Essential oils are pure, concentrated plant extracts obtained specifically for their fragrance and therapeutic value. The chemical composition of these oils is exceedingly complex – often tens or hundreds of constituent parts. It is now thought that all of these parts play a vital role in the effectiveness of essential oils and thus the chemical synthesis of these oils has proved remarkably tricky.
Examples of common essential oils include lavender oil, rose oil and peppermint oil.
Interaction with the Human Body
Essential oils can be absorbed by the human body in a variety of ways. The vapour, once inhaled, can trigger neurochemical release in the brain via receptors in the nose and mouth. Many people are familiar with the phenomenon of a sudden awareness of past memories after detecting a particular smell or taste. Although these memories can be buried deep in the subconscious, they suddenly flood into view. Of all the five senses, smell has the strongest link into the subconscious. Vapour can also be absorbed by the blood once it gets into the lungs. Once in the bloodstream, it can circulate quickly to all the organs of the body, not just the brain. As a liquid, essential oils can be taken orally ( not recommended ) with direct action on the stomach and the small / large intestines. More usually, oils form part of an aromatherapy massage, in which case there is an immediate local action on the skin ( epidermis and dermis ) and from there into muscle tissue, joints and the bloodstream.
Can essential oils treat serious illness ?
A. There is some anecdotal evidence to suggest that essential oils can help serious illness. If you have a serious illness, and have tried conventional treatments with no success, then what is there to lose ? However, ALWAYS seek medical advice from a doctor first. Aromatherapy is no substitute for modern medicine, no matter how much you would like to believe in the healing powers of flowers and plants. In the past, aromatherapy was used because the scientific understanding and vast array of man-made drugs were just not available. The treatments proved moderately effective in treating everyday ailments and infections, but there is no evidence that they prolonged life expectancy to any great degree. It is only now with our understanding of DNA and the human genome that we can make huge breakthroughs in the treatment life-threatening disease. Use aromatherapy but understand its limitations.
What evidence is there that aromatherapy does any good at all ?
As most doctors would say – circumstantial, anecdotal, historical but not scientific. In fact, research has been done into the effectiveness of some essential oils – especially the popular ones such as lavender, tea tree and peppermint. The aniti-bacterial properties, and to some extent anti-viral properties, of these oils are now well regarded. Have you noticed how the essential oils are finding there way into a wide range of cosmetic and cleaning products ? How may times have you seen ‘lemon’ or ‘pine’ fresh cleaners ? Or tea tree shower gel and shampoo ? Or rosemary bath oil ? Is this just cashing in on a trendy phenomenon ( no doubt ) or is there some real scientific evidence behind it ? Even if you dismiss aromatherapy out of hand, have some respect for times past when essential oils brought healing, freshness and luxury to a squalid world. We all appreciate gold, but remember it was on an equal with frankincense and myrrh ! Buy a bottle of each and find out why this could possibly be.
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