Clinical Aromatherapy

 

The textbook definition of Aromatherapy is “the holistic therapeutic application of genuine and authentic plant-derived essential oils for enhancing the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health of the individual.”

Essential oils are highly concentrated aromatic extracts that are distilled or expressed from a variety of aromatic plant material, including flowers, fruits, grasses, leaves, resins, roots, seeds and woods.

While essential oils are in the plant they help protect it by constantly adjusting their chemical composition to adapt to the plant’s ever-changing internal and external environment, e.g. by attracting pollinators, dealing with plant-to-plant competition and defending against insects and other animals. Innate intelligence.

Aromatherapy can have mind-body healing effects through the application of essential oils on the skin, known as dermal application; or through olfaction, the sense of smell. Olfactory benefits occur when aromas impact the limbic brain, beginning with nerve impulses to the amygdala, the integrative center for emotions, emotional behavior and motivation.

My consultations with clients seek to address areas of physical or emotional imbalance in the individual that may be improved or corrected with dermal or olfactory applications of blended essential oils.

Clinical Aromatherapy

 

The textbook definition of Aromatherapy is “the holistic therapeutic application of genuine and authentic plant-derived essential oils for enhancing the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health of the individual.”

Essential oils are highly concentrated aromatic extracts that are distilled or expressed from a variety of aromatic plant material, including flowers, fruits, grasses, leaves, resins, roots, seeds and woods.

While essential oils are in the plant they help protect it by constantly adjusting their chemical composition to adapt to the plant’s ever-changing internal and external environment, e.g. by attracting pollinators, dealing with plant-to-plant competition and defending against insects and other animals. Innate intelligence.

Aromatherapy can have mind-body healing effects through the application of essential oils on the skin, known as dermal application; or through olfaction, the sense of smell. Olfactory benefits occur when aromas impact the limbic brain, beginning with nerve impulses to the amygdala, the integrative center for emotions, emotional behavior and motivation.

My consultations with clients seek to address areas of physical or emotional imbalance in the individual that may be improved or corrected with dermal or olfactory applications of blended essential oils.

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