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Explanation About Essential Oils
Explanation about essential with while a perfume is developed benefiting from the latest research and is “domesticated” in a bottle representing a sign of luxury or refinement, aromas, scents, essences, and Essential oils are absolutely free, etheric and volatile: we can feel them anytime and anywhere, on the street, in the countryside, at sea or in the mountains. Each of us has a clean, personal smell. Is not it said, moreover, about a someone appreciated that one “feels good”? And although abstract, the smell is an essential mode of communication or recognition. Remember that in all religions, before incantations or prayers, men have always used special odors to “stage” recollection and meditation.
Druids to alchemists, Anglican pastors or priests Christians to Tibetan Buddhists, through the imams, the shamans, rabbis, South American Indians who purify themselves with fragrant branches or Japanese Shintoists that inhale fragrant herbs and palm fresh … Let’s mention the yogis again Indian and Ayurvedic people who bent fragrant herbs before applying them as purifying ointment or Indian princesses who were bathing in a lake of roses just like the Egyptian pharaohs did it with geraniums.
Like the Incas or Indians, before them, the body of Amazonian herbs before their ceremonies and the Australian Aborigines inhaled the purifying herbs to facilitate the accession to a knowledge of their gods, like the Greek Orthodox priests who perpetuate the tradition of holy basil at the entrance of the house … All, at all Periods and in all latitudes, call upon fragrant plants. Sage, hyssop, sandalwood, basil, mugwort, rose, myrrh or incense: what is the secret of their powers?
How can a simple smell bear witness to a spirituality
How can a simple smell bear witness to a spirituality, open us to the unknown world of spirits and gods, or tilt us in ourselves? We appreciate the positive effects of some fragrances, we discern the repulsive character of others. By breathing in an odor, we end up impregnating ourselves with it. Of even, depending on what we eat, our body odor gets changes and our eating habits greatly affect our state of health. A few thousand years ago, doctors Essenes knew how to diagnose evil from the only smell of sick…
At the beginning of the twentieth century, the work of Professors Gattefossé and Selinger demonstrated the parallel between physicochemical properties and the amazing and fast “actions” of essential oils on diseases and health. Their speed of action and their effectiveness are now proven. They are particularly effective in therapies, skin care techniques, treatment and disease prevention and, of course, they help to maintain good health. More and more doctors, osteopaths, homeopaths, and herbal therapists prescribe. Some laboratories now distribute and offer essential oils certified organic, quality.
Many big brands of traditional cosmetics are getting in the way because it’s fashionable! Be careful though, this is not because the enticing label will mention “with aromatherapy” that said a product will contain quality essential oils and a fortiori organic! Yes, this craze is pouring on the market worldwide number of products, including detergents or shampoos, creams, milk, masks or serums claiming themselves Aromatherapy without being in the least natural. They are “lavender, mandarin or pine oil” but have of gasoline than the name!
- We are entitled to expect therapeutic responses and we will then choose only certified organic products, which specify the source, the Latin name, technical documentation explicit, serious references, etc. However, this fashion aromatic strengthens the important development of aromatherapy. There are now more and more products on the market. quality that you will know, for sure, to recognize, as soon as you will be informed!
I am lucky to live and work in one of the regions of the world the richest in scents: Provence. Here we are in the kingdom aromatic plants: pines, cedars, thuja, fir, thyme, rosemary, lavender, savory, oregano, hyssop, marjoram, chamomile, mint, verbena, wild thyme, Santolina, tansy, mugwort, tarragon, basil, coriander, lovage, big auntie … In total, more than thirty plants with scents so … aromatic! In writing this book,
Communication with passion
I wanted to communicate my passion for this high region colors and scents. Before we even look after ourselves I specify how to conduct cures according to diseases and small ailments. Thanks to the dosages, frequencies and treatment times described in each sheet, you will know everything on essential oils. You will also enjoy applying the cure “Aromatic detox” and will know how to offload your volumes and unwanted weight … Discover some “aromatic” cooking recipes That already activate your taste buds. Does this mean that it is a simple, accessible, within the reach of all, to undertake and improve the “construction Or the “renovation” … of the “personal vehicle” that is your body? Your natural health, yours? Yes!
Dear reader, adept at new or “fan” of aromatherapy! These precious keys aromatic and fragrant will open the doors of confidence increased … to confidently and safely tackle the world of aromatherapy naturally. Your new “beauty health” joy “will be illuminated by the radiant light of the precious aromatic essential oils and their astonishing properties touching the body just as much as the soul.