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One of the great things about Aromatherapy oils is that they are extremely versatile and can be applied in many ways. There is really no one right way to use aromatherapy oils—it’s all about personal preference so try experimenting with a few different methods to find out what’s right for you.

  • Compresses

Hot or cold compresses can be used with aromatherapy oils to help relieve pain, cramps, and muscle ache. Apply oils specific to pain relief to any compress material.

Special compresses containing oils such as lavender can be purchased ready-made. These compresses, once heated, release the scent of your chosen oil while providing warmth and aromatherapy oil treatment to the area of the body they are placed upon.

Compresses are a useful night-time or post sport aromatherapy method. Tangerine and Verbena.

  • Baths and Foot Baths

Aromatherapy oils can be added to hot baths and foot baths to soften the skin, reduce pain and swelling, and relieve stress. The steam from your mixture of aromatherapy oils and hot water works by filling your bathroom like a diffuser, so that you are inhaling your aromatic mixture while applying it directly to your skin through the water.

This combination is perfect for relaxation after a hard day at work. Foot baths are great at the end of the day, allowing for the relief of foot pain while watching television, reading a book, or just relaxing in a comfortable chair.

A Special foot spas can be purchased that massage your feet while soaking your skin in beneficial aromatherapy oils.

  • Massage Oils

Massage oils containing aromatherapy oils can be purchased and rubbed directly into the skin for optimum muscle relief and relaxation.

Aromatherapy oils can also be massaged onto the skin alone. Try combining a variety of beneficial oils to create your own personalised massage oil. For example, if you suffer from dry skin and back pain, clary sage oil and coconut oil might be the perfect mixture for you.

Oils can be massaged into any external part of the body for pain relief and relaxation. Try massaging coconut oil onto the scalp for itch relief, or chamomile onto the lower abdomen to relieve menstrual cramps.

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  • Other Uses

Aromatherapy oils can also be mixed with tea and ingested, gargled for sore throat relief, and used in shampoos and conditioners.

Try a few methods to discover your personal preferences. You might find that some are more effective for you than others. There is no one-size-fits-all formula for aromatherapy.

It’s all about you.

Conclusion

Because of the gentle nature of aromatherapy, it can be used safely in home treatment. Thoroughly educate yourself before trying it Knowledge Base . If you have allergies, it is a good idea to perform a skin patch test to determine any possible negative reaction.

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