Did someone say aromatherapy

How scents make sense

Knight Writer


I don’t know about you but I utterly abhor odoriferous things and people with inept hygiene. I’ll be saying to myself, “take yo nasty ass in a shower or baptize yourself in cologne.”

It’s unpleasant that’s for sure smelling like hot garbage on a July afternoon but hey, to each its own.

Smelling nice makes a statement. It makes you more appealing, people will want to be around you more, you leave an impression as well. With this said, there are other benefits to aromatic scents.

I am going to break down the health benefits of aromatherapy. I personally use this technique for helping with my concentration for writing. My go-to is my wax burner.

This thing is utterly amazing! It burns like a candle, but no wick. It utilizes a 2 bulb for heating the wax. It lasts all day too, plus it's cost-effective. It’ll burn wax and oil too. Anyway, I’ve digressed. I’ll break it down for you.

Aromatherapy is the practice of using natural scents (aromas) to enhance health. Essential oil therapy is based on the premise that pleasant or fragrant odors can affect mood, cognition, and physiology by acting through the olfactory system. (1)

The purpose of this article is to present evidence-based information about the benefits of aromatherapy, to define what constitutes evidence-based information, and to suggest methods for future research in this field.

The term aromatherapy has been applied to a number of products or procedures that purport to improve health or provide cosmetic benefits by means of inhaled substances.

Essential oils are natural aromatic compounds found in the seeds, bark, stems, roots, flowers, and other parts of plants. The oils contain volatile compounds that are extracted from the plant material by either water or steam distillation.

(2) This article will focus primarily on aromatherapy as used for medicinal purposes, defined as “…the treatment of disease and relief of symptoms through the use of concentrated aromatic plant extracts (essential oils or plants/plant parts) that are extracted by various methods and then administered to patients in the form of baths, massages compresses, vaporizers…for their curative properties.”(3)

Clinical aromatherapy has not been recognized as a legitimate medical treatment in the United States, but essential oils are…



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