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Herbal Oils

Aromatherapists treat a variety of physical conditions, illnesses and mental health concerns with essential aromatic oils that are extracted or distilled from flowers, trees, spices, fruit or herbs.

What is an Aromatherapist?

What does an aromatherapist do?

Aromatherapy is a treatment that uses essential oils to promote physical and emotional well being.The typical responsibilities of an aromatherapist include:

● Undertaking patient consultations
● Identifying appropriate essential oils
● Planning and explaining treatment requirements
● Creating blends of oils
● Applying oils (often via therapeutic massage) and undertaking treatment
● Making referrals to GPs, specialists and other healthcare practitioners
● Providing advice about diet, exercise and lifestyle
● Keeping accurate confidential patient records
● Keeping up to date with research and new developments in the profession

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Why do people seek an aromatherapist?

Folks may go to an aromatherapist for a variety of reasons. Here are the most common;

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Mental Health

● Difficulty sleeping
● Mood swings
● Tension/anxious behavior
● Disorganized thinking

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● Belly aches

● Bug bites

● Restless sleep

● Focus/frustration

Skin Care

Skin Concern

● Acne
● Dry skin
● Rashes
● Mild infections
● Dull skin

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Aches and Pains

● Old injuries

● Inflammation

● Soreness

● Increased flexibility

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● Fragrance for beauty
● Custom perfume
● Grief
● Increased intimacy

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● Time zone adjustment

● gastro issues

● flight anxiety

● hotel/guest healthy stay sprays

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