Essential oils are absorbed by smell receptors (connected to the limbic system) which controls heart rate, blood pressure, breathing, and stress.
They carry the “essence” of the plant.
Each plant’s essence has a different chemical composition that affects its smell, absorption, and effect.
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If you stick within the safe time limit and open a window when you're done, you can practice aromatherapy every day.
The side effects depend on what oil you’re using & how you’re using it.
Safety testing shows very few risks when used as directed.
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Essential oils are compounds extracted from plants and capture their scent and flavor, or "essence", enhanced with aromatic compounds.
Essential oils are made via distillation and cold-pressing.
These are commonly utilized in aromatherapy and are only used externally.
Inhaling the aromas from these essential oils can stimulate the limbic system of the brain, which controls emotions and memory.
Western medicine, for all its knowledge, has no clue about the connection of body, mind and soul. It is mainly concerned with the physical body and tries to dissect the various body parts, treating them as separate objects that can be repaired or replaced.
Eastern medicine does not treat the body as an automobile, and works holistically, as they have intricate knowledge on how our body parts, blood, mind and soul are interconnected.
Cooking oils tend to get their name from the nuts, seeds, fruits, plants, or cereals they're extracted from.
They're characterised by their high-fat content, including saturated fat, monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated fatty acids. Consuming too much saturated fat - more than 20g for women and 30g for men per day - makes the body produce cholesterol that increases the risk of heart disease.
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