An essential oil user’s guide to aromatherapy

Mar 4th, 2019 | Category: Young Living Product Blog

Aromatherapy is the practice of using essential oils topically and aromatically for overall wellness. Essential oils are a highly concentrated, natural oil produced from botanicals such as flowers, trees, roots, and seeds. According to the Mayo Clinic, the scents from these potent, plant-based products “target smell receptors in the nose, triggering effects that pass through the nervous system to the brain.” Those effects can help your body, mind, and emotional well-being in many ways.

When using essential oils for aromatherapy, it’s important to choose pure, high-quality oils. Find out where your oils come from  and the testing they go through to make sure they meet the highest standards. You want to get the most out of every drop of essential oil during your aromatherapy practice, so do your research!

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