The Importance of Fragrance in Aromatherapy


Aromatherapy Massage is a distinct way of treating an ailment using essential oils obtained from fragrant herbs.  It has become extensively popular across the globe. Experts claim it to be highly effective for the treatment of stomach disorders, arthritis, mood swings, and psychosomatic disorders. Serious health issues such as migraine and backache can also be treated using aromatherapy. Aromatherapy Massage reduces stress and fully relaxes the mind and body. Natural oil extracts from fruits and flowers are the basic ingredients of this therapy. They are essentially herbal ingredients, and no cosmetic fragrances are used.

Have you spotted scented candles in the room where Aromatherapy Massage is performed? These candles are used to spread the fragrance. Each scent has a different impact on the body, mind and soul. Hence, they are selected according to the ailment that is getting treated. Miraculous results can be achieved by combining fragrances that support the treatment. Some popular fragrances used in Aromatherapy Massage are lime, peppermint, ylang-ylang, lemongrass and lavender. Sandalwood oil and cinnamon oils are used by elite spas for doing massage in Delhi.

The aroma or the fragrance of an essential oil is the main aspect of Aromatherapy Massage. Essential oils are mixed in a base oil to reduce their concentration and then used in a massage. The fragrance from the essential oils reaches parts of the brain that regulate our emotions and mood through the nasal passage. This coupled with the massage techniques induces a sense of relaxation or boosts energy levels depending on the essential oils used.

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