Clinical Aromatherapy

Clinical aromatherapy utilizes essential oils extracted from different parts of the plants to promote physical, emotional, and psychological well-being. 

Clinical aromatherapy includes:

 ❤️ essential oils which are known for their complex chemical compositions and distinct therapeutic properties. Each essential oil possesses a unique aroma and a specific set of potential benefits.

 ❤️  the application of essential oils through various methods, such as inhalation and topical application. 

 ❤️ an emphasis on evidence-based practice. This means that practitioners aim to incorporate scientific research and clinical trials into their recommendations. 

 ❤️ working closely with clients to create personalized treatment plans. Factors such as dilution ratios, proper application methods, potential interactions, individual's health history, current medications, allergies, and lifestyle are considered when selecting appropriate essential oils and application methods.

 ❤️ the use of essential oils for stress and anxiety, sleep disturbances, pain management, skin conditions, respiratory issues, and digestive problems. 

❤️ educating clients about the proper use of essential oils and their effects. Clients are empowered to make informed decisions about their health and well-being.