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Aroma oils and cosmetic oils

The present aroma oils, which have medicinal properties, are an extract obtained from the treatment of medicinal plants. These are essential oils that are extracted from roots, leaves, fruits, seeds, inflorescences. Oils from different elements of the same plant have different qualities and a certain range of applications.

Synthetic and identical to natural oils are used as perfumes, for scenting rooms, linen, clothes, for repelling insects (moths) and for massage procedures. They do not possess medical properties. Natural oils, which can also be used, like flavors or perfumes.

Natural aroma oils are a miracle cure that can heal from a variety of diseases in a short time. We strongly recommend - in order not to waste money in vain, you must first decide on the purpose of aroma oil, and then buy exactly what is optimal for the desired purpose.

Healing properties of oils are multifaceted. This gift of nature to man has both a therapeutic effect and the ability of psycho-emotional impact. Aromaoils treat catarrhal diseases, stabilize the activity of the nervous system and have anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects. They activate biochemical processes in the body, normalizing the process of metabolism and the work of internal organs. Each kind of natural oil is used for specific purposes. For example, eucalyptus and lavender oil is used to treat wounds and burns, lemon oil and sage oil helps with bruises, tea tree oil treats sore throats, laryngitis, dental diseases.

Aromatherapy is a form of alternative medicine, which is based on the use of essential oils and other aromatic compounds in order to change the mood of a person, cognitive functions (the so-called "mental state") and health.

The work of aromatherapy is explained by two main mechanisms. One of them is the influence of aroma on the brain, especially the limbic system (the system participates in the regulation of olfactory functions, internal organs, emotions, instinctive behavior, memory, sleep and wakefulness) through the olfactory system. Another mechanism is the direct pharmacological effect of essential oils.