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Nowadays, use of alternative and complementary therapies with mainstream medicine has gained the momentum.
Aromatherapy is one of the complementary therapies which use essential oils as the major therapeutic agents to treat several diseases. The essential or volatile oils are extracted from the flowers, barks, stem, leaves, roots, fruits and other parts of the plant by various methods.
It came into existence after the scientists deciphered the antiseptic and skin permeability properties of essential oils. Inhalation, local application and baths are the major methods used in aromatherapy that utilize these oils to penetrate the human skin surface with marked aura. Once the oils are in the system, they remodulate themselves and work in a friendly manner at the site of malfunction or at the affected area.
This type of therapy utilizes various permutation and combinations to get relief from numerous ailments like depression, indigestion, headache, insomnia, muscular pain, respiratory problems, skin ailments, swollen ts, urine associated complications etc. The essential oils are found to be more beneficial when other aspects of life and diet are given due consideration.
This review explores the information available in the literature regarding therapeutic, medical, cosmetic, psychological, olfactory, massage aromatherapy, safety issues and different plants used in aromatherapy. View PDF Download full issue. Add to Mendeley Share. Under a Creative Commons. Abstract Nowadays, use of alternative and complementary therapies with mainstream medicine has gained the momentum. Keywords Complementary therapy. Recommended articles Citing articles 0. Peer review under responsibility of Hainan Medical University. Production and hosting by Elsevier Singapore Pte Ltd.Asian drop dating hairy women old
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