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Why You Should Use these 3 Essential Oils for Aromatherapy?

The health benefits of Aromatherapy have been proven in hundreds of researches. All you will need is to use the right essential oils every day to feel relaxed and improve your mental and physical health. Find out the healing and relaxing benefits of lavender, orange and peppermint oil.

1. Healing Benefits of Lavender

Lavender is used widely in Aromatherapy because of its versatility. It has a relaxing effect and is also used for healing cuts and skin irritation. According to studies, its scent can also help in reducing stress hormone levels in the blood. You could use it anytime anywhere – in the bath or carry it everywhere in your key chain. You could put a few drops on your hand and inhale it and sprinkle them on your pillow.

This essential oil is valued because it speeds up healing time. It is rich of antioxidants and has been studied for its positive impact on diabetes. It also causes reduced oxidative stress, which further offers benefits against heart disease and other health problems.

2. Peppermint for Aromatherapy

Peppermint is also a commonly used essential oil in Aromatherapy because of its mind-stimulating and purifying effects. Studies show that the oil, when inhaled regularly, can also help improve mental alertness. It is among the very few essential oils that can also be consumed in small quantities. It is found beneficial for fighting indigestion.

3. Inhaling Orange Essential Oil

Sweet orange has a pleasant smell that brings pleasant thoughts to your mind. This makes it a commonly used essential oil in Aromatherapy. It works in different ways – lifts mood, creates relaxed feeling, makes you feel happy and fights chronic anxiety and depression. According to researchers, using this essential oil can reduce your pulse rate.

You can always carry these essential oils with you in the form of key chained scents and use them anywhere. The healing and relaxed benefits have long-term positive impact on your mental and physical health.