Waves Crashing On The Beach 1 Hour: Sound of Waves Crashing on the Beach, Calming, Deep Sleep, Relax

As an Aromatherapist one of the most sought-after solutions my clients ask for is SLEEP SOLUTIONS. The sound of waves crashing on the beach is a very soothing sound if the individual is receptive and sits or lays in stillness while listening to this video. The sound of waves crashing on the beach is known to calm anxiety, relax the mind, creates the ambiance for deep sleep.

The video is recommended for use during yoga, meditation, sleep, or just for times of relaxation and quiet times.

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Aromatherapy for Coughs and Colds

Winter is a prime season for colds and flu. But aromatherapy and essential oils can help. Prevention is always better than cure. Help stop the spread of germs by using the antiseptic powers of essential oils around the home.

Almond Oil

Almond oil is an essential oil that is harvested from a few main species of almond trees across the world. These trees used to be naturally occurring in the Middle East and Asia but has since been introduced elsewhere as it has grown to be a major cash crop. The almond oil itself is harvested from the kernel or “nut” via pressing (cold press, hot press). By body weight, each kernel can contain up to forty percent of oil. The oil itself is rich in fatty acids, with most of its composition containing Omega 9 fatty acids (60 percent), Omega 6 fatty acids and saturated fatty acids.

Lavender Essential Oil to the Rescue

Whenever I travel I always take an “emergency kit” of essential oils with me. One of the essential oils I find most useful to have on hand is lavender. Thinking back to the times away from home when I’ve had to use it, many incidents come to mind.

Lavender Oil Review

Lavender oil is an essential oil that is commercially important to the perfume and cosmetics industry. Lavender is especially fragrant, which is why it is extensively used in perfumes, shampoos, hand creams and various soaps. As there are various species of the lavender shrub around the world, the oil itself will differ somewhat in density. Lavender that is harvested from the foothills of the Himalaya’s are particularly prized in the world of aromatherapy.

The Truth About Essential Oils and Aromatherapy

An essential oil is a concentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile aroma compounds from plants. It is also known as volatile oils, ethereal oils or aetherolea, or simply as the “oil of” the plant from which they were extracted, such as oil of clove. An oil is “essential” in the sense that it carries a distinctive scent, or essence, of the plant. Essential oils do not form a distinctive category for any medical, pharmacological, or culinary purpose.

Using Essential Oils to Enhance Your Life

The use of essential oils dates back to ancient times. Our ancestors used these wonderful essences for perfumes and cosmetics, medicinal purposes, incense, religious ceremonies and rituals, and culinary purposes. Essential oils are derived from plants primarily through steam distillation and some through methods of solvent extraction.

Rose Hydrolat, and How to Use It

Rose hydrolat (rose hydrosol) is one of the most versatile of all the pure flower waters. The aroma is quite delightful, exactly like the divine fragrance of the plant: rich, floral, sweet, uplifting, heavenly – simply beautiful. And it has almost universal appeal. So how should rose hydrolat be used?

Essential Oils Guide

There are over hundreds of essential oils that are being used in aromatherapy and other consumer products. Skin care products, perfumes, medicine, and pain relievers are some of the most common products that contain essential oils.

Intention Scenting – Create an Aura Mist to Set and Strengthen Your Intention

Using Aromatherapy to set an intention is an empowering ritual, in the fact that essential oils are said to influence the body, mind and spirit. Learn how to link your intention with a scent, (one you create), to make your intention that much more powerful, personal and palpable.

Essential Oils As Mood Enhancers

Essential oils can assist us in so many ways, on both psychological and physiological levels. When using essential oils to elevate our mood, one of the most effective means of obtaining their substantial benefits is through direct inhalation. When the oil is rubbed into our palms (diluted with a carrier oil if necessary) and inhaled, its beneficial properties travel instantly to the limbic system, the main area of the brain that is deeply connected with our emotions.

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