Learn More About Aromatherapy by Checking Out These Books

January 25, 2017

If you don’t know much about aromatherapy but want to learn more about the subject, there are a number of ways to educate yourself. The first is by visiting aromatherapy-oriented websites such as Bioesse Tech and reading our blogs. The next is to check out videos that teach you more about the different essential oils available and how to create blends that you can use in a variety of applications. Last is to buy books written on

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Essential Oils That Have a Warming Effect in the Winter

January 18, 2017

If you’re the type of person who gets really cold in the winter, there are some essential oils that will help you feel warm. Think about the different spices available and choose warming scents such as cardamom, cinnamon, and ginger. Each helps to warm your heart and your body. Cardamom Helps with Colds and Bronchial Ailments Cardamom helps with cold and bronchial problems. It also encourages motivation and enthusiasm which are harder to feel during the winter. Lack of

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Get Focused with the Scent of Essential Oils

January 11, 2017

Did you know that essential oils can actually help improve concentration? That’s right, they do! Certain scents actually help you focus. If you’ve had trouble staying alert recently, you’ll want to look into adding essential oils such as Spearmint, Orange, and Grapefruit to your daily routine. By inhaling these scents, you’re able to improve concentration and avoid the dreaded brain fog you get from not resting properly. Citrus-based scents are invigorating. That’s what makes Orange and Grapefruit options

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Relieve Stress Better in 2017

January 04, 2017

Thinking back on the experiences you had in 2016, was there room for relaxation? Did you give yourself the gift of downtime or was your schedule fully packed from day to day?  If it was, you likely had more stress than you needed to deal with. Why not take a different approach this year? They call stress “the silent killer” for a reason. It leads to a myriad of serious health problems such as heart disease and depression.

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