Aromatherapy is often used to help treat some minor conditions we face in our everyday lives. It’s been proven to be effective in many areas that are both physical and mental in their origin.

Different scents help with different conditions. Lavender is one of those scents that actually work for several types of conditions.  It can induce romantic feelings for a couple. If you’re planning a nice evening at home with your significant other, add a little lavender scent to the mix and spice up your romantic rendezvous together. It gives you that extra little edge to make your evening a more memorable one.

Lavender is also a scent that helps enhance relaxation and calmness. The light, flowery scent gives almost instant relaxation to a tensed, stressed out mind and body. It’s perfect to help unwind after a hard day at work.

It can affect the nervous system in a positive way.  Lavender encourages faster healing from ailments such as skin burns and wounds.  It also helps heal various conditions from digestion problems to respiratory issues.

Lavender is a scent that can help relieve the toll insomnia can take on your body. Those who have problems getting to sleep and staying asleep tend to have mood swings from the irritability derived from not catching enough shut-eye.

Because it’s not known to cause allergies, Lavender’s sometimes used in nursing homes to calm agitation episodes and improve dementia conditions with some of the people who reside there. It’s known as a scent that most people will love – or at least tolerate well – so it can be used in situations like these without being too intrusive to the olfactory.

Lavender is a scent of choice when a person wants to alleviate symptoms of overall depression. It helps with the anxiousness, tensed feelings, stress, irritability, agitation and even enhances a more pleasant mood just by its aroma.

It comes in many different forms to use in your aromatherapy program. Some people use traditional candles to spread the scent around the room.  There are also dried flowers that give off their natural scent, oils that can be simmered in potpourri pots and even oils that are placed in your bath water. You can also see it in hand creams, body spray and room air fresheners.

Reaching for Lavender will help you enjoy the instant perks it offers with its light, aromatic scent. You can combine it with other light scents and enjoy the medicinal effects of a pleasurable aromatherapy experience.

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