- Posted by Majella Farrell
- On March 4, 2021
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- Aromatherapy, healthy hormones, immune system, Inflammation, lavender. Happy, Live Well Clinic, Majella Farrell, Massage, Menopause, relax, Stress
The ancient tradition of Aromatherapy is a beautiful way to enhance your days.
Essential oils can benefit your relaxation, meditation, exercise, work and home ambience.
Using aromatherapy candles or a diffuser is lovely but not necessary.
Please contact us to have your care bag made for you which can include essential oils, diffuser, candles, soaps, and pulse point aromatherapy rollers. This includes a 30-minute zoom call to check your needs
Here is a list of ways you can use these gifts from nature.
Regular use of aromatherapy is a gentle, effective way of maintaining good health. we can help our bodies to function more efficiently and alleviate the effects of stress and tension by using aromatherpy in a number of different ways. Most of the treatments are simple enough for anyone to try at home.
inhalation can be used by adding a few drops of essential oil on a handkerchief. This is an effective way to relieve travel sickness or nausea. The same method can be used for keeping alert when driving, or the handkerchief can be placed by your pillow to help deal with sleeping problems
Aromatherapy compresses can be helpful in the treatment of;
Muscular aches and pains
Irritated skin conditions
Diffusing/Scenting the room
Essential oil burners/diffusers allow you to perfume the room and improve your wellbeing. depending on the oil you choose you can create a warm relaxing atmosphere or a refreshing, zesty, uplifting one. Also, by using eucalyptus oil, for example in the burner you can help relieve cold symptoms and keep germs at bay from others in your home.
Majella Farrell RMN, MBRCP. is a mother of four and grandmother of three. She is involved in the care of the parents.
An experienced tutor of therapies and healthcare science.
She practices Natural Health Care at Live Well Clinic. With over 40 years of experience in healthcare first as a nurse and then as a Natural Health Care Consultant.