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What is Aromatherapy and How Can it Help Alzheimer’s Disease?

Posted by on Friday, September 29th, 2017

 aromatherapy for Alzheimer's disease


Aromatherapy has been used for centuries in traditional medicine to help promote health and wellness, and protect from disease. But, what exactly is aromatherapy?  How can this age-old method of treatment help promote brain health and potentially stave off Alzhiemer’s disease?

Aromatherapy is essentially the result of inhaled elixirs from concentrated forms of plants and botanicals.   One of the most common forms of essential oils is Lavender oil, noted for its relaxation promotion properties.  These therapeutic essential oils can be used in a diffuser to send minute particles of the oils into the air for inhalation, others are used directly on the skin, and some can even be ingested.  But, do essential oils really promote health and wellness, or is it all a bunch of new age hype?  Read on to find out what the scientific/medical experts have to say…..

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