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Why Aromatherapy Works

In conversations about aromatherapy I often hear the objection that people don’t trust it to cure their conditions more than they trust commercially prepared medications from pharmacies and health or drug stores. One conversation about the potency of essential oils with a longtime loyal recipient of my massages inspired me to share why aromatherapy works and always will work.  So here it is: 

Millennia of existence prove its effectiveness

The very fact that aromatherapy has been here far longer than commercial medications should serve as a strong testimony.  If aromatherapy didn’t work, wouldn’t it go extinct through all civilizations to the modern world of science, knowledge, and information? If ancient civilizations in all parts of the world were curing their rich and poor with aromatherapy and there was as much sickness in the world then as there is now, shouldn’t this very reality be testimony to the fact that aromatherapy works?

Also, if essential oils are extracts directly from plants rather than chemicals engineered by man, shouldn’t essential oils be better for health and our bodies and sufficiently potent to cure our ailments?  If aromatherapy didn’t work, would the Egyptians put its products into the graves of their pharaohs? And could the suppliers of aromatherapy compete charging small fortunes for it in today’s world? After all, they have more than enough competition from pharmaceutical companies…

The active ingredients

Let’s look at why aromatherapy work from another perspective. When you buy a commercially engineered medicine, the active ingredient, which is highly likely also an engineered chemical, is diluted by default. This is because you have to eat the tablet with the powder that shapes and holds the tablet together, plus possibly colourings. Likewise you have to swallow the capsule with the material that encapsulates the active ingredient, also possibly with colourings. The powder that holds the tablet and the material that encapsulates the capsule will dissolve in your stomach with the active ingredient. Hence the active ingredient will be far less potent.  This also explains why you have to take a whole course of some medications before their effect kicks in.

Essential oils don’t have this problem, because a) you don’t have to digest them. Your skin absorbs them straight into your blood stream. B) they come in glass bottles, thus don’t contain any other powders, colourings, nor encapsulating materials to hold them together.  The glass bottles don’t form part of the active ingredients in essential oils.  The glass bottles simply contain the oils. And c) the essential oils are the active ingredients themselves. Thus many cannot be used neat on the skin, because they could irritate it. For this reason an aromatherapist will dilute the essential oils to various intensities in carrier oils. And the carrier oils contain minerals which are also wonderful for our skin. The minerals in the carrier oils beautifully complement the concentrated essential oils.

The cost of aromatherapy speaks volumes too…

The small fortunes that you’ll pay for essential oils reflect the fact that you’ll be getting the pure product [unless the oils are adulterated. But I’m not taking this option into account for the purpose of clarity of putting my point across in this article]. And do you know why some essential oils cost so much?  Because the collection of the nature’s gifts from which we extract the essential oils can only happen at limited times of day or night or in limited conditions, or is otherwise expensive due to labour costs.

But in the long term the effectiveness and kindness of aromatherapy to the body will beautifully even out its cost. And the fact that you can also use aromatherapy at home, at work, and even on animals is also a big plus for justifying its cost. So is it really that expensive in the long term?

Perhaps this article and others about aromatherapy on this site show that I’m a qualified aromatherapist. I beautifully combine it with massages exclusively for older executive, corporate, and professional men. Fancy a massage that you’ll get nowhere else? Let’s talk about it. 

 


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