Fear, worry and stress — byproducts of a life-threatening illness — can manifest themselves physiologically as anxiety, difficulty breathing and nausea. While traditional health care practices are used to treat the illness, complementary therapies including reflexology, massage, healing touch, bedside harp and aromatherapy can bring patients and their caregivers a sense of peace.
The sense of smell is the most basic and primitive of all our senses, and is of vital importance to humans since it helps with the survival of our species . . .
Infused oils were the original aromatherapy oils of the ancients, and they remain the oldest, safest, and most effective natural medicines available today. Discover how to use them . . .
A new teaching school in Guangzhou, China opened in November, and Quinessence were there to help launch the first aromatherapy training classes to their students . . .