What is aromatherapy? In short, aromatherapy is the healing with essential oils.

Far from simply being fragrant scents, essential oils are  very strong concentrates of plant materials such as leaves, flowers, roots, etc. Nature offers a huge selection of natural remedies which, however, are not without potential side effects. It is therefore essential to work diligently and responsibly when administering these essences.

Potential applications:

  • muscle treatment (fatigue, soreness, stiffness etc.)
  • manufacturing of ointments, salves and creams for skin care, wound treatment and scar treatment, etc.
  • vaporization and diffusion to cleanse the air, especially in the flu season, creating a positive work environment and a general uplifting atmosphere
  • ointments and preparations for colds, bronchial afflictions, sinusitis, upper ¬†respiratory disorders
  • support during pregnancy and childbirth, treatment of diaper rash, treatment of female afflictions
  • mental imbalance
  • treatment of bedsores and support during terminal care
  • relief of nerve complaints such as headaches, stress, insomnia
  • treatment of cardio vascular system ailments such as blood pressure imbalance, varicose veins, hemorrhoids
  • general support of the lymphatic system

Properties of essential oils:

  • antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, antipyretic, wound healing, anti- inflammatory, analgesic, anticonvulsant, anxiolytic, antibiotic, expectorant, mood altering, cortisone-like

About Prisca

Prisca Pfaendler was born and raised in Switzerland. In 2000, medical problems began to dominate her daily life, career and personal life. Unfortunately, doctors were not able to adequately remedy my medical conditions.

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