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What actually Essential Oils Work on?

ED Origin Technology Co.,Ltd | Updated: Aug 12, 2017


Browse the shelves of a pharmacy or natural grocery store and you’re likely to spot small bottles of fragrant oils, such as lavender and peppermint, extracted from plants. Known as essential oils, these are the tools for the practice of aromatherapy—applying oils to the skin, sniffing them, or heating them in a device called an essential oil diffuser that disperses them into the air. Aromatherapy products are also available as lotions and soaps.

Promoters of this complementary therapy say it can aid sleep, relieve migraines and nausea, improve emotional well-being, and more. And U.S. consumers are buying into it; they spent about $1 billion on essential oils last year alone, according to market research firm Spins.

Does aromatherapy work? Currently there is no proof that the practice can cure any illness. For many of the “softer” claims—such as its purported role as a sleep aid or pain reducer—there has been little testing, and the scientific research that has been conducted has generally yielded conflicting results.

But when we examined the studies and spoke with experts, we found several ­areas in which the research seemed intriguing. They seems can really lift you mood and reduce the anxiety.


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