aromatherapy bath

Here in the United Kingdom, the cold, wet, dark and gloomy weather has really set in now, with record-breaking levels of rainfall in many parts during January. Thank goodness we’re not knee-deep in snow, but nonetheless, right now Spring seems far, far away. During dreary weather like this I like to pamper myself a bit from time to time, and usually qualify my actions with a declaration along the lines of ‘I work hard, so I deserve it’. I heartily recommend that you do the same! Read more…

Article by Sue Charles | Mind and Body | Tags: , , , | Thursday, February 6th, 2014 - 2:37

One of the great things about essential oils is their tremendous versatility and ease of use in aromatherapy. An amazing amount of power is packed into each drop, and this makes it very easy to use them in daily life to improve your health and wellbeing.

It can be great fun learning how to use essential oils and trying out all the different ways they can be enjoyed, but you must use them properly to get the best results. And because they are so powerful, they usually need to be diluted before you can use them. Read more…

Article by Geoff Lyth | About Aromatherapy | Tags: , , , , | Sunday, December 2nd, 2012 - 9:32

Nothing beats soaking in a nice warm bath at the end of a hectic, stressful day. And nothing beats the legendary power of lavender essential oil when you want to soothe, unwind and restore your mind and body. It is these properties, plus the appeal of its refreshing aroma that makes it the most popular essential oil used in aromatherapy today.
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Article by David Howell | New Products | Tags: , , , , , , | Tuesday, October 9th, 2012 - 11:18

As we hurtle towards Christmas once again, you may find that the ‘spirit’ of the celebrations have become a bit lost in the hustle and bustle of preparing everything. The festive season which used to be so magical, seems to become more stressful with each passing year as the commercial bandwagon thunders louder and longer through the lead up to Christmas. Read more…

Article by Sue Charles | Mind and Body | Tags: , , , , , | Friday, December 2nd, 2011 - 4:04

It was recently estimated that in the United Kingdom more working days are lost each year through back problems than through any other physical ailment. Around 90% of the population experience neck pain or shoulder pain at some point in their lives, and a huge proportion of working adults suffer some form of back pain every year. I suspect that this percentage would apply to most people in the western world.
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Article by Sue Charles | Mind and Body | Tags: , , , | Thursday, December 1st, 2011 - 12:54