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Aromatherapy Favorites – Eucalyptus

Aromatherapy has been around longer than most people would expect, with the word first being coined in 1928 by a French chemist called René-Maurice Gattefossé when he discovered the effects of putting his burning arm in some lavender oil during an accident at a lab in which he was working. However, it's only in recent years that oils like eucalyptus have really been catching on with aromatherapists. There are a few reasons why eucalyptus aromatherapy is starting to become so popular. But, before going too much further, here's a brief definition of what aromatherapy is all about: it's a holistic approach to treating spiritual, physical, and physiological problems through the external use of essential oils. This could include adding them to a warm bath, applying directly to the body through massage, or breathing in the vapors. As you can see there are a number of ways that it can be applied. Eucalyptus aromatherapy has an advantage over the other more traditional forms of aromatherapy in as much as...


Home Fragrance With Natural Soy Candles

In times past, candles were purely a utilitarian item. They had one purpose to fulfill, and that was to provide light. Candles were first made from animal fats, and then beeswax and paraffin. Today we have the next evolution in candles, which is a natural soy candle. Soy candles are made from the oils found in soybeans, so they are completely natural with no petroleum by products. For centuries, candles have been used for many purposes including decoration, celebrations, mood lighting and aromatherapy. One of the best candle choices for aromatherapy is natural soy candles. These candles have the ability to diffuse their aroma throughout the room slowly, therefore they never put too much scent into the room and become overpowering. Soy candles also put out almost no soot, so the fragrance you get isn’t mingled with other scents from the burning of the candle. When you make the choice to use natural soy candles, you are making a wise choice for many reasons. They have the lowest impact on our envir...


Work Better at Home with These Relaxation Techniques

Are you waiting for a long hectic day of work to end before you take time to relax? Many people plow through their day, let the stress build, then hope to repair the damage later. The method of postponing stress relief until the end of the day is not the answer. To truly combat stress and the harm it causes, we need to practice relaxation and stress relief throughout the day. Building relaxation techniques into our daily routine can be challenging. People who work at home often lose track of time and only know the stress has gotten out of control when the stiff and sore muscles, headaches, and other ailments surface. Rather than put relaxation and stress relief off until later, let's find some simple methods that we can add to our schedule throughout the day. Here are a few basic techniques to try right in the comfort of your home office. Deep Breathing If stress is causing you to get anxious, nervous, agitated, or even angry, deep breathing may be the perfect relaxation therapy for you. Deep breathing f...


Improve the Feng Shui in Your Home

Feng Shui is an old Chinese study that believes human beings and the environment they are surrounded by (their home, workspace, etc) are full of tangible but invisible energy. This energy is known as ‘Chi.’ Here are 10 tips you can use to start incorporating Feng Shui into your life right away. 1. Clear the clutter! This is the number one most important Feng Shui tip! When it comes to Feng Shui and keeping positive energy flowing throughout your space, it’s important to keep things clutter free and clean. If you don’t, energy can get stuck and become stale, which in turn produces negative energy. So, keep things picked up and put away every day. 2. Front Door. The front door plays an important part to the flow of energy (also known as Chi) as this is where it enters from. It needs to flow freely through the rest of the house. So it’s important to make sure that you keep this area clutter free and well lit. 3. Color. Your mood is greatly effected by color. So, when it...


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