Around the World Aromatherapy: England

Friday, 28 March 2014

Welcome to our exciting new Blog series, Around the World Aromatherapy, where we’re going to be focusing on one country at a time and looking into how they use natural oils for healing and enhancing joy.

Aromatherapy involves the artful blending of essential oils derived from plants, roots, barks, leaves, flowers and fruit to alleviate pain, calm the mind and body and bring about a feeling of happiness and health. These oils are used as a therapy through massage, compresses, bathing, cosmetics, perfumes and vapourisation. Egyptians are believed to have first started using essential oils as far back as the 12th Dynasty.

Aromatherapy in England

Roman Baths

The city of Bath, founded above hot thermal springs, has a long history as a major spa town. The curative waters are enriched with minerals and this recipe was developed using plants and flowers which grew in England and was formulated to uplift and revitalise for a sense of well-being :

  • 2 drops Peppermint
  • 2 drops Rosemary
  • 2 drops Sweet Orange

London Energy

Anyone that has ever lived in London will be familiar with the energy of the city, sometimes we need to give ourselves an extra push to make things happen  for a natural high:

  • 2 drops Melissa
  • 2 drops Grapefruit
  • 2 drops Bergamot

Somerset Springtime

There is nothing to touch the allure of the English countryside, bring it’s pleasant aroma to your room or dinner party to inspire a spontaneous expression of happiness!

  • 2 drops Rose
  • 2 drops Lavender
  • 2 drops Cypress

We hope you will enjoy trying these blends at home over the weekend and enjoy the benefits of English aromatherapy. The next post will cover the alluring French blends! Don’t miss it!

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