Information on Aromatherapy Recipes

Aromatherapy Recipes : Aromatherapy refers the use of complex chemicals in the oils of the plants and herbs which are proved to be relaxing the mind and the body. While breathing in the aroma of the essential oils people experience feeling of vigor and balance within the perfume and fragrance.

Lavender oil is the most preferred oil used in the aromatherapy recipes because of its ability to minimize the stress, anxiety and depressions, helping to curb the irritations and uncontrolled emotions and bring forth the feeling of serenity and balance in the life of an individual. The lavender oil constitutes 70 % of linalyl and linalol acetate, a sweet delicate flower smell, and 4% of terpenol, camphor and the cineol which produces the intense and the dominant aroma.

The combination of the two chemicals in the lavender oil creates an aromatherapy recipe that permeates the floral fragrance to spread out and penetrate the nostrils to smell the sweet and mild aroma of the herblike plant stimulating the senses with serenity and tranquility.

The use of the chemicals do not seem to have any correlation yet the balance used in the aromatherapy recipes does create the much required balancing, normalizing and alleviating the combination of the perfumes with the essential oils.

The other essential oils used in the balancing of the aroma are lemon grass, juniper berry, clary sage, fir needle, Melissa and Petit grain.

When there is the proper understanding of the prevailing characteristics of the aroma selected for the essential oils, recipes that stimulate the energies and the senses and the other benefits are produced.

The body and the mind retaliates with the dominant outcomes of a particular aroma when the oils are used separately, but the person who has the experience in the benefits of the aroma will be able to experiment with the combinations of the oils that result in the several applications which improve the well-being of an individual.

The creation of the aromatherapy recipes involves the two important processes. The first process involves the use of single essential oils and the other process involves the combination of the oils that have different effects but compliment each other in terms of fragrance.

While producing aromatherapy recipes it is important to select a middle tinge from the blend of those oils. The middle tinge obtained should make a perfume that tantalizes the senses and bestows the symptomatic outcomes that can help the individual to relax the mind and body and muscles and ease physical discomforts after using the aromatherapy recipe.