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It is a known fact that fragrances have a huge influence on our nervous system and mood. According to Dr. G. Dodd, unfamiliar, unpleasant and aggressive fragrances are among the leading reasons of depressions (including winter depressions), irritability, anxiety, headaches and so on. That is why aromatherapy is a great tool which can help us create an amazing scented summer garden in a depressive pessimistic winter day. Fragrances of meadow grasses, wild flowers, fruit and berries can create a beautiful atmosphere and surrounding in your house, and you will forget about winter depressions or cold winter weather, and start feeling warm and positive.

AromatherapyEvery woman should know that in aromatherapy, every particular scent can calm down symptoms of certain psychological problems and ailments. Below, you can check out a list of the most common psychological disorders and disturbances, which can be cured with the help of regular aromatherapy seances using the following scents and essential oils.

  • Excessive negative emotions: basil, bergamot, grapefruit, lemon, cinnamon, Melissa, muscatel, juniper.
  • Tardiness and overfatigue:  orange, bergamot, verbena, pine-tree, lavender, marjoram, myrrh, mint, rosemary, eucalyptus.
  • Nervous tension and migraines: basil, cardamon, lavender, lemon, mint, chamomile, pine-tree, eucalyptus.
  • Insomnia: vanilla, jasmine, anise, myrrh, sandal, chamomile.
  • Overpressure: bergamot, verbena, mint, rose, brotherwort, eucalyptus.
  • Forgetfulness, apathy, weakness: cardamon, basil, Melissa.
  • Increased irritability: anise, vanilla, marjoram, lavender, pine-tree, rose.
  • Anxiety: anise, orange, rose, sandal.
  • Winter depressions: orange, ylang-ylang, cinnamon, lavender, rose, sage.
  • Nightmares and fobias: anise, ylang-ylang, orange, rose, sandal, olibanum.
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