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An essential method of Aromatherapy is the use of infusions...

Aromatherapy and Infusions

Take one ounce of herbs, add one pint of boiling water, poured over the herbs, And you've made an infusion.  Infusions are a popular form of aromatherapy and have been used for thousands of years to treat ailments.   Today, they are just as popular to use as they were during the days of antiquity.  Infusions also include herbal teas, which is another very popular way of absorbing herbs while inhaling their healing properties through steam.  When drinking infusions, they may be served either hot or cold in “tea” form.

herbal infusion Infusions may also be added to an aromatic bath for a direct way of absorbing their essential oils.  An infusion may be added to a bath by using roots, berries, leaves, or flowers of herbs that have been placed in either a cloth bag and placed directly into the bath water, or by using your “infusion tea” and directly adding that to your water. 

There are hundreds upon hundreds of plants and herbs and essential oils that will treat a host of ailments, illnesses, and conditions.  Along with infusions and baths, you can also add infusions or herbs to vaporizers for breathing treatments that will help with respiratory infections, asthma, cough, colds, and flu. 

Herbs contain many different properties, you should choose the herbs that you want for your aromatherapy baths based upon their properties and what your need is.  There are many herbal guides readily available that will let you know which herb has which properties.  You can also successfully blend many herbs together and strengthen, as well as increase their healing value. 

Aromatherapy and Infusions are an excellent method for obtaining and maintaining maximum health.  Whether your goal is to reduce anxiety and stress or to bring healing for a certain ailment, you can easily treat any condition with Aromatherapy.  Remember, though the word Aromatherapy may be new to you, this is an art that has been practiced for thousands of years.  In fact the Bible, Ancient Egyptians, and the Early Romans all used forms of Aromatherapy and infusion methods. 

For a relaxing Aromatherapy bath, try adding fresh Chamomile to a cloth bag and placing in your tub.  You can also make an infusion of Chamomile and add your infusion instead.  Chamomile is known for relieving stress, bringing peace and relaxation to the body.  It is also a powerful remedy for those who are suffering from Insomnia. 

Eucalyptus is a great herb that you can use to relieve chest congestion due to respiratory infections, coughs, cold, flu, Asthma, and Bronchitis.  You can make an infusion and drink it for internal relief.  Or try adding the Eucalyptus directly to your bath water for an Aromatic bath, or even add some Eucalyptus essential oil into your vaporizer. 

Eczema and Psoriasis are two conditions that can benefit greatly from an Aromatherapy bath.  Juniper Oil is a great herb that will help fight the constant itch and dryness of these two skin conditions.  Along with infusing the herb into your bath, you can also apply Juniper Oil directly to skin conditions for immediate relief.




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