Arrive at a clean and healthy home, filled with the scents of Aromatherapy!

Health benefits of Aromatherapy

Take a whiff of the air around you. What do you smell? Are you immediately put in a good mood with the smell of fresh cut flowers? Suddenly craving pie with the smell of baked apples and cinnamon wafting through the halls? Or feel like gagging after being blasted with exhaust from the bus?

It’s easy to see how our sense of smell impacts our feelings. The sense of smell is incredibly powerful. Your body can distinguish about 10,000 different scents. And Aromatherapy isn’t just about appealing smells; it also offers many health benefits including the following:

  • Relaxation and stress relief
  • Mood enhancement, balance and well being
  • Relief of minor discomforts
  • Boosting the immune, respiratory and circulatory systems

Choose from one of the senses we have available:

The freshness and the openness of the Eucalyptus essential oil will refresh the air. Leaving your home with the feeling of open space. This age old remedy has been used for medicinal purposes, cleaning agent to cleaning sticky grime and even removing adhesive glue. Now there is a vast amount of research that indicates that it is capable of killing dust mites, the number one cause of allergies.

Lavender is often known as the most useful and versatile essential oil for its many therapeutic and healing properties. Aside from its pleasant aroma, it can be used to sooth headaches, help relax and provide a restful night of sleep, and also for cleaning and antiseptic purposes.

Lemon has been historically recognized as a cleanser. It is recognized as being antiseptic, and as having refreshing and cooling properties. Research has also shown lemon essential oil to enhance the ability to concentrate.

A wonderful herbaceous fragrant that is anti-bacterial and anti-fungal. This is an oil to use when air is infested with mildew and infections relating to respiratory tract. It is also used as an insecticide. Rosemary is a great as a spray mist in cabinets, drawers, bathrooms, bathtubs, garbage cans and other areas in the home that may accumulate mildew or fungus.