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3 Simple Ways To Use Himalayan Salt In Aromatic Therapies

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Why Himalayan Salt? Himalayan salt has been found to contain a multitude of therapeutic benefits that support our bodies physically, emotionally, and medicinally. Today, the majority of Himalayan salt is mined in the foothills of the Salt Range system located in Punjab, Pakistan, less than 200 miles from the actual Himalayan mountains (1). Although similar in…

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Aromatherapy As An Adjunct Therapy For Sexual Assault and Rape Victims

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Every 98 seconds, someone in the United States experiences sexual assault. (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network, 2018).  This daunting statistic leaves many feeling overwhelmed and helpless in how to effectively help victims.  This paper will discuss how aromatherapy professionals are equipped with tools that when combined with other healing modalities can help victims progress…

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Understanding Sleep and How to Improve It

Sleep is critical to good health. According to the National Center of Disease control one out of three people do not get enough sleep, other sources state that this number is much higher. Research is showing that lack of sleep can lead to an increase in weight gain, diabetes, cancer, reduced immune function, hormone imbalance,…

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Insomnia: Facing The Challenge Naturally

Our overall quality of life is directly affected by the quality of our sleep cycle. The inability to achieve a consistent deep sleep cycle is known as insomnia. Insomnia can reek havoc on our mood, causing mental exhaustion, brain fog, irritability, poor work productivity, a decline in athletic performance and recovery, as well as our…

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Holistic Phyto-Aromatherapy to Support Lyme Disease

What is Lyme Disease? Lyme disease is a multi-faceted, bacterial infection caused by the spirochete bacterium, Borrelia burgdorferi. The infection is transmitted from the bite of an infected, small, black-legged tick, known as Ixodes or Deer Tick. The infected tick must be attached for a period of 1-2 days, allowing the bacteria to spread throughout…

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