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How Aromatherapy Can Change Your Life
     

How Aromatherapy Can Change Your Life

by My App Builder
 
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You may have heard of Aromatherapy but you probably have no idea what it is or how it can change your life. Perhaps you’ve seen ads for aromatherapy massage or even purchased what you thought were aromatherapy candles in the store. Most likely, you don’t understand much about aromatherapy or the wonderful

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Here are few paragraphs from the book,

You may have heard of Aromatherapy but you probably have no idea what it is or how it can change your life. Perhaps you’ve seen ads for aromatherapy massage or even purchased what you thought were aromatherapy candles in the store. Most likely, you don’t understand much about aromatherapy or the wonderful healing powers possessed by true aromatherapy.

Aromatherapy is an ancient Eastern art that has been practiced for thousands of years. Although it is hardly anything “new” it sometimes takes a little bit of time for people in the West to discover such things such as natural healing, especially when it is not in the best interest of the very powerful medical and pharmaceutical communities.

Those of us who live in the West have an entirely different mindset than those in the East. In the West, when someone gets ill, they go to the doctor who more often than not, prescribes medication to treat or cure the ailment. The medication is produced in a laboratory and contains synthetic chemicals. Pharmaceuticals are big business and doctors are often courted by sales people from the companies to prescribe their product.

Go to a doctor in the West for a bit of anxiety and they will prescribe anti depressants such as Zoloft. Chances are your doctor will have a prescription pad in his or her hand when they walk into the room. Zoloft is among the many different anti depressant medications that are relatively new on the market and lumped under SSRIs. The long term side effects of these drugs are not known, although they will most likely cause liver damage after long usage.

No doctor it the West will prescribe any alternative treatment, such as aromatherapy. Some might tell you to exercise and take vitamins to combat anxiety, but most won’t even do that. The medical community dances on the strings held by the pharmaceutical companies and the name of the game in pharmaceuticals is to give people synthetic drugs that are addictive and costly so that they can make money.

One hundred years ago, heroin was used as a cough medicine for children. Cocaine was put into Coca Cola and arsenic was considered “good for the complexion.” Perhaps, one hundred years from now, our descendants will be talking about how people were prescribed lethal substances to “cure” them from various ailments.

Aromatherapy is not a “new drug” just off the market. Aromatherapy is all natural. It consists of using essential oils in various ways to promote healing. Essential oils are derived from all natural products such as plants, trees, fruit, etc. There are over 100 essential oils commonly used today and they are used to treat a variety of different maladies, just as they have been for thousands of years.

Bunk? Most doctors will tell you that aromatherapy is a crock, even though the essential oils have been used for such a long time and have been imitated in synthetic products produced by laboratories. It is not in the best interest of the medical community for you to stay healthy. They want you to keep coming back to get those pills for minor ailments.

The pharmaceutical companies are very powerful in the West. They fear aromatherapy and will denounce it. They would rather have you buy their chemicals for $2 a pill than use something from nature that costs hardly anything at all.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012472861
Publisher:
MyAppBuilder.com
Publication date:
05/16/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
61 KB

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