What is Clinical Aromatherapy?

Clinical Aromatherapy is a holistic healing technique that promotes health and well-being by using natural plant extracts. It’s also known as “essential oil therapy”. Aromatherapy uses aromatic essential oils to enhance physical, mental, and spiritual well-being in ancient traditional medicinal practices. It’s good for your physical and mental wellness. Clinical Aromatherapy has recently gained popularity in the scientific and medical communities. It is a complementary therapy that can support various body systems, pain management, skin discomfort, respiratory discomfort, stress, sleeplessness, and overall well-being. Although the word “aroma” suggests that the oils are inhaled, they can also be massaged into the skin or ingested under the guidance of a trained clinical aromatherapist with essential oils certified for oral use. Essential oils, whether inhaled or applied to the skin, are gaining popularity as an alternative therapy for skin discomfort, respiratory discomfort, stress, hormonal imbalance, and other health complaints.

Aromatherapy is traditionally renowned for providing therapeutic effects through the sense of scent. Many people mistake aromatherapy massage for a massage with a “good calming fragrance.” Aromatherapy, particularly clinical aromatherapy, is much more than that. The sense of smell (sensory) has a significant impact on our health and well-being, and essential oils have several qualities that allow them to function in biological, mental, emotional, and spiritual systems.

Clinical aromatherapy dates back centuries, with the ancient Greeks and Egyptians employing techniques to combine aromatic plant extracts as remedies for various health complaints. It is the use of plant-based essential oils in treatment plans by a trained aromatherapist. These essential oil therapies may include topical or olfactory (smell) applications to help the patient or customer recover from a variety of health complaints, including physical and mental health challenges.

A professional aromatherapist will use inhalation, massage with aromatic oil-infused lotions, and the use of aromatic oils in a diffuser or nebuliser to provide essential oil therapy for olfaction therapy treatments.  A Certified Clinical Aromatherapist will create a unique therapy plan for each patient’s health complaint, which may include sleep problems, stress, pain management, skin discomfort, respiratory discomfort, hormonal imbalance, or other inflammatory disorders (among others). Aromatherapy is commonly used in therapeutic settings like hospitals and hospices, where patients are better equipped to explore a holistic approach to reduce the stress and discomforts when recovering from a long-term disease, or chronic or idiosyncratic conditions.

The Power of Aromatherapy

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Why is Clinical Aromatherapy So Powerful?

Well, that’s because it works with our limbic system. Aromatherapy has a very powerful influence. Did you know that this area of the brain is responsible for emotions, memories, and stimulation, as well as hormone responses? The olfactory system allows essential oils to enter through the blood-brain barrier. Essential oils can change our brain chemistry by activating memories, thoughts, and feelings when inhaled.

Our nose is 10,000 times more sensitive than the rest of our senses. It triggers a cascade of physical and emotional reactions, both physically and emotionally, before we even register the perfume in our conscious brain: from endorphins that raise our mood to our central nervous system relaxing.

Aromatherapy’s true strength lies in the fact that it has a comprehensive influence on our health, restoring harmony to our mind, body, and spirit.

How can you include aromatherapy into your home?

In order to use the essential oils effectively, you must either inhale them directly, diffuse them or apply them topically. Nebulizers, diffusers, and steam inhalation via water baths can allow the essential oils to evaporate into the air. You can perform this as often as you wish at home. The more you use aromatherapy, the more you will notice the benefits – it benefits your family members too!

What is the purpose of Clinical Aromatherapy?

Clinical Aromatherapy is used to treat a variety of conditions in a variety of settings, from holistic centers to hospitals. It appears to relieve pain, improve mood, and promote relaxation in general. In fact, lavender, rose, orange, bergamot, lemon, sandalwood, and other essential oils have been shown to alleviate stress, and promote feelings of joy.

Several clinical studies suggest that when qualified midwives used essential oils (particularly rose, lavender, and frankincense), pregnant women felt less anxiety and fear, had a stronger sense of wellbeing, and required fewer pain medications during delivery. Preliminary research indicates that aromatherapy may also be an effective treatment for nausea.

People suffering from depression may benefit from essential oil massage therapy (in conjunction with medications or therapy). Some believe that the scents stimulate positive emotions in the brain area responsible for memories and emotions. However, the benefits appear to be related to the relaxation caused by the scents and massage. The belief that the treatment will help influences whether or not it works.

What happens during a session of Clinical Aromatherapy?

During an aromatherapy session, the practitioner will inquire about your medical history, symptoms, and favorite scents. You may be instructed to inhale essential oils directly from your palms or a nebulizer, or indirectly via steam inhalation or a diffuser. During an aromatherapy massage session, the practitioner may also apply diluted essential oils to your skin. In most cases, the practitioner will instruct you on how to use aromatherapy at home, such as by adding essential oils to your bath or using a custom blend via inhalation, topical application or ingestion (only for essential oils certified for oral use).

Should Clinical Aromatherapy be avoided?

  • Pregnant women, people with severe asthma, high/low blood pressure, people who have a medical history and people receiving medical care for any illness should only use essential oils under the supervision of a trained professional aromatherapist and with their doctors’ approval.

Applied Metaphysics is approved as a school of NAHA aromatherapy courses by the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA) for Level I, II and III in Aromatherapy courses leading to an internationally recognised essential oil certification. We create a high standard of education that we expect to be taught. We teach aromatherapy science as well as anatomy and physiology to help students understand how different body systems work holistically and scientifically together to offer safe and effective holistic health that can be used at home or developed into a business opportunity. Our Clinical Aromatherapy Certification is used in a wide range of essential oil courses, aromatherapy classes, retreats, workshops, and presentations in Singapore and throughout the world, guaranteeing that Applied Metaphysics members are always expanding their depth and breadth of knowledge.

A clinical aromatherapist is a trained expert who may produce personalized blends of aromatic essential oils to alleviate mental, emotional and physical challenges within specific boundaries.

Contact us to learn more about our Clinical Aromatherapy Training.

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What are essential oils?

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Essential oils are concentrated plant extracts of plant roots, leaves, seeds, or flowers. Each has its own blend of active ingredients, which determines how the oil is used. Some essential oils can help with physical healing. To treat swelling or fungal infections, for example. Others are used for their emotional value, such as improving relaxation or making a room smell nice. For example, lavender essential oil includes a high concentration of a relaxing active component whereas tea tree essential oil is active in its antimicrobial property.

The Application of Essential Oil

Essential oils (also known as aromatic or plant-based oils) are liquid extracts derived from flower petals, branches, leaves, rind of citrus fruits, and herbs extracted using various methods, including cold-pressing, steam distillation or absolute extraction. The oils have a wide range of qualities and health advantages, but all essential oils are thought to have some healing and therapeutic capabilities, which means they can be utilized for several purposes in aromatherapy treatments.

A Trained Clinical Aromatherapist is an expert in over 70 essential oils and multiple application techniques. A trained clinical aromatherapist will utilize well-sourced, ethical, unadulterated essential oils that they will blend to accomplish the desired result – which might be anything from relieving anxiety and sadness to treating inflammation, or something as simple as increasing energy levels.

There are thousands of essential oils, which are pure extracts of aromatic plants. Cold-press, steam distillation, and solvent extraction can all be used to extract them.

Depending on their chemistry, essential oils have been demonstrated to provide a wide range of therapeutic advantages. To mention a few, they may be analgesic, calming, antiseptic, antifungal, decongestant, antidepressant, antiviral, antibacterial, expectorant, stimulating, relaxing, and anti-inflammatory.

A Certified Clinical Aromatherapist has thoroughly researched the effects, chemistry, and contraindications of at least 70 essential oils and will continue to explore additional essential oils that may be useful.

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