Allopathy Meets Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy, a term coined by the French chemist René-Maurice Gattefosse in the 1930s, involves plant extracts of select essential oils such as lavender, chamomile and tea tree. These are massaged into the skin, put in baths or inhaled. Although aromatherapy, in the past, has claimed to help relieve stress-related problems such as anxiety, insomnia and even high blood pressure, it has always...

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