How Can I Use Incense for Aromatherapy?

At Secret of Essence, we provide a wide range of incense scents to suit your every need and preference. But are there specific scents you should be looking for to yield different results? Aromatherapy would suggest yes. Certain scents are associated with certain emotions; they can lift your mood, alleviate your stress, or energize you for the day. What kinds of incense fragrances should you be looking for? Here’s a quick little guide on the uses of incense in aromatherapy.

Looking to leave your past in the past? Some scents help you to say goodbye to old stressors and emotions and open you up to new experiences. Look for incense that incorporates sandalwood, geranium, patchouli, or cypress for this purpose; deep, earthy scents top the charts in getting you rejuvenated.

Feeling upset, lonely, or depressed? Some say that strong scents like sage, chamomile, jasmine, and citrus scents like orange and lemon can help lift your spirits and banish those feelings.

Need to get focused for a job interview, a big meeting, or an important test? Some aromatherapeutic scents deal specifically with getting you energized and getting your mind ready for anything. Peppermint is a great one for mental clarity, as is cinnamon for a serious energy boost.

Want to unwind after a tough day? Nothing beats the calming power of lavender; an incense that features this scent would be perfect to help calm your nerves and encourage relaxation.

Whether you want to take advantage of the benefits of aromatherapy for yourself or you’re looking to make your home a welcoming environment for guests, consider the different effects of scents and look for incense that features them. Either way, you’re sure to bring about happiness and clarity with the power of aromatherapy.

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Source:
http://www.livestrong.com/article/93762-scents-helping-relaxation-depression/
http://www.livestrong.com/article/164591-aromatherapy-scent-meanings/
http://www.livestrong.com/article/89773-list-essential-oils-uses/

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