Aromatherapy Massage & Essential Oils

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At FNQ Health Co. we see lots of people who suffer with Stress, body stiffness or tightness, Headaches,Sleep disorders.This Aromatherapy Massage is  incredible  and lots of benefits on your body.

What Is Aromatherapy?


Aromatherapy is the practice of using essential oils for therapeutic benefit. Aromatherapy has been used for centuries. When inhaled, the scent molecules in essential oils travel from the olfactory nerves directly to the brain and especially impact the amygdala, the emotional center of the brain.


Essential oils can also be absorbed by the skin. A massage therapist might add a drop or two of wintergreen to oil to help relax tight muscles during a rubdown. A  skincare company may add lavender to bath salts to create a soothing soak. 

What Are Essential Oils?


Essential oils are basically plant extracts. They’re made by steaming or pressing various parts of a plant (flowers, bark, leaves or fruit) to capture the compounds that produce fragrance. In addition to creating scent, essential oils perform other functions in plants, too.


Inhalation: the oils evaporate into the air using a diffuser container, spray, or oil droplets, or breathed in, for example, in a steam bath.Apart from providing a pleasant smell, aromatherapy oils can provide respiratory disinfection, decongestant, and psychological benefits.

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Health benefits of Aromatherapy massage 

  • improve digestion
  • reduce stress, agitation, and anxiety
  • treat headaches and migraines
  • soothe sore joints
  • alleviate side effects of chemotherapy
  • manage pain
  • fight bacteria, virus, or fungus
  • boost immunity
  • improve sleep quality

Health benefits of essential oils


  • Boost mood.
  • Improve job performance through reduced stress and increased attentiveness.
  • Improve sleep.
  • Kill bacteria, funguses and viruses.
  • Reduce anxiety and pain.
  • Reduce inflammation.
  • Reduce nausea.
  • Relieve headaches.
Essential oils are never applied directly to the skin. They must always be diluted with a carrier oil. Usually, a few drops of essential oil to an ounce of carrier oil is the concentration. Most common carrier oils are:   
-sweet almond oil    -jojoba oil    -Grape seed oil

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Essential oil and function  


  1. Lavender Essential Oil

Calming, relaxing, nurtures creativity, promotes well-being, balancing to body and mind, promotes sleep


  1. Sweet orange Essential Oil

Antimicrobial activity, Anxiety and depression, Aromatherapy with orange essential oil appears to reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Pain relief.


  1. Peppermint Essential Oil

Invigorating, cooling, pain-reducing, improves mental performance


  1. Clary Sage Essential Oil

Hormonal balancing, calming mood swings


   5. Ylang Ylang Essential Oil

the skin to promote relaxation, kill bacteria, lower blood pressure, and increase sexual desire.


  1. Frankincense Essential Oil

Improves concentration, eases irritability and impatience, emotional balancing, enhances spiritual awareness and meditation


  1. Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Respiratory support, analgesic effects, cooling properties


  1. Grapefruit Essential Oil

Balancing, uplifting, eases anxiety, fatigue-reducing, appetite suppressant


  1. Black pepper Essential Oil

Gives relief from spasms and cramps, Good for digestive system, Gives relief

from arthritis and rheumatism, Relieves sinusitis and nasal congestion. Gives relief from gas problems. Aids weight loss, Diuretic. Helps cure vitiligo.


Caution when using essential oils

Since essential oils cause reactions in the body, not all the oils will benefit everyone. Chemical compounds in essential oils can produce adverse effects when combined with medications. They may reduce the effectiveness of conventional drugs, or they may exacerbate health conditions in the individual.

Each essential oil has its own chemical makeup and reason for use, so it is important to speak with a trained aromatherapist, nurse, doctor, physical therapist, massage therapist or pharmacist before applying or using an oil for healing purposes.


Individuals with any of the following conditions should be extra careful when using aromatherapy:


  • An allergy, or allergies
  • Hay fever, a type of allergy
  • Asthma
  • Skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis


People with the following conditions must be extremely cautious:


  • Epilepsy
  • Hypertension, or high blood pressure