Aromatherapy & Cancer
Sporting a cute, fun aromatherapy pendant necklace with the right essential oils may increase your overall well-being and recovery.
Aromatherapy is the use of Essential Oils to alter moods, improve health, healing and bolster the immune system.
Scents from the Oils impact healing in a couple of ways: by absorbing into the blood stream and sending messages/scent receptors through the olfactory system to the brain to empower the body’s emotional and physical responses to heal.
Wearing an Aromatherapy pendant allows the Essential Oils to be directly inhaled through the nose by means of the pendant’s cork diffuser. The pendant carries the complementary Essential Oil or blend, so when you need it most, it’s there with you.
Clinical trials (source: American Cancer Society) suggest certain essential oils may reduce stress, anxiety, pain, muscle tension, depression, nausea and anxiety. Research shows that some Oils can help prevent the loss of white blood cells during chemotherapy (source: Dr. Robert Tisserand). Common Essential Oils for Cancer recovery include lavender, chamomile, frankincense, orange, ravensara, sandalwood, thyme. Certain Oils should be avoided during chemo, as they may be too strong and actually cause nausea.
About Beth Garver Beha
Beth and her 10-year-old daughter Tabetha (Tabs) co-founded their business Aromatherapy (and Essential Oils) by Tabs in January 2014 (http://aromatherapybytabs.blogspot.com; facebook-essential oils by tabs). They sell and design aromatherapy pendant necklaces and create custom essential oil products. Beth’s sisters are both cancer survivors: breast and cervical. Beth is vegan, Tabs is vegetarian. Beth and Tabetha both run, swim and cycle. Aromatherapy by Tabs donates a portion of its profits to Relay for Life and animal causes.
To learn more, visit us at aromatherapybytabs.blogspot.com or e-mail Beth at email@example.com.
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