| Two bottles of essential oils, 1994.
Two essential oils used in aromatherapy, on the left, Lavender, on the right Eucalyptus. From Neal's Yard Remedies, London. Aromatherapy is an holistic medicine used as both a preventative measure to maintain well-being and as an active treatment during illness. Essential oils (highly concentrated aromatic extracts) which are distilled from a variety of natural materials including leaves, flowers fruit and wood are used in a number of ways including massage, baths and inhalation, to balance, harmonise and promote the health of body, mind and spirit.
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