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A visually attractive gift basket should be color coordinated and will project and promote an emotional sense of peacefulness. Pale colors like pink, mauve or aqua green are known to evoke a calming effect. An aromatherapy gift basket which has bath products in a coordinating color; such as bath salts, bubble bath, body scrubs, shampoos and conditioners will be appealing to both the visual and olfactory senses.
For an aromatherapy gift basket, considering lemon oil is also wise, as it serves as an anti-stress agent. Tea tree oil and thyme oil can also be a part of the gift too. Tea tree oil is used externally as an anti - fungal, antiviral, antimicrobial, anti - parasitic, and antiseptic. Include Geranium oil, as it is an astringent, antiseptic, and a diuretic.
Adding candles to the basket in a fragrance and color that matches the bath products will not only add to the visual appeal of it but will also enhance the overall effect of relaxation for the recipient when all the items are used in combination. Other products that could be included are body lotions, drawer liners, potpourri, a bath pillow, a bottle of wine, a wine glass filled with chocolates, specialty facial masks, slippers and other such items that can aid relaxation and rejuvenate the recipient.
The use of essential oils in the treatment makes it a unique way of curing physical as well as mental ailments, like, stress, depression, anxiety, etc. It is essential to know that aromatherapy is a generic term applied commonly to traditions that use essential oils, either alone or in combination with alternative medical practices. The therapy is also associated with spiritual beliefs. Not all medical treatment methods involving the use of such scents are included in the term 'aromatherapy'.
Author Jen O’Sullivan is well-regarded in the aromatherapy world for her online education group called The Human Body and Essential Oils. In this easy to understand reference guide, she details the French Aromatherapy method, a holistic approach that includes external and internal body usage as well as scents. This book contains 300 clear recipes to turn you into an aromatherapy goddess.