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Aromatherapy at Wanders

We are so happy to partner with Aromatech, who uses only pure essential oils. Here is the link to the one we use, and they even have a room spray version if you'd like to take it home!

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Aromatherapy at Wanders

We are so happy to partner with Aromatech, who uses only pure essential oils. Here is the link to the one we use, and they even have a room spray version if you'd like to take it home!

White Tea & Thyme : https://aromatechscent.com/products/white-tea-thyme

Safety

Aromatech works closely with the International Fragrance Association (IFRA) to ensure the aromatherapy meets and exceed environmental and consumer safety standards. The 100% pure, sustainable, safe, and stable essential oils in aroma and perfume compositions to maximize sensory advantages. To assure comfort and safety, Aroma Oils are free from parabens, sulfates, glycols, petrochemicals, synthetic colors, and other additives and comply with all industry inhalation and diffusion rates. The blends include 100% pure, sustainable, safe, and stable essential oils. To assure your comfort and safety when diffusing at home, our Aroma Oils are free from parabens, sulfates, glycols, petrochemicals, synthetic colors, and other additives and comply with all industry inhalation and diffusion rates.

Benefits of White Tea & Thyme Essential Oil Aromatherapy

White tea and thyme essential oil aromatherapy can offer various benefits, both individually and when used in combination. Here are some potential advantages associated with each:

White Tea Aromatherapy:

White Tea History:

White tea is made from the youngest parts of the camellia sinensis plant—the buds and leaves—and is picked in a short window of time in the spring in China's northern Fujian province. Typically, the best time to harvest the leaves is between the middle of March and the beginning of April, on days when the weather is dry and clear. The only white tea that may be termed "white tea" is the kind that comes from the Fujian region, just like champagne. The silvery down that covers the leaves and unopened buds, known as "Hao," is the inspiration for the term "white tea."

Relaxation and Stress Reduction: The aroma of white tea is often associated with a soothing and calming effect. Inhaling the fragrance may help reduce stress and promote relaxation.

  1. Antioxidant Properties: White tea contains antioxidants that help neutralize free radicals in the body, potentially contributing to overall health and well-being.

  2. Improved Mood: Aromatherapy with white tea have been observed to have mood-enhancing effects, helping to lift spirits and create a positive atmosphere.

  3. Enhanced Focus and Concentration: Some people find that the scent of white tea helps improve mental clarity and concentration.

Thyme Essential Oil Aromatherapy:

History of Thyme:

As early as 2750 BC, Sumerian cuneiform inscriptions recommended drying and pulverizing thyme with pears, figs, and water as a poultice. Egyptians embalmed their corpses using Thyme, and Romans sprinkled it on their floors to discourage snakes. Benedictines used Thyme in their elixirs for its medicinal advantages. Thyme has long been used in chowders, stews, sauces, and stuffing. THYME has up to 400 kinds, including culinary thymes like lemon and attractive ones like creeping thyme. Though it grows worldwide, thyme loves dry, rocky soil. European countries including Hungary, Turkey, and Germany grow it commercially.

  1. Antibacterial and Antimicrobial Properties: Thyme essential oil is known for its antimicrobial and antibacterial properties. Diffusing thyme oil in the air may help purify the environment and reduce the risk of airborne infections.

  2. Respiratory Support: Thyme oil is often used to support respiratory health. Inhaling its aroma may help ease congestion and promote clear breathing.

  3. Energizing and Uplifting: Thyme oil has a stimulating and invigorating scent, which may help combat fatigue and boost energy levels.

  4. Mood Enhancement: The aroma of thyme essential oil may have mood-boosting effects, helping to alleviate feelings of stress and anxiety.

Combined Benefits:

  1. Immune System Support: The antimicrobial properties of thyme, combined with the antioxidant properties of white tea, may provide a synergistic effect that supports the immune system.

  2. Balanced Atmosphere: The combination of white tea and thyme essential oil aromatherapy can create a balanced and pleasant atmosphere, contributing to a sense of well-being.

  3. Aromatherapy Blend: Blending white tea and thyme essential oils can result in a unique and harmonious fragrance that offers a combination of the individual benefits of each oil.

Resources:

Gaia School of Herbalism

https://www.gaiaschoolofhealing.com/

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