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AllAboutAromatherapyMARY WILSONNUR3738 SECTION 2 MAY 3, 2020ReferencesAuthor: Victoria Slater. (2018, May 15). How andwhy to use essential oils. Retrieved fromKoithan, M., & Kreitzer, M. J. (2014). Integrativenursing. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Did You Know?Inhalation of essential oilscan help lower stresslevels.Additional ResourcesClinical Aromatherapy: Essential OIls inHealthcare by Jane Buckle, PhD, RNEvidence-Based Essential Oil Therapy: TheUltimate Guide to Theraputic and ClinicalApplication of Essential Oils by Dr. Scott A.Johnson These books are written by healthcareprofessionals that give clinicalprofessionals knowledge on how to useessential oils and aromatherapy with theirpatients.
Ginger and Peppermint: NauseaBergamot: Anxiety Chamomile: Cold, Fevers & NauseaClove: Dental Pain ReliefEucalyptus: Topical Pain Relief &Decongestant Lavender: Calming & Sleep SupportLemon: Household CleaningRosemary: Skin & Hair SupportEssential OilsSpecific Uses

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