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Aromatherapy is without doubt one of the major complementary treatments to be practiced through nurses and different health and wellbeing care pros in medical institution, hospice, and group settings. Written by means of a nurse, this medical textual content highlights how aromatherapy can improve care and the function wellbeing and fitness care pros play in its perform. It examines key proof and concerns in aromatherapy perform, and applies those inside a number of contexts and stipulations, taking a gently holistic technique in facing the sufferer.
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Vera or L. ofﬁcinalis, although the correct name is L. angustifolia (Lawrence 1989). This plant also has several common names: English lavender, French lavender, and true lavender. Lavandula latifolia is sometimes called L. spica, and its common name is spike lavender or spike. Spike is completely different from spikenard (Nardostachys jatamansi), which is closely related to valerian and belongs to the family Valerianaceae. ” However, the two plants have very different therapeutic properties. L.