Posted on April 01, 2013 11:59
SALT LAKE CITY—March 25, 2013—
According to a recent study conducted in Korea, researchers found that aromatherapy may have positive effects on heart patients in the intensive care unit. The use of essential oil aromatherapy was shown to have a positive effect on reducing anxiety, increasing sleep, and stabilizing the blood pressure of patients undergoing cardiac stent insertion.*
Researchers at the Eulji University Hospital used a blend of aromatherapy essential oils, including lavender, Roman chamomile, and neroli. The study states that aromatherapy is easy to apply, fast-acting, and has no harmful side effects. Click here to read more about the study.**
Learn more about Young Living’s lavender
, Roman chamomile
, and neroli
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