Thursday, 27 February 2014

REVIEW: Galaxies of Fragrant Oils from Galaxy Aromatherapy

AROMATHERAPY is the use of oils from plants and flowers to assist in healing and alleviating symptoms, physically, emotionally and psychologically.  The term aromatherapy was not used until the 20th Century, however the use of oils for medicinal purposes has been documented throughout history, dating back to Ancient Egypt, Rome, Greece, and China.

Essential oils are expensive, you want to use good quality oils, and this will cost you. You also need to know how to blend them, what oils work together, what must never be used together, what must not be used for certain conditions, and the quantities to use.

Want the easy way out?
Then visit Galaxy Aromatherapy.
(c) Galaxy Aromatherapy
Galaxy Aromatherapy, also on facebook, is run by a qualified practising Aromatherapist originally from New Zealand. She runs a small business in Melbourne where she sees her clients, and also sells oils, oil blends, cremes, soaps, sprays and candles from her website.

There are so many places to buy essential oils from these days, so why choose Galaxy Aromatherapy?

I choose to buy from Galaxy Aromatherapy because the store owner provides:

  • Quality customer service, all the time, every time, always 
  • Knowledgable, empathetic, intelligent advice and options provided
  • Essential oil blends that are affordable
  • Essential oil blends that do what they say they will
  • Reliable, trustworthy and responsible sales transactions
What are my go to faves from Galaxy Aromatherapy?

I travel a lot with work, I have a lowered immune system, and tend to catch any respiratory/sinus infection doing the rounds. I also find i get stuffy sinuses on planes, and in motel rooms.
So what will i NEVER travel without?

Containing peppermint, lavender true, cedar wood atlas, lemon, eucalyptus radiata, and manuka, this blend is ideal to travel with to keep sniffles at bay and sinuses clear.

So many ways to use this blend to keep sinuses clear, for example it can be used:
  • on a cotton bud in a perfume locket necklace
  • on a tissue/handkerchief
  • on your pillow
  • as a steam inhalation
  • diluted in a carrier as a chest/neck, sinuses rub
Or just 'sniffed' straight from the bottle!

[Do NOT use when pregnant as cedar wood and peppermint are both known to have an emmenagogue action.]

(c) Galaxy Aromatherapy
Galaxy Aromatherapy isn't just about the oils, she also sells soap. 

I use her Spearmint, Citrus and Green clay soap, and it keeps my skin clear from those nasty little pore clog creating bumps and infections that tend to haunt my face whenever i am stressed. So much nicer than using acne creams, this soap smells pleasant, has a light frothy suds, and is not overly drying on the skin. It really works to keep my skin fresh and clean, I really like this soap!

Recently I emailed her to ask about an oil blend specific to assist me cope with anxiety issues, she was as always courteous, knowledgable, and empathetic, steering me towards the best oil blend option for my needs.

She is passionate about Aromatherapy, and her energy and enthusiasm for this natural therapy shines through in all she does.

If you want to know more about Aromatherapy and how it may help you, or wish to purchase some oil blends or other essential oil based items, please contact her either on her facebook page or via her website.

Feel free to post a comment

CAUTION: please always read any warning labels on essential oil packaging, understand that although natural, these can work as medicines and need to be used appropriately, consult a practitioner  of aromatherapy if you have any queries.








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