What Are Some Different Types Of Aromatherapy Candles?

What are some different types of aromatherapy candles? Learn about the different types of aromatherapy candles. I'll give you some of my top sellers. The bergamot scent is a big one. It has a citrus aroma....

I'll give you some of my top sellers. The bergamot scent is a big one. It has a citrus aroma. It's a very uplifting scent.

You can blend different fragrances together as well. This will give your candle a unique smell and healing power. Bergamot scented aromatherapy candles are often mixed with other fragrances and sold in the stores.

Bergamot comes from the peel of citrus fruit. It was used back in ancient times for its antiseptic properties. In the old times, people use to boil it and use the water as an antiseptic. It has a very uplifting citrus aroma. So when you use it in candles, it is a very uplifting happy kind of scent. It's invigorating. A popular blender with that is ginger. Bergamot ginger candles are big on the market. Ginger is stimulating, and it has a warm spicy aroma. When combined together, Bergamot and ginger gives off a spicy citrus smell.

Another very popular aromatherapy candle is camomile. This is one of my favorites. It's relaxing and soothing. Camomile has the very good ability to calm the mind and comfort your senses. You see all kinds of camomile teas out on the market right now. It gives you that warm fuzzy feeling inside.

Eucalyptus aromatherapy candles are very popular as well. It's good for sinus relief and for colds. It is just very cleansing and refreshing.

Another very popular one is lavender; that's one of the most popular ones in aromatherapy. Lavender has a multitude of uses, but mainly it's a natural anti-depressant. It's most widely known for relaxation and calming, and you see lavender in just about any kind of product. There are lotions with lavender. You can even buy tissues that are lavender scented. Lavender is used in many different products besides candles.

Peppermint is another one. It stimulates and invigorates. It is also supposed to settle your digestive system. This means that it helps control appetite.

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