Although aromatherapy is without a doubt enjoyable, new studies suggest it may not be medicinal. Whether you turn down the lights and massage yourself in lavender oil, or you meditate outside while taking in al the fresh air, these practices are definitely pleasant, and there is no actual evidence that it might be beneficial to your health.


Researchers have found that when it comes to calming hypertension, depression, anxiety, pain and symptoms of dementia, there is no actual existing evidence that aromatherapy does any good for you.

Although aromatherapists claim that specific oils have health benefits, this is more than wishful thinking.

Pregnant and breastfeeding women should consult their doctors before using essential oil treatment.