Aromatherapy is the use of aromatic plant (and oils) for the purpose of altering one's mood, cognitive, psychological or physical wellbeing. Different aromas and chemical constituents of the plants pass through the air and nose can produce different emotional and physiological reactions.
Many people who are drinking Du’s tea for high blood pressure are familiar with the tea’s calming effect.
However, many of them didn’t know that the produce of this calming effect started before they drink the tea, when the unique aroma rising from their tea cup, passing through the air and nose. This is actually part of a purposely designed aromatherapy set to help relaxes the autonomic nervous system, lessens stress and reduces depression.
It is recommended to relax and enjoy the aroma for 10-15 minutes to have this aromatherapy fully conducted. To do so, put your nose near a cup of freshly prepared Du’s tea, take deep breath and relax, enjoy that unique aroma until the tea is cooling to the normal warm tea temperature.
Conducting aromatherapy by using Du’s tea may help achieve the best results for people suffering from high blood pressure and insomnia. In the other way, some aromas should be avoided. They include: Hyssop (it contains pinocamphone), Rosemary (is very stimulating), Sage (it contains thujone) and Thyme (it is hypertensive - increase blood pressure).
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