Aromatherapy against nausea and vomiting

Aromatherapy against nausea and vomiting
Aromatherapy against nausea and vomiting

The purpose of aromatherapy essential oils will help to avoid the use of drugs for postoperative patients. The inhalation of essential oils greatly alleviate the nausea and vomiting that accompany patients during this difficult period when the patient is just getting away from anesthesia. The studies were published in the International Journal of Anaesthesiology. “Aromatherapy is a promising, inexpensive and non-invasive treatment for patients during the postoperative period,” said Dr. Ronald of the University of North Carolina.
The study involved 301 patients who complained of nausea and vomiting after surgery. Participants in the experiment were divided into four groups. The first received essential oil of ginger, the second group – a mixture of essential oils: ginger, mint, peppermint, cardamom. The mixture was applied to a gauze napkin. The third group received alcohol solution, the fourth group – saline.
Groups of patients who received ginger essential oil and an aromatherapy mixture complained of nausea and vomiting less than those who received a placebo. Alcohol and saline did not affect the decrease in these symptoms. It was noted that patients who were offered either ginger, or a mixture of essential oils, were less likely to be asked for drugs against nausea.
It also became clear that a higher result was shown by the group that received the aromatherapy mixture, rather than one ginger essential oil. 80% of patients who received the mixture noted improvement, compared with 70% of those who received only ginger oil. Compared with 40% and 50% of those who received saline or alcohol. The history of plant medicine shows that aromatherapy against nausea and vomiting was used long before the birth of traditional medical methods.
Nausea and vomiting, if the disorders affect the digestive system, can be overcome with a mixture of a teaspoon of any non-aromatic vegetable oil with 4 drops of peppermint and 1 drop of lemon oil, or a mixture of 2 drops of peppermint oil and 3 drops of ginger.
But travelers are trapped not only by the above symptoms. In the new place you will find a new composition of water and air, other food and new bacteria, viruses and pests.
So that the skin and hair do not “give” allergic reactions, rinse after showering or bathing and washing the head with water, for each liter of which 3 drops of rose-tree aroma are added.
To adapt to food, you need to take the oil internally, though this time fennel, four times a day, along with black bread, honey or jam.
In order not to become infected with unfamiliar bacteria that can cause diarrhea (and not only, of course), which is especially important in Asian and tropical countries, try to wash vegetables and fruits, as well as all the dishes you use, with water for every 2 liters taken for 2 drops of eucalyptus oil and tea tree, 4 drops of butter of thyme and lavender.

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