Our sense of smell is the most powerful compared with the others. We associate certain smells to things we enjoy and to those we don’t. The primary response individuals have towards agreeable smells has been studied by researchers in the area of Alternative Medicine. Alternative Medicine utilizes beyond-the-conventional procedures to cure several diseases among individuals. This science has the benefit of having less or no side effects during the treatment of an individual as there are any applications of medication.

About Aromatherapy and Hydrotherapy

Alternative Medicine has developed treatments to just about all ailments based on simple and surprising substances. Who might have believed that merely smelling a scent can heal us of our illness? This branch of Alternative medication is known as Aroma Therapy. Just as odd as this, is the Hydrotherapy. Yes, as its name implies, Hydrotherapy utilizes water to rid the body of undesired agents and disease causing germs.

Both Aromatherapy and Hydrotherapy are techniques based on Mind-Body Intervention methods. Both of these are extremely effective in what they do. Not many people know much about those two relatively recently developed techniques. A description in short is provided here to make you acquainted with them:


Aromatherapy uses volatile plant substances, known as essential oils, with the intention of changing a person’s disposition, or health. Essential oils, the pure essence of a plant, have the caliber to supply both physical & emotional benefits when used properly. Essential oils are highly concentrated and shouldn’t be used directly. They are mixed together to create a’synergy’.

In addition to essential oils, aromatherapy also utilizes other organic ingredients such as cold pressed vegetable oils, herbs, milk powders, sea salts, clays and mud. Aromatherapy could be carried out in two manners: By direct inhalation of the aroma or from topical application in the kind of baths, massages, compresses etc.

Inhaling directly is the best manner as it effectively alleviates the body of respiratory tract issues. It affects the nervous system because the odor triggers a response in the brain which causes alleviating psychological moods. Topical programs are placed on the skin and are absorbed into the blood.

Massage blends constitute of aromatic oils that help reduce muscular aches, pains and migraines. Having an aromatic bath will accelerate healing of skin infections; decrease stress levels and increase blood flow and flow. Using compresses to use aromatic salts into the body will also benefit the affected region. This method is used to treat muscular aches, varicose veins, sprains, menstrual cramps and respiratory congestion.


We are made of 80% water and according to this fact studies have shown that water can be efficiently utilised to cure the human body off many ailments.

As drinking water is a universal solvent so that it helps significantly from the elimination of waste products that gets collected in the human body under certain conditions causing certain injury.

Hydrotherapy is used as physiotherapy for treating individuals having grave injuries and muscle wastage. Hydrotherapy can also be used for people experiencing joint problems or severe physical disabilities.

Hydrotherapy may be utilised in a variety of ways in bathrooms like warm, cold, neutral, sitz, sauna baths etc. While cold baths improves blood circulation to tissues and decrease swelling, steam baths are successful in opening pores on the skin and rejuvenate the body.

Sitz bathrooms are used for treatment of skin and for disorders affecting genital and urinary organs. Sprays can be given for a range of ailments and a neutral bath is ideal for relaxing and having a sedative effect because it is of the similar temperature as the human body and this has a healing influence on the nervous system and the hormonal system.


Hydrotherapy and Aromatherapy are both very powerful and have absolutely no side effects in their usage. With little practice both techniques could be performed