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Sleeping Problems and some Natural and Aromatic Approaches Posted by DR. MALTE HOZZEL on MAY 28, 2020 Source:

Sleeplessness or insomnia is a major problem in our modern, stressful society. Millions and millions of people all over the world suffer from it. Our hectic life style in a modern society with constant demands for better and faster performances, the global media connectedness, disharmonious day and night rythms in general etc. have also left […]

Bergamot against winter depression: Sparkling with joy Posted by OSHADHI.LIFE on DECEMBER 16, 2016 – Source:

Bergamot essential oil, as a Citrus oil, is a magician of the Sun. Its fragrant beauty is created by a rare and harmonious balance of diverse odor compounds resulting in an experience combining fruity-sweet notes with a lively freshness. It is a choice oil for adding happiness and enthusiasm to our life. Just breathing in […]

Rose – Making A Myth Our Fragrant Reality Posted by DR. MALTE HOZZEL on APRIL 14, 2020

Mankind has given to the Rose the name ‘Queen of the Flowers’ – and this is certainly not a misnomer… Rose, this wonderful floral being has always – and particularly since the beginning of historical writing – held a particular fascination in the awareness of mankind. It inspired men of so many cultures to create […]

Nature’s Defence Agencies – Thoughts on Anti-Microbial Effects of Essential Oils Posted by DR. MALTE HOZZEL on JANUARY 31, 2020

The newly discovered corona-virus epidemics in China – even though largely exaggerated in its challenge by the usual media coverage – has drawn the attention of numerous persons from the “community” of natural medicine and Aromatherapy. The point is that – again and again – we are facing threats of individual and collective health and, […]

Ginger – An Ancient Universal Healer Posted by DR. MALTE HOZZEL on APRIL 11, 2020

The name Ginger stems from the Sanskrit word “shringan” meaning “horn of a dear”. It refers to the special form of the Ginger rhizomes which have been used in Asian cooking and medicine over thousands of years. Ginger has abundantly been used since old in the Ayurvedic kitchen of India. Confuzius has already praised the virtues […]