Scalp massage will help you relax. You can give yourself a head massage or ask a friend or family member. Scalp massage can also be performed at spas, some hairdressers or masseurs in private practice. Some people use oils, such as olive or coconut oil, to massage their heads. This can also be done without oil for people who prefer not to dry out or need to go somewhere after a scalp massage.
Scalp massage can help relieve headaches. When performing a scalp massage for someone with a stretching headache, spend extra time on the base of the skull, next to the hair, because tension often builds up in this area. It can also help to include forehead and temples massage during massage to relieve tension headache. Massaging the scalp can help relieve the symptoms of migraine headaches in some people.
Increased circulation to the scalp
Scalp massage helps improve head and face circulation, according to the Hair Style website. Increased circulation at the roots of the hair can promote healthy hair growth. If oil is used to massage the scalp, it can also help get rid of dandruff. Using oil on the scalp can also help prevent new dandruff.
Those with insomnia can find relief from scalp massages, according to the How to Massage website. Many people sleep better when they have regular massages, with an improvement in both falling asleep and falling asleep. Conversely, a head massage can also help people with fatigue feel more energetic.
Incense for mind and spirit
Incense is considered by aromatherapists as a base note that classifies an oil that has a deeply penetrating and strong odor. When creating the mixture, it is used to fix other flavors and bind the mixture together, stabilize more volatile oils and extend the life of the mixture. It raises low self-esteem and soothes anxiety.
To use the oil in meditation, add four drops to the vaporizer. When you inhale the oil, it helps to slow down and deepen the breath, which, in turn, causes a sense of peace, restores balance and opens the mind, increases awareness and spiritual understanding. It is also believed that it helps relieve past injuries by helping someone cope with sadness in order to “let go” and come to an agreement.
Incense for the skin
Incense oil is known to improve skin tone, heal cuts and abrasions, and infect the skin. In combination with rose oil in a cream or in a carrier oil, it is extremely useful for treating dry skin or mature or wrinkled skin. It also helps reduce scarring. A good blend of oils for mature skin is four drops of frankincense mixed with two drops of pink ott and four drops of neroli in 30 ml of sweet almond oil. Every evening, gently massage a small amount of face to get the most benefit.
To heal the wound and encourage healing, mix four drops of frankincense with two drops of myrrh and four drops of manuka in 30 ml of sweet almond oil. This mixture especially helps fight any infection and dry out any wet or crying wounds, although caution should be exercised when applying it to an open wound.
Incense for the respiratory system
Frankincense, according to esoteric oils, "cleanses the lungs and helps with shortness of breath, asthma, bronchitis, laryngitis, cough and colds." To alleviate the symptoms of any of them, add eight drops to a warm bath or inhale four drops from a bowl of very hot water for ten minutes.
Incense is very useful during asthma attacks, as the patient may feel panicky and start breathing faster. The soothing effect of incense on breathing will help slow down and deepen breathing, thereby making it easier.
Like all essential oils, frankincense is not intended to be used as a substitute for medical care, but as a supplement to it.