essential oil

Since ancient times for as long as stories can be remembered and talked about, the plant kingdom has had a vital significance in the various curriculum of life, including medicinal therapy, beauty enhancer, spiritual awakening, aromatherapy and many others. Plants are the most precious gift of nature to humankind. This is from where the role of natural and organic essential oils come into foreplay! But, what’s the history? Where does it come from? 

What is sold in air-tight bottles today was once upon a time naturally crushed for direct usage. So, the method has changed, but the essence still remains the same. After all, with time, style is altered, not the action! Let’s dig deep into the history and learn more about essential oils and how they paved the way for aromatherapy.

Essential oils were a common element right from 3000-2500 B.C. The Egyptians were the first ones to use essential oils for various life purposes like beauty, culinary, fragrance and others. 

Ayurvedic science in India has also been one of the earliest to implement essential oils in various ayurvedic recipes.

In the world of aromatherapy, essential oils have been nurtured in the most engaging manner claiming evidence of proven results.  

A brief history of essential oils in India

Ayurvedic science is the most dominant part of Indian culture. It has a chapter for everything from healing recipes and spiritual awakening to lifestyle habits. There isn’t an exact theory about how old the science is, but it has been practised for more than 5000 years and is still a relevant part of the Indian lifestyle to date. There must be something that paves the way for eternal significance. 

 The Vedas is the most sacred literature of Indian culture, and Ayurveda is a part of it. One very transparent use of essential oils in Indian science is aromatic massage. It has been recorded that 2000 years back, Indian historical doctors called Veds used to prescribe ginger, coriander, sandalwood, cinnamon, myrrh and spikenard to their patients. 

One of the most sacred plants of Indian Ayurveda is Basil. It is bestowed with love and devotion to signify mind and heart awakening. It is blessed with Vishnu and Krishna of the Indian deities strengthening compassion, clarity and restoration of faith.

Ayurvedic science is becoming a very prominent chapter in the western world as well. 

There is nothing the body naturally can’t heal, especially when natural remedies act as a catalyst! Aromatherapists worldwide have a very renowned name to cater to the process of aromatherapy.The founder of Aroma Souls, Gunjandeep Singh, is a leading aromatherapist of the present-day world. His belief and understanding of aromatic science and natural therapy make him the best sustainable essential oil supplier.