Aromatherapy: Digging Deeper

Aromatherapy, at its core, is a method of treating what ails the body with aromatic plant compounds. This can include essential oils, terpenes, or similar products. But how does it work? What benefits does aromatherapy provide to its patients? We have the answers at True Terpenes, so read on to learn more.


When most people think of aromatherapy, essential oils come to mind. However, these oils are not the only way to reap the benefits of aromatherapy. For those who want a purer scent and experience, terpenes may be just what they are looking for. These oils are extracted from plants and used for our benefit. Both essential oils and terpenes have been known to have degrees of help for seasonal problems that can reduce your energy. Aromatherapy applications can include topical products, inhalation, and even massage!

Using Aromatherapy

Most people choose to either inhale their terpenes or apply them topically. If you are choosing to inhale them, then you can use a diffuser, a spray, oil droplets, or a steam bath. Not only does this create a pleasant smell, but these oils can even help with your spirits and unwinding. The overall effect is a pleasant balance!

With topical application, the terpenes or essential oils are mixed in with an oil or other care product that is absorbed through the skin. By massaging this area, you can increase circulation and possibly even assist with the absorption. However, everything should always be diluted before being applied directly to the skin. Keep this in mind to stay safe and healthy!

Benefits of Aromatherapy

So how can using terpenes and other scented oils help you? Keep in mind that it is not a cure for disease or skin ailments of any kind; however, it can boost your mood and assist with other minor issues.

Doing a little bit of research before choosing your terpene can help you pick one that is most likely to help you.


Aromatherapy is not the best option for everyone, particularly if they don’t know how to use the oils and terpenes properly. For example, not diluting the product ahead of time can lead to some serious health issues, as our bodies have a hard time processing these chemicals in high concentrations.

Also, some people have allergies. Keep your allergies in mind, and be sure to test your products before you use them as normal. If you have an allergic reaction, then cease use! Some parts of the world treat aromatherapy as a prescribed method of healing, meaning that not everyone can access these oils. Treat them with care and always follow preparation ingredients fully.

True Terpenes

We hope you consider terpenes to heighten your experience! We proudly offer a scent experience like none other. Experience the benefits of safe terpenes with True Terpenes! Each of our products is FDA approved, non-GMO, and organic! That means that you can believe that you’re getting nothing but the best each and every time you shop with us. We look forward to working with you. Whether you want one bottle of your favorite terpene or you want an entire case for wholesale, we are the team to contact. Reach out now to get started.

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