About The Products

MartiScrub ® offers a premium array of holistic aromatherapy products for a wide range of health concerns (e.g. restlessness, stress, wakefulness, hormonal imbalance, digestive issues, respiratory struggles, muscular and joint pain), emotional healing, skin care, and animal care. The products are formulated with mainly plant-based ingredients, sourced from trusted organic suppliers supporting ethical harvesting. To guarantee 100% authenticity of their chemical profiles, only high quality essential oils that have been GC/MS tested are used. All products are handmade with love in small batches to ensure freshness and potency.

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What is Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is the art and science of using naturally extracted aromatic essences from plant matter, such as stems, branches, fruit, seeds, roots, barks, needles, leaves etc. to balance, harmonize and promote body, mind & spirit. Essential oils provide therapeutic properties such as antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal, pain and stress relief. Because of their complexity, essential oils do not disturb the body’s natural balance (homeostasis), but work towards restoring and maintaining it. A holistic aromatherapeutic approach focuses on the development of well-being and enjoyment of life in a system of self-responsibility.

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"Aroma is one of man’s greatest enjoyments, bringing back memories and creating feelings of security, grounding and well-being. Clinical research has shown that therapeutic essential oils have the highest frequency of any natural substance known to man, thereby creating an environment in which disease, bacteria, fungus, virus etc. cannot live, so therewith act as a healing agent for various diseases. The limbic system (composed of structures in the brain that deal with emotions, as well as memories) seems to be a great opportunity for a meeting place between Western and Eastern philosophies. Traditional Western thought insists that the intellect and emotions are separate, and that the physical body is mechanistic and not necessarily connected emotionally. Eastern philosophies insist that our minds and emotions actually have a great deal of influence over our physical bodies. So regardless of one’s philosophy, the fact remains that olfaction has a direct connection to the limbic system."