aromatherapeutic adj. aromatherapist n.
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Aromatherapy — Intervention A diffuser and a bottle of essential oil. MeSH … Wikipedia
aromatherapy — (n.) by 1992, from Fr. aromathérapie, attested from 1930s; see AROMA (Cf. aroma) + THERAPY (Cf. therapy) … Etymology dictionary
aromatherapy — ► NOUN ▪ the use of aromatic plant extracts and essential oils for healing and cosmetic purposes. DERIVATIVES aromatherapeutic adjective aromatherapist noun … English terms dictionary
aromatherapy — [ə rō΄mə ther′ə pē] n. the use of aromatic oils from herbs, flowers, etc. for their supposed therapeutic effects when applied to the skin, as in massage, or when the scent is inhaled … English World dictionary
Aromatherapy — A form of alternative medicine based on the use of very concentrated essential oils from the flowers, leaves, bark, branches, rind or roots of plants with purported healing properties. In aromatherapy these potent oils are mixed with a carrier… … Medical dictionary
aromatherapy — One of the most popular alternative therapies in Britain, aromatherapy is based on the use of essential oils, that is, those forming the odorous principles of plants. These are extracted and used to promote health and relaxation, to combat… … Encyclopedia of contemporary British culture
aromatherapy — noun Aromatherapy is used before these nouns: ↑candle, ↑oil … Collocations dictionary
aromatherapy — a|ro|ma|ther|a|py [ ə,rəumə θerəpi ] noun uncount a health treatment in which oils with a nice smell are rubbed into your skin to make you feel relaxed. Someone who is trained to do aromatherapy is called an aromatherapist … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
aromatherapy — [[t]əro͟ʊməθe̱rəpi[/t]] N UNCOUNT Aromatherapy is a type of treatment which involves massaging the body with special fragrant oils … English dictionary
aromatherapy — UK [əˌrəʊməˈθerəpɪ] / US [əˌroʊməˈθerəpɪ] noun [uncountable] a health treatment in which oils with a nice smell are rubbed into your skin to make you feel relaxed. Someone who is trained to do aromatherapy is called an aromatherapist … English dictionary
aromatherapy — noun Etymology: French aromathérapie, from Latin aroma + French thérapie therapy Date: 1949 massage of the body and especially of the face with a preparation of fragrant essential oils extracted from herbs, flowers, and fruits; broadly the use of … New Collegiate Dictionary