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Role of Aromatherapy in Stress Management
Stress, now considered a normal part of life, can be a positive experience, creating a buzz of excitement, concentration, or increased energy; clarity of thought, happiness and contentment. More often however, the term is used to describe negative emotions or feelings of anxiety or tension in overwhelming situations.
Perfumes Through the Ages: Egypt, Elizabethan Era ....
Ancient Egypt has left a legacy of art and beauty which is startling to visitors today. The women who have been immortalised in art and sculptures capture the imagination. The serene timeless beauty of Nefertiti (the Beautiful one who comes) wife of Rameses II, has an impact which reflects the high state of cosmetic art.
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