Sedative Properties of INCENSE

The calming effects of incense are well known by Monks and spiritual leaders.  Certain incense aromas is believed to slow down the heart rate and soothe nerves.  These calming effects help to relieve built up tension in the muscles, enabling incense to also be used as a muscle relaxer.  As a result of the calming effects of incense, incense can also be used to induce sleep.  The sedative properties of incense make it a great natural treatment to aid insomnia.

A wide variety of plants, and different parts of these plants, are used in incense, and each of these plants contains many different chemicals and compounds that effect the body when inhaled.  Incense should be considered as an effective remedy in treating such ailments as headaches and depression before resorting to prescription drugs.  Because of all the benefits to the mind and body, try using incense on a regular basis to maintain health and happiness.

We at have done research on the different types of incense, along with the many aromas, meanings and uses of each.  We have detailed our findings, please check us out.

Originally posted 2011-09-17 12:11:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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