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Using essential oils to enhance nursing practice and for self-care.

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Summary of "Using essential oils to enhance nursing practice and for self-care."

With the growing popularity of integrative medicine, essential oils have found their way back into healthcare. Essential oils provide a simple way to alleviate certain physical symptoms, promote emotional well-being, and provide comfort. This article discusses the administration and common uses of essential oils; their reported benefits, potential risks, and contraindications; and the current state of associated research.

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Name: The Nurse practitioner
ISSN: 1538-8662
Pages: 39-46

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