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The present study suggests that aromatherapy with rose essential oil may be beneficial for pain relief in individuals with primary dysmenorrhea.

A new study tried to see what the role essential oil plays in the body. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of rose essential oil on primary dysmenorrhea. The researchers found that the rose essential oil did play a role in limiting the pain with people who suffer from this painful disease.

    Key Takeaways:

  • The visual analog scale (VAS) scores in all subjects at baseline, 10th min, and 30th min were recorded.
  • When the two groups were compared before and after the treatment, there were significant decreases in VAS values at the 10 min and 30 min compared to baseline values in both groups (p < 0.001).
  • The present study suggests that aromatherapy with rose essential oil, which is a nonpharmacologic treatment method, as an adjuvant to conventional treatment methods may be beneficial for pain relief in individuals with primary dysmenorrhea.

“One hundred patients were randomly divided into two groups; Group D received diclofenac sodium (75 mg/mi) and Group A administered diclofenac sodium with aromatherapy (2% rose essential oil). The visual analog scale (VAS) scores in all subjects at baseline, 10th min, and 30th min were recorded.”

http://www.greenmedinfo.com/article/present-study-suggests-aromatherapy-rose-essential-oil-may-be-beneficial-pain-

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