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HomelifeSniffing out the truth: Does scent therapy really have health benefits?

Sniffing out the truth: Does scent therapy really have health benefits?

SINGAPORE – Counsellor Sam Roberts often suggests that his clients apply a scented oil of their choosing to their hands before journalling their thoughts at the end of the day.

“The routine helps them process their moods and calms them down,” says the centre director and founder of private counselling practice Olive Branch Counselling and Therapy Clinic.

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