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Infographic – A Guide To Colour Therapy

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Infographic – A Guide To Colour Therapy

Chromotherapy, or more commonly known as colour therapy is using the vibrational properties of colour to heal, and enhance all areas of health and well-being.

Did you know that colour therapy can be used to treat a wide variety of conditions? Learn more about the power of colour therapy and how it can improve your health and well-being.


Using the colour red, can help with conditions of the blood, such as anaemia and other related issues. The colour red can also help with conditions of the heart, such as high blood pressure and heart disease. In addition to these physical conditions, the colour red can also be used for emotional issues related to stress and anxiety.


The colour associated with warmth and fire, is a great colour to use for people who are feeling cold and isolated. It can also help with depression, fear or anger issues. The colour orange can be used in situations where someone needs a boost of energy or enthusiasm. The colour orange can also be used for physical issues related to the body, such as fatigue.


The colour associated with light and positivity, is an excellent choice for anyone who is feeling down or depressed. It can help with issues of confidence, low self-esteem and lack of motivation. In addition, yellow can be used for physical conditions that affect the eyesight such as glaucoma or macular degeneration.


Green is the colour of nature and growth. The colour green can be used for ailments related to the lungs, heart or even the immune system. It’s the most restful colour for the eye and can be used for stress-related issues. It also helps with problems related to physical health such as digestion, ulcers or nausea. The colour green is often associated with nature, so it may help people who suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD).


The calming colour of Blue that can be used for people who suffer from insomnia, hyperactivity or stress. It can also be used for people with attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The colour blue is often associated with clear skies and water, which makes it ideal for people who want to reduce their stress levels.


Purple is a colour associated with spirituality, and wealth. It’s good for using in meditations, and also helps with psychic power.


primarily associated with being pure, clean, angelic, peaceful and also weddings. white light is considered to be very pure, so when you hear the term “surround your self in white light” is deemed to be very healing and pure. It increases mental clarity, purifies thoughts and actions.


Pink is the colour usually associated with youth. its a loving colour that symbolises softness, calmness, peace and is good to help friendships. It has been proven to stimulate heart rate, blood pressure, energy levels.


Even though the colour black is usually associated with death, violence, darkness it actually represents the opposite, which is calmness, rest and renewal. It carries the potential for growth and new possibilities. it is also the colour used for grounding.