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Aromatherapy Training

Updated on February 15, 2012

Aromatherapy Essential Oils

Training in Aromatherapy
Training in Aromatherapy


Aromatherapy conjours up an image of either massage or amber coloured bottles to a loft of people. However there is a whole depth to Aromatherapy which is waiting to be unearthed by all of you who are passionate about the subject.

Aromatherapy is a holistic treatment which combines; the mind, body & spirit

Aromatherapy seeks to improve our the emotional well-being and motivates our bodies to balance itself.

For obvious reasons; people who are suffering with unremitting health issues must always seek advice from their doctor.

Plainly speaking Aromatherapy is a treatment aimed to help, and heal via the correct application of essential oils yielded from plants. In order to really to appreciate Aromatherapy and to gain a real perceptive of the subject it is vital that you get a deeper knowledge of essential oils.

Studying aromatherapy is a very  popular choice these days and there are so many resources whether you want to study for a new career or take it up as a hobby - the choice is yours.

So many people incorporate it into their everyday life whether they are adding essentials oils to their bath or applying a few drops on their people; Aromatherapy has a place.

Essential Oils

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Tea Tree Oil

The Romans were great fans of massage and believed that it assisted in healing the human body.

Tea tree oil which is yellow in colour (known as Australian Tea Tree Oil) is has so many uses and Aborigines have used it for treating cuts and burns for centuries. Tea tree is antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial. Tea tree oil is used for treating:

  • Flea bites
  • Blisters
  • Corns
  • Dermatitis
  • Nail infections
  • & Bruises

Tee tree is also added to shower gels, body lotions, soap, hair rinses, bath salts nd other products.

I would also advise against swallowing Tea Tree oil and people who have sensitive skin should avoid this oil or at least refrain from applying Tea Tree oil neat on the skin as it may cause irritation.


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