The essential oils used in aromatherapy today are derived from over 400 different species of plants. This article reveals both the practical facts and the long history of using essential oils as a part of aromatherapy and healing.
Essential oils are used in aromatherapy and manufactured from naturally occuring oils found in tree bark, plants, and flowers. They are therapeutic, containing properties that heal the mind and body.
Essential oils add beautiful scents to our DIY projects. But there are some many to choose from! Learn which are safe and which should be used with care.
Ways to use citronella oil
Natural, homeopathic alternatives to balance your hormones for menopause Perimenopause or post-menopause. Relieve hot flashes with essential oils, Clary Sage, Rose, Geranium, Jasmine
Natural bug and insect repellant. Keep insects, spiders fleas, ticks and other pests out of your home and off of yourself and your dogs with safe effective essential oils. No dangerous side effects.
Essential Oils have many beneficial uses when diffused into the air. There are a variety of ways in how to diffuse your favorite oils and introduce fragrance into your home, work space or car easily.
An introduction to the use and benefits of top, middle and base notes in aromatherapy.
Lavender oil has an unmeasurable amount of health and cosmetic benefits. I will go over some of the ways you can use it and how to make your own cosmetics using this miracle oil.
Within the past four years, therapeutic properties of new essential oils Fragonia and Kunzea have been heralded. But how do they compare with the benefits of the very popular Tea Tree essential oil?