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Aromatherapy has proven, therapeutic benefits for a variety of conditions.

Emotion based benefits

Depression • Frustration
Grief • Hysteria
Anxiety • Insomnia
Lack of Concentration • Irritability
Fear • Poor Memory
Hopelessness • Moodiness 
Panic Attacks • Nervous Tension
Sadness • Worry

Medicinal benefits

Bruises / Sprains / Strains
Burns (including sunburn)
Wounds and Scars

Nervousness / Tension / Stress
Motion Sickness • Fatigue

Respiratory Conditions including colds, flu, sore throat, asthma and bronchitis
Purifying the Air
Muscular aches and pains

Fungal infections such as athletes foot and nail fungus
Reduce skin inflammation
Enhance wound healing
Digestive disorders such as Constipation

Skincare benefits

Dermatitis Stretch Marks
Eczema • Acne
Psoriasis • Mature Skin
Varicose Veins • Dry Skin
Cellulite • Wrinkles

Enhanced wound healing
Antifungal activity
Antibacterial activity

By learning more about the proper use of essential oils, either through a recognized school or through a qualified aromatherapy practitioner, you will open the door to a whole new world--one that is not so dependent on antibiotics and other over-prescribed drugs.

Aromatherapy is not intended to replace traditional medicine or traditional healthcare. It is simply an avenue for you to take more responsibility for your own health and to allow nature to do what it does best-- balance and heal body, mind and spirit.

Before purchasing essential oils for home use, it is always best to seek the advice of a professional /qualified aromatherapy practitioner.

“Aromatherapy is... the skilled and controlled use of essential oils for physical and emotional health and well being.”  Valerie Cooksley

“Aromatherapy conveys the concept of healing with aromatic substances.”   Robert Tisserand

“Aromatherapy is a caring, hands-on therapy which seeks to induce relaxation, to increase energy, to reduce the effects of stress and to restore lost balance to mind, body and soul.”  Robert Tisserand

“Aromatherapy can be defined as the controlled use of essential oils to maintain and promote physical, psychological, and spiritual wellbeing.”  Gabriel Mojay

Aromatherapy can be defined as the art and science of utilizing naturally extracted aromatic essences from plants to balance, harmonize and promote the health of body, mind and spirit.  It is an art and science which seeks to explore the physiological, psychological and spiritual realm of the individual's response to aromatic extracts as well as to observe and enhance the individual's innate healing process.  As a holistic medicine, Aromatherapy is both a preventative approach as well as an active treatment during acute and chronic stages of illness or 'dis'-ease.

It is a natural, non-invasive treatment system designed to affect the whole person not just the symptom or disease and to assist the body's natural ability to balance, regulate, heal and maintain itself by the correct use of essential oils.

“Aromatherapy is essentially an interaction between the therapist, client and essential oils, working together to bring forth the healing energy which will help the client regain their sense of well being and vitality.”  Jade Shutes

Origin of the word Aromatherapie

The term “aromatherapie” was coined by Rene Maurice Gattefosse in 1928.  He utilized the word to imply the therapeutic use of aromatic substances (essential oils). Since the beginning of Aromatherapy, the practice has encompassed human pathology and the treatment of different conditions (emotional and physical) with essential oils.  As Aromatherapy developed into a practice it adopted an holistic approach which encompasses the body, the mind and the spirit (energy).

As an holistic therapy Aromatherapy is able to work on several levels of the individuals well being.  

“Aromatherapy is... the skilled and controlled use of essential oils for physical and emotional health and well being.”  Valerie Cooksley

“Aromatherapy conveys the concept of healing with aromatic substances.”   Robert Tisserand

“Aromatherapy is a caring, hands-on therapy which seeks to induce relaxation, to increase energy, to reduce the effects of stress and to restore lost balance to mind, body and soul.”  Robert Tisserand

“Aromatherapy can be defined as the controlled use of essential oils to maintain and promote physical, psychological, and spiritual wellbeing.”  Gabriel Mojay

Aromatherapy can be defined as the art and science of utilizing naturally extracted aromatic essences from plants to balance, harmonize and promote the health of body, mind and spirit.  It is an art and science which seeks to explore the physiological, psychological and spiritual realm of the individual's response to aromatic extracts as well as to observe and enhance the individual's innate healing process.  As a holistic medicine, Aromatherapy is both a preventative approach as well as an active treatment during acute and chronic stages of illness or 'dis'-ease.

It is a natural, non-invasive treatment system designed to affect the whole person not just the symptom or disease and to assist the body's natural ability to balance, regulate, heal and maintain itself by the correct use of essential oils.

“Aromatherapy is essentially an interaction between the therapist, client and essential oils, working together to bring forth the healing energy which will help the client regain their sense of well being and vitality.”  Jade Shutes

Origin of the word Aromatherapie

The term “aromatherapie” was coined by Rene Maurice Gattefosse in 1928.  He utilized the word to imply the therapeutic use of aromatic substances (essential oils). Since the beginning of Aromatherapy, the practice has encompassed human pathology and the treatment of different conditions (emotional and physical) with essential oils.  As Aromatherapy developed into a practice it adopted an holistic approach which encompasses the body, the mind and the spirit (energy).

As an holistic therapy Aromatherapy is able to work on several levels of the individuals well being.  


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