Aromatherapy

  1. Essential Oils for Holidays

    Essential Oils for Holidays

    Essential Oils Perfect for Holidays

    Inviting your loved ones into your home to celebrate the holidays can be extra comforting if you add aromatherapy to your party!  Below is a list of fantastic essential oils you’ll want to add to your holiday gift list.

    Vanilla

    Vanilla is mainly used for culinary uses to sweeten desserts and foods but it is a

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  2. Sexy Essential OIls

    Sexy Essential OIls

    Sexy Essential Oils

    There are many essential oils scientifically proven to promote sensuality and enhance your arousal.  This article will discuss the incredible sexy essential oils you’ll want to add to your collection.

     

    Rose

    Research from a

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  3. Amazing Aromatherapy Blends for Autumn YOU Need to TRY!

    Amazing Aromatherapy Blends for Autumn YOU Need to TRY!

    “Fall” into perfect autumn aromatherapy with these amazing diffuser blend recipes!

     

    Happy Halloween Diffuser Blend

    Ingredients

    • 1 Essential Oil Diffuser
    • 2 drop Clove Essential Oil
    • 2 drops Vanilla Essential Oil
    • 2 drop Ginger Essential Oil

    Method

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  4. Explaining Essential Oils- Rosewood

    Explaining Essential Oils- Rosewood

    Explaining Essential Oils

    Rosewood Essential Oil

    Botanical Name:   Aniba Rosaeodora

     

    What is it?

     

    Rosewood essential oil is extracted from the Rosewood tree and is created by steam distillation. It contains many

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  5. What is Smudging?

    What is Smudging?

    What is Smudging?

     

    Smudging is an ancient Native American practice where you light a bundle of sage on fire and “clear out” or “cast away” negative energy. There have also been some medical studies showing that this ritual actually cleanses bacteria and vir

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  6. Are wax melts safe?

    Are wax melts safe?

    Are wax melts safe?

    What are wax melts?

    Wax melts are pieces of wax that are infused with fragrances made to be melted in a warmer. They were created when candle companies had excess wax left over from candles.

    Are wax melts safe?

    The safety of wax melts depends on what the ingredients of the wax melts contain. Traditional store-bought

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  7. What is Toxic Exposure?

    What is Toxic Exposure?

    What is Toxic Exposure?

     

    Chemicals are especially present in products used in our homes such as cleaning supplies, laundry detergents, make-up and even in our foods and beverages. For example, Parabens and phthalates are commonly used chemicals which have been researched to cause cancer and type II diabetes. These two chemicals can be found in shampoo, make-up and various

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  8. Amazing Uses for Hydrosols!

    Amazing Uses for Hydrosols!

    Amazing Uses for Hydrosol Sprays

    Many of us don’t think twice before using canned aerosol sprays. After all, no one wants to smell stinky odors and we all want to have fresh smelling homes. But are we unknowingly exposing ourselves to chemicals? There is no law in the United States that requires products of any kind to list chemicals used in fragrances. You could be unknowingly e

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  9. How to Boost your Health with Mindfulness

    How to Boost your Health with Mindfulness

    Boost your Health with Mindfulness

    Mindfulness is a concept that involves stress reduction and being present in the moment. When you are stressing or worrying, you are focusing on the future, when you are grieving you are focusing on the past, when you focus on the moment you can be at peace.

    Mindfulness can be achieved in many ways such as:

    1-     

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  10. Natural Alternatives to Household Products

    Natural Alternatives to Household Products

    To live the most optimal life possible, limiting your exposure your toxins is essential to your wellbeing. Many people are unaware at how many subtle chemicals we are exposed to through modern conveniences such as household cleaners, detergents and dishwashing liquid.

    Traditional dishwashing liquid can contain the following concerning chemicals:

    SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate)/SLES

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