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The Aromahead Blog - Aromatherapy Education and Resources
Rosewood (Aniba rosaeodora) is a very endangered plant. It’s highly commercially valued and overharvested (sometimes illegally).
But the Aromatherapy profession is full of brilliant, passionate people who are dedicated to making a real difference.
How (and Why!) to Use Argan Oil for Skin Care Sometimes when people decide to start using all-natural skin care products, it can take a little time to find “the right one.” That makes sense—everyone’s skin is different. And that’s why I’m so excited about today’s blog post. I want to tell as many people as possible about using argan oil for skin care! I know that some people want to avoid putting oil on their skin, having experienced products that feel greasy or clog pores, but argan oil is different. Here’s a little information about it from my book, The Heart of Aromatherapy: An Easy-to-Use Guide for Essential Oils. […]
Aromahead Institute’s Botanica2018 raffle raised just over $19,000 (wow!) for the essential oil distillers below to come to the conference! Marco Valussi from The Gadoi Project Marco is from Italy, where he helped to start The Gadoi Project. Gadoi is helping to restore traditional aromatic plant production in the impoverished, mountainous regions of Italy. They create networks with regional producers and work to improve the economy of the region. Gadoi’s products are all organic, made with local, indigenous plants, and have a short, fully traceable production chain. GC/MS reports are provided for all of their oils, as well as heavy metal and pesticide reports. You can learn more about The Gadoi Project here. Judson and Anne Carleton from Morning Myst Botanics Judson and Anne run Morning Myst Botanics in Washington State, where they produce hydrosols on their USDA certified organic family farm. Here is what they say about their business . . . “We believe quality hydrosols begin with excellent plants and careful processing. Most of our hydrosols begin as seeds and cuttings that we carefully plant and care for, for months or even years before they make it to the stills.” Visit their website here. Saad Admani from Moonstar Admani Rose Saad Admani will be coming to Botanica from Pakistan, and is with Moonstar Admani Rose/Arabian Jasmine Gardens. They are the primary growers of Rose and Jasmine in the entire Indus region. They have also started a project to boost their local economy and educate the community on the traditional cultivation of Rose, the Indus Valley Rose Sustainability Project. They sell traditionally distilled Indus Valley Rosa centifolia and Arabian Jasmine hydrosol, made fresh from their gardens . . . and this is just one aspect of Moonstar Admani and the many natural products they sell. Click here to learn more about Moonstar Admani Rose. Aromahead created this raffle to allow these small-scale producers to participate at Botanica2018. […]
A Cooling Aromatherapy Blend for Hot Flashes and Warm Days […]
[Update: the raffle is now closed!] I am pretty excited about writing this post! […]