Here’s a quick list of 5 ways that some essential oils are good for headaches:
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Aromahead Graduate Jody Pesapane lives life to the fullest, because (as she says), she knows how short it can be.
Why do some essential oils have multiple versions of their Latin names? An example is Rosmarinus officinalis ct. camphor and Rosmarinus officinalis ct. verbenone. Both of these essential oils are Rosemary . . . but the Latin names are different. Why is that? And does it matter which bottle you choose? It just so happens that some plants are capable of producing more than one type of essential oil. (And yes—it does matter which one you choose.) Isn’t that amazing? The reason some plants can do this has to do with the environment and involves chemistry. […]
In 2015, Aromahead Graduate Melissa Clymer found out she had a tumor in her liver. (So scary!) […]
I’m going to say something that might sound a little surprising. I sometimes hesitate to say it, but I want to share it with you today because as essential oils get more popular with the public, I’ve found this statement to be more and more true. There are a lot of people who love essential oils—who use them, write about them, and offer advice to others—who only have a beginning level of education about them. They just haven’t experienced much training. They may understand that essential oil safety is important . . . but at the same time, they might not be aware of the variety of safety issues they need to pay attention to, or where to find reliable information. […]
There a LOT of people who absolutely love essential oils . . . who also aren’t quite sure where essential oils come from or what they are. If this sounds like you, you are NOT alone! I’ve been working with essential oils since 1998. I am happy to help clear up any confusion for you. What is an essential oil? Essential oils are naturally occurring aromatic compounds. These natural compounds are found in different parts of the plants. A few examples . . . […]