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QuestionAnsweressential oils are made up largely of three elementscarbon hydrogen oxygenaromatherapy oils are extracted from many parts of a plant includingflowers seeds roots fruits barkaromatherapy oils come in many different colours such asyellow blue brown green redessential oils are able to penetrate in to the skin and the blood stream becausethe molecular structure is relatively smallessential oils can have a certain type of effect on the body this is known asa therapeutic effectessential oils can be more powerful when mixed this is known as asynergyessential oils can be used in many different ways for examplemassage oil burners inhalation compresses it is important to know the Latin name of the oils to ensureservices are both safe and effectivethere are many plants with similar names butvery different effectsknowing the oils different names can help you to identifyan oils quality and where it comes fromlike wine the oils what will vary from year to yearquality and pricedo essential oils mix with waternodo essential oils mix with alcoholyesdo essential oils mix with mineral oilsyesdo essential oils mix with vegetable oilyesdo essential oils evaporateyesdo essential oils have an aromayesare essential oils greasynooils with rapid evaporation rates are known astop notesoils with moderate evaporation rates are known asmiddleoils with a very slow evaporation rate are known as base noteclary sage eucalyptus grapefruit lemon lemongrass tea tree are all what notetop notecamomile geranium lavender marjoram rosemary are all what notemiddle noteneroli rose bulger ylang ylang are all what notebase noteif essential oils are stored incorrectly this can lead toevaporation which causes loss of therapeutic properties fragrance and colourthe ideal storage environment for aromatherapy oils iscool dark away from sun light bottles should be airtight and made with dark coloursbottles should always be well labelled why is thisto avoid misuse and ensure they are in date because some oils have a shorter shelf life than othersaromatherapy oils should always be purchased froma reputable supplier who has a quick turnaround in stocklist the oils extracted from the flower of the plantlavender ylang ylang rose camomile jasminewhich oils are extracted from the woody part of the plantsandlawood cedar woodfrankincense is from what part of the plantgumeucalyptus rosemary clary sage and thyme are extracted fromthe leaves of the plantlemon bergamot orange and grapefruit oils come from whatrind of the fruitwhat is the most common form of extractiondistillationdistillation is also known as steam extractionenfleurage is a form of extraction often used with which part of the plantflowerextraction using the rind of the fruit is commonly known as comminutionwhen essential oils are extracted from plants by dipping them in hot fat this is refered to asmacerationsolvent extraction uses solvents such as benzene petroleum or acetonethe use of essential oils can present potential hazards to both the client and therapist if used incorrectly they risks can betoxicity, irritation and sensitization

Essential Oils

Diffusing essential oils into the air with a cool-air diffuser is one of the best ways to enjoy both their aroma and naturally therapsutic properties. if you don't have a cool air diffuser, place a few drops on a cotton ball and place the cotton in an air vent (this works especially well in a car). Alternately, you may place 20-30 drops of oil in a cool-air humidifier or vaporizer.

Citrus x paradisi: Grapefruit oil has a uniquely refreshing aroma that is uplifting to the mind and can help relieve anxiety. Grapefruit has also been known to help depression, drug withdrawal, eating disorders, fatigue, gallstones, jet lag, migraine headaches, obesity, premenstrual tension, and stress. Cold pressed from rind.

This massage blend contains pure essential oils of basil, cypress, grapefruit, lavender, marjoram, and peppermint. The essential oils included in this relaxing blend have been researched for their remarkable abilities to aid in soothing muscles and tissues, calming tension and increasing circulation.

Cinnamomum verum: Cinnamon was included in just about every prescription issued in ancient China. It was regarded as a tranquilizer, tonic, and stomachic, and as being good for depression and a weak heart. Cinnamon oil has also been known to help circulation, colds, coughs, exhaustion, flu, infections, rheumatism, and warts, and is also proving to be a powerful disinfectant. Steam distilled from bark.

Ocimum basilicum: Considered to be the "king of plants" by the ancient Greeks, basil was once used to anoint kings. In both ancient and modern times, basil oil has been used to help treat migraines, relieve muscle spasms, stimulate the mind, and aid in digestion. Basil's fresh, spicy scent is said to help open the mind and increase clarity of thought. Steam distilled from leaves, stems and flowers.

This blend contains pure essential oils of wild orange, clove bud, cinnamon bark, Eucalyptus radiata, and rosemary. Many of the oils in this blend have been studied for their strong abilities to kill harmful bacteria, mold and viruses. This blend can be diffused into the air, or used to clean and purify household surfaces.

Melaleuca alternifolia: the leaves of the tea tree (or melaleuca tree) have been used for centuries by the Australian aborigines to heal cuts, wounds, and skin infections. Tea tree oil is often used for its antiseptic properties, and it has also been used to help relieve inflammation, respiratory problems, digestive problems, and burns. Steam distilled from leaves.

Lavandula angustifolia, CT Linalol: Lavender has been called the "universal oil" because it has been known to work wherever there is a need. It is most commonly used as a sedative, or to create a calming, peaceful atmosphere. It has also been known to help acne, burns, nausea, stretch marks, infections, wounds headaches, bruises, sprains, & tension. Steam distilled from flowering top.

Foeniculum vulgare: Fennel was used by both the ancient Egyptians and Romans in garlands given to victorious warriors as it was believed to bestow strength, courage, and longevity. Fennel oil is often used today to help relive digestive conditions, and to help balance hormones. Its sweet, spicy aroma is said to energize and purify. Steam distilled from crushed seeds.

To enjoy a blissfully aromatic bath, mix 3-6 drops of an essential oil or blend with one ounce of unscented bath or shower gel base. Add this mixture to the bath water as it fills the tub, or apply a small amount to a wash cloth to use over the entire body.

Syzygium aromaticum. Historically, cloves were used to help with digestive problems, bad breath, skin infections and toothaches. Clove oil is also known for its antimicrobial and pain-relieving properties. Clove's spicy, warming aroma is said to be mentally stimulating and to create a feeling of protection and courage. Steam distilled from bud and stem.

This soothing blend contains the pure essential oils of wintergreen, camphor, peppermint, blue tansy, German chamomile, helichrysum, and osmanthus. Several of the oils contained in this blend have been studied for their remarkable abilities to alleviate pain, soothe inflammation, and reduce soreness.

For great cleaning help, put a few drops of lemon, spruce, or fir oil on your dust cloth, or add ten drops of one of these oils to one ounce of pure water in a spray bottle to help clean and disinfect. For lemon-fresh dishes, try adding a couple of drops of lemon oil to your dishwater. use lemon or another citrus oil to help take gum out of clothes. Enjoy the invigorating aroma of natural essential oils as you clean.

Citrus sinensis. Orange has been used historically to treat scurvy, jaundice, bleeding, and diarrhea. Its wonderful uplifting aroma brings peace and happiness to the mind and body, and joy to the heart. Orange oil has also been known to help bronchitis, colds, colic, complexion, fever, flu, muscle soreness, obesity, water retention, and wrinkles. Cold pressed from rind.

This blend contains pure essential oils of lemon, lime, pine, citronella, Melaleuca alternifolia, and cilantro. Several of the oils contained in this blend are often used to help remove odors from the air, while others have been studied for their abilities to disinfect and remove harmful micro-organisms.

Citrus auantifolia. Lime oil has a fresh, lively fragrance that is stimulating and refreshing. It is used to combat exhaustion, depression, and listlessness. Lime has often been used in place of lemon to treat fevers, infections, and sore throats. It may also be beneficial for decreasing anxiety, dissolving cellulite, and improving clarity of thought. Cold expressed from peel.

Citrus limon: Lemon has been used historically to fight food poisoning, malaria, typhoid, and scurvy. Its invigorating aroma promotes healing, physical energy, and purification. Lemon oil has also been known to help anemia, colds, fever, throat infections, anxiety, gallstones, and respiratory problems, and can be used to help purify and disinfect both water and air. Cold pressed from rind.

Gaultheria procumbens: Wintergreen was used as a tea flavoring by American Indians and early European settlers. Its strong, penetrating aroma elevates, opens, and increases sensory awareness. Wintergreen has also been known to help arthritis, muscular pain, cramps, rheumatism, inflammation, infections, fever, osteoporosis, and urinary tract disorders. Steam distilled from leaves.

Myrrh has been used for thousands of years, both as an incense for religious rituals, and as an aid for healing viral and bacterial infections, cancer, and other ilnesses. Myrrh oil is often used today for its anti-infectious, and anti-inflammatory properties, and has been studied for its ability to help reduce tumors. Myrrh's earthy, balsamic aroma is said to promote awareness, and to be uplifting. Steam distilled from resin.

Origanum majorana: Marjoram was used anciently to both warm the body and emotions, and to increase longevity. Marjoram oil has been used to ease muscle aches and pains, treat respiratory infections, and solve digestive problems. Its spicy, green aroma has also been known to help promote sleep and peace. Steam distilled from leaves.

This blend contains the pure essential oils of laurel leaf, peppermint, Eucalyptus radiata, revensara, Melaleuca alternifolia and lemon. Many of these oils have been studied for their abilities to open and soothe the tissues of the respiratory system, and also for their abilities to combat airborne bacteria and viruses that could be harmful to this system.

Cupressus sempervirens: Cypres was valued by the Chinese for its benefits to the liver and respiratory system and was also used anciently to aid the urinary system. Cypress oil has also been used to aid circulation, to help the respiratory system, and to relieve cramps. Its fresh, herbaceous aroma is said to help create feelings of security and grounding. Steam distilled from branches.

Coriandrum sativum: The Chinese used coriander historically for dysentery, piles, measles, nausea, toothache, and painful hernias. Coriander has also been known to help arthritis, inflammation, spasms, and migraines. Its woody, sweet aroma has also been used to help calm and relax those suffering from shock or fear. Steam distilled from seeds.

This blend contains essential oils that have been proven to effectively repel biting insects, including lemon, eucalyptus, citronella, lemongrass and twelve other essential oils blended in a base of fractionated coconut oil. Estela says it worked really well in Costa Rica.

This blend contains pure essential oils of grapefruit, lemon, peppermint, ginger and cinnamon essential oils. This stimulating blend contains essential oils that have been studied for their abilities to help reduce appetite and cravings, and to enhance positive moods.

This blend contains pure essential oils of lavender, sweet marjoram, Roman chamomile, ylang ylang, sandalwood, and vanilla bean extract. This relaxing blend contains essential oils that are often used to help calm and soothe feelings of stress, excitement and anxiety in order to help the body maintain its natural state of health.

Thymus vulgaris: Thyme was used in ancient times, both by the Egyptians for embalming, and by the Greeks to help ward off infectious illnesses. Thyme oil has also been used to help with respiratory illnesses and digestive disorders. Thyme's fresh, herbaceous aroma is said to uplift the body and spirit, and to aid in concentration. Steam distilled from leaves, stems and flowers.

Mentha piperita: According to mythology, when Pluto professed his love to Mentha, Pluto's jealous wife crushed Mentha into the ground. Unable to restore her, Pluto transformed her into a peppermint plant that would give a beautiful fragrance whenever stepped upon again. Peppermint has been used for centuries to soothe digestive difficulties, freshen breath, and relieve headaches. Peppermint oil has also been known to help inflammation, nerves, toothaches, motion sickness, and feelings of depression. Steam distilled from leaves, stems, and flower buds.

This tension relief blend contains pure essential oils of wintergreen, lavender, peppermint, frankincense, cilantro, marjoram, Roman chamomile, basil and rosemary. The oils in this blend are often used to help relieve pain, inflammation, congestion, and muscle tension in the neck and head.

Boswellia carterii: Anciently revered by royalty, frankincense was once considered to be more precious than gold. Frankincense oil is high in sesquiterpenes, which have been studied for their potential to go beyond the blood-brain barrier and to help oxygenate the pineal and pituitary glands. Frankincense has also been used for disinfecting, stimulating the immune system, and increasing spiritual awareness. Steam distilled from resin.

Pogostemon cablin: For centuries, the Asian people used patchouli to fight infection, cool fevers, tone the skin, and to counteract insect and snake bites. Patchouli has also been used to treat colds, headaches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, allergies, hemorrhoids, acne, abdominal pain, and halitosis. Steam distilled from leaves and flowers.

This digestive blend contains pure essential oils of ginger, peppermint, tarragon, fennel, caraway, coriander and anise. These essential oils have been researched for their remarkable abilities to aid in soothing many ailments of the digestive system.

Essential oils have been used for thousands of years to create beautiful, natural perfumes. Essential oils can be used on their own, diluted with pure water or vegetable oil, or mixed with a natural grain alcohol (perfumes are generally 70-80% alcohol, and 10-20% fragrance) to create your own natural perfume.

This joyful blend contains pure essential oils of lavendin, tangerine, elemi, lemon myrtle, melissa, ylang ylang, osmanthus and sandalwood. This uplifting combination of essential oils creates an energetic aroma that can help stimulate the body's chemistry when feeling lethargic or sad.

Cinnamomum cassia: Historically, cassia was used to help with colds, digestive disorders, and to help strengthen the reproductive system. Today, cassia oil is typically used for its anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral properties. Often mistaken for cinnamon, cassia oil is typically much stronger than true cinnamon and should be used with caution. Steam distilled from bark.

This blend contains pure essential oils of patchouli, bergamot, sandalwood, rose absolute, jasmine absolute, cinnamon bark, cistus absolute, vetiver, ylang ylang, cocoa bean extract and vanilla bean extract. This exquisite blend of oils works harmoniously with an individual's unique chemistry to create an appealing aroma - without the harmful chemicals found in many of today's perfumes.

Cymbopogon flexuosus: Lemongrass was used historically not only to help keep insects and bugs away, but also to help fight infectious illnesses. Lemongrass oil has also been used to help with inflammation, digestive problems, and to improve circulation. Its lemony odor is said to be purifying and uplifting. Steam distilled from leaves.

To make your own natural air freshener, mix one ounce of pure distilled water with 10-15 drops of an essential oil or blend in a small spray bottle. Shake well and spray into the air as desired.

Origanum compactum: Oregano has long been used to help treat respiratory and digestive problems, and was used by the ancient Greeks to help ease seasickness. Oregano oil is also used for its antiseptic properties. Its strong, herbaceous aroma is said to strengthen feelings of security. Steam distilled from leaves.

This invigorating blend contains pure essential oils of wild orange, lemon, grapefruit, mandarin, bergamot, tangerine, clementine, and vanilla bean extract. This exhilarating blend brings together al of the fabulous benefits of citrus essential oils in a unique and satisfying way. Several of these citrus oils have been studied for their abilities to kill germs.

Melissa officinalis: Also called "lemon balm", melissa was used historically to help deal with different emotions and was one of the main ingredients in Carmelite water, an early tonic invented by Carmelite nuns. Melissa oil has also been known for its anti-viral properties, and as an aid for depression and respiratory problems. Melissa's unique lemony scent is said to be balancing for the emotions. Steam distilled from leaves and flowers.

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Have you been looking for a handy way to learn about your oils or to share with your oily group? I am digging these super handy essential oil flashcards fromEO&Such. The packs include seventy-five Young Living single oil cards.  These are super compact and are held together with a metal ring so you can easily flip through the cards and keep them organized.eo-and-such-the-oil-dropper

One side of the flashcard has common uses and notes how you can use the oil. The card has symbols to tell you if they are safe to diffuse, use topically or to ingest. They also tell you if the oil can cause photosensitivity. The cards are color coded to match your essential oil bottle and will help you learn and remember the oils.


These flashcards are great to have on hand at a class. You can pass around and your guests can quickly reference different oils. These reference cards also make an excellent new member gift.   It’s always great to help educate new oilers and this would be a wonderful tool to help.

This set shown is the distributor edition. Grab yourself an essential oil flashcard deck and use them to teach and share about oils.

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Tips for Blending and Formulating

  • Know your oils individually first.
    • While a master blender may know hundreds of oils, you can start with a basic list of 15 to 20 and add more oils to your repertoire as you become familiar with them. Take your time and evaluate each essential oil. Place a few drops on a blotter and evaluate the aroma over several days (or until it completely evaporates). Note how the aroma of the oil changes as it evaporates and write down your impressions of both the aroma and how you feel about it. If blending for a health-enhancing effect, look up the oil in a good aromatherapy book after you complete your evaluation and add notes on the oils listed benefits.
  • Oil Volatility (rate of evaporation).
    • Essential oils evaporate at different rates depending on their chemical components. The lighter oils (such as eucalyptus and the citrus oils) evaporate quickly, while the heavier oils (such as patchouli and myrrh) evaporate more slowly. A good blend of oils will use a combination of high, medium and low volatility oils in order to create a balanced fragrance from start to finish. The really slow evaporating oils can also be used as fixatives—that means they help fix, or hold, the scent (slow the evaporation) of the other oils in the blend and keep the fragrance from changing too much as it evaporates. Sandalwood is one of the best fixatives because it blends well with so many other scents. Other good fixative oils are patchouli, vetiver, myrrh and cedarwood.
  • Aroma notes.
    • The fragrance of each essential oil is characterized by a top note, middle note and base or dry-out note. Essential oils are sometimes designated as top note oils, middle note oils and base note oils on the basis of their volatility rates. A good blend must have a balanced top, middle and bottom note. When blending, it's important to consider how well notes of different oils interact with each other.
  • Keep it simple.
    • When starting out use no more than three to five essential oils per blend. Use one or two drops of each essential oil, that way if your blend doesn’t come out the way you want, you can start over with very little expense. As a rule of thumb, use one to two drops of low volatility oils, two to four drops medium and 5 to 6 drops of high.

  • Essential oils are sometimes characterized by their volatility or how quickly they evaporate.  Those oils that evaporate the quickest are call top notes.  The medium evaporating oils are called middle notes and slowest evaporating oils are called bottom notes or base notes.  Note also refers to the aroma profile of an essential oil as it evaporates over time.

  • Top Note Oils: Basil, Bay, Bergamot, Clary Sage, Coriander, Eucalyptus, Grapefruit, Lemon, Lemongrass, Lime, Myrtle, Orange, Oregano, Palmarosa, Petigrain, Tea Tree, Thyme

  • Middle Note Oils: Chamomile, Cypress, Fennel, Fir Needle, Geranium, Hyssop, Juniper, Lavender, Marjoram, Pepper, Peppermint, Pine, Rosemary, Rosewood

  • Base Note Oils: Benzoin, Cedar, Cinnamon Bark, Clove, Frankincense, Ginger, Myrrh, Neroli, Nutmeg, Rose, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Vetiver.

Other Ingredients in Aromatherapy Blends

  • For lotions and massage blends use expeller pressed vegetable oils such as olive, apricot and avocado without chemical preservatives such as BHA and BHT that are added to most “mass grocery store” oils.
  • For bath salts, unrefined, natural, Dead Sea and sea salts are a good choice. Salt should be free of chemical free-flowing agents.
  • To make body sprays, poultices or steams, use natural spring water.
  • For salves or lotions, natural beeswax, cocoa butter, coconut oil, shea butter or soy wax make good thickeners.
  • When making natural aromatherapy cosmetics, massage oils and spritzers for more than a single use, store the leftovers in the refrigerator. Adding natural vitamin E or using vegetable oils such as wheat germ that are high in vitamin E can extend shelf life.

  • Expeller pressed (cold-pressed) vegetable oils are an excellent vehicle for diluting essential oils before applying them to the skin—they help soothe, soften and nourish the skin at the same time. Avoid using solvent extracted oils (except grapeseed, see below) or oils with preservatives such as BHA and BHT
  • Sweet almond oil is one of the most popular skin care carrier oils because it can be used on all types of skin and is very economical. 
  • When choosing carrier oils, you can match the properties of the carrier oil to your skin type benefits of the essential oil to be applied.
    • For example, when making massage oil for dry skin, you might choose frankincense or carrot seed essential oil in a base of avocado and olive oils. For oily skin, it would be better to choose grapeseed or jojoba as carrier oils.
  • Other factors to consider when choosing carrier oils for a particular application are the color and the aroma. To make a soothing foot balm, the rich green color and distinctive aroma of an unrefined olive oil might be acceptable but for making a blend for cosmetic use, lighter, odorless oils such as almond or grapeseed are better.

  • is cold-pressed from the same almonds we eat.
  • It is neutral in color and aroma and is economical.
  • It is also good for all skin types, rich in protein and very soothing and lubricating on dry, irritated or itchy skin.
  • Massage therapists like it because it provides just the right amount of glide.

  • pressed from the pits of apricots
  • It is pale yellow in color and has a faint aroma
  • This nourishing oil is especially good for prematurely aged, sensitive or inflamed skin
  • Because it is a lighter oil than sweet almond, it is often used in body oils and lotions

  • a thick, luscious, penetrating oil, rich in vitamins and pressed from the avocado fruit
  • It is dark green in color, has a pleasant aroma and is used on all types of skin.
  • It is best when blended at 10 to 20% with lighter oils.

  • made from the roasted cocoa bean and is solid at room temperature
  • It is used in cosmetics and body lotions as a thickener
  • It is skin softening and lubricating and melts on contact with skin, making it ideal for use in salves and balms.

  • high in saturated fats and closely resembles the fat found under human skin
  • It is solid at room temperature so it's usually warmed on low heat until it melts and then blended with other oils at 10 to 50% concentration
  • Especially good on damaged, dry, itchy or sensitive skin

  • solvent extracted from the seed of grapes
  • Since this is one oil that is not available expeller pressed, some people may prefer to avoid using it. However, it is preferred by a number of massage therapists because it is a light, odorless oil and works well for all skin types. It is very penetrating, and its slight astringency helps to tighten and tone the skin.

  • Jojoba Oil is actually a liquid wax rather than a fatty oil and is similar to the skin's own sebum
  • It forms a very thin, non-greasy protective layer upon application that rapidly penetrates the skin (without blocking pores), making it useful in nourishing formulas—but not by itself for massage.
  • Jojoba is very healing and soothing when used on inflamed or irritated skin, and helpful in all sorts skin conditions.
  • It is generally blended at levels of 10 to 20% with other oils.
  • Because it's a wax, it is very stable when blended with other oils and helps extend their shelf life.

  • a wonderfully soothing oil—great for dry or inflamed skin.
  • Olive oil is often blended with other oils at 10 to 50%.
  • It's also a great oil to use as a base for making herb-infused oils for use in salves or medicinal oils.
  • Olive oil is loaded with vitamin E, and it has the longest shelf life of any of the natural vegetable oils.

  • very rich and often used on dry, scaly, burned or scarred skin.
  • It should not be used on blemished, oily or acne-prone skin.
  • Because of its high cost, it's generally blended with other oils at a rate of 10 to 20%.

  • a thick oil used for softening and rejuvenating all types of skin.
  • It's often blended with other oils at 10 to 20%.
  • Long used in Ayurveda as a base for medicinal preparations, sesame seed oil contains a natural preservative that helps prevent rancidity.

  • a semi-solid fat obtained from the seed of the fruit of the karate tree that grows in Western Africa.
  • It's used as a cosmetic on ageing, sensitive and damaged skin.

  • is a natural anti-oxidant
  • It's added to natural skin care products (1 to 2%) to help extend their shelf life and for its beneficial anti-oxidant effects on the skin
  • Vitamin E can be natural or synthetic. The natural forms are those that use a “d” as their prefix (as in d-alpha tocopherol), while the synthetic forms use a “dl” (dl-alpha tocopherol).

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It is the therapeutic use of plant aromas and essential oils
Fragrant and concentrated pharmacological active substances extracted from plants
A blend of 2 or more essential oils for a combined effect.
One essential oil for treatment
Essential oils contain a plant hormone called?
Aromatherapy oils can be ?
Sedative, Calming, Energizing, stimulating, anti-inflammatory and analgesic
When buying essential oils it is important to compare?
For a full body aromatherapy treatment use how many drops of essential oils?
Aromatherapy oils stay in the bloodstream how many hours?
It takes _________ hours for essential oils to enter the blood stream through inhalation.
What affects the absorption level of the essential oils?
Aromatherapy oils directly affect the
Client's who suffer from headaches should avoid
Rose oil is beneficial oil for
The most balancing type of oil which will blend with other oils is ?
Sandalwood is a low type of oil and should be avoided on people who frequently suffer from
Wild French lavender is considered to be a
Mature skin likes Rose oil because it acts as
Because it is a muscle relaxant, this oil is great on sore, aching muscles
Which essential oil is one of the most popular essential oil being used today?
Because it is a muscle relaxant, this oil can't be used on a pregnant client
Because this acts as estrogen hormone, this oil can't be used on pregnant clients
Which oils are beneficial for cellulite problems?
Which oils are beneficial for stress?
Ylang Ylang and Sandalwood
Which of the following essential oils are beneficial for mild depression?
Clary Sage, Geranium and Lavender
Contraindications for aromatherapy wrap include?
Skin disorders
heart problems
vein problems
High/low blood pressure
What can make aromatherapy oils useless and ineffective?
Aromatherapy treatments take how long?
When applying the aromatherapy oils is it is important to start at the ?
Ankles and work towards the heart
Aromatherapy Body Wrap will induce
relaxation as well as calming effects in the client.

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