Aromatherapy Education

Have you ever thought about getting your Aromatherapy Certification online? Do you soak up aromatherapy recipes and information like a sponge? Are you always making aromatherapy blends for yourself, friends, and family? Have you daydreamed about starting your own aromatherapy business? I would like to tell you about Aromahead’s online Aromatherapy Certification Program. It allows […]

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Aromahead Weekly: Free Aromatherapy Recipes

by Andrea Butje on March 27, 2015

One of the best ways to get to know essential oils is by spending time with them and using them in different kinds of recipes. That’s why I created Aromahead Weekly—a free weekly email series that explores one essential oil a month. Each month includes four (sometimes five) emails that introduce you to different aspects […]

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What are Top, Middle, and Base Notes?

by Andrea Butje on January 26, 2015

Understanding top, middle, and base notes in aromatherapy We talk a lot about top, middle, and base notes in aromatherapy. What do we mean exactly, and how can you identify each note? Not every aromatherapy blend has to have all three notes. Making a balanced blend just means you consider and understand which aromas tend […]

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Do you know about Aromahead’s free online aromatherapy class, Introduction to Essential Oils? If you’re already in our free aromatherapy class, I’d just like to remind you that your class never expires—you can log into Aromahead to read over the materials and make the recipes as many times as you like! If you have not […]

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I’m so excited to tell you about my newest video class  “How To Protect Your Family from Colds and Flu Using Essential Oils!” About 15 years ago, I started using essential oils for self care, and I came up with some incredibly effective recipes that really worked to keep me free of colds all year. It’s […]

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3 Plants for Your Aromatic Garden

by Andrea on October 27, 2014

Plant ideas for when you start planning your garden. I like to try new plants in my garden, but I also have long-time favorites that I come back to again and again. Right now is harvest time in some parts of the world. People are bringing in squash and vegetables, and are protecting their gardens […]

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