Essential Oils

Aromahead’s June Newsletter

by Andrea Butje on June 24, 2015

From Andrea: My Trip to Morocco A while back, I went to Morocco. I think my favorite part of the trip was taking photos to capture the incredible people, the spices, the food, and the color. It’s hard to convey the vibrant energy of Morocco in words, so I thought it would be fun to […]

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The best essential oils for bruises Do you bruise easily? I have a friend who is always walking into the corner of her coffee table, and so her lower legs always seem to be black and blue. If this sounds familiar, I have a recipe for you! Instead of getting rid of your coffee table, […]

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An aromatherapy inhaler is a way for you to take essential oils with you on the go. You can’t carry a diffuser everywhere, but an aromatherapy inhaler fits in your pocket, a bag, a desk drawer, or the car. (They’re great for the office, where co-workers might not appreciate essential oils diffused in a shared […]

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Essential Oil Diffuser Blends for Energy!

by Andrea Butje on March 30, 2015

Essential oil diffuser blends for energy are great natural pick-me-ups. Does it surprise you to know that one of the first things I look forward to when I wake up is diffusing essential oils? Sound familiar? I love the way they fill the house with beautiful scent. I also love the way they help my […]

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My favorite ways to use aromatherapy for allergy relief Allergies can occur all year round. But every year around this time, I get more people than usual asking me about aromatherapy for allergy relief. I’ve written a lot of blog posts about this very topic, and have even hosted webinars to teach people how to […]

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Four Important Points About Essential Oil Safety

by Andrea Butje on March 2, 2015

I’ve written about essential oil safety in the past, but I always think it’s a topic worth revisiting. Essential oils come from plants, but this doesn’t mean every essential oil is right for every person. They are very concentrated substances, and while they do have amazing health-supporting qualities, they should always be treated with respect. […]

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