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I love inhalers! Aromatherapy inhalers are easy to make, inexpensive, and simple to carry around. I’ve come up with a few recipes over the years that I make over and over again. I’ve found that having these on hand gives me a wonderful feeling of being supported in my life, especially when things get a […]

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5 Salt Scrubs I Love

by Andrea on May 25, 2010

Want to know some of my favorite blends for salt scrubs? I leave mine right in the shower or by the tub, and use them every few days. If I want to use them on my face, I substitute the salt for brown sugar and the rest of the recipe stays the same.     […]

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Eucalyptus Dives

by Andrea on January 12, 2010

Eucalyptus dives is a unique essential oil that I love having in my collection. It’s especially good for reducing thick mucus–great for that cold or flu that you just can’t shake and the congestion is driving you crazy! You can steam with it, put it into a chest rub, dilute it in an unscented lotion […]

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The Genus Cinnamomum

by Andrea on August 6, 2009

I’m always fascinated by plants and essential oils with the same genus and different species. We find this with common oils such as Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus, radiata and dives), Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia and latifolia), Myrrh and Opopanax (Commiphora myrrha and Commiphora guidotti). Let’s look at two amazing yet less popular essential oils: Tamala essential oil […]

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Aromatics International features over 100 aromatherapy recipes formulated personally by a clinical aromatherapist with over a decade of experience. On their recipes page, you can browse by ailment or intention—making it easier than ever to put your essential oil collection to good use. The aromatherapy recipes area features a broad selection of recipes treating everything […]

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