Guest Posts

We’re so excited to feature this Aromahead graduate spotlight–a guest post by Traci Dalrymple, founder of Kokokahn.   My story begins nine years ago in Japan, where I was first introduced to the use of essential oils as part of natural healing and wellness. During my time in Japan I took a trip to Bali, […]

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The International Journal of Clinical Aromatherapy is an excellent professional journal, recognized among the most authoritative and informational publications on the topic. I asked editor Rhiannon Harris to tell us about the journal’s history, content and goals.   Hi Rhiannon! Can you tell us about the IJCA? The International Journal of Clinical Aromatherapy started in […]

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Handmade Holiday Gifts with Essential Oils

by Maria on October 5, 2009

With the holiday season coming up, you may be thinking about putting together blends as gifts for your friends and loved ones. Handmade gifts with essential oils can be a wonderful way to show your appreciation without breaking your budget. Did you know that each month, Aromatics International puts several products on sale? It never […]


Preventing Colds and Flu

by Andrea on September 20, 2009

A guest post by Cindy Black. For more from Cindy, stop by her blog at the Meridian Massage Institute. There is plenty of concern these days about the H1N1 Swine Flu. I’ve been getting many questions about preventing colds and flu from friends and clients as they go to work in schools, public and private […]


I have learned some amazing things while working with essential oils in my home, which I would like to share with you. I started dabbling with essential oils after being given a bottle of Lavender. I’m thinking this is probably where everyone starts their adventure into this amazing field! My first very important lesson was […]


Today’s guest post is by Aromahead graduate, Kim Brooker. In the past, smells and scents never really meant a lot to me. Sure, I’d smile when inhaling jasmine flowers in my garden, feel relaxed when I used my lavender bath salts, and conjure up memories of my childhood up north when I smelled a pine […]