Author Jen O’Sullivan is well-regarded in the aromatherapy world for her online education group called The Human Body and Essential Oils. In this easy to understand reference guide, she details the French Aromatherapy method, a holistic approach that includes external and internal body usage as well as scents. This book contains 300 clear recipes to turn you into an aromatherapy goddess.
Looking for an interesting gift idea: try and create a customized aromatherapy gift basket from natural aromatherapy products or order one from a vendor or an online site. Mainly two factors need to be kept in mind while choosing an aromatherapy gift basket. The first being the person\’s taste and health conditions and the second is your budget. As the baskets are diverse in nature and can be personalized to suit your requirements, you should be clear about your preferences when choosing the aromatherapy products. Deciding the ingredients of an aromatherapy gift basket can be tricky as there are umpteen numbers of products to choose from. You could choose a theme and base the choice of products around it.
For an aromatherapy gift basket, considering lemon oil is also wise, as it serves as an anti-stress agent. Tea tree oil and thyme oil can also be a part of the gift too. Tea tree oil is used externally as an anti - fungal, antiviral, antimicrobial, anti - parasitic, and antiseptic. Include Geranium oil, as it is an astringent, antiseptic, and a diuretic.
Travelling with jars of oils is now much easier, safer and convenient with this carrying case. The cotton canvas case is padded on the outside with a sturdy handle on the top, ensuring your oils stay upright and avoid leakage. Inside, the case has plastic coated, padded dividers to hold 30 of your 15ml bottles plus two larger sections each holding a further six bottles or larger items. It is the ideal gift for anyone with a large collection of oils.