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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.
This diffuser necklace is a fantastic way to have your favorite oil on the go with you all day. Not only is it a beautiful piece of jewelry, it opens like a locket enabling you to insert a small refill pad with a few drops of oil on it. This would make a lovely gift for any aromatherapy enthusiast or even someone who loves to keep their favorite scent close by.
Include one or many fragrant oils, like eucalyptus oil, grapefruit oil, etc., also called solvent extractions. There are 'absolutes' that are essence oils extracted from flowers and delicate plant tissues. They also include the essences of fragrant butters and enfleurage pommades. There are 'phytoncides' or voltile organic compounds that kill microbes. Among these, 'allium' is not desirable due to its disagreeable odors. You can include hydrosols; the aqueous by products.
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Aromatherapy is an alternative medicine application involving the use of volatile liquid plant material. The extracted essential oils from plants are used as mood and health enhancers, and pain relievers. The chemical compositions of aromatherapy essential oils differ from herbal products, due to the distillation process, which extracts only the lighter phyto-molecules in the base material. Essential oils are potent with sesquiterpenes, esters, monoterpenes, hydrocarbons, and organic sulfides.

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Aromatherapy can be traced back to the ancient Egyptians who extracted oils and essences from plants and used them for trade. Today oils are used not only for their physical effects but are also linked with other therapies to facilitate holistic health. These gifts cover a range of ideas for those who like to use oils for their own health as well as the practitioner – something for everyone at every level.
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