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Managing the effects of Alzheimer’s and Dementia with Aromatherapy

  Alzheimer’s disease is defined as a neurodegenerative disease characterized by a progressive cognitive deterioration together with declining activities of daily living and behavioral changes. It is described as a disease where the victims suffer the loss of qualities that define human existence. It is the most common type of dementia. Unfortunately, there is no…

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Invite Rebecca For An Aromatherapy Certification Near Me

Looking for an aromatherapy certification near me? Why not gather a group of essential oil lovers together and invite Rebecca Totilo to teach your team or group aromatherapy certification in person? This Live Class is for those who are interested in learning the foundational principles of aromatherapy and are seeking to become qualified in the…

Pain Management With Essential Oils

By Dan Keller, PhD. C.A. Pain, even the very word hurts to hear. And most people find it undesirable and look quickly for a way to eliminate or minimize it. Some pain issues can be addressed at the root cause and stop the problem causing the pain; those being cystitis, bronchitis, and such intermittent types…

The Use of Aromatherapy in Pain Management

by Alana Allen, CA Abstract Many people experience pain at different levels ranging from mild, moderate, or severe. How a person handles pain is determine on what pain relief methods they use. Pain can result from a number of different forms such as, exercise, moving furniture, sports accident, surgery, or from an acute or chronic…

Essential Oils and Eczema: Usage and Benefits

By Dana Laskowski Do you or someone you know have eczema? Eczema is a general term for dermatitis which simply means inflammation of the skin according to the national eczema association. Dictionary.com defines eczema as a medical condition in which patches of skin become rough and inflamed, with blisters that cause itching and bleeding, sometimes…