Rosemary Body Scrub Recipe

Rosemary Body Scrub Recipe Invigorate your skin with this body scrub leaving a smooth, nice glow. What You Will Need: ¼ Cup Sea Salts ¼ Cup Cornmeal 1/3 Cup Olive Oil (or another favorite carrier oil) 4 Drops Peppermint Essential Oil 4 Drops Rosemary Essential Oil Bowl What To Do: 1. Combine sea salts and cornmeal in a bowl. 2. Add warmed olive oil and essential oils, then add to the dry ingredients. 3. Use…

Muscle Aches and Pains Treatment

Muscle Aches and Pains Treatment Gently massage into muscles to relieve pain. What You Will Need: 2 Drops Lavender Essential Oil 2 Drops Rosemary Essential Oil Massage Oil Base (carrier oil) What To Do: 1. Add four drops of essential oils to 4 teaspoons of massage oil (carrier oil). 2. Massage into muscles for aches and pain.   ________________________________________________________________________________ Aromatherapy Online Courses Sign up for our aromatherapy online courses and start right away. Aroma Hut…

Essential Oils for Inflammation | Aroma Hut Institute

Essential Oils for Inflammation

Essential oils for inflammation can be very useful in the treatment for inflammation. Inflammation is caused from various conditions: bacteria, poor diet, chemicals, hormonal imbalance, or physical injury. When blood vessels leading to the heart are damaged and clogged, a protein is released into the bloodstream called C-reactive protein. The level of this protein indicates the degree of inflammation in the linings of the arteries. Certain essential oils have been documented to be excellent for…

Essential Oils Safety Guidelines

Because they contain no fatty acids, essential oils are not susceptible to rancidity like vegetable oils – but protect them from the degenerative effects of heat, light and air, store them in tightly sealed, dark glass bottles away from any heat source. Properly stored oils can maintain their quality for years. (Citrus oils are less stable and should not be stored longer than six months after opening.)