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    In addition to our collection of aromatherapy, we also offer aromatherapy consultations. An aromatherapy consultation includes an initial survey, followed by an assessment and review of your submission. A care plan is and a customized aromatherapy product is then sent to you. Optional follow up appointments are available. Consultations can be done either in person or via phone. This consultation is perfect for determining the best fit oils for a wide range of issues including pain, respiratory, moods & sleep, allergies, digestive, immune support and much more. 60 Minutes: $ 45.00 (Initial Consultation) 30 Minute Follow-Up: $ 20.00 Cost includes the following: -One consultation -One aromatherapy product blend

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    In addition to our collection of aromatherapy, we also offer aromatherapy consultations. An aromatherapy consultation includes an initial survey, followed by an assessment and review of your submission. A care plan is and a customized aromatherapy product is then sent to you at 50% off. Optional follow up appointments are available. Consultations can be done either in person or via phone. This consultation is perfect for determining the best fit oils for a wide range of issues including pain, respiratory, moods & sleep, allergies, digestive, immune support and much more. 20 Minute Phone Consult: $25 and 50% off first blend 30 Minute Follow-Up: $ 20.00 Cost includes the following: -One consultation -One aromatherapy product blend at discount

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    What is AromaTouch Massage Technique AromaTouch Massage Technique is a clinical approach to applying essential oils. Dr. David Hill, a leading expert in integrative medicine and therapeutic application of essential oils, developed the AromaTouch technique. AromaTouch Massage improves wellbeing by reducing physical and emotional stressors and supports healthy autonomic function. The technique uses dōTERRA’s Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade (CPTG) essential oils for an unparalleled grounding experience for recipients. Unlike traditional Aromatherapy Massage, the AromaTouch Massage Technique utilizes eight specific essential oils and blends to promote relaxation and stress relief, offer immune support, decrease pain and inflammation and elevate mood. Essential oils applied along energy lines and on reflexology points stimulate homeostasis and balance in the body. What Are The Benefits Of AromaTouch Massage Technique | AromaTouch Massage Technique will maximize the benefits of the essential oils used, stimulate the body and energy centers and balance body systems and function. The aromatic compounds in essential oils are so small in molecular size that, when applied, they work very quickly on your autonomic nervous system. Furthermore, AromaTouch Massage Technique can be especially beneficial for those with chronic issues such as: • Diabetes • Cancer • Arthritis • Rheumatism • Gout • Carpel Tunnel • Multiple Sclerosis (MS) • Osteoporosis • Neurological Disease • Cardiovascular Disease • Pulmonary Disease • Back Pain • Fibromyalgia • Auto-immune system disease.

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  • Essential Oils Safety for Children and Babies ( Adapted from Robert Tisserand)

    Safe Oils for that can be diffused for children 2 and Under The recommended dilution ratio for this age group is .25% (1 drop per 4 teaspoons carrier oil). I would not apply essential oils topically to a child under three months old. As essential oil experts Robert Tisserand says: "Great caution is necessary for infants. Since neonatal skin does not mature until three months of age, it is more sensitive and more permeable to essential oils. These cautions apply even more to premature babies, and here it would be prudent to avoid all use of essential oils." (Essential Oil Safety ,p.48-49) Oils should be (diluted) topical application in children two and under! - Basil linalool (Ocimum basilicum) - Relaxing, mood lifting, helpful for soothing sore muscles - Bergamot (Citrusbergamia) - Bright, clean, uplifting citrus scent. Bergamot is phototoxic unless you purchase one that is filtered to be bergaptine-free. If 
not using bergaptine-free, a maximum dilution of 0.4% (about 5 drops in 4 tablespoons carrier oil) is recommended to avoid phototoxicity. (source: 
Essential Oil Safety) - Black pepper (Piper nigrum) - Helpful for soothing achy muscles - Blue tansy (Tanacetum annuum) -Also called Moroccan blue chamomile, this oil has skin soothing properties. It may also promote feelings of being 
clear-headed when pollen counts are high. - Catnip (Nepeta cataria) - Relaxing. Supports restful sleep. Also very useful in homemade bug spray. - Cedarwood Atlantica (Cedrusatlantica) - Calming, smells amazing in my Wild Vanilla No. 2 Solid Perfume Recipe. Skin soothing. - CedarwoodVirginian (Juniperusvirginiana) woodsy scent, relaxing and good for skin. It's also one of the recommended oils in 
chest rub. - Chamomile/German(MatricariachamomillaL)-Relaxing, helpful for sleep, may support clear thinking when pollen counts are high - Chamomile/Roman(Chamaemelumnobile)-Relaxing, helpful for sleep, helpful for soothing sore muscles - Cinnamon leaf (Cinnamomum verum) - NOT cinnamon bark. Smells lovely when diffused during the holidays. Can have a warming effect when applied to 
the skin, but it can cause irritation if too high a concentration is used. The maximum recommended dilution in Essential Oil Safety is 0.6% (about 7 drops 
in four tablespoons carrier oil) - Citronella (Cymbopogon winterianus) - Great addition to homemade bug spray. Can also be used to make outdoor citronella candles. - Clary sage (Salvia sclarea) - Helpful for relaxation and restful sleep. - Copaiba balsam (Copaifera officinalis) - Supports healthy respiratory function and soothes achy muscles. - Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) - Soothes upset tummy's and calms emotions. - Cypress (Cupressussempervirens) - Supports healthy respiratory function. Thought to have an emotionally grounding effect during challenging 
experiences. - Dill weed (Anethum graveolens) - Helpful for digestion. Supports immune function. The maximum recommended dilution for this oil is 1.2% (about 7 
drops in two tablespoons carrier oil) - Eucalyptus, lemon (Eucalyptuscitriodora) - Mood lifting, supports healthy respiratory function, and can also be used in homemade bug spray - Fir needle (Abiessibirica) - Supports healthy respiratory function - Frankincense carteri (Boswellia carteri) - Immune support, helpful for soothing cuts, bruises and other injuries, relaxing, also thought to promote youthful 
looking skin - Frankincense frereana (Boswellia frereana) - Immune support, helpful for soothing cuts, bruises and other injuries, relaxing, also thought to promote 
youthful looking skin - Frankincense serrata (Boswellia serrata) - Calming, thought to promote youthful looking skin - Geranium bourbon (Pelargonium x asperum) - Very helpful in homemade tick spray - Ginger root CO2 extract (Zingiber officinalis) - Helpful for digestion and soothing sore muscles - Grapefruit/Pink(Citrusxparadisi)-Uplifting.Can cause photosensitivity. Maximum recommended topical use is 4% (24dropsintwotablespoonscarrier 
oil) - Helichrysum italicum (Helichrysum italicum) - Considered one of the top oils for promoting youthful skin, helpful for scars, and supportive of the immune 
system. Rare and somewhat expensive. - Helichrysum splendidum (Helichrysum splendidum) - Considered beneficial for skin, but not as much as Helichrysum italicum. Supports healthy 
respiratory function. - Juniper berry (Juniperuscommunis) - Calming, supports healthy respiratory function - Lavandin (Lavandula x intermedia) - Calming - Lavender (Lavandula augustifolia)- Calming, helpful for soothing bug bites, sunburns, and other skin irritations - Lemon/expeller-pressed (Citrusxlimon)- Mood-lifting, supports immune function. Can cause photosensitivity. Maximum recommended topical use is 2% 
(12 drops in two tablespoons carrier oil) - Lime/expeller-pressed(Citrusxaurantifolia)-Uplifting,supportsimmunefunction.Cancausephotosensitivity.Maximumrecommendedtopicaluseis 
0.7% (about 4 drops in two tablespoons carrier oil) - Mandarin (Citrusreticulata) - Calming - Marjoram/Sweet(Origanummajorana)-Relaxing,helpfulforsleep. - Neroli (Citrusx aurantium var.amara) - Often used in skincare products due to it's ability to promote beautiful skin. Thought to be helpful for easing 
emotional tension. - Orange, Blood (Citrussinensis) - Mood lifting - Orange, sweet (Citrussinensis) - Mood lifting - Palmarosa(Cymbopogonmartiniivarmotia)-Digestive support, skin soothing - Patchouli (Pogostemon Cablin) - Thought to promote the appearance of youthful skin. Great addition to men's personal care products, like homemade 
deodorant or body wash. - Petitgrain(Citrusxaurantium)- beneficial for skin ,especially oily skin. - Pine (PinusSylvestris) - Supports healthy respiratory function and soothes sore muscles - Rosalina (Melaleuca ericifolia) - Supports healthy respiratory function (similar to eucalyptus) - Sandalwood/Australian(Santalumspicatum)-Calming, helpful for oily skin Spearmint (Mentha spicata) - Similar to peppermint, but safer for use with small children. Helpful for digestion. Maximum recommended topical use is 1.7% (about 10 drops in two tablespoons carrier oil) - Spruce (Tsuga canadensis) - Supports healthy respiratory function. - Tangerine (Citrusreticulata) - Immune support. Bright, uplifting citrus scent - Tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) - Immune support, helpful for cuts and scrapes. Also considered helpful for acne-prone skin. - Turmeric rhizome CO2 extract (Curcuma longa) - Soothes joint discomfort - Vanilla CO2 extract (Vanilla planfolia) - Smells amazing in myvanilla body spray recipe, which I spritz on my kids hair after they bathe. Essential Oils that are Safe for diffusing around Children 2 and Under - Jasmineabsolute(Jasminumsambac)-Calming - Lemongrass (Cymbopogon flexuosus) - Clean citrus scent. Great addition to homemade bug spray. - Ylang ylang (Cananga odorata) - Relaxing. Helpful when you're in de-stress mode. Special Cases Eucalyptus Radiata and Eucalyptus Globulus These oils contain - which contains a constituent called 1.8 cineole. Too much can sometimes act negatively on the temperature receptors of children's lungs and cause slowed breathing, so it's often avoided. However, for children under three, Robert Tisserand says that eucalyptus globula and radiata can be diffused (1-2 drops) and applied topically at a concentration of 0.5% (2 drops in 4 teaspoons carrier oil). 
 Do not apply to the skin of children under 6. The difference in this category is that many of the oils designated previously designated as "for diffusing only," . . . . - Jasmine absolute (Jasminum sambac) - Max dermal use of 0.7% (about 4 drops in two tablespoons carrier oil) - Lemongrass (Cymbopogon flexuosus) - Max dermal use of 0.6% (about 7 drops in four tablespoons carrier oil) - Ylang ylang (Cananga odorata) - Max dermal use of 0.8% (about 5 drops in two tablespoons carrier oil). It can be applied topically - when properly diluted - after age two. Unless otherwise noted, the recommended dilution ratio for this age group is 1% . (1 drop per teaspoon of carrier oil) Special Cases: Peppermint and Eucalyptus Essential Oils Another favorite for respiratory support is peppermint, which also contains the consitituent (1.8, cineole) that sometimes act negatively on the temperature receptors of children's lungs and cause slowed breathing. According to Robert Tisserand, peppermint can be diffused with care around 3-6 year olds and applied topically at a concentration of 0.5% (2 drops in 4 teaspoons carrier oil). In the comment section of the above post, he clarified that "with care" means about two drops in the diffuser. 
For eucalyptus, he recommends a 1% maximum dilution of eucalyptus globula or radiata (4 drops in 4 teaspoons carrier oil) for children ages three to six. You can find a children's chest rub recipe that follows these guidelines here. Essential Oils That Are Considered Safe For Children 6 to 10 This category includes every oil in the previous categories, but after age six it is considered appropriate to apply peppermint, eucalyptus radiata, and eucalyptus globulus at a dilution ratio of 1.5% . (1 drop per teaspoon of carrier oil) 
Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is also considered appropriate after age six . List adapted from Mommypotomus.

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  • Therapeutic Properties of Essential Oils (Referenced)

    Therapeutic Properties of Essential Oils According to Jennifer Rhind in the book entitled, Essential Oils; A Handbook for Aromatherapy Practice (2012), the most referenced therapeutic properties highly supported with scientific research are; analgesic, anti-fungal, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, digestive, diuretic, immuno-stimulant, sedative and antispasmodic properties. Rhind (2012) goes on her to describe a molecular approach to prescribing essential oils. This means looking at the functional groups and their properties to prescribe essential oils. I am all about this method of prescribing oils. Most of the following essential oil properties and therapeutic uses were taken from a literature Review of Essential Oil Properties by Karuppayil and Raut, (2015). Others are taken from Jennifer Rhind in the book entitled, Essential Oil, A Handbook for Aromatherapy Practice or American College of Healthcare Science textbook Materia Medica, Monographs of essential oils. Analgesic Properties: used to treat pain. According to Rhind (2012), eucalyptus, bay, vetiver, black pepper and pine are used to treat arthritis. She states that analgesics oils to support dental pain are peppermint and clove (Rhind 2012). Also, bergamot is used for sciatica pain as well as insect bites, while, black pepper is used to treat pain from arthritis, rheumatism, sprains, stiffness, and even hangovers and headaches. Niaouli is also good at relieving pain from headaches (Materia Medica 2016). Rhind, talks about roman chamomile as a good all-purpose good pain reliever and clary sage as a good alternative to help with pain from menstrual cramps. Lavender has been used in post-operative patients to reduce the amount of opioid ingestion. Geranium and rose is an effective topical analgesic while, ginger and vetiver are also good for muscular aches and spasms (Rhind 2012). Anticancer: prevents or inhibits the growth of cancer. Karuppayil and Raut (2015) discuss in their Essential Oil Review that terpenoids, as well as polyphenol constituents prevent tumor growth. They wrote that palmarosa oil interferes with cell membrane function and cell signaling in cancer cells. The referenced a chinese herb called Cang Zhu, has shown to prevent malignant tumors. Furthermore, citral a chemical in lemongrass has shown promising signs of preventing liver cancer. Garlic, lemon balm and tea tree are also known for anticancer properties. (Karuppayil and Raut, 2015). Antifungal: that resists and stops mold and fungus growth. In general oils high in phenyl propanoids like eugenol and hemonocyclics sesquiterpene alcohols such as, bisabolol inhibit fungus growth. Coriander, anise, and fennel, work against yeasts while, cinnamon, lemongrass, Japanese mint, ginger grass, geranium and clove oils were the best a working against C. albicans bacteria. Lemongrass was effective against filamentous fungi, and orange, lemon, mandarin and grapefruit oil stop the growth of Aspergillus niger, A. flavus, Penicillium verrucosum and P. chrysogenum. In general, different oils work for different fungus growth (Karuppayil and Raut, 2015). Antibacterial: means it prevents infection and bacteria growth. Generally, essential oils with phenolics and aldehydes exhibit antibacterial properties. Manuka, vetiver and sandalwood work against gram positive bacteria. Studies support black caraway, rose geranium and oregano, bay, clove, lemongrass, oregano and thyme inhibit growth of Escherichia coli. While, Rosemary, Thyme, peppermint, lemongrass, clove bay prevents Staphylococcus aureus. Garlic, lemon myrtle and tea-tree oil work against methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus. In general, cinnamon, lemongrass, bay, lemon myrtle, clove, rosewood, are effective in preventing all bacteria growth. Like fungus growth, certain oils are effective at inhibiting different types of bacteria growth (Karuppayil and Raut, 2015). Anti-inflammatory: reduces and prevents swelling and inflammation. Bowles (2004) describes, some acids, esters, lactones, oxides sesquiterpenes and sequesterpenols as antimilitary. Camwood, lavender angustifolia and officinalis, mint, eucalyptus, rosemary, lavender, pine, clove and myrrh, as well as aloe-vera, anise star, bergamot, cinnamon leaf, juniper berry, thyme, and ylang-ylang all have anti-inflammatory properties. (Karuppayil and Raut, 2015). Antiviral: prevents virus growth. In general, essential oils high in is monoterpenes, sesquiterpene and phenylpropanoid are antiviral. (Karuppayil et al 2015). Melaleuca oil, German chamomile, pine, clove, tea tree and lemon balm are said to treat the herpes virus. (Karuppayil et al 2015). Oregano oil is said to work against yellow fever (Karuppayil and Raut, 2015). According to Materia Medica (2016), rosemary, patchouli sandalwood and basil are known to treat herpes. While patchouli, Cinnamon, pine, immortelle, garlic, clove juniper, bergamot and black pepper, rosemary and yarrow to treat viral cold infections. Jasmine and Ravensara has been used for hepatitis support. Niaouli has been used to treat shingles. Patchouli has showing promising effective in treating influenza. (Materia Medica 2016). Antioxidant: prevents oxidative stress of free radicals that cause damage to cells. In general, flavonoids, terpenoids and phenolic constituents of essential of exhibit significant antioxidant effects. Oil that are good antioxidants are marjoram, turmeric, arrowroot, lemon balm, melaleuca, white turmeric, basil, peppermint, cumin, thyme, sage, and S. multicaulis a low growing shrub common to Turkey (Karuppayil and Raut, 2015). Anise, bergamot, clove, cinnamon, neroli, bay rosemary, rose are also good antioxidants (Materia Medica 2016). Digestive: this aids the digestion of food and helps with indigestion Oil from apiacea family such as angelica, anise, carrot, celery, coriander, cumin, dill fennel, parsley, parsnip, are used to increase gastric secretions from gallbladder and improve liver function. (Rhind 2012). A digestant aids the digestive process and an indigestant helps when there are issues with digestion such as flatulence and muscle spasms from the digestive process. Chamomile, cinnamon, coriander, fennel, garlic, ginger, grapefruit, lavender, and lemon neroli, nutmeg, peppermint, rose, spearmint, spikenard are good digestants. Clove, fennel, caraway, coriander, garlic, ginger, juniper, lavender, patchouli, peppermint, thyme are all good for indigestion (Materia Medica 2016). Immunostimulant: stimulate the immune system. Many monoterpenes are known to be immune system boosters. Lemon oil boosts immune system by supporting regeneration of white blood cells. Pine, basil, elemi, rose, German chamomile, Ravensara, geranium, niaouli, neroli and clove and atlas cedarwood have shown to boost immune system. Antibacterial essential oils may support the lymphatic and immune systems which in return are good immune system stimulants (Materia Medica 20160. Sedative: calming properties Roman Chamomile and Lavender angustifolia are high in esters and said to have calming effects. (Bowles 2004). Bay, bergamot, cinnamon, clary sage, geranium, cardamom, cypress, neroli sandalwood, cedarwood, vetiver ylang, ylang are oils that have sedative properties (Materia Medica 2016) References: Joy Bowles. (2004). The Chemistry of Aromatherapeutic Oils, Allen & Unwin Academic, 2004 (3rd Edition) Petersen, D. (2015). Aromatherapy materiamedica essential oil monographs: Part 1. Portland, OR: American College of Healthcare Sciences, Rhind, J.P. (2012). Essential Oils: A Handbook for Aromatherapy Practice (2nd ed.). London, UK: Singing Dragon. Sankunny Mohan Karuppayil, Jayant Shankar Raut, (2015) A status Review on the Medicinal Properties of Essential Oils Sponsored School of Life Sciences, University, Nanded, 431606MS, India

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