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How to Mix Essential Oils

If you make an appointment with a trained aromatherapist, you will find that he or she will take time to ask you in some...

How to Use Essential Oils

Essential oils work on two distinct levels, the psychological and the physical. Imagine some of your favorite aromas. How do they make you feel?...

Nutmeg Essential Oil

Nutmeg is native to the Middle East and the West Indies, and is cultivated in the West Indies, Indonesia and Sri Lanka. The tree...

Palmarosa Essential Oil

The plant Palmarosa is a relative of lemongrass and citronella, coming from the same plant family, Gramineae. It is also related to ginger-grass -...

Parsley Essential Oil

Parsley is either grown as a biennial or a perennial, although the latter will not live for many years. It is native to the...

Patchouli Essential Oil

Patchouli belongs to the family Lamiaceae (Labiatae) and is tall, bushy herb with large aromatic leaves. It is native to tropical Asia. It is...

Peppermint Essential Oil

There are several different varieties of mint: peppermint and spearmint are the two that are used in aromatherapy. Peppermint is a perennial herb, a...

Scots Pine Essential Oil

Pinus sylvestris, more commonly known as Scots pine, is a tall evergreen native to Britain where it was long ago the main species in...

Cabbage Rose Essential Oil

There are two main varieties of rose that are used for the production of essential oil for aromatherapy. Rosa centifolia, or cabbage rose, and...

Myrtle Essential Oil

Myrtle is a large bush, growing to a height of as much as 15 feet (4.5 meters), which is native to North Africa but...