Friday Fun: Reading Roundup on Essential Oils

Friday Fun Reading Roundup on Essential Oils

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This post was most recently updated on February 25th, 2018

Friday Fun

 

Fridays will be a day of fun at

Ancient Arts Aromatherapy!

 

Today we will be featuring some reads to help expand your knowledge base, and pique your interest!

Here at Ancient Arts, we want to provide information to help you make your own decisions on Essential Oils. Yes, there are a ton of ways to use them, but every person is different. Knowing that everyone is different, so just like that magic diet or perfect pill (is there such a thing?), Essential Oils are unique to the person using them.

We found this article

Are Essential Oils BS?

This article covers some basic information and quotes studies, and we liked this information:

“If you’re feeling confused, stick with the basics. “Lavender oil is a great EO for beginners. You can inhale it before sleeping, pour a few drops into a diffuser, or rub it onto your pressure points (neck, wrists, and other places where your pulse is most prominent). Plenty of studies have been done on lavender oil to demonstrate its efficacy,” Trattner says.”

 

VIDEO  – Aromahead Institute, School of Essential Oil Studies

And because sometimes watching is easier than reading… We like this video from Aromahead Institute, School of Essential Oil Studies. We attended the recent Webinar, and are looking forward to sharing more information from this excellent resource!

 

And, Last but not least…..

Dr. Josh Axe has this very interesting article on

Lavender Essential Oil

10 Lavender Oil Benefits for Both Major Diseases & Minor Ailments by 

Lavender oil benefits - Dr. Axe

 

And yes – we are sharing these great reads and video, to help you expand your knowledge base and make your own informed decisions.

 

Always keep this in mind:

“Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family.”

Kofi Annan

 

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