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Aromatherapy Notes · 6d ago

Different Types of Rose Extractions

Tweet Continuing my series of blog posts on rose, this week I am looking at the myriad of options available for using rose as an extraction – as an oil, absolute, hydrosol, and other type of...
Aromatherapy Notes · 1W ago

Rose Hip Carrier Oil for Aromatherapy Blends

Tweet Rose hip oil, also known as rose hip seed oil, is extracted from the seeds of a wild rose bush of the Rosa species. It should not be confused with other types of “rose oil,” including ...
Aromatherapy Notes · 2W ago

An Introduction to Rose

Tweet Rose. A small, yet powerful, word, and plant. Rose has been adored by Kings and Queens, given in love by endless suitors, and examined by perfumers for years in an attempt to distingui...
Aromatherapy Notes · 3W ago

Three Aromatic Blends for Spring

Tweet In the conclusion of my trilogy of the Seeds of Spring, my final post is three simple aromatic blends for spring, based on a combination of my previous posts on dill and fennel, and se...
Aromatherapy Notes · 1M ago

Seed Carrier Oils for Aromatherapy

Tweet Seeds are the beginnings of many aromatic plants which are later used in aromatherapy as an essential oil or hydrosol. However, some plant seeds are cold-pressed to produce a carrier o...
Aromatherapy Notes · 1M ago

Aromatics: The Difference Between Dill and Fennel

Tweet As a plant, and as an essential oil, dill and fennel can be easily confused. They both belong to the Apiaceae plant family but, although similar in appearance, have slightly (yet some ...
Aromatherapy Notes · 1M ago

Sedona Aromatics Retreat and Workshop 2017: Secrets from the Aromatic Garden and Stillroom

Tweet I am very excited to announce that I will be holding my first two day aromatics retreat and workshop here in Sedona, Arizona in September 2017! It will probably come as no surprise to ...
Aromatherapy Notes · 1M ago

A Sensory Garden with Fragrant Plants

Tweet A sensory garden is a garden that is designed to stimulate all of of basic senses: Sight, smell, touch, taste, and hearing. Fragrant plants are an ideal addition to such a garden as, a...
Aromatherapy Notes · 2M ago

Three Simple Aromatic Blends from the Garden

Tweet In the final post of my trilogy on the aromatic garden, I am sharing with you three simple aromatic blends that can be created directly from your garden! From the planting of the first...
Aromatherapy Notes · 2M ago

How Aroma Plays a Role in the Healing Garden

Tweet In the second part of my aromatic garden trilogy of posts, I am today writing about how aroma plays a role in the healing garden. Although it may sound obvious to some, the role of aro...