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The Aromatherapy Articles & Guides area, also known as the Aromatherapy Article Archive, provides an extensive collection of aromatherapy and essential oil articles, guides and tips.

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Introduction to Aromatherapy Aromatic Ingredients
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Aromatic Ingredients Aromatherapy Articles

In aromatherapy, only pure and natural essential oils, absolutes, floral waters, resins, carrier oils, infused oils, herbs and other natural substances are used. Read about the natural ingredients used in aromatherapy:

  • What are Fragrance Oils?
    Fragrance oils and products containing synthetic compounds are not used in the practice of holistic aromatherapy. Read the explanation here.
  • What are Flower Essences (Flower Remedies)?
    Because the term Flower Essence is similar to the term Essential Oil, individuals sometimes get the terms confused. For this reason, I'll briefly introduce and describe Flower Essences within this article.

Aromatherapy Safety Information

Essential oils must be treated with respect and care. Learn more about the safety precautions that you need to take within these must-read articles:

Aromatherapy for Emotional Well-Being

Although aromatherapy should not be considered a miracle cure for serious emotional issues, the use of essential oils can assist, sometimes greatly, with particular emotional issues. Learn more within this article.

Working With and Blending Thick Aromatic Oils

Most essential oils are thin in viscosity, meaning they are almost of a water-like consistency. Some CO2s, absolutes, balsams, resins and other botanical aromatics, however, can be nearly solid at room temperature and are much harder to work with, measure and blend. This article describes and explores the options for working with thick oils.

What's In a Name?

That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. At first glance, the term aromatherapy seems straightforward enough. How confusing can the combination of two simple everyday words such as aroma and therapy be? In reality, the term aromatherapy leads to two false assumptions. Learn more within this thought provoking article.

Aromatherapy Education

Find out about all the ways that you can learn more about aromatherapy and the pros and cons for each. Includes tips and guidance on how to select an appropriate distance learning aromatherapy course.

How to Shop for Oils and Products Aromatherapy Applications
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Caring for Your Essential Oils Aromatherapy Reference
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Aromatherapy for Men Aromatherapy for Romance
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Aromatherapy for Romance Articles
  • Aromatherapy for Romance
    Aromatherapy, natural botanicals and natural fragrancing all tantalize our sense of smell. They play a significant role within romance, love and intimacy. Take a look within this article.
  • Setting the Mood
    Preciously fragranced room sprays, body mists, bath oils, massage oils, and other natural aromatics can enhance a romantic evening or add variety and intrigue to your marriage. Read on for ideas.
  • Aromatherapy Aphrodisiacs
    Learn about sensual essential oils and aphrodisiacs.
Aromatherapy Blending Guide Verifying Essential Oil Quality
Blending Essential Oils Guide
Verifying Essential Oil Quality and Purity Articles
Spirituality & Enlightenment Chakras & Aromatherapy
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