Essential Oil and Aromatherapy Resources and Links
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Essential Oil & Aromatherapy Organizations
The Alliance of International Aromatherapists is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting skilled, responsible uses of essential oils. We serve aromatherapists, healthcare providers and the public.
Good source for herbal information.
Aromatherapy United is dedicated towards supporting the "safe, appropriate and ethical use of essential oils."
The Aromatic Plant Project is a non-profit aromatherapy,organic hydrosol and essential oil education organization supporting American agriculture.
The National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA) is an educational, nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing public awareness of the benefits of true aromatherapy.
The United Aromatherapy Effort provides assistance to victims as well as to the selfless first responders who also endure significant stress and trauma as a part of their service after Hurricane Harvey and other tragic events. Please view their Facebook Page for regular updates on their services and current needs.
Web Sites and Blogs
The Aromatherapy Global Online Research Archives (AGORA) is a dynamic, growing resource for noncommercial aromatherapy information. Many individuals within the aromatherapy community have freely contributed information to the AGORA project.
Amongst other valuable information, this site contains the entire text for A Modern Herbal by M. Grieve. Written in 1931, A Modern Herbal contains profiles for approx. 800 herbs as well as other interesting information.
AromaBridge shares relevant, important information about aromatherapy and other complementary therapies. AromaBridge is coordinated and authored by Christina Smith and Sue Pace, both experienced and well respected aromatherapists.
This site is a highly promising, recently launched companion site for the Essential Oil Consumer Safety Advocates Facebook Group. As the site grows, I expect that it will have an extensive library of helpful and important safety information.
This post includes recommendations from a number of essential oil experts and is recommended reading for those newer to using essential oils. It contains lots of wonderful suggestions, resources and book recommendations
Kristina Bauer, the Untamed Alchemist, is an aromatherapist and herbalist and so much more... She describes herself as a "nature worshipper. creative infidel. aromatherapist, herbalist, distiller, gardener and cook. playful kitchen witch. grateful being. joyful soul." Look to Kristina's compelling, informative site for her intriguing insights, recipes and helpful essential oil information.
Free Essential Oil Webinars, Podcasts and Courses
Liz Fulcher, essential oil educator and owner of the Aromatic Wisdom Institute School of Creative Aromatherapy offers a wonderful, ongoing series of free, informative essential oil podcasts.
This free five-part course by essential oil pioneer, expert and author Robert Tisserand is wonderfully informative.
Below are links to several of the most reputable and helpful essential oil groups available on Facebook.
Additional Essential Oil Blogs
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Essential Oil and Aromatherapy Books
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