Aromatherapy Tip of the Day – January 1, 2014

Logo by Hemant Today’s Aromatherapy Tip of the Day: January 1, 2014 is a continuation of The Angelic Fragrances. ANGELIC FRAGRANCES NEROLI Neroli Essential Oil has the sweetness of angel's breath and the gentleness of peacefulness. It reaches the higher self and the spiritual part of our being. ORANGE Orange Essential Oil brings the joy... Continue Reading →

Aromatherapy Tip of the Day – December 28, 2013

Logo by Hemant Today’s Aromatherapy Tip of the Day: December 28, 2013 is a continuation of The Angelic Fragrances. ANGELIC FRAGRANCES LAVENDER Lavender Essential Oil awakens harmony. It's a vibration that brings the angels of companion closer when we are in need of comfort, companionship, and recognition that help is always available to us, and... Continue Reading →

Aromatherapy Tip of the Day – December 27, 2013

Logo by Hemant Today’s Aromatherapy Tip of the Day: December 27, 2013 is a continuation of The Angelic Fragrances. ANGELIC FRAGRANCES HELICHRYSUM - ITALIAN EVERLASTING Helichrysum Essential Oil brings courage, endurance, and persistence, enabling the path ahead to be clearer. It is full of awareness of the dangers and pitfalls of life. HYACINTH Hyacinth is... Continue Reading →

Aromatherapy Tip of the Day – December 6, 2013

Logo by Hemant Today’s Aromatherapy Tip of the Day: December 6, 2013 is a continuation of Heaven Scent. HEAVEN SCENT The fragrances of flowers are particularly effective when connecting with the angelic realms, and don't forget fruits and spices. They have wonderful focusing and concentrating properties, individually or in blends. If you have no heavy... Continue Reading →

Y is for Ylang-ylang Essential Oil

A to Z April Blogging Challenge http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/ Y is Ylang-ylang Essential Oil The Ylang-ylang tree, (Cananga odorata from the Annonaceae Family), grows and is cultivated in the Comores, Java, Madagascar, Philippines, Reunion, and Sumatra. The Ylang-ylang tree has deep yellow flowers with thick petals. Ylang-ylang means 'flower of flowers'. They are picked early in the... Continue Reading →

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