Aromatherapy ~ A Deeper Look

Logo by Hemant Today, I would like to talk a little more in-depth on one the Angelic Fragrances: Hyacinth Essential Oil. Hyacinth Essential Oil ABOUT Hyacinth Essential Oil has a powerful, yet soft deep floral aroma. It contains the Physical Healing Properties of an antidepressant, antiseptic, hypnotic, and sedative. It contains the Emotional Healing Properties... Continue Reading →

Aromatherapy Tip of the Day – December 9, 2013

Logo by Hemant Today’s Aromatherapy Tip of the Day: December 9, 2013 is a continuation of Heaven Scent. HEAVEN SCENT Experimenting with Heaven Scent Essential Oils Experiment with blends, varying the proportions, as well as the essential oils. If it doesn't resonate with you, discard it and start again, until the formula feels right to... Continue Reading →

Aromatherapy Tip of the Day – November 11, 2013

Logo by Hemant Today’s Aromatherapy Tip of the Day: November 11, 2013 is a continuation of Methods of Use. METHODS OF USE (A Continuation) Yesterday, we left off with Aroma Lamps, Diffusers, and Oil Burners. If you are in need of an Aroma Lamp, Diffuser, or Oil Burner, please visit: http://theamberlight.com/ Today we are going... Continue Reading →

Ylang-Ylang Essential Oil

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’. The flowers are picked early in the morning and steam distilled to obtain the essential... 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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