In a rare example of online confrontation; essential oil safety expert, author and educator Robert Tisserand recently took on blogger, guest speaker, educator Jade Schutes* in this blog post: In Defense of Science Jade writes: “What’s better than research in
I am very disturbed to recently be dragged back into yet another essential oil drama. Back in May, Dr. Pappas (essential oil testing specialist – not medical doctor) posted: “I got to thinking *If there was a non-profit foundation set
Well…I went to my first Farmers Market of the summer on Sunday. I tried not to be confrontational…just “helpful”. When I was told a certain product contained “no toxins” I politely asked “what toxins are those“? She actually meant allergins
Earlier today on my Facebook Group, someone mentioned using essential oils in cooking. Chapter 16 of this book covers some ideas for incorporating essential oils as safe ingredients to flavor food!
Whether you are new to aromatherapy or have been using essential oils for 30 years, you probably have read “everything we put on the skin gets absorbed into the bloodstream” – or – “60% of what we apply to the
Whether you are looking for a teacher, a supplier, or just advice online..always consider the source! Teachers claim to be a Certified Aromatherapist, even add initials after their name as if that means something. Before you sign up for that
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