Browsing Archive: July, 2012

Kidney Health

Posted by on Wednesday, July 25, 2012, In : Health and Aromatherapy 

The following article was published by Debra Raybern, N.D., M.H., C.N.C., October 2006. I thought it was well worth my time to read it, enjoy!


I’ve always said the unsung hero organs in the body were the kidneys. Much attention is paid to the liver, as it should be, but we should not neglect the kidneys – just because we have two of them, doesn’t mean one is a spare. Here are a few reason’s why.

Your kidneys clean and filter your entire blood volume each hour. They help to maintain prop...


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Aromatherapy for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Posted by on Wednesday, July 25, 2012, In : Health and Aromatherapy 

AROMATHERAPY FOR CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME by Joie Power, Ph.D.

This article, "Aromatherapy for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome" was originally published in: World Health News - Vol. 2, No. 1, Winter 1998, Atlanta, GA.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a poorly understood chronic illness that presents with complaints of persistent, unexplained fatigue together with various combinations of other flu-like symptoms such as recurrent sore throat, headache, joint and muscle pain, poor concentration, irritability,...


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Oils in the Garden

Posted by on Wednesday, July 25, 2012, In : Everyday Essentials 
Oils in the Garden by Sue Lehman
 

Take Advantage of the Outdoors


Summer has arrived and it’s time to head outdoors. Poolside parties, birthday celebrations and picnics invite us to soak up every ounce of daylight.


“Insects will be repelled from your garden - in a standard size spray bottle, fill almost full of water and then add enough Thieves cleaner to color the water. You will know you put enough Thieves cleaner in the bottle when the insects scatter when you spray your vegetables and suc...


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To Dilute or Not by Vicki Opfer

Posted by Retrieved from the personal email of Lacey Ingrao on Wednesday, July 25, 2012, In : Essential Oil Basics 

To dilute or not to dilute... That question has been floating around for a long time. In the English model of aromatherapy, the oils are diluted and are often used for a full massage. In the French model, the oils are used neat, without dilution, in fairly substantial quantities. I recall studying with Dr. Daniel Penoel, MD, who shared with us that he had damaged a leg - I believe he said something like, "While the skin was not broken, it was like hamburger underneath." He told us that he use...


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