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USING AROMATHERAPY & ESSENTIAL OILS
IMPORTANT NOTE: In the case of essential oils, the use of “more” is not better. Essential Oils are concentrated natural plant extracts and should be used sparingly and with caution as they can have a reverse or negative affect. Always dilute essential oils, only a few such as Lavender and Tea Tree are suitable for direct skin application (neat). Always follow the written or the verbal practitioner’s instructions and use essential oils only as directed. Caution is required for children and seniors.
Bath: When the tub is sufficiently filled, add up to 6-8 drops of essential oil to the water, swishing it throughout then immediately enter the bath. As the oil is moved about, the scent will rise with the steam of the water. Relax and breathe in the vapors as your skin absorbs the oils. You can also add drops to a foot or hand bath, or even a Jacuzzi (follow manufacturers instructions).
Massage: Mix the required amount of drops with a carrier oil and massage into skin. Usually for 2.5% dilution you would use maximum 15 drops of essential oil to 1 oz of carrier oil.
Compress: Mix 5-6 drops of oil into a bowl of water, soak a washcloth or cloth in the bowl. Ring out cloth and apply to the area of the skin that a compress is needed. Repeat 3-4 times or for 10-15 mins.
Inhalation: Mix 3-4 drops in a small bowl of steaming water, inhale steam deeply for a few minutes. Or add 5-6 drops to a vaporizer. You may also add 1-2 drops on a handkerchief and inhale deeply 2-3 times or 1-2 drops on pillow case for aiding sleep. To fill a room with a therapeutic scent, add 6-10 drops to a small oil burner/diffuser. It is best to follow manufacturers instruction for item being used.
Air Freshener: Add several drops of EO(essential oil) to potpourri, or a spray bottle filled with water (1 drop of EO for every ounce of water), or a diffuser/spa mister to dispense the scent in your home or office.
***Always use caution when dispersing aromas in public places. Some people may have allergies or health issues that can be triggered by certain scents or oils.***