Essential oils for everyday living

£249.00

Description

Course content

50 PDF

149 Audio

30 Video

Extras:

  • Summary of essential oils, life force, element, energy, meridian and chakra
  • Safe essential oil practice in cancer centers
  • List of essential oils, their Latin name and origin
  • Essential oil labels
  • General properties of essential oils and their chemistry (24 pages)
  • Attunements – see at the end

 

This course is accredited by the Complementary Medical Association. I have been told this is the most comprehensive course out there.

I have added three extra modules:

Essential oils to match your personality type (54 pages)

Synopsis of body systems, ailments, which essential oils to use and how to use them (32 pages)

Indian head and shoulder massage (step-by-step), which carrier and essential oils to use (37 pages) plus video

Aromatic essential oils have been used for thousands of years as traditional remedies to enhance health and well-being. The ability of fragrances to affect mood and atmosphere has long been recognized, and different cultures have made use of the aromatic plants available to them for spiritual rituals and personal use. The appeal of essential oils has endured, and today the practice of aromatherapy is well established in the lexicon of natural health.

Pleasurable and versatile, essential oils can be used as remedies for ailments, used in cosmetics and fragrances, and, increasingly, are used in the fast-growing trend for diffusing aromas to enhance living spaces and create a sense of well-being.

Due to the pace of modern living, each day sees a further increase in the number of people suffering from the effects of stress. Noise, air pollution, financial problems, uncertainty about the future, all of which contribute to the general stress situation from which there is sometimes no escape.

Where we as humans are concerned, stress produces a state of muscular tension – our hearts work harder, valuable energy is burned up unnecessarily, we become fatigued and sometimes depressed.

Consequently, our resistance to infection and disease is drastically reduced.

Since the causes of stress are here to stay, we can only deal with the effects of stress through the administration of treatments, specially designed to relax tension, restore vitality, and reduce the workload of the heart, nerves, etc. Such treatments nearly always include massage.

Of all the holistic therapies, perhaps aromatherapy is the one that instantly connects us to our earliest primeval links with all-natural energy forces – the earth, the sun and moon, the elements of wind and rain, the ebb and flow of tides, the animals of the land, the sea and the plants that grow upon the earth.

Each rock and stone, each grain of sand, each animal and plant, has its own natural vibration and its own energy field. When we use aromatherapy, we tap into these vibrational energy forces via the essential oils.

Throughout history, plants and plant extracts have played a major part in our lives. For more than 4,000 years flowers, seeds, leaves, fruit, stalks, roots, bark, rhizomes etc. have been used in medicines.

Aromatherapy is another way in which plants are used for medicinal purposes. Highly concentrated oils extracted from plants are used therapeutically to treat both physical and emotional conditions.

Today there is a growing interest in essential oils for their therapeutic, emotional and energetic properties. The internet can give you an overload of information that at times contradicts itself. How do you use these oils? Do you ingest them or not?

Can you use them ran­domly on the skin without diluting? What if you are under a doctor’s supervision and on medication – are there any contraindications? How do you store essential oils?

How long will they last? From what part of the plant do you get the oils? How are these parts processed? How do you know you are purchasing pure essential oils? These and many more questions will be addressed in this book in an ethical, unbiased way.

Essential oils act on the mind, body and Spirit to achieve deeper healing. For example, when relaxed, the body may be better at letting go of toxins and maintaining a healthy circulation. Inhaling black pepper oil gives physical and mental support to smokers trying to quit since the oil is decongesting and also helps reduce cravings.

Life is short, so remember to take time to stop and smell the lavender, rosemary, peppermint, orange peel and cloves – the aromatic realm is full of wonders, possibilities, therapy and joy.

Are you dealing with health concerns including aches and pains that persist despite seeking medical advice and treatments with other natural remedies?

Are you tired of feeling low in energy and trying to keep up with the daily grind of all your responsibilities?

Are you looking for a safer, natural route to optimizing health and well-being for yourself and your loved ones?

Ancient systems of natural healing, such as Ayurveda, have shown us that plants have remarkable properties that can help transform our life’s journey.

They can heal our bodies, open our minds, and even reverse or slow down aging. And they can put us into a state of deeper communion with the natural world and those around us.

Essential oils have long played an important role in rebalancing our systems from ancient to modern times.

Aromatherapy can enhance your health in lots of ways for example by:

  • stimulating your immune system which strengthens your body’s ability to resist disease and infections
  • aiding common female problems such as menopausal distress and PMS
  • alleviating digestive problems such as constipation and abdominal spasms
  • enhancing the respiratory system so can treat coughs, sinusitis and tonsillitis
  • easing muscular pain by promoting muscle relaxation and toning
  • improving circulation and lymphatic drainage which can help in eliminating cellulite and toxins
  • lowering blood pressure
  • combating stress related disorders such as insomnia and tension headaches amongst others
  • treating anxiety, depression and grief

You can use essential oils within your skin and hair care regime. For skin there are oils which can balance the sebum production and also tone your complexion. There are oils for treating athlete’s foot, cold sores, scabies and ringworm. You can use certain oils in your hair to make it grow stronger and faster, improve the circulation in your scalp and help eradicate dandruff. Aromatic essential oils have been used for thousands of years as traditional remedies to enhance health and well-being. The ability of fragrances to affect mood and atmosphere has long been recognized, and different cultures have made use of the aromatic plants available to them for spiritual rituals and personal use. The appeal of essential oils has endured, and today the practice of aromatherapy is well established in the lexicon of natural health.

Pleasurable and versatile, essential oils can be used as remedies for ailments, used in cosmetics and fragrances, and, increasingly, are used in the fast-growing trend for diffusing aromas to enhance living spaces and create a sense of well-being.

Due to the pace of modern living, each day sees a further increase in the number of people suffering from the effects of stress. Noise, air pollution, financial problems, uncertainty about the future, all of which contribute to the general stress situation from which there is sometimes no escape.

Where we as humans are concerned, stress produces a state of muscular tension – our hearts work harder, valuable energy is burned up unnecessarily, we become fatigued and sometimes depressed. Consequently, our resistance to infection and disease is drastically reduced.

Since the causes of stress are here to stay, we can only deal with the effects of stress through the administration of treatments, specially designed to relax tension, restore vitality, and reduce the workload of the heart, nerves, etc. Such treatments nearly always include massage.

Of all the holistic therapies, perhaps aromatherapy is the one that instantly connects us to our earliest primeval links with all-natural energy forces – the earth, the sun and moon, the elements of wind and rain, the ebb and flow of tides, the animals of the land, the sea and the plants that grow upon the earth.

Each rock and stone, each grain of sand, each animal and plant, has its own natural vibration and its own energy field. When we use aromatherapy, we tap into these vibrational energy forces via the essential oils.

Throughout history, plants and plant extracts have played a major part in our lives. For more than 4,000 years flowers, seeds, leaves, fruit, stalks, roots, bark, rhizomes etc. have been used in medicines.

Aromatherapy is another way in which plants are used for medicinal purposes. Highly concentrated oils extracted from plants are used therapeutically to treat both physical and emotional conditions.

Today there is a growing interest in essential oils for their therapeutic, emotional and energetic properties. The internet can give you an overload of information that at times contradicts itself. How do you use these oils? Do you ingest them or not?

Can you use them ran­domly on the skin without diluting? What if you are under a doctor’s supervision and on medication – are there any contraindications? How do you store essential oils?

How long will they last? From what part of the plant do you get the oils? How are these parts processed? How do you know you are purchasing pure essential oils? These and many more questions will be addressed in this book in an ethical, unbiased way.

Essential oils act on the mind, body and Spirit to achieve deeper healing. For example, when relaxed, the body may be better at letting go of toxins and maintaining a healthy circulation. Inhaling black pepper oil gives physical and mental support to smokers trying to quit since the oil is decongesting and also helps reduce cravings.

Try picking a few oils that you love and add 10 to 15 drops to an aromatherapy inhaler. An inhaler is a little lip balm – size tube with a cotton insert that absorbs essential oils. You can carry an inhaler with you in a pocket or bag, so it’s very convenient. The aromas accompany you throughout the day, and any time you want to lift your mood, calm your mind, or reconnect with yourself, you can take a few deep breaths from your inhaler. Essential oils can be that simple and that profound.

Life is short, so remember to take time to stop and smell the lavender, rosemary, peppermint, orange peel and cloves – the aromatic realm is full of wonders, possibilities, therapy and joy.

Should you wish to receive a Diploma certificate – there will be an assignment for you to complete.

 

Module 1

Introduction

 

Module 2

History

Early ancestors

India

Chinese

Egyptians

Greeks

Romans

The Americas

Biblical reference

The Middle Ages

Nicolas Culpeper

Scientific/Industrial revolutions

Cuthbert Hall

Professor Rene H. Gattefossé

Dr Jean Valnet

Madame Marguerite Maury

 

Module 3

What are essential oils?

100 different chemical compounds

Natural, fragrant, highly volatile substance

Life force of the plant

Therapeutic and fragrant properties

Unlock the body’s ability to heal itself

Able to influence aspects of the body’s functions

Different schools of application

English, French and German

Essential oils can alter brain chemistry

What is the purpose of an essential oil in nature?

Where are they produced

Can I make my own essential oils at home?

How do essential oils work?

Where to apply essential oils

Methods of extraction

Distillation

Percolation

Expression

Solvent extraction

Enfleurage

Maceration

Infusion

Carbon dioxide extraction

Phytol-extraction

Distillation

 

Module 4

How do they work?

Inhalation

Emotions

State of mind

Olfactory nerve

Pharmacological

Physiological

Psychological

Therapeutic potential

Complementary treatment

 

Module 5

Methods of use

Penetration of the skin

Inhalation

Methods of use and amount to use:

  • Baths, general
  • Baths, sitz
  • Baths, foot
  • Baths, hand
  • Bidets
  • Clothing
  • Compresses
  • Cotton pads or balls
  • Cotton swabs
  • Diffusers
  • Dilution, high
  • Dressings
  • Face masks
  • Face oils
  • Face tonics
  • Friction
  • Humidifiers
  • Inhalation (as a vapor from a bowl)
  • Inhalation (from a tissue or handkerchief)
  • Jacuzzis
  • Lotions and creams (for body)
  • Massage oil (for body)
  • How long should you diffuse essential oils?
  • Diffusing essential oils around different individuals
    • Adults
    • The elderly and those with compromised immune systems
    • Children
    • Babies and pets

 

 

Module 6

Essential oil profiles (55 pages)

Individual properties and characteristics

A – Z list, including action, indications, companion oils

and cautions

Shelf life of essential oils

Maximizing shelf life

 

Module 7

Essential oil terminology & glossary A – Z (22 pages)

 

Module 8

Plant families (botanical families)

List of essential oils in each plant family

 

Module 9

Plant parts

Essential oils from roots

Blends to try

Essential oils from stems, needles and leaves

Blends to try

Essential oils from grasses

Blends to try

Essential oils from wood

Blends to try

Essential oils from flowers

Blends to try

Essential oils from fruits and seeds

Blends to try

Essential oils from resins

Blends to try

 

 

Module 10

Safety guidelines (19 pages)

A golden rule to remember

Purchase from a reputable supplier

Keep them away from naked flame

Not to be used internally

What to do if they come into contact with the eyes

Other mucous membranes

List of hazardous oils to NEVER use

List of oils that commonly irritate the skin

List of common photosensitizing oils

List of oils with a risk of toxicity or chronic toxicity

Contraindications that prevent aromatherapy treatments

Currently being treated by a doctor

Taking certain medications

Severe, untreated medical problem

Unexplained seats of pain

Contraindications that restrict methods of use

Hypersensitive skin

Contagious diseases

Steroid users

Abnormal blood pressure

List of oils to be avoided during first 3 months of pregnancy

List of oils to be avoided during entire pregnancy and breast-feeding

Epilepsy

 

Module 11

Blending (22 pages)

Classification of essential oils

Classification based on scent family

Aroma family, essential oils, note & reputed benefits

Classification based on evaporation rate

Perfume note, evaporation rate, commonly used essential oils

Classification based on therapeutic properties

Reputed benefits, essential oils

Which model or technique should I use?

The practice of essential oil blending

Understand and be mindful of the importance of safety

Purchase or gather your blending equipment

Brainstorm a selection of essential oils

Orient yourself to each essential oil

How to make a balanced essential oil blend

Top, base and middle notes

Essential oil blending directions

Aromatherapy formulas

1% Dilution – headache relief blend

2% Dilution – immune stimulant blend

5% Dilution – sore muscle blend

Relaxation formula

Sports injury formula

Blending tips and precautions

 

Module 12

Purchasing essential oils

The basics of purchasing essential oils

Understanding different “grades” of essential oils

The manufacturing process and purity of essential oils

 

 

Module 13

Tools, equipment & other ingredients

Ways to reuse essential oil bottles

Glass v plastic

Helpful ingredients

Where I purchase glass bottles

My startup story

 

Module 14

Carrier oils & butters (46 pages)

What are carrier oils?

Comedogenic rating

Why use carrier oils

A – Z list of carrier oils – Type of oil, botanical name, skin type,

Comedogenic rating, shelf life, consistency and absorption

Butters

What is a butter?

Skin type, comedogenic rating, shelf life, consistency and absorption

Mixture amount chart

Composition of butters

Extracting butters

Contraindications for butters

Quality of butters

Aroma

Method of extraction

Consistency of absorption

Storing butters

Types of butters

Solidity, butters and properties

Uses and benefits

Guide to using butters

Nut butters

Seed kernel butters

Bean butter

Absorption rate finish on skin

Where to purchase

Water-based carriers

Solubol

Alcohol

Hydrosol

Babassu oil – a Coconut oil substitute in skincare recipes

 

Module 15

Dilution

Dilution rate chart

5% Dilution rate

10% Dilution rate

Teaspoons to drops

Quick conversions

% Dilution to drops

Why dilute essential oils

Diffusion or topical application?

How to dilute essential oils for topical application

Dilution ratio guidelines

 

Module 16

Storing and shelf life

Sesquiterpenes (8-10 years)

Sesquiterpenols (10-15 years)

Monoterpenes (2-3 years)

Monoterpenols (5-6 years)

Esters (5-7 years)

Ethers (5-7 years)

Aldehydes (4-5 years)

Ketones (5-7 years)

Phenols (4-6 years)

Oxides (3-5 years)

Oxides (3-5 years)

Can you store essential oils in the freezer? Is it acceptable for essential oils to freeze?

Places where essential oils should not be stored

Places where essential oils should not be stored

How to prolong shelf life and keep track of oil freshness

Storing essential oils while travelling

Safety

 

Module 17

Basic Anatomy & Physiology (67-page manual)

(a compulsory with all essential oil studies)

 

Module 18

The Aura (33-page manual)

(a compulsory with all essential oil studies)

 

Module 19

The Chakras (46-page manual)

(a compulsory with all essential oil studies)

 

Module 20

Essential oil substitutions

What essential oil can I use instead?

How to make essential oil substitutions

Aromatic substitutes – blending for the aroma

Therapeutic substitutes – blending for a specific purpose

Essential oil substitution chart

  • For healthy skin
  • For healthy hair and scalp

Healthy digestion and airways

  • Digestive support
  • Respiratory support

Comfort and wellness

  • Immunity
  • Pain relief

Energy and Exercise

  • Fatigue
  • Workout

Sleep and calming

  • Insomnia
  • Relaxation

Emotional support

  • Mood swings
  • Stress

 

Module 21

Respiratory disorders (27 pages)

Antibacterial essential oils

Antiseptic essential oils

Balsamic essential oils

Colds and flu

Cough

  • General cough
  • Dry cough
  • Spasmodic cough
  • Smoker’s cough
  • Expectorant essential oils

Congestion

  • Sinus congestion
  • Chest congestion
  • Sinusitis and which oils to use
  • Stuffy nose

Bronchitis

Inflammation of the airways

Chest infection

Fever

Immunity

Asthma

Flu-related joint pain

Sore throat spray

Facial steam

Cough and cold rub

Throat and chest massage

Sore throat remedy

Post-nasal drip remedy

Inhalation

Calming bath

Compress

Thieves’ oil recipe

How to use Thieves’ oil

How to make Thieves’ spray

Alternatives to homemade Thieves’ oil

Allergies

 

Module 22

Skincare (25 pages)

Anti-inflammatory oils

Fungicidal oils

Granulation, stimulating and cicatrizing agents

Deodorants

Normal skin

Which oils to use

Dry skin

Which oils to use

Sensitive skin

Which oils to use

Mature skin, fine lines, wrinkles and age spots

Which oils to use

Oily skin

Which oils to use

Acne, definition, possible causes, general signs and symptoms, methods of use, suggested oils and holistic advice

Cellulite and sagging skin

Which oils to use

Skin discoloration, scars and stretch marks

Which oils to use

Eczema, definition, possible causes, general signs and symptoms, methods of use, suggested oils and holistic advice

Psoriasis, definition, possible causes, general signs and symptoms, methods of use, suggested oils and holistic advice

Wart/Verruca, definition, possible causes, general signs and symptoms, methods of use, suggested oils and holistic advice

Bruises, definition, possible causes, general signs and symptoms, methods of use, suggested oils and holistic advice

Chilblains, definition, possible causes, general signs and symptoms, methods of use, suggested oils and holistic advice

How to use essential oils for skin

Recipes

  • Gentle facial serum
  • Hydrating body oil
  • Simple facial cleanser
  • Healing wintertime body moisturizer
  • Chapped skin
  • Chapped lips
  • Solid perfume

Nails

  • Weak nail strengthening oil
  • Stimulating nail growth rub Rose cuticle oil
  • Tea Tree cuticle oil
  • Anti-aging cuticle oil

Lip balm

Lip balm ingredients to avoid

Best lip balm ingredients to use

Lip balm recipe

 

Module 23

Arthritis, gout, fibromyalgia (23 pages)

What can essential oils doe for arthritis?

What are the best essential oils for arthritis?

The basics of using essential oils for arthritis

Joint pain and inflammation

Essential oils for joint pain and inflammation

Recipes

  • Inflammation reducing bath
  • Arthritis and circulation blend

Osteoarthritis

Recipes

  • Bath oil
  • Massage oil

Gout

Recipe

  • Footbath

Back pain

Recipe

  • Back pain massage oil

Bursitis

Recipes

  • Bursitis blend 1
  • Bursitis blend 2

Cramps

Recipe

Muscle aches/pains

Recipe

Fibromyalgia

Recipes

  • Fibromyalgia massage
  • Bath for sustainable relief
  • Version 2 recipe
  • Fibro compress

Lumbago

Recipes

  • Massage
  • Compress

 

Module 24

Digestive system

Balancing the digestive system

How to use essential oils for tummy troubles

Which oils to use

Recipes

  • Digestive detox
  • Sluggish digestive system
  • Overactive digestive system and diarrhea
  • Stomach bugs, aches, cramps and sickness
  • Immunity blend
  • Supporting healthy eating

Video:               Digest blend roll-on

Module 25

Women

Best essential oils for women

Physical uses

Emotional uses

Caution

Essential oil recipes for women

  • Wind-down roll-on
  • Hot flash bath blend
  • Balanced mood bath
  • Floral punch body oil
  • Relaxing foot bath
  • Night-time moisturizing blend
  • Diffuser recipe
  • Massage blend

Unlocking our menstrual power with essential oils

Four seasons of the menstrual cycle and which oils to use for each season

Breast care

Menorrhagia

  • Menorrhagia body oil blend

Menopause

Main essential oils for menopause

Symptoms and appropriate essential oils

Fluid retention

Exhaustion/fatigue

Depression

Anxiety/loss of concentration

Digestive problems

Sleeplessness

Recipes

  • Hot flashes blend
  • Day and night sweats blend
  • Water retention and bloating blend

Thrush

Vaginal candida

Which essential oils to use

Recipes

  • Thrush yoghurt blend 1
  • Thrush yoghurt blend 2
  • Thrush Coconut oil blend
  • Vinegar treatment for thrush

PMS

Recipes

  • PMS cramp relief lotion
  • Hormonal balancing diffuser blend
  • Frayed nerves blend (for bath)
  • Uplifting and grounding massage/body oil blend
  • Restful sleep diffuser blend
  • Tension headaches diffuser blend

Pregnancy

Essential oils for pregnancy – How to use them safely

Essential oils to avoid during pregnancy

How to use essential oils for pregnancy related problems

Nausea

Recipe

  • Diffuser blend

Constipation

Recipe

  • Constipation blend

Varicose veins

Recipe

  • Massage oil for varicose veins

Leg cramps

Recipe

  • Massage blend for leg crams

Edema/Swollen feet and ankles

Recipe

  • Edema foot bath

Stretch marks

Which oils to use for stretch marks

Recipes

  • Anti-stretch mark sugar scrub
  • Cocoa body butter for stretch marks
  • Stretch mark serum
  • Aloe Vera stretch mark oil

 

Module 26

Men

Black Pepper

Properties, aroma, uses

Recipe

  • Black Pepper massage oil
  • Black Pepper muscle rub

Spruce Oil

Properties, uses

Recipes

  • Snowy day diffuser blend
  • Aftershave spray

Cedarwood

Properties, aroma, uses

Recipe

  • Aftershave spray

Vetivert

Properties, aroma, uses

Recipes

  • Evening to relax massage oil
  • Euphoria diffuser blend

Frankincense

Properties, aroma, uses

Recipe

  • Spice pre-shave oil

Bear oil

How to make your own beard oil

Which carriers to use

Which essential oils to use

Dilution rates for beard oils

Patch test

Choosing your scent

Top note, middle note, base note

Storing

How to use

Aftershave

Why make your own aftershave?

Which essential oils to use

Other ingredients

Recipes

  • Recipe 1 – Alcohol based
  • Recipe 2 – Alcohol free
  • Shaving cream
  • Foaming body wash

Video:       How to mix essential oils blends for men

 

Module 27

Babies & Children

Essential oil topical dilution rates

Robert Tisserand & Rodney Young dilution rates

Jane Buckle: Clinical Aromatherapy dilution rates

Liz Fulcher: Aromatic Wisdom dilution rates

Are essential oils safe for children?

Top 10 Must have essential oils for children

How to use essential oils with children safely

Avoid direction application of undiluted oils on skin

Practice safe diffusion

Don’t put them here

Do a skin patch test

50 Kid safe essential oils list and what to use them for

Video:       Skin healing recipe

 

Module 28

Seniors

Treating joint pain

More energy

Appetite stimulant

Improved sleep

Better cognitive abilities

Respiratory issues

 

Module 29

Hair care

How essential oils help your hair

Which essential oils to use

Essential oil blend recipes for hair

  • Everyday hair tonic
  • Oily hair
  • Dandruff or itchy scalp
  • Dry hair

Carriers oils for natural and organic hair care

How exactly do carrier oils benefit the hair and scalp?

List of carrier oils and their benefits

Reducing dandruff

Preventing breakage

Detangling hair

Protecting hair from damage

Scalp massage

Hair mask

Conditioner

Recipes

  • Rosemary serum to repair and revitalize hair
  • Rosemary blend for a nourishing and restorative hair mask
  • Scalp reconditioning formula
  • Rosemary, Basil and Lavender hair mask for shiny hair

Can I add Lavender essential oil to my shampoo?

 

Module 30

Anxiety, stress, depression, sleep

Health problems caused by chronic stress

How essential oils boost your mood

Mood boosting essential oils

Burnout

Recipes:

  • Burnout relaxation blend
  • Foot bath
  • Burnout reviver blend

Depression

Which oils to use

Table of antidepressant oils

Table of Cautions/contraindications

Aromatherapy blends for depression

  • Restful sleep spray
  • Happiness in a bottle blend
  • Ready to take on the world blend
  • Self-kindness blend
  • Peace in a bottle blend

Sleep

Which essential oils to use

Essential oil blend recipes for sleep

  • Sultry sleep blend – to fade away worry
  • Heavenly florals blend – to create a peaceful, enchanting experience
  • Sacred sleep blend – to clear the mind and soothe nervousness
  • Sweet dreams blend – to encourage positive thoughts

Video:       Essential oils and your brain

 

Module 31

Love, romance, intimacy

Essential oils for love and how to use them

Recipes

  • Honeymoon night diffusion
  • Warming sugar scrub
  • Pucker up scrub
  • Sensual milk bath
  • “I love you” linen spray
  • Love potion massage oil
  • Steamy synergy
  • Love at first scent sachets
  • Romantic body spray
  • Enchantress perfume

 

Module 32

Energy, chronic fatigue

What is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)?

Other symptoms of CFS

Reviving essential oils

Recipes

  • Energizing diffuser blend
  • Bath blend

Muscular pain

Which oils to use

Brain fog

Which oils to use

Impaired immunity

Which oils to use

Sleep disturbance

Which oils to use

Low mood

Which oils to use

Tips for CFS/ME sufferers

Exhaustion and which oils to use

Recipe

  • First step exhaustion blend
  • Second step exhaustion blend

Diffuser blends for energy

  • Energy blend 1
  • Energy blend 2
  • Energy blend 3
  • Nervous exhaustion blend 1
  • Nervous exhaustion blend 2
  • Mental fatigue blend
  • Intellectual fatigue blend 1
  • Intellectual fatigue blend 2

 

Module 33

Pain

Which essential oils to use

Shoulder pain

Which essential oils to use

Knee pain

Which essential oils to use

TMJ pain

Which essential oils to use

Heel pain

Which essential oils to use

Foot pain

Which essential to use

Kidney pain

Which oils to use

Tendon pain

Which oils to use

Hip pain

Which oils to use

Leg pain

Which oils to use

Bone pain

Which oils to use

Sore muscles

Which oils to use

Back pain

Which essential oils to use

Nerve pain

Which essential oils to use

Neck pain

Which essential oils to use

Tooth pain

Which essential oils to use

How to use clove essential oil for tooth infection

Gum pain

Which essential oils to use

 

Module 34

Weight loss

Which essential oils to use

Essential oils for appetite suppression

Diuretic essential oils

Essential oils for sugar cravings

 

Module 35

Cold sores, fever blisters

Which essential oils to use for cold sores

Which essential oils to use for fever blisters

Thieves’ oil for cold sores

Recipes

  • Cold sore salve
  • Prevention lip balm blend

 

Module 36

Bath and shower

Benefits of bath oil

Which essential oils to use

Recipes

  • How to make bath oil
  • Relaxing bath oil
  • Cleansing bath oil
  • Lift your Spirits bath oil
  • Nourishing bath oil

Bath oil recipe tips

Which essential oils should I avoid in the bath?

Video:       How to make essential oil bath salts

 

Module 37

Natural cleaning

Must-have ingredients

Recipes, essential oils to use and how to make

  • Dry deep-clean powder
  • Multi-purpose surface disinfectant
  • Gentle 2-in-1 dishwashing and hand soap
  • Linen spray
  • Mildew buster
  • Room Freshener
  • Sink and tub cleaning paste
  • Toilet bowl disinfectant
  • Wood and leather polish
  • Microwave cleaner
  • Garbage disposal cleaning bombs

Usage, storage and safety tips for cleaning products

Video:       Glass stovetop cleaner

 

Module 38

Pets

Dogs

Cats

Do not use essential oils with the following

 

Module 39

Insect repellants

Which oils to use and which insects they repel

Double duty essential oils to repel insects and for itchy bites

Recipes

  • Bug repellant spray
  • Blends for bug bites and itchy skin
  • Bug bite relief balm
  • Bug bite relief spray

Oils to avoid

Video:       Natural bug spray

 

Module 40

First aid

Which essential oils to use

Recipes

  • Healing salve
  • Sunburn spray
  • Bumps and bruises remedy
  • Poison Ivy relief
  • Toothache relief

How to use essential oils for first aid

 

Module 41

Travelling

Guidelines for travelling

Which essential oils to use

How to use essential oils while travelling

Recipes

  • Surface cleaning and air freshening spray
  • Germ busting hand sanitizer
  • Personal roll-on blend

 

Module 42

Essential oils and your Zodiac sign

 

Module 43

5 Oil startup kit

The oils

Actions

Indications

Other uses

Caution

 

Module 44

Essential oils and Spiritual uses

Various oils, guiding planet, uses and effects

 

Module 45

Essential oils and chakras

List of oils

Their element

Key vibrations

Which chakra is stimulated by each oil

Video:       Essential oil chakra rollers

 

Module 46

Essential oils and Angels

Invocation

 

Module 47

Essential oils and crystals

How to use essential oils and crystals

Choose your crystal

Choose an oil

Use your crystal and oil together

Crystals and their uses

Oil parings for each crystal

List of toxins in crystals

Video:       Oils and crystals for newbies

 

Module 48

Essential oils and meditation

List of essential oils and their benefits

How to use essential oils for meditation

Essential oil blends for meditation

  • Slow down blend (calming)
  • Stay present blend (grounding

 

Module 49

Essential oils to match your personality type (54 pages)

How to choose essential oils to match your personality type

Remembering our innate potential

How do we do this?

What sort of personality traits can you identify with?

Work naturally across personality groups

Trust that some oils fit in several groups

Defining the different personality groups

The “floral” essential oil personality

The “fruit” essential oil personality

The “herb” essential oil personality

The “leaf” essential oil personality

The “resin” essential oil personality

The “root” essential oil personality

The “seed” essential oil personality

The “spice” essential oil personality

The “wood” essential oil personality

 

Module 50

Indian Head and Shoulder massage

In-depth massage routine

Center yourself

Head rock stress detector

Apply oil if you are using oil

Head roll

Shoulder massage

Thumb sweeps

Heel rub

Pressure points

Thumb pushes

Finger pulls

Hacking

Pick up and hold

Smoothing down

Ironing down

Heel roll

Squeeze and pick away

Shoulder lift

Neck massage

Grasp and pull back

Thumb pushes

Finger pulls

Friction under occiput

Heel of hand rub

Scalp massage

Heel rub on back of neck

Shampooing the scalp

Tabla playing

Hacking (Champing)

Windscreen wiper

Whole hand friction

Hair ruffling

Land and lift (plucking

Raking the scalp

Squeeze and lift

Gather and tug

Circular temple frictions

Face massage

Pressure points – Forehead

Pressure points – Eye sockets

Pressure points – Cheek bones (Step 1)

Pressure points – Cheek bones (Step 2)

Ear massage

With small circular movements work your way round the ear

Facial Tapping

Palmar pressure placing

Feather fingertip stroking

Restful darkness

Head rocking

Centering

Brushing down

 

Module 51

Synopsis of body systems, which oils to use and how to use them (32 pages)

Skin

  • Acne
  • Allergies
  • Athlete’s foot
  • Baldness and hair care
  • Boils, abscesses and blisters
  • Bruises
  • Burns
  • Chapped and cracked skin
  • Chilblains
  • Cold sores/Herpes
  • Congested and dull skin
  • Cuts/Sores
  • Dandruff
  • Dermatitis
  • Dry and sensitive skin
  • Eczema
  • Excessive perspiration
  • Greasy or oily skin/scalp
  • Hemorrhoids/Piles
  • Insect Bites
  • Insect Repellant
  • Irritated and Inflamed skin
  • Lice
  • Psoriasis
  • Rashes
  • Ringworm
  • Scabies
  • Scars and stretch marks
  • Slack tissue
  • Spots
  • Ticks
  • Toothache
  • Varicose Veins
  • Verruca
  • Warts and Corns
  • Wounds
  • Wrinkles and mature skin

Circulation, muscles and joints

  • Accumulation of toxins
  • Aches and pains
  • Arthritis
  • Cellulitis
  • Debility/Poor muscle tone
  • Gout
  • High blood pressure and hypertension
  • Muscular cramps and stiffness
  • Obesity
  • Oedema and water retention
  • Palpitations
  • Poor circulation and low blood pressure
  • Rheumatism
  • Sprains and strains

Respiratory system

  • Asthma
  • Bronchitis
  • Catarrh
  • Chill
  • Chronic coughs
  • Coughs
  • Croup
  • Earache
  • Halitosis/Offensive breath
  • Laryngitis/Hoarseness
  • Sinusitis
  • Sore throat and throat infections
  • Tonsillitis
  • Whooping Cough

Digestive system

  • Colic
  • Constipation and sluggish digestion
  • Cramp/Gastric spasm
  • Griping pains
  • Heartburn
  • Liver Congestion
  • Loss of appetite
  • Nausea/Vomiting

Genito-urinary and endocrine system

  • Amenorrhea (lack of menstruation)
  • Dysmenorrhea (Cramp, painful or difficult menstruation
  • Cystitis
  • Frigidity
  • Leucorrhea (White discharge)
  • Menopausal problems
  • Menorrhagia (Excessive menstruation)
  • Premenstrual tension (PMT)
  • Pruritis/Itching
  • Sexual overactivity
  • Thrush/Candida
  • Urethritis

Immune system

  • Chicken pox
  • Colds/’Flu
  • Fever
  • Measles

Nervous System

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Headache
  • Insomnia
  • Migraine
  • Nervous exhaustion/Fatigue/Debility
  • Neuralgia/Sciatica
  • Nervous tension and stress
  • Shock
  • Vertigo

 

 

Module 52

Journal, index and labels

 

Module 53

How to become a Clinical Aromatherapist

 

Attunements

 

Magickal Flowers 1 – 3 – Value $30 / R450

Ethereal Flowers 1 – 3 – Value $30 / R450

Rose Vibrational Clearing – Value $25 / R367

White Fire Dragon Blood Fruit Flower Hylocereus attunement – Ramon Martinez Lopez https://sunshineuni-uk.com/product/white-fire-dragon-blood-fruit-flower-hylocereus-attunement-ramon-martinez-lopez/

Value $350 / R5 132

Ili-Ahi Attunement – Value $30 / R450

Lavender Plant Shakti

Hyacinth Psychic Clearing

 

 

 

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