Post Date 3.20.10
Robert Tisserand says: “Aromatherapy can be defined as the diligent use of essential oils to promote or improve human health, hygiene and wellbeing. The term is applied to personal care products containing essential oils that impart skin-active and/or “feel good” properties. Essential oils are often found as ingredients in over-the-counter preparations for respiratory health or muscular pain, and there are a number of oral medications that contain essential oils as their active ingredients, although the chances are that your family doctor is not familiar with any of them… Aromatherapy” is an all-inclusive term, covering cosmetic and psychological effects, as well as medicinal ones. In order to make a distinction between the more commercial aspects and the medicinal use of essential oils, terms such as clinical aromatherapy, aromatic medicine, and essential oil therapy have been used. Some practitioners regard essential oils as an integral part of the materia medica of herbal medicine, others as therapeutic additions to a massage oil.”
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Post Date 2.28.10
The legacy of a country that regularly sues as an income source, that hasn’t studied very much chemistry, the healing arts, nor essential oil and has become acclimatized to living in an atmosphere of fear so much so that we don’t even recognize the fear sensations in our bodies anymore, is that we are even afraid of essential oils. How do we deal with this? Thank the Universe we have people such as Robert Tisserand. Read more at:’s%20lecture.pdf

Post Date 2.8.10
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Consumer Reports states “ideally, indoor humidity should be 30 to 50 percent. But without humidification, that level can drop to 10 percent in winter…” Read my latest blog entry Staying Healthy with Humidifiers at:

Post Date 12.23.09
Huffington Post, December 19, 2008
“The EPA estimates that 2.6 billion holiday cards are sold each year in the U.S., enough to fill a football field 10 stories high! The best solution is to send tree-free wishes using one of the many great e-card services such as”

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