Making aromatherapy products to use for healing or as skin care products is as easy as it is fun. And you don't need much in the way of equipment to get started. In fact, you probably have most of what you need in your kitchen already. Add some bottles, some essential oils, and some carrier oils to your supplies and, using the explanations and recipes in this article, you'll be ready to begin experimenting.
We’ll get you started in the next section by showing you the supplies you will need to buy to begin practicing aromatherapy.
To learn more about Aromatherapy and other alternative medicines, see:
Aromatherapy: Here you will learn about aromatherapy, how it works, what part essential oils play, and how to use aromatherapy.
Essential Oils Profiles:
We have collected profiles of dozens of plants that are used to produce
essential oils. On these pages, you will learn the properties and
preparations for the most popular essential oils.
Home Remedies: We have gathered over a hundred safe, time-tested home remedies for treating a wide variety of medical complaints yourself.
Herbal remedies and aromatherapy can be very similar, and they stem
from similar historic roots. On this page, you will find all of our
herb profiles and instructions for treating medical problems with
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