Amazing Wellness - - CONTENTS -

All about honey—na­ture’s won­der in­gre­di­ent for healthy skin and hair.

In ad­di­tion to adding es­sen­tial oils to your sham­poo and/or con­di­tioner, try brush­ing a few drops of oil di­rectly through your hair, which holds fra­grance even bet­ter than skin. You will re­main fra­grant for hours!

The Aro­mather­apy Dif­fer­ence

True aro­mather­apy uses only pure es­sen­tial oils, ei­ther steam dis­tilled from flow­ers, plants, and herbs or pressed from the rind of fruit. They con­tain plant hor­mones, vi­ta­mins and other nat­u­ral el­e­ments. Don’t con­fuse es­sen­tial oils with fra­grance oils that are merely scented by the plant or fruit.

The straight oils have prop­er­ties that can af­fect our phys­i­ol­ogy by var­i­ously sooth­ing mi­nor skin con­di­tions, re­liev­ing res­pi­ra­tory symp­toms through in­hala­tion, or pro­mot­ing mus­cle re­lax­ation by pro­duc­ing a warm­ing ef­fect on the skin.

Cre­ate a Spa-like Shower

Ex­pe­ri­ence the pow­er­ful in­flu­ence of aro­mather­apy on your thoughts, feel­ings, de­sires, en­ergy level, and over­all health. The recipes here and on p. 8 4, which have been ex­cerpted from The Lit­tle Book of Aro­mather­apy by her­bal­ist and aro­mather­a­pist Kathi Keville, make a scent­sa­tional ad­di­tion to your daily shower rou­tine.

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