This qualification will enable you to blend essential oils for clients & provide relaxing aromatherapy massage treatment

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Diploma in Clinical Aromatherapy Master Aromatherapist Course : This qualification will enable you to blend essential oils for clients & provide relaxing aromatherapy massage treatment.

What Is Aromatherapy?

Aromatherapy is the practice of using essential oils for therapeutic benefit. Aromatherapy has been used for centuries. When inhaled, the scent molecules in essential oils travel from the olfactory nerves directly to the brain and especially impact the amygdala, the emotional center of the brain.

Essential oils can also be absorbed by the skin. A massage therapist might add a drop or two of wintergreen to oil to help relax tight muscles during a rubdown. A skincare company may add lavender to bath salts to create a soothing soak.

What Are Essential Oils?

Essential oils are basically plant extracts. They’re made by steaming or pressing various parts of a plant (flowers, bark, leaves or fruit) to capture the compounds that produce fragrance. It can take several pounds of a plant to produce a single bottle of essential oil. In addition to creating scent, essential oils perform other functions in plants, too.

How Can You Use Essential Oils Safely?

The quality of essential oils on the market varies greatly, from pure essential oils to those diluted with less expensive ingredients. And because there’s no regulation, the label may not even list everything that’s in the bottle you’re buying. That’s why essential oils should not be ingested.

Johns Hopkins also advises against using essential oil diffusers, small household appliances that create scented vapor. Diffusion in a public area or household with multiple members can affect people differently. For example, peppermint is often recommended for headaches. But if you use it around a child who’s less than 30 months old, the child can become agitated. It could have a negative effect. Additionally, someone with fast heartbeat can react adversely to peppermint.

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Diploma in Aromatherapy Master Aromatherapist

2. Aroma intro

3. What is aromatherapy and how does it work?

4. How to use carrier oils with essential oils

5. Aromatherapy introduction to use

6. Lavendar EO

7. Amazing benefit of Lavender

9. How is it extracted

10. How is it absorbed

12. Aroma Bath

13. Aroma Spray

14. Aroma Roller ball

15. Expensive oils

16. How to make aroma Lotion

17. Aroma Foot bath

18. Aroma diffuser

19. Aroma massage

20. Cold hot compresses

21. Stress & insomnia

22. Stress insomnia

24. Essential oils for Arthritis

25. Bruises


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26. Headaches

27. Varicose veins

28. Aroma for disorders

29. Lymphatic drainage

30. Respiratory

31. Treating sinusitis & bronchitis

32. Hay fever

33. Digestive disorders

34. Further EO for disorders

35. Nausea

36. Treating IBS

37. Constipation

38. Treating weight loss

39. EO for skin disorders

40. Skin disorders dermatitis eczema

41. Psoriasis

42. Tea tree for hair loss scalp issues

43. Treating burns

44. Athletes foot-tinea pedis

45. Treatment for wrinkles

46. Ant-aging serum

47. Stretch marks oil

48. Homemade sanitizer

49. EO around childeren

50. EO around children

51. EO for pregnant & nursing

52. Pregnant

53. Asthma

54. Menopause

55. Congrats