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Category Archives: Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy in Pregnancy

Aromatherapy in Pregnancy By Wendy Mackay People get very concerned about the use of aromatherapy and essential oils during pregnancy. Some, including some aromatherapists, even advise not to use any essential oils at all. I personally think that is a bit extreme, and also a great pity, as many essential oils can be quite useful in helping the prospective mum through this time. There are a number of reasons that the area of aromatherapy and pregnancy has become the subject of so...
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Kunzea Secrets

Kunzea Secrets Dr. Pénoël points out that in terms of composition, Kunzea contains a large amount of ?-pinene in comparison to 1,8 cineole, which is relatively rare in plants of the Myrtaceae family. Most importantly in Kunzea, there are five different sesquiterpene compounds, which is quite unusual: globulol, viridiflorol, spathulenol, ledol and bicyclogermacrene. Such sesquiterpene compounds are being seen as important, especially whenever inflammatory reactions need to be curbed and moderated (but not negatively suppressed). Dr. Pénoël has used Kunzea oil with...
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Reason why you should use a Diffuser

Australian Essential Oils – Diffusers Once again there was media hype about the use of diffusers, what the did not tell you it was only certain types of diffusers. We regard our diffusers as safe and beneficial.  Smaller rooms may need less essential oil.  Caution for babies and small children with essential oil dosage. Each oil you use differs in natural chemistry. See Safety at the bottom of the page too. 1. Relaxation and Sleep One of the best and most well-known uses...
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Buy Australian Essential Oils for Health & Well-being

Australian Essential Oils far outway the ones that most Australian’s buy in the supermarket. OH! that will do, for Health, cleaning and for the first aid cabinet. Education about what you actually need is a priority. Fact or Fiction?   TV now warns us of the ‘Superbug” resistant to drugs. MRSA. Some and only sum pure, unadulterated Essential Oils are not resistant. Just the words Tea Tree and Eucalyptus do not mean what you think they mean. Unless you see the BOTANICAL NAME. Other...
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Australian Kakadu Blue Products

Australian Kakadu Blue Products “The Dreaming of Australian Blue Cypress, the essence of The Territory” Australian Essential Oils purchases Australian Blue Cypress Essential Oil direct from the plantation near Darwin, NT. A Husband and wife team lovingly tend their sustainable forest, harvest the bark and wood and proudly distill the pure beautiful rich blue coloured essence, or ‘life blood of the tree”.   Magic ingredient: Guaiazulene results in the beautiful BLUE Colour Kakadu Blue is a company, their company, that passionately produces Kakadu...
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Structure of Essential Oils

Basic Structure v/s Synthetic What is the basic difference in the benefits of Essential Oils as opposed to medications. Natural versus what synthetics do not poses High Oxygen Content Small Molecular Size High Electromagnetic Frequency Divine Intelligence  
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From Nose to Brain – Neurology of Smell

The Neurology of the Smell What’s remarkable about this that from the outside world to the highest level of brain tissue there are only two connections. Click here to see video Limbic System the Emotional Brain Aa complex system of nerves and networks in the brain, involving several areas near the edge of the cortex concerned with instinct and mood. It controls the basic emotions (fear, pleasure, anger) and drives (hunger, sex, dominance, care of offspring).  Explanation of the Olfactory System: This gives humans their sense of...
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How do Essential Oils work?

Our body’s sense of smell is the highest of all our senses and goes directly to the brain. (more…)
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Australia’s oldest medicine

Tea tree: Australia’s oldest medicine The Macleay Museum holds a significant collection of objects representing the rich diversity of Aboriginal cultural knowledges relating to Australian history. (more…)
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Blending Australian Essential Oils with Traditional Essential Oils

Companion Essential Oils Anise Myrtle (Aniseed Myrtle) – Cardamon, Caraway, Cedarwood, Coriander, Eucalypts, Fennel, Mandarin, Rosewood, and Tea Tree. (Potential dermal irritant) Australian Blue Cypress (Blue Cypress) – (more…)
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