Self Love, Self Care & Self Heal With Essential Oil's!
What Is Aromatherapy?

Aromatherapy is the practice of using the natural oils extracted from flowers, barks, stems, leaves, roots and other parts of plants to enhance psychological and physical well-being. 

How To Self Heal With Essential Oils:


Emotional and Respiratory Issues.


Inhale oil directly through bottle or in palms of hands

Use a diffuser or cold humidifier
Place a drop on pillow or shirt collar 
Infuse oil in bath water


(inhale lavender for anxiety Diffuse eucalyptus for cough

A drop of Rosemary on your shirt during study time)


 Spot Treating Pain

Irritated Skin
Boosting The Immune System.


Apply to the affected area or to the bottoms of feet

Infuse with body lotion or oil
lather with soap and water
Few drops on the wrist and neck area 


apply peppermint oil to the temples for headache

lavender onto a sunburn
few drops of protective blend on the feet at bedtime  


 Issues of digestion

The mouth and throat and the urogenital tract
(this method is specific to certified therapeutic grade oils)


Place oil in a capsule

Put a drop under the tongue
Add a drop to drinking water
Gargle oil with water
Add oil to recipes


(a capsule with a drop of oregano for oncoming cold

lemon in drinking water for taste and lymphatic benefits
peppermint in a glass of water for stomach aches)

Did You Know?

 Aromatic plants were used by the most ancient civilizations, we could say that aromatherapy is at least 6000 years old. An Egyptian medical papyrus considered to date back to around 1555 BC contains remedies for all types of illnesses and the methods of application are similar to the ones used in Aromatherapy and Herbal medicine today. The Egyptians used a method known as infusion to extract the oils from aromatic plants and incense was probably one of the earliest ways of using aromatics. Frankincense was burned at sunrise as an offering to the sun god, Ra, while myrrh was offered to the moon. The Egyptians were experts at embalming using aromatics to help preserve flesh.