Books & Courses

Diffusing for Beginners

Aromatherapy guide on diffusing for beginners

What is aromatherapy and how does it work? How can essential oils impact health just by inhaling them? Clinical Aromatherapist Cheryl Whitten breaks down the mechanism of smell, the dangers of synthetic scent, and the benefits of aromatherapy. This aromatherapy guide to diffusing reveals simple methods to dispersing essential oils, how to safely use aromatherapy through epilepsy, asthma and allergies, around children and pets, and more. Experiment with 48 all season diffuser blend recipes and transform your home into a naturally scented haven. Get your aromatherapy guide today.

Easy to understand, With lots of helpful information regarding the kiddos! Loved the sample blends at the end, can’t wait to try them.

Jacklyn

Science of Aromatherapy Course

Most information available on aromatherapy is confusing and conflicting, produced by untrained individuals, and leaves us feeling skeptical. Bust through those challenges with this course. Learn the science & chemistry of aromatherapy, safety guidelines, drug interactions, contraindications, and botanical profiles of 10 most popular essential oils. Confidently incorporate essential oils into your practice with your clients.

Learn:

  • drug interactions
  • allergies & allergic reactions
  • pregnancy & breastfeeding
  • children
  • epilepsy
  • bleeding disorders
  • general safety guidelines
  • topical application
  • inhalation
  • ingestion & its controversies
  • chemistry, main uses, and contraindications of the 10 most popular essential oils

On completion of this course you will receive a certificate of completion, which can be submitted to the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada for 5 Continuing Competency credits for online/distance learning.