For better health and quality of life

What is Aromatherapy and Energetic Aromatherapy?

Aromatherapy is the use of essential oils and essential waters from plants for your health and well-being. 

The word “aroma” makes it sound as if the oils would be inhaled,

which they can of course, 

but they can also be massaged into the skin or

-- more rarely -- taken by mouth.

Essential oils should never be taken by mouth without specific instructions

from a qualified specialist.

Whether inhaled or applied on the skin, essential oils are gaining new attention

as an alternative treatment for infections, stress, and other health problems. 

Our products are all distillated from organic plants 

and delivered to you 100% pure (= undiluted).

They are specially energised in our Pyramid room, 

which can give you many more untold benefits...

What are Essential Oils?

Essential oils are concentrated extracts taken from the roots, leaves, seeds, barks or blossoms of plants. Each contains its own mix of active ingredients, and this mix determines what the oil is used for. 

Some oils are used to promote physical healing -- 

for example, to treat swelling or fungal infections.

Others are used for their emotional value --

they may enhance relaxation or make a room smell pleasant.

Orange blossom oil, for example, contains a large amount of an active ingredient that is calming.

How Does Aromatherapy Work?

The circulatory system is the body’s main system of transport.

Although there is continuing research into the specific pathways and effectiveness of each oil,

essential oils are generally absorbed into the circulatory system via absorption through the skin or the nose mucous membranes.

Once the oil molecules have entered the bloodstream they travel throughout the body and affect it according to their specific properties.

Primary Aromatherapy Methods:

  • inhalation – add two or three drops of essential oil or essential water to a bowl of steaming hot water and breathe in the steam for a few minutes with a towel draped over your head to capture the steam with the essences.
  • vaporisation – the most used method of vaporisation is to add pure essential oils or essential waters (Hydrosols) to a diffuser for dispersing micron-sized particals into your immediate environment for aromatherapy benefits.
  • bathing – add four to six drops of pure essential oils to a hot bath along with a dispersant (such as alcohol or milk) to break up the oil on the surface of the water, which avoids the oil sensitizing your skin. Or, alternatively, you can add 1 teaspoon of golden jojoba, as the carrier oil of choice, to protect the skin. I prefer to use my essential waters or Hydrosols for bathing which is wonderful.
  • massage – using 15 to 20 drops of pure essential oil in 30cc (1 ounce) of massage oil base is one of the most relaxing and therapeutic ways to receive the aromatherapy benefits, along with the detoxification of the body through lymph drainage and the stimulation of the entire circulatory system.
  • spray – adding 1 teaspoon of essential oils or waters to 200 cc (or 7 ounces) of good water along with 1 ounce of vodka or 90% isopropyl alcohol (to emulsify the oils) and then spray on bedding, linens, towels, and use as a room spray to deodorize and disinfect the air. Here again, we prefer to use the Hydrosols (or essential waters) which do not need to be diluted and which are much less expensive.
  • Essential waters or hydrosols can also be sprayed directly on the body or in the air which can immediately create a wonderfully refreshing atmosphere.

Our Aromatherapy products are all made with organic plants
which have only pure essential oils or hydrosols as active agents.

Our products are not tested on animals and contain no chemicals.

There are many different formulas to use essential oils.

We work with the molecules first.

So you can find the same molecules in different plants or essential oils.

For example, you can find a Limonene in sweet orange, mandarin, lemon, lime, bergamot, petit grain, grapefruit, geranium etc... 

It all depends on the mix you want to make.

Normally you have to check that the different molecules involved are compatible.

Therefore, different Aromatherapy practitioners will use different mixes

but with the molecules they want to use for a specific purpose.  

I hope that this explanation is clear and that you will be careful when using aromatherapy products.

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For more info, please contact us.

The Aromatherapy of the future...

AROMATHERAPY Essential Waters or HYDROSOLS are also known as Hydrolates, or Herbal and Floral waters.

I like the word HYDROSOL better because it contains the word SOL which implies the sun.

They are gentle, water-based, non-alcoholic plant extracts that expand the healing, cosmetic, and culinary applications of aromatherapy.

Hydrosols (HY) are considered to be the homeopathic (diluted) form of Aromatherapy

and I enjoy using them every day.... 

because I can spray the HY directly on my skin. 

They are pure water-based solutions that are created by steam distillation of organic plants.

They can be applied directly on the skin or taken internally (diluted in water, fruit juices or teas) to treat medical conditions naturally or just to cool down the body and mind for which I use Peppermint Hydrosol! 

For more details, please go to our Hydrosol page. 

For more info, please contact us.

Enjoy your visit.

Taking the essential oil from the separating funnel
2015 April : Cutting the Ginger
2013 Dec Christina and Giovanna
Separating moxa leaves from their stems
Moxa oil and its Hydrolate
Moxa leaves in the distillator