Dominant oils: Vetiver, Patchouli, Sandalwood
Function: Sets the mood for those special times with that special person.
Dominant oils: Rosemary, Roman camomile, Sweet marjoram
Function: Relaxes muscle aches, pains and cramps from any cause
Use: Topical Massage
Dominant oils: Vanilla, Ginger, Copaiba
Function: A rich, sweet amber-vanilla blend that promotes general relaxation at any time
Use: Inhalation, diffuser, massage
Dominant oils: Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Grand fir
Function: Gently helps relieve congested, painful sinuses
Use: Inhalation, diffuser, facial steam, massage
Dominant oils: Bergamot, Ylang ylang, Roman camomile
Function: A delicate fresh-floral blend for letting stress just flow away. For relaxation without sedation. Helps coping with stress anytime, anywhere-work, home, car, travel and so on.
Use: Inhalation, diffuser, topical on temples and forehead, whole body massage
Dominant oils: Lavender, Clary sage, Helichrysum
Function: Relaxes and settles for sleep: the deep satisfaction and sweetness of true sleep- these sweet-green floral oils will twinkle like little stars when darkness falls
Use: Diffuser in the evening or at night, inhalation, massage of the forearms using the dilutions above and stroking towards the body.
USES: Inhalation, diffuser or whole body massage, bath
Direct inhalation: Put a few drops on a tissue and inhale the scent. Dropping a few drops on a wet washcloth in the shower or bath also works well.
Diffuser and nebulizer: 3-10 drops into water for a diffuser with a heat or air source. Use about 3ml for a nebulizer operated by an air pump.
Massage: Use 15-30 drops per 1 oz (30ml) carrier oil or lotion and massage into desired area. Grapeseed, Jojoba, Sweet Almond oils are best for this purpose. (2-4% dillution)
Bath: Add 1-5 drops into bath water
CAUTION: Never use Aromatherapy Blends undiluted on the skin, except when placing ONE drop on the pulse points as perfume. Check with your health-care practitioner about using blends during pregnancy and postpartum.
In 1983 John Harding discovered he possessed a rare talent. He is what perfumers call a Nose (French: le nez) due to their fine sense of smell and skill in producing olfactory compositions. He discovered he could formulate the multiple oils at the root of every designer perfume.