Friday, January 19, 2018

Aromatherapy Essential Oils: Ylang Ylang and Jasmine at the Aromahead Institute

Aromatherapy Courses: Visit the grounds of the Aromahead Institute with Andrea Butje. She’ll show you the gorgeous blooming Jasmine and Ylang Ylang. Learn what sorts of blooms are used by distillers to produce essential oils.

Info vid about rosemary oil, its properties and usage.

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19 Responses to “Aromatherapy Essential Oils: Ylang Ylang and Jasmine at the Aromahead Institute”
  1. nina1823 says:

    The ylang ylang trees I saw in the Philippines are very tall and big, so that one in this video looks just like a shrub and it has already so many flowers.

  2. TrustYourSource says:

    @frozengates I wish I had a hint, ours just grew all on its own!

  3. frozengates says:

    Any secrets on how to get my ylang ylang tree seeds to germinate?

  4. kurogane10 says:

    How pretty :)

  5. elliptic2012 says:

    @cvicki457 you’re very welcome…;-)

  6. cvicki457 says:

    Thks for the videos great info….Glad I found you peace.

  7. elliptic2012 says:

    @Princemom1 thanks for taking time out to watch! LOL

  8. Princemom1 says:

    I love all your vids,keep them coming,also love your professionlism:)
    Thanks for keep all your loc sister informed,your hair always look so
    beautiful,thanks queen.

  9. elliptic2012 says:

    i would wait until breastfeeding is done to start using the rosemary. you don’t know how much is actually getting into the breast milk, so it’s better to be safe than sorry. happy mixing!

  10. tinajo650 says:

    You’re helping me out so much! :D I just got some Jasmine & Rosemary oils. I’m currently waiting on Shea Butter, Jojoba oil, almond oil, and coconut oil to make my hair butter. My little one is 17 months old…and I still breastfeed should I leave the rosemary oil out? I only nurse once a day…

  11. elliptic2012 says:

    thank you very much! ;-)

  12. SuperEcoGirl says:

    I’m using this on my scalp and it smells like Vicks. Great vid!

  13. elliptic2012 says:

    thank you for the compliment! ;-)

  14. toledogirl says:

    your eyes are stunning!!!! pretty.

  15. elliptic2012 says:

    thank you for watching! and no, i’m no longer vegetarian. i had a bout of anemia after six months of no meat, and my hair really suffered. but now all is well. i’ll probably go back to being completely meatless soon, but this time i’ll pay more attention to vitamin supplementation.

  16. frankydiezel says:

    68lbs to make 1lb… wow!! are you vegetarian?? i have rosemary and frankincense. i’m gonna mix the too then burn it to see how it smells. excellent info as always. peace!

  17. elliptic2012 says:

    thank you– and thanks for watching! ;-)

  18. msfullroller says:

    Great info and I hope that you are feeling better!

  19. RevMichelle says:

    Very interesting!

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