Friday, November 24, 2017

How to Blend and Use Aromatherapy Oils to Relieve Pain and Stress : Aromatherapy Massage Oil to Relieve Backache

Learn how to blend aromatherapy essential oils to make a massage oil to relieve backache, in this free video.

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11 Responses to “How to Blend and Use Aromatherapy Oils to Relieve Pain and Stress : Aromatherapy Massage Oil to Relieve Backache”
  1. 247XPRESS says:

    …the store… :)

  2. computerpurple says:

    I hope rosemary won’t be mad that you took her oil. he he he

  3. genevieve0204 says:

    Hmm, I’ve been told that black peppers is good for back pain as its an antispasmodic and also, never to use more then 8drops of essential oil in total.

  4. lilvietkelly says:

    thnx! but where do we get lavender oil?

  5. HollyoaksInTheCity06 says:

    i find all youre videos
    really interesting
    thanx for sharing them :)

  6. txikitodetirikitraun says:

    Amazingly wrong where did that lady study? If the bottle get broken you can drop all the bottle in th back and by the way how do you perform the patch test with that method?…

  7. mzconception says:

    Qualified Holsitic Therapist and Skin Specialist.

    This is quite wrong end of.

  8. cowinyourface says:

    Hi, why are you applying the oils NEAT?

  9. IamCerberusBindweed says:

    I agree, I was told to first blend the oils beforehand that way the oils blend into the skin more easily and thus getting better results.

    When I give massages I have a spritz bottle with my carrier and chosen essential oils that I have talked with the client about on my work belt so I can easily access the oil throughout the massage routine. By doing it the way shown in this vid, it can cause the client to become uncomfortable due to the back cooling from to much time exposed to the room temp.

  10. goddessbrightlight says:

    Stimulation through smell, touch, feel is 3 out of 3 for me.

  11. vanillacrescent says:

    thats …. totally different from what i learned in massage school. :S

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