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How to Blend and Use Aromatherapy Oils to Relieve Pain and Stress : How to Make a Lavender Body Lotion for a Good Nights Sleep : Aromatherapy Tips

October 20, 2010 by aromatherapymaster guest  
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Learn how to make an aromatherapy lavender body lotion to aid in a good nights sleep, in this free video.
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7 Responses to “How to Blend and Use Aromatherapy Oils to Relieve Pain and Stress : How to Make a Lavender Body Lotion for a Good Nights Sleep : Aromatherapy Tips”
  1. uhad2again says:

    Very informitive. Thank you. wheelchair and braces I desire to use oil than chemical medication…you are a God send!

  2. toledogirl says:

    hi,can you put clary sage on your pillow too?i just bought some today.

  3. 247XPRESS says:

    We heard you the first time…

  4. Stephprincess93 says:

    Cinnamon oil is probably the worst oil to use on your skin. Don’t do it. She was more careful with the lavender which is safe to use undiluted on the skin. What kind of expert is she?

  5. edgemoore420 says:

    Adding essential oils to a hot bath will provide very little in aromatherapy as essential oils are very heat and light sensitive. Better to offer to add the same amount of essential oils to some sunflower, olive, or other culinary oil and use as a body or massage oil. Remember to store your essential oils in a dark, cool location, they should also be kept in a well sealed amber glass bottle.

  6. edgemoore420 says:

    Adding essential oils to a hot bath will provide very little in aromatherapy as essential oils are very heat and light sensitive. Better to offer to add the same amount of essential oils to some sunflower, olive, or other culinary oil and use as a body or massage oil. Remember to store your essential oils in a dark, cool location, they should also be kept in a well sealed amber glass bottle.

  7. edgemoore420 says:

    Make sure your starting lotion is unscented. Use disposable droppers (one for each essential oil) and do not cross contaminate one to the other. Clary Sage should be avoided when pregnant (although the minimal amount used here should cause no problems).

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