Sunday, October 22, 2017

How to Blend & Use Aromatherapy Oils : Aromatherapy Massage Oil to Relieve Backache

Learn how to blend aromatherapy essential oils to make a massage oil to relieve backache and get expert tips and advice on aromatherapy ingredients and techniques in this free personal health video. Expert: Nili Nathan Contact: earth911.org Bio: Nili Nathan, host of “Great Healing Getaways”, is the creator of a television series and Web site on holistic health, where she researches, writes, and reports. Filmmaker: Nili Nathan
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Learn how to use aromatherapy oils to ease cold & flu pains in this free health & wellness video, as part of a series on ExpertVillage.com

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4 Responses to “How to Blend & Use Aromatherapy Oils : Aromatherapy Massage Oil to Relieve Backache”
  1. moly5524 says:

    Very helpful, Can’t wait to try these recipes. What is her website called??

  2. tatiana00000 says:

    Thank you, this is wonderful!

  3. mountainDreamer says:

    Some oils should not be put directly on the skin, but is okay mixed and diluted with your carrier oil, such as Almond oil in this case.

  4. thetruesage says:

    she said be careful not to get the lemon oil on skin… and its for a massage?

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