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Essential Oils we use in our practices

Discussions about our uses of essential oils in our practices , what type and manufacturer we use . Our personal successes with the oils for our clients .

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My use of essential oils 9 Replies

Hi everyone , I use essential oils every day in my massage practice and my home life . I swear by them and have allot of success with them . I would love to hear from other therapists what brand you…Continue

Started by Beulah. Last reply by Kristin Cunnar May 4, 2015.

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Comment by Renee Rainbow on April 13, 2010 at 11:40pm
I am new to the group. I love Young Living Essential Oils. Just listened to a call tonight on using them for pregnancy and children. I also hope to bring the raindrop to my spa soon.
Comment by Kelly Sanders, LMT on April 13, 2010 at 9:21pm
Regarding mugwort...
I found this by googling mugwort essential oil.
Mugwort essential oil is steam distilled from the wild-crafted plant native to Morocco. It is a strong oil, composed mainly of ketones, that should be used with great caution. The diluted oil has been used for warts and tumors. Diffused, it may help with respiratory infections but is not recommended for massage or internal use.
Comment by Darcy Neibaur on April 6, 2010 at 8:28am
Emma I found nothing on white mugwort at also it is not listed in my Reference Guide for Essential Oils.
Comment by Emma Torsey on April 6, 2010 at 7:21am
Just wondering if anyone knows anything about White Mugwort?
I hear some say never to use it but some say you can use it .
How do you feel about it?
Comment by Sara Holmes on March 31, 2010 at 10:16am
I would like to know more about Dr. Hill if anyone is able to share more information.
I would also be interested in a website address if he has one. Thanks for any educational information on these oils that would be valuable.
Comment by Kelly Sanders, LMT on March 30, 2010 at 12:40pm
That is awesome. I can't wait for tonights webinar because my patient is diabetic and is dealing with "hot flashes" or hormonal imbalances due to the diabetes I'm sure.
Comment by Pat Ward on March 28, 2010 at 7:49am

Can you explain how you use the Pan-Away oil? I have neck and shoulder issues and would like to be able to relieve the pain without resorting to medications. Thanks
Comment by Beulah on March 28, 2010 at 7:16am
Oil of the Day ! Pan-Away .......... I use this oil on a daily basis with my
ortho /sports clients with Great results.
Comment by Sara Holmes on March 24, 2010 at 3:05pm
Hi all,
No need to apologize for being cautious. I wish that more people were as considerate as you and Beulah. There are important things to take into consideration when using essential oils during massage but I also use them
(by request) for 90% of my clients. Most of them I make custom blends for
to fit their individual health assessment and needs. I always blend my oils
before applying on the skin and patch test if I am concerned about allergies.
You are smart to be thinking about your clients overall well-being but don't be intimidated about using essential oils. Educate yourself on safety precautions and contraindications and you and your clients will blossom!
Comment by Pam Ferriter-Aarli on March 24, 2010 at 10:12am
Thanks for the tips! I guess that I've been a little paranoid and I need to start being a little more free thinking. Can't wait for my next client!

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