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Aromatherapy Class


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Aromatherapy Class

  1. 1. By Bonnie Canavino President Red Cherry Group Amrit organic ~ “RAW SKIN CARE” ~ spa specifics
  2. 2. • Over 5,000 years • Cultural & Indigenous Medical Practices Time Line of Aromatherapy • Spirituality • Mind, Body Spirit Connection • Holistic healing Emotion, Beauty & Healing of Aromatherapy
  3. 3. • Properly administrated produces no harmful side effects • Awakens & strengthens vital energies & self healing Effects of using Aromatherapy • Brings appreciation to Beauty • Provides inner contentment • Directly effects the BRIAN from psychological & physiological processes Benefits of Aromatherapy
  4. 4. • Inhalation: aroma lamps, aerosols & breathing devices • Skin Absorption effecting lymphatic tissue to circulatory system • Internal medicinally Methods of Aromatherapy Homeopathic is different! • Extracts • Essential oils • Tinctures • Dry herbs • Pastes • Blends • Bases Different forms of Aromatherapy
  5. 5. Father of Aromatherapy Dr. Renee-Maurice Gattefoss`e French Chemist 1937 Interest –Cosmetic & Medicinal Aspects French Physician Dr. Jean Valnet Impressed with Gattefoss`e used essential oils during WW11 Valnet’s Students Marguerite Maury & Micheline Arcier brought Aromatherapy to Great Britain These Western European Professionals began the Modern Science of using aromatherapy in medicine and healing thus began aromatherapy in our western cultures Also Look up: ~Italian scientists Dr. Renato Cayola, Dr. Giovanni Garri, ~Professor Paolo Rovesti Modern History of Aromatherapy
  6. 6. Souls of the Plants pure blood Ethereal heavenly & celestial Essences it’s own fragrance Aura color of life diminishing when the leaf dies Energy to heal & enlighten
  7. 7.  A great deal of Plant or flower is require to produce a rather small amount of essential oil  They must be stored with a tight lid & in a cool environment.  They love glass either colored or frosted because they are light sensitive  They are not an oil in the true sense of the word, they evaporate and will float from our skin into the air yet can penetrate into the blood stream!  They live active for years if treated with care1  They do not like extreme temperatures  They are not uniform, colors from clear to green, light to heavy weight & disperse differently sometimes cloudy!  They do not mix well with water, they love fatty acid oils, alcohol, soap, honey & eye yolk!
  8. 8. Citrus Fruits Evergreen & Pine Herbs Flowers Woody Plants
  9. 9.  Distillation: is the number one preferred method of organic & natural gurus.  Plant Materials  Container , tube & receptacle with cool water  Content is heated, plant live droplets are carried by steam to receptacle  Lighter oils float to the top…voila essential oil  Below…floral water  Facts about distillation;  Higher temperatures or pressure great higher volumes of oil but directly effects quality.  Destroys plant’s fragile substances  Changes aroma  A complete essential oil has all it’s components.  Example:  lavender has 160 different components
  10. 10.  Cold Press the next preferred method of processing of organic and naturalist gurus.  Specifics plant materials including fruit skin abd thick leaf plants are gathered  Mixed with a little water  Pressured with compression for oil extraction  Enfleurage is an ancient method  Plant materials immersed in neutral fat ( either animal or plant)  Pressed between two hard surfaces (glass)  Repeated over weeks  Once fat was separated from the plant material the mixture was covered with alcohol until the oil separated from the fat
  11. 11.  Chemical Solvent not the most favorite 21st Century preference. Solvents include: hexane, petroleum benzine, ether &carbon tetrachloride  Extraction comes with vacuum distillation  Solvents are highly toxic & plant extraction is never complete  End results -solvent in essential oil 5 parts per million  Resinoid Method is separating the essential oil with fragrant resins  Odorless & toxic  Heat separation is an additional solvent: toluol/toluene or alcohol  Alcohol is the preferred solvent  Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Method  Liquid-phication to extract essential oils  Leaves High and low notes  Debate of therapeutic value still out to jury!
  12. 12.  Today our global market for essential oils, herbs and precious plants comes every corner of the world  The US states include: California, Texas, Mississippi, Virginia, Carolina, Michigan, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana…nearly every state does…
  13. 13. Aroma • Thru the Air • Off the Body • Smell it in! Ofactory • Triggers Pheromones • Sexuality • Happiness • Energy • Repulsion Memory • Never Forgets • Heals • Inspires • Protects • Motivates • Stops • Renews • creativity
  14. 14. Aroma • Custom Consult • Custom Choice Flow on Touch • Aroma Ofactory • Skin Absorbs ion • Blood Stream activity Action • Properties • Mind, Body Spirit Connection
  15. 15. Build a library Check out the Internet for approved on line courses Check Your local College Ask your teachers Ask Local massage certifiers Like NCBTMB and associations! Aromatherapy natural healing by Maury & Arcier Learn indigenous medicinal cultures!
  16. 16. The Red Cherry Group • Leaders in organic, natural botanical and wild crafted formulations for spa healing and beauty. • Three spa brands amrit organic • Leader and pioneer indigenous rituals using organics for spa • Organic center oils, essential oils and spa ritual therapies spa specifics • Leader in consulting • Leader and first to formulate organic therapies for nails and Body “RAW SKIN CARE” Spa’s first true skin care like RAW FOOD… launch January 2011… Contact Information” Phone 847 823 1727 Email www. or www. The or www.