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Why Dilute Essential Oils

If you’ve been using essential oils for a while, you’ve probably come across information about dilution. Here is why we believe it is so important (and how you can begin to it easily at home!).

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How to Fall In Love with Essential Oil Chemistry

Are you struggling to understand essential oil chemistry?

Do you yearn to speak of esters and phenols with fondness, the way some aroma-nerds do?

Chemistry is one of those subjects, which for so many, fear takes their curiosity hostage. But no more, aroma friends!

The truth is, chemistry can be enlightening, empowering, and (even) fun. Today’s interview shows you how.

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3 Go-To Essential Oils for Work

Running an aromatherapy business must be filled with calming music, soothing scents, and lots of relaxation, right? Sometimes. But mostly, it’s just like any other business. The only difference is that we get constant reminders that life is too short to...

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Learn About Patchouli

It’s the oil that you either love or hate, the one that’s associated with the ‘60s, and as Sylla says, the oil that’s “an old hippie scent.”

One of the first of Sylla’s discoveries, it is her known favorite. Join Sylla on this earthy, woody adventure as she explores Patchouli.

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Interview with Marge Clark: A Call for Global Healing

Have you ever hit rock bottom only to look up and wonder what’s next? Sometimes it takes a shock for us to finally look around and wonder, “What do I want to do with my life?”

I love hearing stories of those who’ve found a way to not only overcome misfortune, but transcend it. Not just because they inspire me, but because I know we need more stories like this in our world today. Marge Clark is a living example of someone who is redefining disability, and she owes it partly to the power of essential oils. Listen to our first ever interview in the Inner Sanctum.

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Aromatic Honey for Allergy Season

Springtime means new growth, flowers, and … pollen. For many of us that means, lots of sneezing, a runny nose, and red eyes. Find out about our favorite spring allergy remedy of an aromatic honey made with essential oils. It is easy to make and tasty to use.

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Sylla’s Latest Lessons in Self-Care

Everyone always wants to know why we have yet to put our programs online allowing more students to study with us. We always say it is because we have way too much fun in class. (We do have a secret plan in place to bring the Atlantic Institute to you ... Have you...

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New Review for Natural Aromatic Materials

New Review for Natural Aromatic Materials Are you looking for the ultimate reference for natural perfumery? Do you work with aromatic materials, such as essential oils, Co2s, or absolutes?  Would you like more detailed information on the natural aromatics you are...

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Sylla Recognized for Outstanding Contributions

Sylla Recognized for Outstanding Contributions At the Alliance of International Aromatherapists Conference this past August, many friends and colleagues had the pleasure of seeing Sylla win win this year's Outstanding Contributions Award. Thanks to our...

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Spring Sale – 2 Hours Only!

Learn the intuitive science of healing "Let your perfume become your medicine" March 2017 In celebration of our coming out this weekend, we are offering super savings for 2 hours only! Only from 2-4pm on Sunday, you can get HALF OFF these items. Aromatic...

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Aromatic Reflection

Winter is the time of year where we are called to slow down and be still. It might not seem like that in the holiday season sprees, year-end deadlines, and new year jumpstarts, but it is important to continue to find a stillness in the whirlwind of winter. Essential oils are great tools to help bring us back to center.

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Keeping the Beginner’s Mind

At the heart of a mindfulness practice is the idea of a “beginner’s mind.” This means that no matter how long you have been practicing you are encouraged to approach your experience with the mind of a beginner, letting go of preconceived notions, of past experiences, of comparing this to last time and just be in your experience right now.

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