Cardamom is a great essential oil to use for digestion, massage, and more. Find out what you should know before using Cardamom essential oil.
Ever since I started working with Cardamom to prepare for this month’s Deep Dive in the Inner Sanctum Membership, I haven’t been able to stop making blends with it.
Years ago, I made this blend for a client, and it quickly became my standard massage oil blend. Here’s how I helped this client find the right blend for her friends who were experiencing trauma and inflammation. Learn how to make it for yourself!
There’s a tendency to blame unsafe practices and the overuse of essential oils on these kinds of companies, but that’s not the whole story. Read about why Sylla is grateful for these aromatic movers and shakers.
Wondering if you are using essential oils safely? Have you heard conflicting information and want to get to the truth? Sylla tells it all in this interview with the Big Mouth Pharmacist.
It’s harvest time! Take a walk with Sylla through her Yarden as we move into this fall season.
Essential oil chemistry tends to be the biggest hurdle for most budding aromatherapists. But we are here to say that it doesn’t have to be!
Most of us will experience trauma in one form or another at some point in our lives, and plant medicine can be a wonderful healing ally during these times.
We’re back with our first Yarden Walk of 2019. The yarden’s been growing, so let’s see what’s new!
Sure, we use essential oils for health, beauty, and well-being, but the practice of aromatherapy has the power to deeply transform our lives.
Sure, essential oils can help us with pain relief, but there’s a larger message that must not be missed. In this video, Sylla shares insight on how you can gain a new perspective on your pain.
Nyssa sits down with Dr. Trevor Stokes to find out about he and Sylla started the Psychosensory Aromatherapy Research Project and what they learned about aromatherapy and treating behavioral disorders.
Aromatherapy can help us as we heal from past traumas. But how? Here’s a story about how one student transformed a “trigger oil” into one their favorite aromatic allies.
Most of us learn that each chemical family has specific actions, but this is a myth. Find out why essential oil chemistry is more complicated than that.
Don’t know what to do with those leftover Evergreen branches? Find out how Sylla used Spruce tips to make a delightful simple syrup.
Why do so many essential oils share names? Why does one plant have many names? Which ones do you need to know? Find out here.
Many are celebrating Halloween this week, but we like to remember the more ancient meanings of this holiday. At the Atlantic Institute, we honor those who came before us with knowledge of the cycles of the year.