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July 2010

Remove Odors Naturally With Aromatherapy and Natural Ingredients

Baking SodaHere in Metro Detroit, this past weekend has been filled with a great deal of heavy rainfall. I'm blessed that my basement didn't flood, but it is slightly wet/damp and was beginning to smell rather musty already. This reminded me of a year ago when my basement did encounter a little flooding and extensive stinky-ness. I've used my own basic Carpet Deodorizer Recipe in the past to freshen up my carpeting, but I seriously put baking soda to the test last year and again now to get rid of the odor. It's been a Godsend.

Lemon and VinegarRealizing that information about this would be a helpful addition to AromaWeb, I've just added a new article entitled Remove Odors Naturally With Aromatherapy and Natural Ingredients.

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TOMORROW July 21: AIA Teleconference Featuring Marge Clark of Nature's Gift

AIA LogoA little birdie (Ann McIntire Wooledge, AIA's Central Regional Representative) recently shared the following:

Marge Clark"Marge Clark of Nature's Gift with her vast amount of knowledge is going to be our speaker at the monthly Alliance of International Aromatherapist's teleconference on Wednesday, July 21. You do need to be a member to participate in these conferences, and if you have the slightest interest in true aromatherapy then this is a great organization to join. Robert Tisserand is head of our research committee, plus we have many other well-know names, such as Marge, who participate and give monthly conferences. We will have a publication coming out soon."

On behalf of AromaWeb, I'm honored that Marge Clark's company Nature's Gift, Inc. is AromaWeb's longest running and presently largest advertiser (over 10 years!). Marge was also a remarkable mentor to me in my aromatherapy beginnings pre-AromaWeb. Marge is a delight to converse with and learn from. Don't miss this teleconference!

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Aromatherapy and Essential Oils at Bathtime

Aromatherapy and Essential Oils at BathtimeInspired by a question about bath salts from a visitor to AromaWeb (thank you Elizabeth), I have updated AromaWeb's Aromatherapy Baths article to include more information on bath salts. I've also added a section on Bath Bombs and a section on the simplicity of my own bathing routine. In the future, I will likely write an article dedicated specifically to the therapeutic benefits of salts.

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Smoking Cessation: Guide to Essential Oils and Aromatherapy Techniques That May Help With Your Efforts to Quit Smoking

Aromatherapy and Essential Oils for Smoking CessationAs a former smoker, I intimately understand how difficult it can be to quit smoking. It requires a lot of willpower and determination, and few people are able to completely quit "cold turkey" without any discomfort or withdrawal symptoms.

Once you've quit, no matter what strategies that you used to assist you, you will have a huge reason to pat yourself on the back!

Aromatherapy is not a miracle cure that will magically eliminate all of your cravings and withdrawal symptoms. But... sensibly using essential oils may play an especially helpful role in your effort to quit smoking.

I have just finished publishing a lengthy article on AromaWeb that describe a number of essential oils and techniques including those I personally used when I quit several years ago. Combined with other smoking cessation techniques, aromatherapy can help increase your chances of quitting and staying quit.

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Aromatherapy and Essential Oil Inhalers

Aromatherapy and Essential Oil InhalerAromatherapy inhalers are a convenient and cost effective way to enjoy the benefits of essential oils at home or while "on the go." Aromatherapy inhalers enclose a concentrated amount of essential oil. To use one, you simply unscrew the cap and raise the tip of the inhaler to your nose. They can be transported in your purse, briefcase or backpack and are even small enough to fit in a pocket.

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