Whether you’re new to aromatherapy or you’ve been using essential oils for years, you’ve probably noticed that a lot of the information floating around out there isn’t very deep.
And some of it isn’t very good.
But the volatile organic compounds we call essential oils have been the targets of hundreds of medical studies over the years–good, scientific studies published in mainstream medical journals. Why is there such a gap between the do-it-yourself aromatherapy advice you see all over the internet and the proven scientific study that’s being done on botanical extracts?
There is a better way.
Beginning January 1, 2017, EssentialOilDatabase will begin publishing monographs on all the major essential oils commonly used in aromatherapy today. We’ll do the big ones like lavender, peppermint and rosemary and the more obscure ones, like opopanax, jonquil and asafetida. And because I don’t believe in withholding information, I’ll even cover the ones that a lot of books won’t: wormwood, garlic and rue, for example.
The first monograph publishes January 1st; make sure you bookmark us and follow Lisa on social media for more details.