Archive for May, 2010

What Are The Oils To Cure Arthritis?

Often times, I will receive an email from clients who have tried my programs who suffer from other conditions as well. One regular topic is arthritis. This is a timely subject, as we will be publishing an arthritis therapy publication soon.

How to Get Great Massage Therapy Supply Items

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Whether you are a massage therapy student or a seasoned massage therapist, finding the right massage therapy supply items is of the utmost importance. With all the suppliers and massage therapy supply distributors out there, how do you know that you’re in good hands?

Essential Oils: Naturally Antiviral

Many individuals are more than willing to take a pill that their doctor prescribes them. They are even willing to take over the counter medicines if it will offer some kind of relief. But many people do not think about the side effects that these drugs have on their bodies.

Nature’s Best Pain Reliever

Yes, it’s true: Helichrysum essential oil (also commonly referred to as ‘Everlasting’ and ‘Immortelle’) provides fast-acting, effective pain relief for a great many physical ailments. Aromatherapy companies are, by law, prevented from advertising this fact directly along with their products, but it’s true. Many, many individuals are regularly using this very healing oil to both reduce pain and, depending on the injury or ailment, to actually speed healing. As noted by Dr. Kurt Schnaubelt, America?s leading medical aromatherapist, the effects of this oil are “so convincing that it has never met with any kind of criticism.” So what’s special about this oil, where do you get it and how do you use it?

Gel Candles

Gel candles are increasing in popularity. They are very decorative and are great as scented candles. Individuals are even starting to make gel candles as hobbies.

Candle Making History

To learn about the history of candles get ready to dive deep into history. If you look at the history of the world it’s only been recently that candles weren’t needed for light. Primeval candles that resemble our contemporary candles were invented close to 6,000 years ago! Keep reading for more information about candle making history.