Saturday, March 24, 2012

March 31 Give-Away... just one week away!

This Month Gift Give-Away is my favorite Dead Sea Face Mask with Rose water and Rhassoul clay, settle in a Rattan basket and nestled on a bright Pink wash cloth, accompanied by some Sea Shell friends. Ready to be given as an Easter Day or Mother's Day Gift. Doesn't this like Great! To enter just Sign up for my Newsletter at... www.MyAncientOils.com and Comment to this post! GOOD LUCK!

Friday, March 23, 2012

The Journal of Quality Research in Dementia, Issue 3

Aromatherapy for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease

Professor Elaine Perry (FmedSci)

Professor of Neurochemical Pathology, Institute for Ageing and Health, Newcastle General Hospital, Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 6BE Telephone 0191 444 4416. Fax 0191 444 4402. Email E.K.Perry@ncl.ac.uk. Elaine Perry also runs Dilston Physic Garden, Northumberland (http://www.dilstonphysicgarden.com/)
Linda Cawley, Secretary to the Cerebrovascular Group, Institute for Ageing and Health, assisted in the preparation of this article.

In a trial involving 122 non-demented patients in intensive care, massage aromatherapy using lavender oil was well received, the greatest improvements being in mood and reduction in anxiety.[2]

In another trial, lavender, geranium and mandarin essential oils in an almond oil base were applied to the skin of 39 patients over an unspecified period. This resulted in increased alertness, contentment and sleeping at night; and reduced levels of agitation, withdrawal and wandering.[3]

In a recent open-labelled trial on people with dementia, the use of a range of essential oils, including ylang ylang, patchouli, rosemary, peppermint and others, produced a marked decrease in disturbed behaviour in the majority of participants. This led to a reduction in prescribed conventional medicines, thereby delivering cost savings.[4]  

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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Loving Guide - Numerology Charts

I have studied three methods of numerology, the main one that I use now is Pythagoras as I was blown away with the detail. The other two methods were quite general, find out about your strengths,weaknesses, health, relationships, best career and many other things. I can do a personal chart or look into relationships and show you the strengths and weaknesses in each relationship so you can get the most out of each one in our life.
I offer various charts including Relationship Reports. Check out my shop to see which chart is best for you? I will email you a copy of your chart within a couple days (unless you prefer a hardcopy)

LovingGuide.Etsy.com


Saturday, March 17, 2012

Relay For Life - Vendor Show

Springboro, Ohio
Relay For Life - Vendor Show
Fundraising Event

Date: Saturday, March 31, 2012
Time: 12-5 p.m.
Location: Pisanello’s Pizza
355 South Main Street, Franklin, OH 45005
on the 3rd floor ballroom
 
 
Cost: Donation to Relay For Life only (not required to enter)

Silent Auction held during the event and winners announced 
at 4:00 p.m. (need not be present to win)

It’s your ONE STOP SHOP, over 20 Vendors and Crafters will be present and ready to make a sale!

There will be other chances to win prizes and get information about the Relay For Life!

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Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Is your hair thinning?

Aromatherapy works in perfect harmony with the human body as a whole. A group of dermatologists in Scotland tested an herbal remedy with great success, helping over 40% of their patients with a mixture of essential oils containing cedarwood, lavender, rosemary and thyme. Studies proved that aromatherapy is an effective and safe treatment for hair loss and baldness.

Hair loss can occur due to stress, hormonal changes and medications. Aromatherapy is a safe alternative to treat bald patches will great success. Some essential oils help encourage scalp circulation while others will encourage new growth and stimulate hair follicles. Hair treatment can be done using essential oil in hair conditioner, shampoo or in a scalp massage.

 Restoring lost hair due to alopecia can take anywhere from three to six months, sometimes even longer. Although aromatherapy is a long term commitment, it does offer the ability to take control of your hair loss issues, without the side effects of chemicals.

Beneficial Essential Oils for Hair Loss: Bay, Cedarwood, Grapefruit, Jojoba oil, Lavender, Lavender, Lemon, Rosemary, Roman Chamomile

Monday, March 12, 2012

Easter Baskets for Adults Children!

I have 2 adult children who still enjoy and appreciate Easter. We start off with a prayer of appreciation, a delicious home cooked feast, and of course an Easter “Basket” hunt. So, weeks before Easter I start looking for fun little goodies to put in their baskets. Considering they are adults this task can be daunting. 
 
Well, here are a few ideals and fun little trinkets to help you along. Starting with BookMarks!  Who doesn’t like bookmarks? If you have a avid reader in the mist , why not check out GMaEllenCrochetGifts ? Owner, Ellen Mackler from Walla Walla, WA, creates beautiful delicate crochet bookmarks, Jewelry and totes! You can easily roll up a bookmark and place it into a brightly color plastic egg.  You can to the same with this sweet little wine charm (remember adult children ;D)
  

Although they are adults, I always like to throw in a Toy. Yes, a toy, something memorable from their childhood.  Of course this would fall under vintage and will take some hunting, but it is definitely worth it.  My family absolutely loves this part!  So, where can we go to find something vintage and fun?  Etsy and Ebay are both really great places to find vintage memorabilia.  

A matter of fact, Connie Haskell owner of Redemption Art  has a pair of Mattel “Rugrat” Soft Pals in their original packages.  How cool it that? Not a Rugrat fan?  OK, how about a Vintage Disney Pinocchio Hand Painted Figurine?  Who doesn’t like Pinocchio?  This special somthing will be the highlight of any Eastern Basket.



Lastly, we finish off the basket with a symbol of the season.  How about a yellow cross adorned with butterflies from YankeeBurrowCreation? Debbie and Amanda are the designers of this lovely cross.  The butterflies adorn to this hand painted yellow cross, to remind us that Easter is a celebration of new life.  For those who prefer a funkier looking cross, here is a multi-color confetticross


Have fun creating your own Adult Easter Basket and
Don't forget the Chocolate!!! 

 

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Shea Butter Yellow & White, What is the Difference?

Do you know the difference between Ivory and Yellow Shea butters. Personal I've tried them both and each are wonderful butters, nourishing properties for the skin and hair. Love to hear which you prefer and why?

Shea butter is a natural fat that is extracted from nut of Shea tree. Shea butter is useful in many ways. It is often used in cosmetics, lotions and other products. It is also used in the chocolate industry as an alternative to coco butter.

Shea butter is moisturizing and contains anti-inflammatory properties.  Shea butter is often used in aging products among other uses.

White and yellow Shea butter offer similar benefits. Shea butter, in its natural state, varies in color from a beige to off-white, to a mild yellow, to a bright yellow,and has a slight nutty/smoky odor to it.

When shea butter has been refined, the color and odor is removed, making it white in color, and odorless. Though nothing is added during this process, which is why it is still 100% Shea butter, by removing the natural color and odor of the butter, some of the Shea butter's healing potential may be lost.





What are some of the benefits of Shea Butter? Shea Butter can provide relief from dry skin to minor dermatological diseases (if you have a serious skin condition, you should see a doctor).

  • Skin moisturizer (face and body)
  • Skin rash- including diaper rash
  • Skin peeling, after tanning
  • Acne, Blemishes, and Scarring and Wrinkles
  • Helps restore elasticity to skin, and
  • Itching skin due to dryness
  • Sunburn, as well as sun protection
  • Small skin wounds, and irritation, Skin cracks
  • Reduce Stretch mark
  • Minor burns
  • Eczema
  • Even skin tone
  • Scalp irritation from dryness
  • Restores luster to hair

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

One Orange Tree Yields 3 Different Essential Oils

My orange tree is blooming again. The scent of the those tiny white flower are intoxicating. :D

Did you know that 3 different Essential oils from the Orange tree?  Orange oil is distilled from the bark, Petitgrain from the leaves, and Neroli from the flowers.

Petitgrain essential oil is most often used for calming down nervous panic, stress and anger. It soothes your mind, relaxes your muscles and lifts your mood, while also slowing down your heartbeat. In an aromatherapy diffuser it can even help calm your toddler's tantrums. (nice little tip, don't you think?) ;)



~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Rainforest Essential Oil Vaporizing Diffuser for Aromatherapy

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Experience the Energy of Healing Touch...


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Friday, March 2, 2012

How Essential Oils Travel Through The body


Essential oils are carried around the body through the circularity system.  The essential oils enter the blood stream through topical application either through the skin or through the lungs by means of inhalation. In addition to being multi-faceted in their healing capabilities, essential oils also have an affinity to a variety of body systems.

Examples:
           Lavender
- heart and nervous system
           Tea tree
- immune system
           Juniper
- kidneys
           Ginger
- digestive system
           Geranium
- hormones
           Ylang Ylang - aphrodisiac


Lilly will accesses your needs and create a custom blend to assist you with it. 
  • Aesthetic – essential oils for enhancing skin, hair and nails 
  • Psychological – aromas for balancing emotions and moods
  • Physical – essential oil for creating and maintaining a state of homeostasis 
  • Spiritual/Esoteric – essential oils for establishing ‘Divine connection'
  • Holistic – the integration of all five element bring balance and connection to the mind, body and spirit
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