Answers To Your Most Frequently Asked Aromatherapy Questions!
The truth is that anyone can currently certify you in aromatherapy. Please choose wisely. Being certified means that you have trained with someone who is willing to issue you a certificate or diploma. There is currently no licensing for aromatherapy in the United States. There are guidelines, though, created by the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy. For information on Aroma Studio's home study program, click here now.
Look for essential oils in dark glass, labeled with common name and Latin name, with proper warnings on label. Work with established companies who are committed to purity and excellence. Call Katherine if you would like professional or wholesale information. Click here to learn more!
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