As an aromatherapist, I am so glad that essential oils have been making it big in the health and wellness industry news over the last few years. I have been using them for years to help women with period problems and they are an essential part of my practice. It feels great to no longer be an outlier when using these beautiful additions to my tool box.

I do however, get tagged in lots of debates, heated discussions on essential oil safety. I used to give blanket statements but people don't understand why I say that because it would take too long to explain the full reasoning each time.

Instead I have had decided to do a video series on Womb Tube about Essential Oil Safety and Myth Busting. All videos are short and bite sized.

If you have any topics you'd like me to cover on safety or myth busting, please do let me know.

What To Do If You Have A Bad Reaction To An Essential Oil

This video takes you through what to do if you have a negative reaction to an essential oil.

Should You Ingest Essential Oil?

This video takes you through both sides of the heated debate.

Should You Dilute Your Essential Oils?

An introduction to dilution

True of False? Essential Oils Are Safe Because They Are Natural

It is a commonly referenced phrase "oh, this is safe because it is natural" which isn't necessary the case. Let's take a look.

True of False? It Says On The Bottle "Not For Internal Use" or "For External Use Only", So It Must Be A Fake Oil

I hear this said so many times, that if a label doesn't recommend internal use of an oil, it is a sign of a fake oil. But actually there are plenty of reasons for that label. Find our more here.

If you have any more questions or topics you'd like me to address, please do let me know.









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