Wednesday, November 20, 2013 ~ 6:30 – 7:30 pm Mountain Time
About the Teleseminar Dr. Raphael d’Angelo, medical doctor and microbiologist will provide you with an eye opening account of the world of parasites. These fascinating creatures can cause symptoms from mild to misery when they encounter the human host. From his early days detecting these critters in an Air Force hospital in Viet Nam to his current parasite research lab studies, Dr. d’Angelo will give the details of modern day exposure, symptomatology, detection and treatment. Some essential oils are mentioned in textbooks but there is very little published research on the use of essential oils for therapy of parasitic infections. Dr. d’Angelo will be sharing his treatment experiences with essential oils from his ParaWellness Research program.
Meet Raphael d’Angelo, M.D. Raphael d’Angelo, M.D., a holistic medical doctor, provides consultative services in the area of natural health. Dr. d’Angelo has over 45 years in medical microbiology and parasitology and conducts research in various aspects of infectious diseases. Certified in family medicine, integrative holistic medicine, medical microcurrent, clinical aromatherapy, and medical technology, he practices as a Native American Medicine Man under the jurisdiction of the Native American Free Exercise of Religion Act of 1993 and a Ninth Amendment Declaration of Individual Rights as filed.
Learn how to create facial cleansing grains, steam herbs, toner and serum with natural plant ingredients. Most people misdiagnose their skin type. Once you know your skin type you can create nourishing face care products to balance and promote radiant skin. Joan shares tips from her natural cosmetic formulating experiences.
Joan Morais is an aromatherapist, herbalist, natural cosmetic formulator and instructor. Joan has completed courses with The Institute of Integrative Aromatherapy, Dhyana Center Ayurvedic Clinical Aromatherapy, Living Awareness Institute Herbology, Cosmetic Chemist Certificate Program and teaches courses on Natural Body Care Product Making. She has written many "How To" books.
Hydrosols: Exploring These Ancient Medicinal Waters We will explore the history of the distillate waters we call "Hydrosols." We will discuss Good Manufacturing Practices, microbes and shelf stability, Myths vs Facts surrounding the distillate water and look at the chemistry and current research of Hydrosols and their uses in a clinical practice.
Bio Ann Harman is a Certified Organic Farmer, Botanist, Herbalist and Artisan Distiller. She is owner of IAG Botanics LLC, a certified organic business in Washington State, USA. Ann has been making herbal products for decades and distilling hydrosols for more than 17 years. She loves sharing her knowledge of the world of distillation and hydrosols and works directly with Medical doctors, Aromatherapists, Naturopaths, Herbalists, and Organic Personal Care manufacturers.
Asperger’s is a form of autism that presents unique challenges and opportunities to those of us in aromatherapy. I am hoping to educate others about Aspergers and its unique challenges and the gifts that come with it, as well as present creative alternatives to using oils with the sensory challenges that are often present in Aspergers clients.
If there’s one thing every aromatherapist knows about essential oils, it’s their powerful affinity with our respiratory system. But do you know which essential oils have the greatest impact on illness of the lungs, throat and sinuses? click here for more information
Recipes include; All Purpose Cleaning Spray, Streakless Windows, Water or Alcohol Marks on Wood, Wood polish, Floor Cleaner, Toilet Bowl Cleaner, Wood cutting Boards, Coffee Maker Cleaner, Brass Polish and Ant Deterrent.
In the last 20 years aromatherapy has spread its influence to the household, toiletries and personal care areas: consumer products claiming to relax or invigorate our psyche’s have invaded our bathrooms, kitchen and living room areas. The numbers of therapists using essential oils in Europe and the USA has grown from a handful in the early 1980’s to thousands now worldwide. We have had time to add to our bank of knowledge on essential oils from reflecting on many decades of aromatherapeutic development and history, the collection of anecdotal information from practicing therapists, as well as from clinical & scientific investigations. We have also had enough time to consider the risks in employing essential oils in therapy. In the last twenty years, many more people have had accidents, been ‘burnt’, developed rashes, become allergic, and become sensitized to our beloved tools. Why is this?
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