Excuse me, but the food I’m about to eat, does it contain essential oils?

With the abundance of recipes being shared that contain essential oils which have not been through the deterpenation process, such as those used in the food and beverage industry, it’s at the point now that if you are going to a BBQ, Christmas function, child’s birthday party, or social event where you are going to be eating …

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Adverse reactions, do you know what to look for?

Overuse, incorrect use of dilution (or lack there of), internal use, using essential oils in cooking, foods, drinks, confectionary, sprinkling over salads, actually, the list is becoming endless what foods essential oils are being added to - and as I've said before, when used in the food and beverage industry, essential oil must be deterpenated …

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Addressing essential oil overuse with a personal case study

Overuse of essential oils is one of the concerning trends that have hit the world in epidemic proportions (as well as internal use, using in cooking, baking, smoothies etc, incorrect use selection of e/oils & dilution for specific age ranges are a few methods). Not only will overuse hit the pocket hard because you are …

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So you bought your favourite bottle of essential oil and…

... it smells similar but different from the last time you bought it! Same brand,  same botanical name, sometimes it smells a bit sweeter, sometimes a bit green? So why is this? It's Mother Nature doing her thing! There are a few things that account for the quality, smell and therapeutic benefits of an essential oil.   …

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