HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ONE AND TO ALL! 2020 IS GOING TO BE A SPECIAL YEAR.
Aromatherapy has really caught on since we first came to Vancouver Island 30 years ago. Back then, nobody seemed to know about aromatherapy. Green Valley has been around for 27 years, and at the beginning, most of our orders were coming in from around the world, and very few were coming to us from Canada.
Gradually we have started to see changes.
The multilevel marketers in the aromatherapy field have been pushing home parties. This seems alright, although I have concerns about the information that is being shared and if it is legitimate.
For example, some state that it would be beneficial to ingest essential oils. As a certified aromatherapist, however, I know that to be far from the truth. At least people are aware of essential oils and are trying to learn more.
“The Lord hath created medicine out of the Earth, and he that is wise will not abhor them.” Ecclesiasticus 38.4
It has been 100 years since the term “aromatherapy” was coined. When a french chemist named Gattefosse burned his arm quite badly, he plunged it into the nearest cold liquid which turned out to be Lavender essential oil. His arm went on to heal faster than normal with no scarring and very little pain.
As you begin to learn and understand how aromatherapy works, you will see why they are known as miracles in little bottles.
All the best,
Black Pepper essential oil
is steam distilled and is a middle note. The aroma is pleasantly earthy and in my opinion, slightly medicinal. I quite like it.
Black pepper has analgesic, aphrodisiac, decongestant, diuretic, expectorant, and vasodilator properties. Black pepper essential oil has many beneficial properties, so I only listed the most common ones.
All of these properties make Black Pepper essential oil
good at fighting bronchitis, the flu, infections, and viruses. Black Pepper can also help with muscular aches and fevers.
I like to use it to help with fatigue, lethargy, and concentration. Cancer treatment leaves you feeling exhausted and unable to concentrate, so I like to have Black Pepper around me during the day.
As you can imagine there are many different aromas here at Green Valley Aromatherapy and they are all fighting to be noticed. To make sure I can smell the Black Pepper, I place a few drops in my personal inhaler
to have on my desk so it is ready to be smelled whenever I may need it.