In the spring edition of the Aromatherapy Journal I introduced you to the theme of Morphology: an approach to blending based upon the part of a plant from which the aromatic substance is extracted, and the meaning prescribed to that plant part. In that edition I discussed seeds, and then covered flowers in the summer edition, and wood in the autumn edition. For the winter edition I will discuss Roots.
Herbalist Juliet Blankespoor shares her insights on how to utilize herbs, food and lifestyle therapies to support attentiveness, ability to focus and calmness.
February 12, 2015 to February 12, 2015
Rose offers much in the way of clearing the physical and emotion blocks that stunt our health.The benevolence of this high vibrational plant provides healing in all its botanical forms, making it especially relevant in our challenging times that call for stability, resiliency, authenticity and an open heart.
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