Books on Aromatherapy and Essential Oils

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Cupressus sempervirens is commonly referred to as Cypress essential oil and is used in aromatherapy for circulatory ailments. Cypress essential oil is one of the oils most used for the circulatory system because it assists in moving stagnant matter. It Read more…


In Judaism, the prospective bridegroom pops the question by pouring a cup of wine for his beloved, then anxiously awaits her response to his proposal. If she sips from the Kiddush (sanctification) cup, she shows her willingness to enter this Read more…


The Hebrew word for “anoint” is mashach, which means to smear, rub, cover, or massage with oil, and in some cases it means “to pour oil over the head or body.” Interestingly, the English word for “massage” is quite similar in Read more…


Cast your bread upon the waters, for after many days you will find it again. – Ecclesiastes 11:1 (NIV) “How are we going to make it until Mark’s paycheck,” Becca worried? They had another week to go and her family Read more…


Who Was Anointed in the Bible? During biblical times, an individual was anointed with oil to signify God’s blessing or call on that person’s life. A person or an object was anointed for a special purpose – whether it be Read more…