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When using a blend created primarily for its fragrance, therapeutic benefit can also occur. The focus of the blend, however, is on the final aroma, not its therapeutic properties. Safety precautions should be followed for any type of blending, including for aromatic blending. For instance, you would still want to be extremely careful when using Bergamot because of its phototoxic properties and still avoid using all hazardous oils and all oils that are contraindicated for conditions that you have. Traditional perfumers that work for the famous fragrance houses study for years to master the art and science of perfumery blending. The perfumer’s standard repertoire consists of essential oils but also of synthesized chemicals that mimic the constituents (chemicals) of essential oils and other natural ingredients. Perfumers use synthesized chemicals and chemicals extracted from essential oils because they are often cheaper than using pure essential oils and because the chemicals are standardized and will be more consistent in aroma. If you can find a copy, The Science and Art of Perfumery by Edward Sagarin (copyright 1945) is a fascinating book that provides insight into the history and science of perfumery. In aromatherapy blending, only natural ingredients such as essential oils, absolutes, CO2s, grain alcohol, carrier oils, herbs and water are used. Because aromatherapy blending requires and benefits from the use of unsynthesized chemicals, you shouldn’t have high expectations for perfectly duplicating your favorite commercial fragrances. Blending Basics Essential oils can be categorized into broad groups based on their aromas. An example categorical system is as follows:
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Floral (i.e. Lavender, Neroli, Jasmine) Woodsy (i.e. Pine, Cedar) Earthy (i.e. Oakmoss, Vetiver, Patchouli) Herbaceous (i.e. Marjoram, Rosemary, Basil) Minty (i.e. Peppermint, Spearmint) Medicinal/Camphorous (i.e. Eucalyptus, Cajuput, Tea Tree) Spicy (i.e. Nutmeg, Clove, Cinnamon)
e. and a scale could be created going from the first or lowest note. are called “top notes.• • Oriental (i. the sharp smell. As the oils in a blend evaporate. 1945). the creator seeks not only to hit the right notes. oils that evaporate the quickest. the aroma will change to reflect the aroma of the remaining oils. The Science and Art of Perfumery (New York. there are always exceptions. and in the creation of a happy mixture of many different odors. which we call a “bouquet” and which every finished perfume must be. Additionally. below are some categories that generally blend well together: • • • • Florals blend well with spicy. usually within 1-2 hours.” [Edward Sagarin. Spicy and oriental oils blend well with florals. Lemon. herbaceous and earthy oils. But to get you started. His perfume must not be out of tune. Septimus Piesse. Each odor note corresponded to a key on his odophone. In between there was an ascending ladder. but to strike those notes which go with one another.” the odors were like sounds. Be careful not to overpower the blend with the spicy or oriental oils. I hesitate specifying that particular categories blend well with other specific categories because it can limit your creativity and experimentation.” Oils that take the longest time to evaporate are referred to as “base notes. oriental and citrus oils. Ginger. the heavy smell to the last or highest note. Minty oils blend well with citrus. citrusy and woodsy oils. 145. Woodsy oils generally blend well with all categories. NY: McGraw-Hill. This unique figure in the history of the science created what he called an “odophone. Patchouli) Citrus (i. Orange. woodsy.” Oils that evaporate with 2-4 hours are considered “middle notes. Lime) Oils in the same category generally blend well together.e.” Some base notes can take several days to evaporate! Edward Sagarin credits Septimus Piesse with this analogy that has been used by many perfumers: “Another contribution to the field of odor classification was made by the famous perfumer and perfume historian. he pointed out.] Below is a chart of commonly available oils based on their common classification: Top Notes Anise Basil Galbanum Grapefruit Orange Peppermint . Using the analogy of a musical scale. Harmonizing Your Blend Have you ever noticed that a fragrance smells differently after several hours than when you first apply it? Some essential oils evaporate more quickly than others.
Atlas Cedarwood. Having said that. • . a few tips will help get you off to a fine start: Tips • When creating a new blend. NZ (Manuka) Thyme Tobacco Yarrow Ylang Ylang Patchouli Sandalwood Vanilla Vetiver Blending does not have hard and fast rules that must be followed to create that wonderful blend that you’ll love for a lifetime. 20 or 25 drops. alcohol. Start creating your blend by only using essential oils. you waste less oil in your blending experiments. By starting small. Black Pine. The lack of limits and restrictions is what makes perfumery an art form. Peru Beeswax Benzoin Cedarwood. Common Tea Tree. 25 drops should be the most that you start with. then you can dilute it by adding carrier oils. absolutes or CO2s. Roman Cinnamon Clary Sage Clove Bud Cypress Dill Elemi Fennel Base Notes Angelica Root Balsam.Bay Laurel Bergamot Bergamot Mint Citronella Eucalyptus Middle Notes Bay Bois-de-rose Cajeput Carrot Seed Chamomile. 10. After you have designed the blend. German Chamomile. etc. Scotch Frankincense Ginger Helichrysum (Immortelle) Myrrh Oakmoss Olibanum Petitgrain Spearmint Tagetes Tangerine Rose Rose Geranium Rosemary Rosewood Spruce Tea Tree. start out small with a total number of drops of either 5. you have then not wasted any carrier oils or alcohol. Virginian Lavender Lavendin Lemon Lemongrass Lime Fir Needle Geranium Hyssop Jasmine Juniper Berry Linden Blossom Marjoram Neroli Nutmeg Palmarosa Parsley Pepper. If you hate the blend you created.
To learn more about the strength of oils. perfume sample bottles and 2ml amber “shortie” bottles are very inexpensive and can often be purchased from aromatherapy vendors and glass bottle companies. This can help educate you on the characteristics and strengths of each essential oil at various dilution ratios. it is useful to experiment.• Keep a notebook that lists each oil that you used with the number of drops used for each oil. Unless you want those oils to dominate the blend. Smell it and study the aroma. If you don’t have enough room to specify exactly what your blend is. Study oils you wish to use in a given blend and observe the oils that have the strongest aromas. • • • • • • Recipes Carrier Oil Base Perfume • • 15-25 drops of your perfume blend 1 tablespoon of Jojoba carrier oil (sweet almond or apricot kernel carrier oil may be substituted) . allow it to sit for a few days before deciding if you love or hate it. See the chart above to find out what oils belong to each category. 50% are middle notes. The constituents (natural chemicals) contained within the oils will get cozy with each other and the aroma can change. it is easy to get carried away and later forget the exact recipe for your blend. To obtain a 10% dilution. then repeat as desired. This will result in a 20% dilution. Smell it. one drop too much or too little of even one oil can drastically change the aroma of your blend. especially the absolutes and CO2s. When you find that perfect blend. Begin by adding one drop of a selected essential oil to 4 drops carrier oil. and it’s near impossible if you didn’t take notes! If you are especially ambitious. study the aroma again. usually rounding out a bit. the aroma of oils can vary from batch to batch. label it with a number that corresponds to a number in your notebook. due to crop fluctuations and resourcing). After creating your blend. you will want to use dramatically less of the stronger oils in your blend. When the creative juices flow. Be sure to label your blends clearly. it’s also a wise idea to note the vendor name of the oil that you used as the aroma and quality of oils do vary between vendors (even with the same vendor. you want to be able to reduplicate it. add 5 more drops of carrier oil. Start off your blending experiments by creating blends that are made up in the following ratio (you do not have to be exact – this is just a guideline to get you started): 30% of the oils are top notes. To store your beautiful creations. and 20% are base notes. Some oils are much stronger than others.
shaking the bottle 1-3 times daily (more often is better) to mix the oils. Body Splash • • • 4 1/2 teaspoons Vodka 2 teaspoons Distilled Water 18 drops of your perfume blend Directions: Blend all ingredients well and store in an airtight 1 ounce dark-colored glass container. Cologne • • • 4 1/2 teaspoons Vodka 2 teaspoons Distilled Water 30 drops of your perfume blend Directions: Blend all ingredients well and store in an airtight 1 ounce darkcolored glass container. As with any blends that you use. shaking the bottle 1-3 times daily (more often is better) to mix the oils. Please note that this blend has a heavy concentration of essential oils and is meant to be used sparingly. After two weeks has passed. Dab a drop onto your pulse points. As with any blends that you use. you must check all safety data for the oils in your blend and do a skin patch test prior to using.Directions: Blend all oils together well and store in an airtight dark-colored glass container. Let sit for two weeks. Alcohol/Water Base Perfume • • • 4 1/4 teaspoons Vodka 1 1/2 teaspoons Distilled Water 60 drops of your perfume blend Directions: Blend all ingredients well and store in an airtight 1 ounce dark-colored glass container. filter the cologne through a coffee filter and rebottle into a one-ounce. filter the perfume through a coffee filter and rebottle (using the same bottle is fine). This makes only a one-ounce quantity so that you can try your cologne to see if you like it or want any changes to it before making a larger quantity. After two weeks has passed. fine-mist sprayer bottle. Let sit for two weeks. After two weeks has passed. shaking the bottle 1-3 times daily (more often is better) to mix the oils. As with any new oils and blends that you use. Let sit for two weeks. As with any blends that you use. filter the body splash through a coffee filter and rebottle into a one-ounce. . you must check all safety data for the oils in your blend and do a skin patch test prior to using.. fine-mist sprayer bottle. you must check all safety data for the oils in your blend and do a skin patch test prior to using.
Cypress. For instance. See the list of Essential Oils for Men located in the Essential Oil Profiles area for a more comprehensive list of favorite essential oils amongst men. and the citrus oils are the essential oils that are the most strongly favored by men. Black Pepper. Coriander. Aromatherapy Tips for Formulating Men's Blends and Other Masculine/Earthy Blends • Patchouli. Nutmeg or other spice oils. This makes only a one-ounce quantity so that you can “try” your body splash to see if you like it or want any changes to it before making a larger quantity. refer to the blending guidelines offered in AromaWeb's Aromatherapy and Fragrancing Blending Guide. Oakmoss. a middle note. try using one of the spice . Citrus oils can help sweeten and lift the aroma of a blend. if a recipe calls for Rose Essential Oil. Ginger. Vetiver. Ginger. Sandalwood.you must check all safety data for the oils in your blend and do a skin patch test prior to using. Bay. their aroma is very strong. If you aren't partial to the aroma of floral essential oils. Floral essential oils can be eliminated from blends intended to be more masculine. harshly masculine or otherwise boring blend. See the Air Freshener recipe within the Recipe Box area for a base recipe that you can use for your custom blend. Remember that the spice oils can be expecially sensitizing to the skin and by their nature. It's a great oil to experiment with in blends for men. however. To give a blend a masculine note. Men. Remember to follow all safety precautions and learn about the contraindications for each essential oil. • • • • • For additional blending tips. Oakmoss is a subtle absolute that has a wonderfully earthy aroma and acts as a fixative. try substituting them with oils that you do enjoy. They can lift and balance an otherwise strong. experiment by adding minute quantities of Black Pepper. so use them sparingly. are encouraged to also explore using floral essential oils in their creations. Air Freshener An air freshener can be created that serves purely an aromatic or a therapeutic purpose. Substitution Tips: You may come upon recipes that frequently include floral oils. Vanilla.
It is important to select essential oils that do not have contraindications or safety issues that can affect other aspects of your health. For more information on essential oil substitution. By starting small. you would want to avoid these oils in a blend that you’d use right before bed. For instance. 10. The Essential Oil Profile area on AromaWeb lists aromatic descriptions and the uses for particular essential oils. 20 or 25 drops. For instance. As another example. absolutes or CO2s. read AromaWeb's Substituting Oils article. Thus. therapeutic actions and aromatic descriptions for 165 oils. When creating therapeutic blends. you should not include Rosemary Essential Oil because it is contraindicated in pregnancy. then you can dilute it by adding carrier oils. Therapeutic blending concentrates more on the therapeutic result than on the aroma of the blend. For this scenario. don't substitute Lavender Essential Oil in a skin care blend with a dermal irritant like Clove Essential Oil. • . let’s also say that you want to create a blend that you can use right before bedtime. Books such as The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils by Julia Lawless provides much greater detail including safety information. but naturally it’s important to create a therapeutic blend that is pleasing in aroma. you would obviously not create an arthritis blend that includes peanut oil (a carrier oil used to dilute essential oils and is reported to provide benefit in arthritis blends) if you are allergic to peanuts. it is also important to consider all the therapeutic actions you are seeing and avoid oils that clash with your desired goals. Peppermint and Cypress are energizing oils. you waste less oil in the event that the blend does not ultimately provide the therapeutic results that you seek. be sure to follow all safety guidelines and familiarize yourself with the oil(s) you wish to use and their appropriateness for the recipe that you are working with. if you create a blend to aid with dandruff but you happen to be pregnant. Successful substitution is dependent on the nature of the recipe and the other oils in the blend. 25 drops should be the most that you start with. Therapeutic blending focuses on creating a blend that will aid with a particular emotional or physical condition. Start creating your blend by only using essential oils. start out small with a total number of drops of either 5. so keep the other oils in mind and the purpose of the blend when choosing substitute oils. After you have designed the blend. alcohol. Such a resource can be quite helpful in creating your personal therapeutic blend. Peppermint and Cypress are essential oils that can provide relief with menstrual cramps. When substituting one oil for another. But.oils like Bay Laurel Essential Oil. Tips: • When creating a new blend. In other words. let’s say you are having severe period cramps and are having trouble sleeping.
it’s also a wise idea to note the vendor name of the oil that you used as the therapeutic properties and quality of oils do vary between vendors (even with the same vendor. you can reduplicate the blend if you ever need to. • Keep a notebook that lists each oil that you used with the number of drops used for each oil." Essential oils are used in Aromatherapy and for much more thru the ages. and also in a tea light candle so I can enjoy the wonderfully invigorating scents while I burn my Himalayan salt tealight lamps. in vaporizers. This way. I always look for 'therapeutic grade' which is the purest form and can be used in . the properties of oils can vary from batch to batch. in making flower waters. They are useful in massage.etc. Essential oils are blended together for therapeutic. and Phyllis A. I like to enjoy my favorite essences by placing a few drops in my vacuum cleaner so it freshens the air as I vacuum my home. Balch in their wonderful book "Prescription for Nutritional Healing. due to crop fluctuations and resourcing). If you hate the aroma of the blend you created. you may find a whole new field of enjoyment right at your fingertips! Be mindful of the grade of essential oil you purchase. in making skin oils and lotions. It’s easy to forget what oils and in what ratios you used if you didn’t take notes! If you are especially ambitious. label it with a number that corresponds to a number in your notebook. in baths. as douches and internally by ingestion. Be sure to label your blends clearly. Aromatherapy: The Essential Oil Primer "Aromatherapy is the use of pure essential oils to enhance physical and mental well-being" as quoted by James F. There are so many uses and so many essences that once you begin experimenting with Essential Oils. you have then not wasted any carrier oils or alcohol. for hair care. One could also make a personal statement by blending favorites into a specialized perfume uniquely your own ! Personally. If you don’t have enough room to specify exactly what your blend is. synergistic and esthetic properties. for hot and cold compresses.
sedative. Good for headaches in compresses. sedative. Frankincense: anti-inflammatory. as ointment for muscular pain. Normalizes sweat gland function. antidiabetic. hair rinse and great for massage Cinnamon: antifungal. expectorant. baths and massage. cystitis. chest rub. wounds. asthma.foods and teas. lifts melancholy and depression Canadian Balsam: burns. Repels fleas. Good for fleas. stress Cedarwood: antiseptic. degongestant. Eucalyptus: antiseptic. Cypress: astrigent. antidepressant. nervous tension. disinfectant. antiinflammatory. Geranium: antidepressant. antiseptic. poor circulation Bergamot: balancing oil. Ambrette Seed: cramps. anti-inflammatory. Fever reduction. skin concerns and neuralgia. nervous tension. anxiety-reduction. bronchitis. hair rinse. hormone balance. depression. expectorant. cuts. antispasmodic and deodorant. hemorrhoids. Cleansing and purification of home. insect repellant. good for PMS. antiseptic. Constricts blood vessels. Here is a partial listing of pure Essential Oils. antispasmodic. Promotes cellular regeneration. astringent. expectorant. Helps counteract insomnia. catarrh. fatigue. I only carry 'therapeutic grade' essential oils. recent studies show it helps to metabolize sugars in the blood. what they are used for and how you can best utilize their therapeutic properties today. In my online Holistic Health Shop. antiseptic. Reduces coughing and excessive perspiration. add to baths. sore throat. . Chamomile: analgesic. Vaporization for bronchial distress. antiviral. aches and pains. Clary Sage: aromatic. good aromatic. Repells insects and soothes bites and stings. coughs. antispasmodic and aphrodisiac.
good fixative in perfumes Orange: emotional uplift. bacteriostat. depression. has fungicidal properties Peppermint: helps with headaches. antibacterial. Oral care. cleanses and detoxifies the skin. Good for dry skin. sedative. calmative. antidepressant. antiseptic. fever. Antiseptic. Rose: antidepressant. insomnia and nervousness. internal cleanser. rids the body of toxins and parasites. diuretic. nervous tension. hair care. improves arthritis. reduces spasms. antispasmodic. over-sensitivity. sleep disorders. aphrodisiac. detoxifier. fatigue. Patchouli: used for bathing. . stress Lemon: antiseptic. sedative. helpful in cleaning products. Juniper: antiseptic. Emulsifies grease and oil. Jasmine: antidepressant. antispasmodic. antifungal. cleanser and detoxifier. frigidity and impotence. and digestive disorders. Linden: calmative. reduces water retention. astringent. Stimulates respiratory system. antiseptic. skin moisturizer Mimosa: anxiety. good for female complaints. depression. Lavender: antiseptic. anti-inflammatory. obesity. Increase sun sensitivity. Antidepressant. increases body's defense against infection. soothing tonic. regenerative properties. anti-anxiety. indigestion.Grapefruit: appetite reduction. good for varicose veins. sinus problems and stomach problems. congestion. impotence. antiseptic. mental stimulant and regenerative. stress. reduces cellulite. cleansing. hair rinses and also wound cleaning. muscle soreness. mood balancing. tonic. clears lungs of congestion. soothing to stomach ulcers. anti-anxiety. Hyssop: antiseptic. Mild sedative. tonic astringent. cleanses the body of toxins.
atrinigent. nausea. antiviral. constipation. colds. dandruff. insomnia. Good for bronchitis and nervousness. burns. Essential Oils used in Aromatherapy are but one of a multitude of natural modalities useful in attaining and maintaining optimum health and well being. hypertension. Do not use neat on the skin. high blood pressure. headaches. varicose veins. Wonderful oral cleanser. Impoves cellulite.. antiseptic. indigestion. Good for athlete's foot. hemorrhoids.yournaturalalternatives. scars. skin toner. gingivitis. Enhances circulation. ringworm and yeast infections. Helps clear the mind. skin moisturizer. cystitis. sinusitis. rheumatoid arthritis. regenerative. insect bites. PMS and tension. stress. Use diluted in carrier oil.com. Sandalwood: antidepressant. expectorant.com/ and www. bronchial congestion. fever. Silver Fir Needle: respiratory complaints. rashes. depression. flu. hair rinse. anti-anxiety. antiseptic. eczema. always glad to chat ! For more information on Essential Oils and how to use them. sore muscles. muscle pain. bronchitis. This is merely a partrial listing of Essential Oils and intended as a primer to pump up your interest. Mind soother. antiseptic. I will gladly respond to any questions or queries in regard to use of aromaptherapy and essential oils. Great for facial massage. Expectorant. hair loss. fever. coughs. Tea Tree: potent anti-infective. Calmative. anti-inflammatory. antispasmodic. Yarrow: acne. Rosewood: antiseptic. inflammations. cellular regeneration. cramps. aphrodisiac. colds. headache. cuts. Nature has provided for our needs in so many ways .Rosemary: analgesic. please see my complete listing of Young Living™ Essential Oils with complete usage descriptions in my Holistic Health Shop at http://www. fungicide and parasiticide.TheMoodMender. amenorrhea. memory problems. please don't hesitate to reach me here on Keen or Ether. dandruff. rheumatic pain. fever. . wounds. dysmenorrhea. flu. mental stimulant. flatulence.
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