Purify - Germs
When co-workers start sniffling, blend a few drops of melissa into lotion for an immune-supporting, germ-reducing hand moisturizer.
Relax - Sleep
Melissa’s relaxing effects can come on slowly. Add a few drops to an inhaler and start using it a few hours before bed.
Relieve - Soreness
Protect an acute, distressing skin issue with a recovery blend of melissa diluted in aloe vera gel.
Safety & Shelf Life
Safety & Warnings
Non-toxic, but may cause skin irritation in those with sensitive skin. Use in low dilution (0.9%) when applying to the skin, such as in baths or massage oils. Avoid using on children under 2 years. May interfere with diabetes medication when taken internally. According to Essential Oil Safety by Tisserand and Young (second edition), restrict use to 0.5% maximum on the skin during pregnancy due to citral which could affect fetal development in high topical doses.
How To Blend Essential Oils
Interested in blending with oils? In this FREE course you’ll learn the basics of working with essential oils, how to incorporate them safely into your daily life, and 3 simple recipes to get you started!
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A Passion for Aromatherapy
Aromatics International would not be what it is today without your shared belief in what we do, what we stand for, and how we conduct our aromatherapy practice.
I embarked on my journey to source pesticide-free, sustainable products from small-scale farmers and a major criteria of mine is that everything I source is both aromatically vibrant and also therapeatically effective. I love sharing what I find in this world with others. I am constantly blown away by the positive response I receive from all of you. I thank all of you for your strong support throughout the years and am continually inspired by the warm words you share with me. It truly keeps me going.