Hello!

Welcome to our exclusive selection of aromatic articles, recipes, and thoughts, written by our founder and resident aromatherapist, gardener, herbalist, and author Sharon Falsetto. Take a peek behind our garden gate and behind our apothecary door to discover a sample of our carefully curated content originally dating back to 2012.

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Enjoy!

Aromatically Yours,

Sharon

The Use of Rosemary Essential Oil with Memory Issues

This article originally appeared in the NAHA Journal (Autumn 2017.3) and is re-published here according to the NAHA Writer Guidelines...
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Aromatic Retreats and Workshops 2018

If you follow us on Instagram, you will have seen the development of our aromatic garden over the past couple...
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Aromatic Blends with Vanilla

Over the past two weeks we have looked at alternative oils to vanilla, and which oils blend well with vanilla....
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Alternatives to Vanilla Oil for Aromatic Blends

If you are a frequent user of vanilla oil (as in the absolute or CO2 extract), you will no doubt...
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An Introduction to Grape Seed Oil

Grape seed (Vitis vinifera) is not a carrier oil that I have used much but it is often preferred by...
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Native American Use of Plants in Spiritual Healing

Following the latest trilogy of aromatically witchy themed articles, and with the advent of the Mexican Day of the Dead...
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Aromatically Witchy Blends from the Garden

In concluding our aromatically witchy-themed trilogy for October, I am sharing three aromatic blends from the garden which could be...
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An Aromatically Witchy-themed Garden

In the second post of the October trilogy related to Halloween and all things aromatically witchy, we are taking a...
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Aromatic Plants for Broom Making

Aromatic plants were used in a variety of ways in Medieval Europe, and were used in broom making, as strewing...
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Aromatherapy Blends for Managing Fibromyalgia

This week's post comes from the heart, as it is based on my personal experience. Earlier this year, I was...
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Aromatic Blends with Safflower Oil

In the final post of the trilogy on safflower, I am finishing up with two aromatic blends which incorporate safflower...
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Safflower in the Aromatic Garden

Last week's post looked at an introduction to safflower oil and how it is used in aromatherapy practice. In the...
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An Introduction to Safflower Oil

Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) is not one of the most well known medicinal plants in the aromatic garden, nor is the...
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An Aromatic Chocolate-Themed Garden

An aromatic garden encourages the flow of creativity, both in terms of scent, and in color. For example, you can...
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Aromatherapy Blends with Sunflower Oil

Aromatherapy Blends with Sunflower Oil is the final article in a trilogy of articles about sunflowers. Written by Sharon Falsetto....
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Sedona Aromatics Graduate Interview: Joanne Klauber

It's been a while since we caught up with any of the Sedona Aromatherapie graduates, but I thought that it...
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Sunflower in the Aromatic Garden

Sunflower in the Aromatic Garden is the second in a trilogy of articles written by Sharon Falsetto. Last week's post...
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An Introduction to Sunflower Oil

An introduction to sunflower oil. By Sharon Falsetto. This is the first article in a trilogy of articles on sunflower....
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Aromatherapy Community: Sedona Aromatics School and Garden Facebook Group

There's been a lot going on behind the scenes at Sedona Aromatherapie in recent months! Although this has been a...
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An Introduction to Evening Primrose Oil

Evening primrose (Oenothera biennis) is a member of the Onagraceae plant family. Although it is not as common as some...
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