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Depending on its form, calamus essential oil has varying degrees of potential toxicity and generally should be used only with professional guidance.
Massage for MS (multiple sclerosis) can help relieve symptoms, but no one approach to massage therapy is right for everyone.
Hanna Somatics changes your muscular system by changing your central nervous system. Results include pain relief and better physical performance.
Trigger point massage therapy helps relieve pain or discomfort caused by active trigger points, based on the work of Travell & Simons.
In traditional Thai massage, or Thai Yoga Massage, the massage therapist uses hands, knees, legs, & feet to move you through a series of yoga-like stretches.
Learn how to make body powder using essential oils and avoid potentially toxic ingredients in many commercial body care products.
Ocotea essential oil (Ocotea quixos) is an uncommon essential oil from South America. Learn more...
Tarragon essential oil is not widely used in aromatherapy because it contains a large amount of estragole. Learn more...
Kunzea essential oil (Kunzea ambigua), also called white cloud, has properties similar to tea tree oil. Learn more...