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By Jacksonmatthews | Last updated: Aug 13, 2019
| Total Attempts: 107
Nerves can be considered to be the center point when it comes to Aromatherapy. One of the things one is expected to know as an aromatherapist is the organs in the body, their functions, and how Aromatherapy comes in when solving some of the issues one faces. Take this test and refresh your understanding when it comes to the anatomy of Aromatherapy.
Questions and Answers
Some people with low blood pressure may feel a bit dull and drowsy after using Lavender oil.
All base note oils are generally of a balancing nature.
Benzon (Friars Balsam) is a sedative oil and can be used for:- (Select Four)
Sandalwood has no contra indications, it is a sedative and can be used for:- (Select Four)
Excessive use of Ylang - Ylang, will not lead to headaches and nausea, but could irritate sensitive skin.
Essential Oils that must be avoided altogether, but sometimes do find their way onto the market:- (Select Five)
Parsley herb oil (Petroselenium crispum)
Pennyroyal oil (Mentha pulegium)
Savin oil (Juniperus sabina)
Tansy oil (Tanacetum vulgare)
Wintergreen oil (Gaultheria procumbens)
Neroli (Orange Blossom)
Sage is a warming oil and prolonged use can cause drowsiness.
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