The Aromatherapy Decoder presents information on 36 essential oils. The information is spread across 4 easy to use rotating wheels, and is presented using words, as well as a clever symbolic referencing system.
The following attributes are presented for each of the essential oils on the decoder;
|Name||The common and Latin names are shown for all oils.|
|Treatment||Reveals the conditions that can be treated by the oil.|
|Properties||Uses a symbolic referencing system to show the properties of each oil e.g., A- Antiseptic, B - Bactericide, D- Deodorant, F- Anti-fungal etc.|
|Nature||Uses symbology to show generalized properties e.g., Uplifting, warming, stulating, purifying etc.|
|How to use||Uses a symbolic referencing system to show how to apply the oil e.g., as a mouthwash, by massaging, using a vaporiser etc.|
|Blend with||Reveals other oils that can be blended with the oil being examined.|
|Warning||Uses symbology to display possible dangers that can occur through using the remedies e.g., not to be used during pregnancy, not to be used with alcohol.|
The wheel to the left has been selected, and rotated to reveal the information for Juniper Oil. The following information is shown;
Using the referencing system, we can see that Juniper is a diuretic, detoxifying, astringent, tonic, eczema remedy, cystitis remedy, and is purifying. The properties symbology show that it is an antiseptic, a tonic, a meditation aid, a digestive aid and a relaxant. How to use suggests it can be applied through massage, in a bath or as a local wash. Juniper can be blended with Geranium, Rosemary or Frankincense. Its Latin name is Juniperus grandiflorum and there is a warning saying not to be used during pregnancy.
The oils presented on the decoder include the following;
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