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I’m a massage therapist and would like to make some of my own blends. thing is I don’t know the chemistry of essential oils, can I take oils that generally work on a complaint and combine them or do some cancel others out? Is there any special considerations I need to take in account? Thanks, Alicia

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Hi Alicia,

Blending essential oils is highly personal based upon the properties of the oils, notes, and the results you want. Will you want a carrier oil or lotion? Will some of your massage clients be sensitive to the fragrance of specific oils? Only you can decide this.

Here are several suggestions for you at these sites plus a book from Amazon.com®.

http://www.growingupherbal.com/blending-essential-oils-for-beginners/

https://www.labaroma.com/how-it-works

http://amzn.to/29fZ3RL

Additionally, there are companies that blend oils that I love such as Soothe™ by Ovvio Oils™ shown here. This is a muscle relief blend and my favorite. I only use 2 drops in avocado or coconut carrier oils. I also put it into my Verelily NOVA nebulizer diffuser for a pure fragrance using no water to keep rooms smelling heavenly. Check the diffuser out here.

I hope this helps you with what you want to do.

Best regards,

Melissa

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