Aromatherapy Theory Exam
The term aromatherapy was first used by who?
Who brought aromatherapy to Britain?
Madame Maury in 1950
which decade was it introduced to Britain?
What dilution % would be used on the body for a health adult?
What dilution % would be used on the face of a healthy adult
What Dilution would be used on the body of a pregnant woman?
1 drop per 5mls = 1% therefore 2 drops in 10mls = 1%
what dilution would be used on a baby up to 2 years?
no essential oils
What dilution would be used on infants?
What dilution would be used on the body of a child?
What is the maximum number of essential oils drops recommended to be used treatment on a healthy adult?
max 8 drops
How many drops of essential oil would you use to 10ml of fixed oil on a health adult
Give the meaning Analgesic
Give the meaning of diurectic
aids and increases the flow of urine
Give the meaning of Immunostimulant
An agent that simulates the immune system
Give the meaning of Vasoconstrictor
causes the narrowing or contraction of the blood vessels
Give the meaning of carminative
settles the digestive system and relieves flatulence
Give the meaning of Rubefacient
an agent that warms the skin, used to bring blood rapidly to the concentrated area of the skin causing it to redden.
what is the common name for Ocimum basilicum?
What is the common name for Citrus Bergamia?
what is the common name for Anthemis Nobilis?
What is the common name for Foeniculum Vulgare?
What is the common name for Pelargonium Graveolens?
What is the common name for Citrus Recticulata?
What is the common name for Piper Nigrum?
What is the common name for Rosa Damascena?
What is the common name for melaleuca Alternafolia?