Balsam Fir - Abies Balsamea
Native to Eastern and Central Canada.
Commonly called blister or balm-of-Gilead fir.
It survives the cold winters robustly.
Traditionally used for fever, rheumatic pain, respiratory or sinus infections, and for calming nervousness.
Try it with grapefruit for warm, tropical blend that warms your heart, eases chest congestion, and improves your circulation.
Spring 2015 CFA AGM – Stay Tuned for Details
Our professional CFA member Michelle Reynolds hosts a weekly chat and you are more than welcome to take part!
If you are interested or need more information please contact Michelle at aromatics_at_rogers.com .
Here is some more information. (Remember, these chats can help with CEU’s.)
Who: Everyone is welcome
What: A weekly chat on aromatherapy and essential oils
When: Monday evenings at 9pm EST
Why: To discuss and explore the benefits of aromatherapy
How: Follow the hashtag #EOTherapy
Each week, we discuss a different essential oil or hydrosol, a chemical type or discussing a specific ailment. If you are interested in learning more about essential oil therapy, please join us.
It is easier to follow a Twitter chat, if using a third party application, such as HootSuite.com or tweetdeck.twitter.com (also available via google Chrome on your google+ account).
This way, only tweets with that specific hashtag are seen. Note that the number of characters available is shortened by the hashtag.
We will also be posting our tweets on Facebook, for those of you who do not have a Twitter account.
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New Directions Aromatics – www.newdirectionsaromatics.ca
CFA AROMAFEST 2013 – Farida Irani