OOH! Organic Oils for Health
Welcome to a personal holistic approach to the use of organic essential oils in your life. Naturopathy and Aromatherapy used in a holistic way, through a consultation with Steve, will allow you to discover ways to stimulate and provide balance for the body to regain its state of health or equilibrium. Illnesses and discomforts such as high blood pressure, ezcema, digestive irregularities, musculo-skeletal problems, hormonal issues, emotional distress and respiratory disorders, nervous, endocrine, reproductive and immune system (conditions such as insomnia, MS, ME, Parkinsons and colitis) can all be treated through use of essential oils.
Recommendations will be filtered according to your age, personality, physiological and emotional biotype, lifestyle and seasonal environment. Eating habits, sleep pattern, medical history and current health concerns, skin and muscular condition, toxin intake, detoxification processes, exercise, stress levels, emotional, financial, time and physical restraints can all effect the best choice of natural oils. The consultation looks at your personal facts, which can be supplied by an email prior to meeting if you prefer to save time here. Choose between a 30 minute or 1 hour consultation depending on the complexity of your condition.
After a consultation, Steve will advise the best balance of oils (normally between 2-10 different essential oils), your method of ingestion, in the best quantity, strength, and frequency. Essential oils' goodness can be taken in many different ways such as in natural food or drink (eg cooking oils), in capsules, through intake of air (eg vaporised through diffusers, oil burners, candles, baths and showers), and via the skin by massage oils, creams, scrubs, or washes. Steve can provide you with the appropriate range of different organic essential oils from Neals Yard Remedies' range, which typically are priced from £5 for 10ml bottles.
Our wide range of organic oils include CBD oil (cannabidiol oil at 500mg, 1000mg and 2000mg strengths), lavender, lemon, clove, palmarosa, rosemary, geranium, peppermint, cypress, eucalyptus, thyme, grapefruit, teatree, mandarin, ginger, chamomile, ylang ylang, plus many more.
Use of essential oils should be considered complimentary to, and not a substitute for, conventional healthcare. So, please [continue to] contact your medical practitioner for medical advice on a particular health problem.
I offer a selection of complimentary training and treatments: