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It is a very common misunderstanding, and I’ve seen people who are from the British school of thought AND casual users in the French model of aromatherapy misinterpret the concept of dilution as it relates to French style aromatherapy.
So, what really IS the truth about dilution and French Aromatherapy?
Is it really safe to use aromatherapy on your own? I mean without a trained professional’s instruction?
First let me say, there are times when self care of any kind is not appropriate. Every person should exercise reasonable judgment and seek professional care when the situation requires it. Don’t be foolish, and know your limitations.
I see a lot of conflicting information on the internet about essential oils. Are they really dangerous to use un-diluted and internally?
Well, Yes and No. Clear as mud? I’ll explain.
There are two major methods of using essential oils in the United States. They are known as the British Method and the French Method. (Want more in depth info? Read our full article) The British Method is the most commonly practiced in the US, and its practitioners PASSIONATELY preach against ingesting essential oils or using them undiluted. And with good reason.