One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘However, when I look at what people who call themselves aromatherapists claim, I have to conclude that aromatherapy is a mostly a pseudoscientific alternative medical therapy.’
- ‘The alternative therapists approached included an acupuncturist, an aromatherapist, a medical herbalist, a chiropractor, a reflexologist, and a homoeopathic practitioner.’
- ‘They should not be consumed internally without personal counsel from a trained aromatherapist and should not be applied undiluted on the skin because they can be extremely irritating in full concentration.’
- ‘I would recommend therefore that fennel essential oil is not used for children, pregnant women or people with epilepsy unless they are receiving treatment mixes from a qualified aromatherapist.’
- ‘It is advisable to consult an aromatherapist or other professional before using essential oil products particularly if pregnant or thinking of using the products on children.’
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