August 15, 2001
 


  • Note from the Editors
  • Our Featured Shop - Health4Her.com
  • Our Featured Article - The Joy of Harvest
  • Aromatherapy Events


Dear Aroma News Subscribers,

Welcome to the latest edition of Aroma News!

This edition's article, "The Joy of Harvest", is a helpful guide to the art of successfully harvesting fragrant blooms, seeds, and roots for enjoyment long after the summer season has passed.

Take a moment to review our regular newsletter features as well, including the Oil of the Month, and our subscriber recipe suggestion, brought to you this month by Alise, of Lincoln, Nebraska. Thanks Alise!

Our subscriber winner this month is also noted below - check to see if your name is posted! And, remember, if you've received this newsletter, you're already entered in next month's drawing!

Contact us anytime by email, and tell us what you would like to see covered in our upcoming editions. We are listening!

The Aroma News Editors

Health for Her

Health4Her.com is an online store specializing in the provision of high quality, effective natural remedies and beauty alternatives for women. Their selection of products is extensive, with something of value for everyone.

The Joy of Harvest

For most home gardeners, this is the time of year we start to think about harvesting the plants that we have so lovingly cared for all summer. Timing is a key part of achieving the maximum quality of the plant, and harvest times vary depending on the part that you wish to use. As a general guideline, you want to gather the plants when they are at the peak of potency or are fully ripe. For example:

  • Flowers are usually best harvested just before the full bloom and in the mid or late morning following evaporation of the dew
  • Seeds should be gathered when they are dry and ripe, but before they fall from the plant on their own
  • Roots can be gathered in the late fall or early spring in either the early morning or late afternoon
  • Leaves should be gathered when they are tender and the plant is beginning to show new fall growth...

Read the entire article here >>


The Body, Soul, and Spirit Expo
September 21st-23rd, 2001 Toronto
The WholeLife Expo
September 21st-23rd, 2001 Dallas details
 

Have an event to feature? Let us know here.


You have been sent this newsletter by subscription at A World of Aromatherapy. Should you wish to unsubscribe at any time, simply click here, type UNSUBSCRIBE in the BODY of the email, and send.

 

 
Visit Us:
Essential Oils A to Z
Oils for the Mind
Oils for the Body
Oils and Massage
 
Our Sponsors:
A World of Good Health
Thane Health & Beauty
The Sedona Method
Crystal Quest Water
Our sponsors support both our site, and this publication. Please support them.
Recipe of the Month:

Alise writes:

"After a hard day's work in the retail industry, I like to ease the aching in my feet with a warm foot bath combined with a few drops of peppermint oil."

Share your suggestions. Email us today!

Oil of the Month:
Jasmine

Jasmine is popular for its calming, soothing effect, and is often used in the management of anxiety.

Also useful in the treatment of headaches, and dry skin.

To read more about jasmine oil, click here.

Did You Know?

When drying plants, hanging them upside down will bring the essential oils into the leaves.

To read more about essential oil extraction, go here.

This Month's Winner:

Congratulations to this month's subscriber prize draw winner: Lyndsey of Stoke on Trent, England

Lyndsey has won a Living Earth Escape Gift Set, valued at over $40.

As a subscriber to Aroma News, you're already entered in next month's drawing.

Good luck to all of you!

 

All contents copyright 2001 A World of Aromatherapy

Site development and promotion powered in part by Online for Success