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Volume 3; Issue 11

The Editor's Corner -- November 15, 2003
 

Welcome to the latest edition of Aromatherapy News!


In this month's edition:

Featured Article - Ayurveda Approach to Beauty & Skin Care
Sponsor - Zen for Men Aromatherapy Products for HIM
Essential Oil of the Month - Neroli - Citrus Aurantium
Aromatherapy in the Kitchen - Crab & Thyme Mushrooms
The Aromatherapy Room - Forum & Chat

Inevitably, shifting temperatures and weather conditions at this time of year bring us hundreds of winter skin care inquiries from our thousands of readers.

Taking proper care of your skin can prevent, or at the very least, delay many of the more common signs of aging. Realizing, and incorporating the impact of overall health into your beauty plans will inevitably bring you better success, and improved skin, nail, and hair conditions, healthy enough to withstand even the most challenging conditions winter can throw your way!

Although essential oils are a traditional, and well known option to enhance both skin condition, and overall health, they should be used in conjunction, and in balance with other opportunities.

This month's article, penned by author Nancy Lonsdorf, provides an Ayurvedic perspective on the life choices, and conditions that support better skin, hair, nail, and overall health from the inside out. Take a moment to explore Nancy's article, and learn more about which of three skin types you are, what foods promote better overall condition, and so much more.

And be sure to visit our sponsors this month, to feast your eyes upon their array of Zen Garden skin products, perfect for Xmas gift giving - only just around the bend!

As always, a note of thanks to both our long time, and new subscribers for joining us at Aromatherapy News! We look forward to continuing to be your primary source for premium quality aromatherapy news, and information.

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Our Featured Article
 
The Maharishi Ayurveda Approach to Beauty & Skin Care
by Nancy Lonsdorf

“Every person is born perfect. Inferiority is a mistake of the mind, a cloud covering the light. Dissolve the clouds by observing a balanced life with healthy habits. Nourish your mind and body. Connect with your own inner self. Celebrate your own magnificence and your beauty will always shine through.” -- Dr. Rama Kant Mishra, renowned Ayurvedic physician and dermatologist...

The Three Pillars of Beauty

Maharishi Ayurveda (MAV), the modern, consciousness-based revival of the ancient Ayurvedic medicine tradition, considers true beauty to be supported by three pillars; Outer Beauty, Inner Beauty and Lasting Beauty. Only by enhancing all three can we attain the balanced state of radiant health that makes each of us the most fulfilled and beautiful person we can be...

read the entire article the ayurveda approach to beauty and skin care >>>


 
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  Essential Oil of the Month  

Neroli or Orange Blossom

Latin: Citrus Aurantium
Scent: Rich, floral, refreshing
Effects: Calming, enhances sense of peace
Properties:
Neroli is considered and antidepressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, and sedative oil, with skin care properties as well.
Uses:

Neroli can often be found within skin condition oriented mixtures, often focusing upon the management of dry skin concerns..

It is considered very soothing, and helpful with stress related conditions, such as panic attacks, or irritable bowel syndrome. The treatment of such concerns is commonly managed through massage with this essential oil in a carrier.

Neroli is also considered a digestive aid, due to its antispasmodic properties, and can be of assistance with colitis.

General Overview:

Neroli is drawn from an evergreen tree with fragrant white blossoms. The tree originated in the Far East, but is now grown in Europe, Mexico, and South America.

The oil is extracted through steam distillation of the blossoms.

Neroli is considered a top note oil, and combines well with lavender, sandalwood, chamomile, and other citrus blends.


Featured Aromatherapy in the Kitchen Recipe

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Crab and Thyme Stuffed Mushrooms

In ancient Greece, the aroma of thyme was valued as a way to create a sense of elegance and style. This simple and stylish appetizer is sure to please both the palate, and the olfactory senses...


 
10 garlic cloves
10 thyme sprigs
1 tablespoon olive oil
6 oz canned crabmeat
6 oz goat cheese, softened
1/2 teaspoon chopped lemon zest
salt and pepper to taste
12 large mushrooms, stems removed

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Coat the garlic and thyme sprigs with the oil, and roast in the oven for 25 minutes, until the garlic is softened and golden. In a mixing bowl, pull the thyme leaves from the sprigs and combine with the garlic, crab, goat cheese, lemon zest. Mix until well blended. Season with salt and pepper.

Place the mushrooms on a lightly oiled baking sheet. Mound some of the crab mixture into each mushroom. Bake in the oven until the cheese has just started to melt. Finish under the broiler, if desired, to brown the tops.

Now enjoy the truly tranquil benefits of thyme...

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 Did You Know

Infused oils are a great way to combine the flavors of your favorite garden herbs and vegetables into an oil then used to add zest and excitement to many of your best recipes.

Infusion is simply the process of applying heat to a mix of your favorite herb(s) and a flavorless oil, bringing the herb's flavor out, and 'infusing' it into the oil. The mix is then carefully strained, and the oil stored until called for in your next recipe...

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 Recipe of the Month

'Every fall my skin would dry out, and I would begin to prepare for a winter full of skin related woes... until I came across this super recipe, that has proven itself yearly ever since:

Add 6 drops of geranium, 4 drops sandalwood, 1 drop chamomile, and 1 drop of jasmine to 2 ounces aloe vera gel, 2 ounces orange blossom water and two 400 iu capsules of vitamin e, opened to release the oil within.'

Thanks to Janet for her suggestion! We've carried it over for an additional month due to the number of skin care questions we've been receiving!

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