Home Fragrance with Amrita Aromatherapy

I am pleased to announced that I have joined the Amrita Aromatherapy Affiliate program!

Why Amrita?


In 2001, Amrita became the first essential oil company in the United States to make the transition into carrying certified organic essential oils and become certified as a company. Every product listed on the website as certified organic has been grown, harvested, distilled and handled without chemicals and other toxic ingredients, according to the USDA/NOP standards.

Botanical purity is only the first step when Amrita sources essential oils. To verify purity, Amrita uses gas chromatographic analysis with chiral columns– the most reliable tool for selecting oils that are 100% derived from the botanical species indicated. All 140 essential oils are tested using gas chromatography and other tests.”

As a cancer patient I am very careful about the chemicals I expose myself to, whether it is in personal care products, environmental fragrance or around the house with cleaning products.

My cancer has metasticized to my liver, so I only use small amounts of the safest EOs to aid in relaxation or help set the mood for restful sleep. So the first article I wanted to write about this topic is using essential oils for Home Fragrance!

Most candles and those commercial fragrance products fill the air with toxins, either synthetic fragrances made from petrochemicals or other ingredients designed to make the scent linger in the air and not evaporate as quickly. Those chemicals are linked to diseases like asthma and often cause health problems like headaches, migraine or nausea.

That is where replacing these products with essential oils can be a better, safer, alternative.

A good nights sleep really is critical to maintaining wellness and healing body, mind and spirit so setting the mood for a good nights sleep can be helped with the use of EOs. If you are new to aromatherapy start slow. Example, a couple drops of EOs on a cotton ball on a saucer next to the bed to add a relaxing aroma to the room. Using essential oils this way is like having a candle in the room, or using a lotion that might be fragrances. You are not delivering a “therapeutic” dose to the body, but creating a safe and relaxing environment.

I recommend starting any journey with using essential oils with the very safest, certified organic oil. So one good place to start might be with the USDA Certified Organic Lavandula angustifolia; BULGARIAN LAVENDER OIL. And NEW customers save 10% on Amrita!

“Use essential oils only in diluted form on the skin and never internally. Always be careful when using essential oils with children. Give them only low doses, or better, consult a qualified aromatherapy expert before using. Always use essential oils with care and only under the proper guidance of an expert while pregnant or if you have liver damage, epilepsy, cancer or other serious health problems.”

“This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.”

Check out the sales – this link may be time sensitive!

50% off select items at Amrita Aromatherapy

One thought on “Home Fragrance with Amrita Aromatherapy

  • March 3, 2020 at 11:11 AM

    One of the main reasons I selected Amrita Aromatherapy to join as an affiliate is their commitment to safety. From the website:

    Taking essential oils internally
    The International Federation of Aromatherapists strongly discourages the internal use of essential oils. They are highly concentrated substances that can damage the delicate lining of the digestive tract. Some essential oils are toxic when taken internally. Essential oils should only be ingested under the direct supervision of a professional aromatherapist.

    Essential oil contraindications
    People who have epilepsy or high blood pressure, pregnant women, infants and children all have special considerations in the use of essential oils. Please check the safety precautions for each oil before using it.

    Diluting essential oils
    Essential oils are very concentrated. They should always be diluted for use on the skin. With the exception of only a few oils, they should only be used directly on the skin under the supervision of a trained aromatherapist.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.