I am currently taking certification classes to become a Certified Animal Aromatherapist. So far, I've completed level 1 which involved case studies, papers, and a final quiz. I'm working through the case studies for Level 2 then will work on the term paper, other papers, and huge final quiz. Then, on to Level 3 which looks to be just as intensive as Level 2. That will put me halfway through!
I'm learning how to select the appropriate aromatherapy product for a particular situation. This involves not only essential oils but also hydrosols, carrier/fixed oils, flower essences, clays, and other botanical products.
It's a lot more information to learn than I expected... and it makes me want to learn even more about it.
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* Vitamin E
* Essential Oils
* DGP - Marine Collagen
* Vitamin C
* Fish Oil