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so much for being here. Why Chemistry?_ Aromatic compounds are the study of organic chemistry
_ Organic chemistry is the basis for pharmacology _ Therefore, aromatic compounds are the purest
form of pharmacology. _Molecular structures Carbon Hydrogen Oxygen Aromatic Compounds
Comfort Care
Oils at ACH _ Comfort (physical, emotional, spiritual) Frankincense Bergamot _ Calming
French Lavender Lemon Comfort Care Oils at ACH _ Soothing Nausea Peppermint Ginger _
Relaxation/Sleep Roman Chamomile Mandarin Frankincense (Boswellia frereana) _ Comfort
(physical, emotional, spiritual) Frankincense (Boswellia frereana) Family: Burseraceae Plant
Part Used: Oleoresin Therapeutic Properties: Analgesic (rheumatism, Sports injuries,),
antidepressant, sedative, antiinflammatory (rheumatism), anti-infectious (respiratory),
antioxidant, promotes wound healing, energizing, expectorant, immunostimulant (increases WBC
count), astringent, relieves digestive discomfort and flatulence, diuretic, antitumoral, regulates
menstruation, anticatarrhal (asthma, bronchitis) Bergamot FCF (Furo-coumarin free) (Citrus
bergamia) _ Comfort (physical, emotional, spiritual) Bergamot FCF (Furo-coumarin free)
(Citrus bergamia) Family: Rutaceae Plant Part Used: Fresh fruit peel Therapeutic Properties:
Reduces anxiety, calming (insomnia), sedative, antidepressant, antibacterial, antiseptic
(intestinal, colic, mouth/throat gargles), antispasmodic (colic, indigestion), antiviral
(herpes simplex 1, cystitis), aids return of appetite, tonic (digestive, CNS), helps
psoriasis, decreases fever, antiparasitic, diuretic PHOTOSENSITIVE unless Coumarins removed
(FCF) Lavender, French (Lavendula angustifolia) _ Calming Lavender, French (Lavendula angustifolia)
_ Family: Labiatae _ Plant Part Used: flowers, stems and leaves _ Therapeutic Properties:
Antiseptic, calmative, sedative, anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, antiinfectious, analgesic,
promotes healing, tonic, restorative, decongestant, antifungal, cardiotonic (tachycardia), carminative,
lowers blood pressure ***Best known for its use in treatment of burns Lemon (Citrus limon)
_ Calming Lemon (Citrus limon) Family: Rutaceae Plant Part Used: Fresh fruit peel Therapeutic
Properties: calming (headache, insomnia, nightmares), antibacterial, antiseptic (airborne), antispasmodic
(diarrhea), anticoagulant, antifungal (thrush), anti-infectious (respiratory), anti-inflammatory
(boils, gout, insect bites, rheumatism), antiviral (colds, herpes, warts), digestive aid (flatulence,
antiemetic, swallowing air), diuretic, expectorant, immunostimulant (increases WBCs), breaks up
stones (gallstones, urinary), pancreatic stimulant, antitumoral (deep), insecticide, astringent
PHOTOSENSITIVE MAY CAUSE SKIN DENUDING Lemon (Citrus limon) Family: Rutaceae Plant Part
Used: Fresh fruit peel Therapeutic Properties: calming (headache, insomnia, nightmares),
antibacterial, antiseptic (airborne), antispasmodic (diarrhea), anticoagulant, antifungal (thrush),
anti-infectious (respiratory), anti-inflammatory (boils, gout, insect bites, rheumatism), antiviral
(colds, herpes, warts), digestive aid (flatulence, antiemetic, swallowing air), diuretic, expectorant,
immunostimulant (increases WBCs), breaks up stones (gallstones, urinary), pancreatic stimulant,
antitumoral (deep), insecticide, astringent PHOTOSENSITIVE MAY CAUSE SKIN DENUDING Peppermint
(Mentha piperita) Family: Labiatae Plant Part Used: Whole plant above ground just before
flowering Therapeutic Properties: Antiemetic (travel sickness, other nausea), nervine (useful
for migraine), analgesic (used topically), antiseptic, antispasmodic, aids digestion,
expectorant, cools fevers, promotes diaphoresis, anti-inflammatory, anti-infectious, uterine
stimulant, antiviral (shingles), anticatarrhal DO NOT USE PEPPERMINT ON CHILDREN UNDER 3
YEARS OF AGE, larynx is not
fully developed, spasms may occur Ginger (Zingiber officinale) _ Soothing Nausea Ginger (Zingiber
officinale) _ Family: Zingerberaceae _ Plant Part Used: Rhizome _ Therapeutic Properties:
Nausea, digestive aid, colic, cramp, gas, analgesic (angina, arthritis, muscular aches
and pains, rheumatism, sprains, strains), anti-oxidant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, appetite
stimulant, aphrodisiac, bactericidal (ENT), immune support, expectorant (bronchitis),
reduces fever during illness, stimulant, warming (chills), nervous system tonic (debility,
nervous exhaustion, impotence), improves circulation, combats jet lag, anti-inflammatory Chamomile,
Roman (Anthemis nobilis) _ Relaxation/Sleep Chamomile, Roman (Anthemis nobilis) _ Family:
Asteraceae _ Plant Part Used: Flowers _ Therapeutic Properties: Nervine, calmative, sedative,
antidepressant, anti-inflammatory (gout, neuritis, skin, gums), anti-neuraligic, general tonic,
antipyretic, acts directly on the limbic system, antiparasitic, antispasmodic (headache, infantile
diarrhea), aids digestion, (gas, colic) stimulant, aids wound healing, soothes tired eyes, anti-anemic,
antiseptic, antibiotic, immunostimulant, assists gallbladder function Mandarin (Citrus deliciosa)
_ Relaxation/Sleep Mandarin (Citrus deliciosa) _ Family: Rutaceae _ Plant Part Used: Fresh
fruit peel _ Therapeutic Properties: Sedative, calming (insomnia, nervous tension, excitability,
grief), anxiety, antispasmodic (hiccups, stomach cramps, spasm), aids digestion, relieves flatulence,
antiepileptic, antifungal, antiseptic, dissolves cellulite, mild diuretic, tonic, stimulant
(digestive and lymphatic) Mandarin (Citrus deliciosa) _ Family: Rutaceae _ Plant Part
Used: Fresh fruit peel _ Therapeutic Properties: Sedative, calming (insomnia, nervous tension,
excitability, grief), anxiety, antispasmodic (hiccups, stomach cramps, spasm), aids digestion,
relieves flatulence, antiepileptic, antifungal, antiseptic, dissolves cellulite, mild diuretic,
tonic, stimulant (digestive and lymphatic) Synergy _ The process whereby two or more
substances work together simultaneously to enhance the function and effect of
one another. _ When aromatic molecules merge
in a complementary blend, their actions work in unison, creating a more powerful, different
and often pleasantly surprising effect. The sum of the whole is greater than their parts.
Review 1. Name a Therapeutic property of Ginger 2. Name a Therapeutic property of French Lavender
3. Name a precaution of Bergamot 4. Why would you not choose to use Peppermint on
children younger than 3 years of age Review 5. Name a Therapeutic property
of Mandarin 6. Name a precaution of Lemon 7.
Name a Therapeutic property of Chamomile Roman 8. Name a Therapeutic property of Frankincense PAGE ph3ff ph3ff gd?M[ ph3ff
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  1. Lorry Buehler says:

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