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You can try, but these types usually don't listen!
riversinger wrote:Essential Oils can be a wonderful thing, but it doesn't matter how high a quality or how expensive they may be - if someone is allergic/sensitive to them - they will react in any number of ways.
Rozax wrote:This is a good lesson for anyone who rolls their eyes at spending an afternoon getting certified in CPR/First Aid (not here; I've heard irl grumbles). It's one afternoon vs saving someone's life! Thank you for sharing your experience.
Dragonflies wrote:For the sake of educating persons in the future please consider filling out the EO Reaction Report Form with the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA).
Bravo to you for quick-thinking and getting this client care right away. How scary, I'm so glad you shared your story here with us!
JLWmassage wrote:I am saving that site. The new therapist in my office is doing raindrop therapy. So this is good to have handy
Dragonflies wrote:JLWmassage wrote:I am saving that site. The new therapist in my office is doing raindrop therapy. So this is good to have handy
Eeeps! Have you read the White Paper on Rain Drop Therapy?
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