We are pleased to announce that Cheryl's Herbs will sponsor a 40-hour aromatherapy certification course. The class, Aroma 101: Foundations is offered by The School of Aromatic Studies and will be taught by Kathy Klug, a Registered Aromatherapist taught by Cheryl Hoard.

CLASS: Aromatherapy 101: Foundations | May 2016 – July 2016

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We are pleased to announce that Cheryl's Herbs will sponsor a 40-hour aromatherapy certification course. The class, Aroma 101: Foundations is offered by The East-West School of Herbal and Aromatic Studies and will be taught by Kathy Klug, a Registered Aromatherapist taught by Cheryl Hoard.

Aromatherapy 101: Foundations | Jan 2016 – March 2016

Felicia Broeker

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We are pleased to announce that Cheryl's Herbs will sponsor a 40-hour aromatherapy certification course. The class, Aroma 101: Foundations is offered by The East-West School of Herbal and Aromatic Studies and will be taught by Kathy Klug, a Registered Aromatherapist taught by Cheryl Hoard.

Paw Gep Products

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  Paw Gep's Favorite Lip Balm 'nuff said.     Paw Gep's Hand Sanitizer   An ounce of protection is worth a pound of cure and is much easier to carry in your pocket or purse!   PAW GEP'S AMAZING AROMATIC BALM Contains the essential oils of Camphor (White Fraction), Wintergreen, Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Cinnamon Leaf, […]

Essential Oil Safety Information

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**If you're looking for a certain herb or oil, use the find function of your browser by pressing ctrl+ f on windows, or command+f on mac**   We do not recommend the internal use of any Essential Oils or Absolutes. Never use essential oils as a substitute for necessary medical care. Always consult a qualified […]

Essential Oil Profile: Clary Sage

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by Marie Temmen   Common name: Clary Sage Latin binomial: Salvia sclarea Plant family: Labiatae History/folklore: Clary sage has an interesting history that reveals itself in the names which were applied to this plant. Medieval authors called the herb “clear eye” and considered it beneficial in healing visual problems. The name “clary” is derived from […]

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