Free course of Aromatherapy by perfumer AbdesSalaam Attar


This aromatherapy course synthesises 25 years of experiences in the daily use of the essential oils I have been using as a perfumer. I call it “first aid aromatherapy” because this is a way of using the oils that shows immediate results.

The course is free, although it is the very course I hold in Italy to my students when they register with payment. You can download it here.

The course is meant to enable anybody without medical knowledge to cure himself and his family with just a few essential oils, solving most of the usual disturbs, but aromatherapy is so efficient that it would be a great help for any doctor who wishes to avoid prescribing the usual chemical medicines to his patients.

The basic kit I use is composed of only 6 essences, with which I can face practically any evenience. This is in part why the practice of first aid Aromatherapy is so easy, it uses only a few products with a wide range of applications.

Some of the stunning effects of  aromatherapy I have are illustrated on  this blog where I documented some of my experiences curing the people in Timbuktu . You will find them scrolling down.

AbdesSalaam Attar

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Mecca Balsam by La Via del Profumo. Mecca Balsam received rave reviews throughout the blogging world, and they were much deserved. Mecca Balsam revolves around labdanum, frankincense, benzoin and tobacco which suffuses the air with a gentle suggestion of incense. It never becomes overwhelming because it is so well-blended and subtle. Tobacco balances nicely with the labdanum, making it soft and cozy. For an all natural perfume, it has striking sillage with impressive staying power. Another excellent fragrance for the winter months.