Got Games? Make Meetings Fun and Educational!

Ever wonder what to do while people gather for your educational or marketing meetings? Or how to get your class members to warm up and interact? Introducing mini tear pads with games from Essential Educators! These 5″ × 7″ pads of 50 identical sheets are an easy and economical way to break the ice, entertain, and teach about essential oils.

Choose from 6 different games—3 of them require little or no knowledge of essential oils but impart a few fun facts; the other 3 both test and increase knowledge of the oils, their properties, and common uses. So you can adapt which games you use to your classroom composition or your preference. Offer a prize to the first person or team to complete a game. Click here for a selection of inexpensive prize ideas and gift bags.

Beginning Games

  • “EO Word Search and Scramble” contains both a word search and a word scramble game. Each one is played solo. A few fun facts about some common oils are included.
  • “Sample Vial Solitaire” is also a game for individuals, and the backside offers a few interesting aromatherapy tidbits.
  • “Capture the Oils” requires a partner for a strategic spatial game using 1/4 dram or 5/8 dram sample vials as playing pieces (not included). The backside teaches some of the history, extraction methods, and uses of 6 common essential oils.

Know-How Enhancers

  • “Name That Aroma” asks individuals to name 6 common essential oils based on brief descriptions about their properties and uses. The backside, “Conditions Contact,” is basically a name-that-condition game for 3 or more people.
  • “What Oil Am I?” is an essential oil version of “20 Questions” for 2 players to alternate in deducing the name of a chosen oil. Some facts on the backside help the game move along.
  • “Name That Oil!” is also played in pairs, with each person trying to name more oils and blends than the other. Some up-close plant images create a visual guessing game on the backside.

There you have it! You’ll be a fun and informative host with these ready games that require no preparation. Click here to see front and back images of all the games and to purchase these amazing essential oil class tools!

The current mini tear pad collection from Essential Educators also includes 10 additional titles about basic aromatherapy topics, uses, and conditions: Anxiety, Aromatherapy, Chakras, Depression, Dilution, EOs & Cooking, Internal Application, Kids, Topical Application, and Yoga. Keep an eye on the AromaTools website for even more options in the future!

Essential Yoga Practice: Combining Essential Oils with Yoga

If you are interested in yoga, whether you are a beginner or an expert, Asti Atkinson and Mona Flynn are with us today to share how you can get started using essential oils to add to the benefits of practicing yoga. Check out their book, DVD, and tear pad at AromaTools:


Is yoga for you? If it is, do you know how to effectively pair your yoga practice with essential oils? Do you teach yoga or know someone who does? Many yoga teachers have approached us with questions about how to introduce essential oils to their students. We’ve talked to yogis who are curious about essential oils but unsure where to start. We’ve also had many essential oil users ask us how to introduce essential oils to the yoga community, especially since more traditional yogis can be reluctant initially to introduce any type of aroma to a yoga practice.

These answers and more can be found in Essential Yoga Practice. This book clearly communicates the benefits of yoga, important information about essential oils, and how pairing these two practices can be so beneficial. It’s ideal for newcomers, yet also contains a wealth of information to help more seasoned yogis and oil users expand and deepen the benefits they experience.

In the last section of the book, yoga, wellness, and fitness expert Mona Flynn shares 6 original yoga sequences she has choreographed, and Asti Atkinson teaches how specific essential oils can have a powerful impact on your yoga experience. You’ll be able to watch these sequences in motion with the Essential Yoga Practice DVD.

Are you ready to teach others how to use essential oils with yoga in a simple way . . . or even get together with some friends for a self-guided tour of yoga with essential oils? Take home the new Essential Yoga Practice tear pad (available from AromaTools), and enjoy experimenting with oils and yoga. You’ll love the synergistic wellness pairing these two ancient practices provide for body, mind, and spirit.

About the Authors


Mona Flynn, MS, has over 25 years of experience in wellness and fitness. She holds a master’s degree in exercise physiology and is a registered yoga teacher with over 500 hours of experience (RYT 500E). She is a long-standing member of both the Yoga Alliance and the International Association of Yoga Therapists. Mona is co-owner of the Institute of Integrated Yoga Therapy, which offers yoga teacher training programs, and owner of Lifefit Inc., a private yoga practice.

Asti Atkinson began her own natural wellness journey when she discovered essential oils in 1998, and she has been an essential oil distributor since 2010. She has educated thousands of people in groups around the world on the benefits of essential oils.

9th Edition of Modern Essentials + the New Handbook!

This year, along with the 9th Edition of Modern Essentials, we are also introducing the newest member of the Modern Essentials Family—the Modern Essentials Handbook!
As the name implies, the Modern Essentials Handbook is THE book that should be in the hands of every oil user, at home or on the go. And with an anticipated low introductory price, this book is an affordable option to gift to new essential oil users, as well as to have personal copies at home, at the office, in the car, at school, or everywhere that essential oils are used!
Features of the Modern Essentials Handbook include:

  • A beautifully redesigned introduction section that helps new (and old) users quickly and easily learn what essential oils are, where they come from, how they can be used, what tools are essential to use oils effectively, and how to use essential oils safely and effectively.

  • Beautiful new “Essential Essentials” oil highlight pages that feature additional information and images for some of the top oils and blends (helping new oil users know which oils and blends they should acquire to get started).

  • Convenient size that makes it easy to slip this book in a purse, bag, backpack, suitcase, or car so it can go anywhere! (The size of the Handbook is 6.75″ x 9″.)
  • Oil prompts note pages in the back of the book that allow users to keep their favorite oils and recipes handy.

  • All of the information users need to safely and effectively use pure, therapeutic-grade oils for hundreds of health conditions—physical, mental, and emotional.
  • A low price, making this very affordable—buy a case to give away to new users, or just have several copies on hand.
  • A beautiful new cover, with a unique texture and a stunning oil-drop pattern highlight that is visible when it catches the light.

All of these features really make the Modern Essentials Handbook the go-to book that everyone who uses, or is interested in, oils should have in their hands.

This new book complements our traditional Modern Essentials book (which we have given a new subtitle: “The Complete Guide to the Therapeutic Use of Essential Oils”) very well.
While the Handbook is the “go-to” book, everyone should have a copy of the big Modern Essentials at home as a reference book for going deeper and learning more about essential oils as well as teaching others about the oils. Modern Essentials goes much more in depth on:

  • Application methods
  • Blending
  • Chemistry and chemical constituents
  • The historical use of essential oils and aromatic plants
  • How essential oils affect the body
  • Published scientific and medical research studies for single oils and conditions that support the therapeutic use of essential oils
  • Additional charts and illustrations
  • More detailed information and research supporting the use of ingredients found In essential oil–infused supplements and personal care products

The 9th Edition of Modern Essentials keeps all the features we know and love from the 8th Edition and has been updated with a beautiful new cover, 4 new oils, and additional personal care products.

Take advantage of the introductory prices and free shipping specials going on this week at AromaTools.com, and order these books today!

ESSENTIAL Oils All the Way

Our guest blogger today is Connie Boucher. Connie absolutely loves essential oils and has many personal experiences of using the oils to help her throughout her life. She is so excited to share her experiences with all of us! Don’t forget to take a look at her books and CD:


Using essential oils is not optional for me. In fact, oils are absolutely “essential” in my world! I have loved and appreciated pure, high-quality essential oils from the first time I inhaled their fresh, clean scents. And I’ve excitedly noted how well they worked when conventional medications let me down, but my own deep respect and appreciation for essential oils came during crisis situations.

While overall I am strong and healthy and function very well, I have experienced a couple of major health challenges in my life. And I’ve been through some life-threatening health crises. When I got viral meningitis, oils were—quite literally, I believe—a life safer for me.

Last year, while recovering from an emergency surgery to fix a perforated bowel and 2 subsequent, absolutely necessary, surgeries (something you never want to experience!), I had to have 3 major abdominal surgeries within a seven-and-a-half-month period in order for my body to function properly again. I can’t even imagine what I would’ve done without essential oils!

In May, I had to have a lung biopsy. Because a pre-surgery MRI showed significant masses in my lungs, my surgeon wouldn’t do hernia surgery (a 4th required surgery) until I was cleared by a pulmonologist.

So I had the biopsy, and, in short, the lung doc said my lungs didn’t look good. I had serious scarring (sarcoidosis), and it was bad enough that I should  have been gasping and wheezing for breath and not been able to talk without coughing. The recommended treatment was steroids. I said, “No thanks. Not happening.”

At that point, my doctor asked why not. I said, “Because they have serious side effects.” He agreed but said that they get results. I said, “Ha. Essential oils get results too, and there are no negative side effects.” He responded that there was no testing to prove that. I said, “Actually there is. . . . And I’m proof they work.”

To that, doc admitted I had a point. He said that when he looked at my scan and then looked at me it didn’t match up. He said I look strong and healthy and much younger than my age. And my lungs sound fine. No sign of having issues.

How about that? So I thanked him for the awareness that I have a lung project to work on, and we agreed that I’d just keep doing what I’ve been doing, because it’s obviously working quite well!

To sum up, I’ve used essential oils to ease pain and help me immensely as I’ve dealt with all sorts of conditions, including a serious case of pneumonia and shingles. I used oils to soothe shocked and unsettled emotions after my daughter unexpectedly died. I have oils in every room of my house and use them over and over again for practically everything, because they always work. Today I look and feel amazing. You’d never look at me and guess I’ve just gone through a year and a half of hellish health challenges!

I’ve had so many positive experiences with pure essential oils that they are always my go-to! It’s no wonder that I love them so much, and with much confidence and gusto, I highly recommend them!

About the Author


Connie Boucher empowers people to live healthier and happier lives! She’s a massage therapist, wellness coach, author, trainer, and entrepreneur with over 2 decades of experience in the healing field. She’s also happily married with a big family—10 kids and 18 grandkids. Connie has a lot going on, so she’s always on the lookout for super simple and effective ways to get things done, and then she loves sharing what she’s learned with others. Hence her business name, Super Simple Wellness. Connie is passionate about helping people understand how their body-mind-spirit works and what they need to do to keep all parts of themselves well-functioning. Her latest book, Chakra Wellness Made Simple, explains how energy works and illustrates many easy ways to live in harmony and alignment.

Fashion and Essential Oils

Today’s guest blogger, Paige Sorensen, has uniquely combined essential oils with fashion and shares how essential oils can help you learn to love your body. Thanks for sharing your insights, Paige!


Could someone tell what your message is if you didn’t say a word?

What influence do you have on those around you?

Is how you take care of your body on the inside reflected on the outside?

Do you see your body as a gift that should be embraced, honored, and loved?

When you open your closet, are your emotions mostly positive or negative?

My book @FashionandOils is a great guide to self-discovery to identifying you, identifying your opportunities, and executing them! This fun and interactive read offers daily applications that can help reduce stress and get you excited to face your closet every morning. I offer closet tips, shopping tips, essential oil tips, and experiences to help you start your day off with a positive, successful foundation. I am a thrifter by nature—which means none of what you need has to break the bank!

I love connecting to those around me. Fashion and essential oils allow me to do this on a greater level. I connect with others through clothing, personalities, uniqueness, passions, and vibrance. Fashion and essential oils allow you to connect with others in more meaningful ways. Caring about what you’re wearing, your health, your mind, your body, and your spirit are critical for success. My book and cards will help with clarification on your style and your body love. My purpose is for all of us to have confidence in our health and self-image and then pass this mentality to the younger generations. Love who you are and show it!
Doing a morning routine utilizing the aroma of essential oils has a powerful effect on your mood and vision. It is important to get essential oils on your body, and there is no better way to do it than while you are saying positive, uplifting statements about each body part. This is an action of taking ownership of your body and accepting and embracing who you are with positive affirmations. My aromatic cards show how to use a simple daily routine to learn to love your body, or fall in love with it again. They provide an easy 3-minute way for you to have positive statements with you at all times. Try it—I dare you!

Start by getting these products at AromaTools.com:

About the Author


Paige Sorensen, fashion stylist and image specialist, was born and raised in San Diego, where she learned the art of finding hidden treasures at thrift stores. Paige has worked in the fashion industry for last 15 years and has built an amazing essential oil team over the last 6 years. She has combined her two passions—fashion and essential oils—and now travels all over teaching about oils and how to find identity and confidence in clothing. She absolutely loves her job! She is deeply invested while she works with different clients or companies everyday. She recently moved to Utah with her 3 children and her husband, who all adore their favorite essential oils.

Are You Happy?

Our post today is by Rebecca Hintze, mental health expert and author of several books, including the following form AromaTools.com:

Keep reading, and take a moment to analyze your state of happiness and look for ways you can improve. Thank you, Rebecca, for sharing your knowledge with us!


Everyone wants to be happy, and everybody can be when we have healthy attitudes, beliefs, and values. Despite the increase in psychiatric drug use and talk of emotional disorders, the truth is, most people are happy. According to a recent study, people who live in relatively free countries (and aren’t in prison or psychiatric institutions) declare to be a least moderately cheerful in spite of their age, gender, and financial status.

It’s true that happy people behave and think differently than unhappy people. If we want to be one of the happy folks, we may need to take inventory of the following factors. Since the choice is ours, we can begin today to identify and adjust the reasons why we’re not behaving, believing—and therefore creating—happy lives.
According to research, here’s what makes a happy person:

  • Happy people are more loving, forgiving, trusting, decisive, creative, sociable, and helpful.
  • Some say that money doesn’t make you happy. This is not necessarily true. Research has shown that happier people have more money. There is a connection between wealth and well-being, though it is not significant. Stress from financial disorder does lead to depression. However, wealth cannot be attributed to redeeming a depressed person. And money only reports to support happiness when it meets needs and a little bit more. Wealth alone doesn’t predict happiness.
  • Happy people are more likely to set optimistic goals and strive to meet them.
  • Happy people have healthier immune systems that result from happy attitudes.
  • Happy people don’t suppress good feelings when they feel them. They laugh when they feel like it. If they receive a compliment, they accept it.
  • Happy people are less self-focused.
  • Happy people are less violent and aggressive.
  • Happier people are usually spiritual people. Though some studies show that some forms of active spirituality can correlate with prejudice and guilt, for the most part, a belief in God—and consequently, an active spiritual life—correlates well with several mental health criteria. People who are active in their church tend to be less likely to abuse drugs and alcohol, divorce, or commit suicide.
  • Happy people have strong support systems. When we have a large crowd of loving friends and family, we are happier and healthier, and less likely to die prematurely.
  • Happy people are married. A large amount of data show that people are happier when they are attached, particularly married.

We have the choice to be happy by changing behaviors that make us unhappy.

For this week’s personal growth, take inventory of your state of happiness.

Ask yourself:

  • Do I have a healthy support system? If not, why? Do I have emotional walls that push people away, including a spouse or potential mate? If so, why?
  • Am I in debt or without a sufficient income and stressed as a result? If so, how did I get to this point? What beliefs do I have about money that prevent me from creating abundance?
  • Am I self-absorbed? If so, why? Do I believe I am worthy to have my needs met and do I allow others to meet my needs?
  • Do I set optimistic goals and try to reach them? If not, why?
  • Do I suppress laughter and reject compliments? If so, why?
  • Am I spiritually connected, believing in a divine, higher power of love, light, and truth?
  • Am I willing to love, forgive, trust, serve, and interact with others? If not, why?

For extra support, consider regularly diffusing citrus essential oils. All citrus essential oils are natural mood uplifters. With regular use, they have the ability to uplift mood and encourage happiness. Through self-exploration and by taking action, we can unlock the doors to living happier lives.

Many Blessings,

Rebecca Hintze

About the Author


Rebecca Hintze, MS, is considered an expert in the field of mental health, specializing in family issues and emotional intelligence. She is the international bestselling author of Healing Your Family History, distributed worldwide and translated into 8 different languages. She is the creator of The Emotions Mentor Course Series, and she’s also the author of the books Essentially Happy, Essential Oils for Happy Living, and Emotions and Essential Oils: An A–Z Guide.

Today, Rebecca speaks to audiences worldwide on healing family patterns, overcoming destructive behavior, increasing emotional intelligence, resolving health care issues naturally through essential oils and supplementation, and resolving family conflict.

New Mini Tear Pads for Essential Oil Classes

With school back in session, it’s the perfect time to get ready to teach new essential oil classes. AromaTools has some new materials that are perfect for sending your attendees home with the important information from your class.
These mini tear pads are less expensive and less bulky than regular sized tear pads, which makes them easy to carry around and to hand out to interested people or class attendees. Here are a few class ideas that you can do with each mini tear pad:

Aromatherapy Mini Tear Pad

The Aromatherapy Mini Tear Pad is great for teaching the basics of using essential oils aromatically. It includes information on how aromatic use is beneficial to the body and ways to diffuse or inhale the aroma of an essential oil. Also included are some perfume blends and diffuser blends. Here are a few ideas for using this tear pad in your essential oil classes:

Topical Application Mini Tear Pad

The Topical Application Mini Tear Pad teaches the basics of using essential oils topically. It includes information about why topical application benefits the body and ways to use essential oils topically. On the back, you will find essential oil suggestions for massage oil and a couple bath blends.

Dilution Mini Tear Pad

The Dilution Mini Tear Pad goes hand-in-hand with the Topical Application Mini Tear Pad, or it can be used separately. When teaching about using essential oils topically, you’ll want to include information about how to properly dilute essential oils for daily use, short-term use, or use on young, sensitive, or elderly skin. This tear pad includes common carrier oils for dilution, suggests roll-on bottles as handy aids, and has a dilution chart showing how many drops of carrier oil to use.

Internal Application Mini Tear Pad

The Internal Application Mini Tear Pad teaches which oils can be used internally, why internal use of essential oils can be beneficial for the body, and how to use essential internally. It also includes a few simple recipes for using essential oils in food or drink.

Essential Oils & Cooking Mini Tear Pad

The EOs & Cooking Mini Tear Pad outlines the benefits for using essential oils in your cooking, and the back covers guidelines for substituting essential oils for zest, herbs, or spices commonly used in cooking recipes. This tear pad can be used on its own or along with the Internal Application Mini Tear Pad.

  • Essential Oil Class Ideas: This tear pad is often used for a Cooking with Essential Oils class. Just give a little background about essential oils and how they can enhance the flavor of a dish and provide additional health benefits. Then prepare a simple dish using essential oils and allow your guests to sample it. Click here for cooking recipes that use essential oils.
  • Essential Oil Refreshments: If you want to include essential oil refreshments at any class, it may be a good idea to include this tear pad on the refreshment table so that your attendees can learn how to cook with essential oils on their own.

Do you have any suggestions or ideas for using these mini tear pads? Comment below. We’d love to learn from you!

Try Our “Diffuser Blends for All Occasions” in a New Diffuser!

We’ve just added several new diffusers to our product line, including various types, sizes, shapes, colors, and prices. With over 40 different options, we are sure that you will find one that works for you!
Along with the popular ultrasonic diffusers, you will find some new atomizing/nebulizing diffusers, a few new evaporative diffusers (including the Fidget Fuser), and even a motion sensing diffuser! We are also carrying new diffuser cleaning tablets to make the task of cleaning your ultrasonic diffuser even easier!

In addition to the new diffusers, we also have a new booklet—“Diffuser Blends for All Occasions”—that makes a great gift for any essential oil user. Here are a few ways to use this booklet:

  • Personal Use: Keep one of these booklets near your home diffuser so you can quickly refer to it and try out some new blends! Also included is a section with tips and suggestions about how to create your own diffuser blends.
  • Essential Oil Class Giveaway: This booklet makes a great giveaway at an essential oil class! Teach about how essential oils affect the olfactory system and the power of aromatherapy on moods and emotions. Introduce your students to the different types of diffusers and send them home with a “Diffuser Blends for All Occasions” booklet so they can get started diffusing with some great essential oil blends!
  • Raffle Prize: Create a diffusing gift basket with a new diffuser, additional replacement parts (if needed), and a “Diffuser Blends for All Occasions” booklet. Offer it as a prize for a raffle drawing at an essential oil class/party.
  • Incentive for Downline: Encourage new sign-ups or rank advancements by offering a new diffuser with this booklet.
  • Small Gift: This booklet is perfect for a simple gift around the holiday season or to just say “thanks” or “thinking of you” to your essential oil friends, downline, clients, or prospective clients.

Are you excited for these new diffusers or the “Diffuser Blends for All Occasions” booklet? Which diffuser are you most interested in? We’d love to hear your feedback!

10 Diffuser Blends for the Road

Whether you are off on a road trip or just wanting something to diffuse as you commute to work, these diffusing tips and diffuser blends are great for wherever you are headed!

Car Diffusing Tips:

  • Cars are such small spaces, so make sure to use only a couple drops and turn the diffuser off every now and then to give your olfactory system a break.
  • Try to keep the air circulating by running the air or leaving a window cracked.
  • Make sure the oils you use are suitable for all passengers. Keep allergies, cautions, and preferences in mind when selecting your oil or blend. For example, peppermint essential oil should not be diffused with young children (0–6) in the car. Rosemary and wintergreen essential oils should not be diffused with pregnant women in the car. And even a single drop of cinnamon essential oil is too strong to diffuse in such a small space.
  • Avoid oils that may make the driver drowsy, such as lavender, Roman chamomile, cedarwood, vetiver, and other relaxing oils.
  • If you find you don’t like the oil or blend you used, roll down the windows to let the car air out before trying something new.
  • If the driver needs something additional to keep him or her alert, try putting a drop or two of peppermint or rosemary on a tissue and placing it near the driver’s nose.

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Share the Power of Cooking with Essential Oils (with Provence Salt Recipe)

Cooking with essential oils can add a ton of flavor to a simple dish and take it from ordinary to extraordinary! Roman and Corinna Barrus have taught many cooking classes over the years and have now made it simple for you to use their knowledge to hold your own essential oil cooking classes. We’ve invited Corinna to tell us a little more about their class materials. Make sure to give their Provence Salt a try—it is delectable!

Many of us are looking for ways to eat better, create delicious dishes for our family, and share the power of essential oils with others. Summer is a great time to dive into the world of cooking and preparing foods with essential oils, as there are so many delicious fruits and vegetables available this time of year. And cooking with essential oils is a great way to share them with others, as people love to eat and gather together over a meal.

When Roman and I got started 7 years ago sharing essential oils and teaching others, we soon discovered you could cook and prepare amazing foods with bold flavors, which saved time and money over conventional food preparation: buying a bushel of herbs, washing, drying, cutting—and usually a portion of it going rotten in the fridge. We discovered that a drop or less of essential oil added to food or to salts, olive oil, or honey was a quick and powerful way to add that same flavor at a fraction of the time and cost. We also discovered (the hard way) that a little goes a long way and that a whole drop of oregano oil can quickly ruin a dish.

Just like using essential oils for health and in the home requires some basic education, so does cooking with essential oils. So we created Eatplant for these 2 groups: those who want to learn how to cook with essential oils, and those who want to teach others about the amazing benefits of essential oils using a cooking class. Eatplant is the brainchild of Roman and his countless hours in the kitchen concocting delicious meals for his family and friends and our team events. He was getting asked to teach more cooking classes than he could handle, and we quickly realized that we needed to share this information by creating some simple tools to educate people on how to cook with essential oils and how to teach simple, fun, duplicatable classes. We have found that cooking with essential oils is a subject people really want to learn about. Let’s face it: We all love to eat, and the way to a man’s heart (woman’s too, especially if there is chocolate involved) is through the stomach. The Eatplant tear pad and invitation give you a simple way to invite and teach a “cooking with essential oils” class, complete with great recipes to allow you to make some essential oil–infused dishes.

One of the recipes we share on the Cooking with Essential Oils Tear Pad and DVD 1 Cooking Class is Provence Salt. This recipe has become a favorite of thousands of people all across the world now. The Provence Salt was inspired by a traditional seasoning in French cuisine called the Bouquet Garni, which is used to season stocks, soups, meats, stews, and more. The traditional Bouquet Garni is made with fresh herbs usually consisting of rosemary, thyme, marjoram, basil, oregano, parsley, and sometimes others as well. The herbs are tied together by string and set in soups, stocks, and braises. The Provence Salt recipe replaces the need for the Bouquet Garni, saves time and money, and is more flavorful due to the potency of essential oils.

Provence Salt

  • Servings: Yield=2 Tbsp.
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Ingredients & Supplies:

  • 2 Tbsp. (25–30 g) Himalayan or sea salt
  • 2 drops basil essential oil
  • 1 drop rosemary essential oil
  • 1 drop thyme essential oil
  • 1 drop fennel essential oil
  • 1 drop marjoram essential oil
  • 1 drop lavender essential oil

Instructions:

Mix ingredients together until thoroughly combined. This salt keeps for months in an airtight glass container and makes an amazing gift. Just sprinkle on food as you would salt for seasoning. This salt will soon become a family favorite!

We also saw that many people love to share but are not comfortable teaching classes, so we created the Eatplant DVD, which teaches the cooking class for you! It’s divided into sections that match the tear pad sections, so they can be used together, or you can use the DVD alone to learn or to teach others. The sections are Introduction, Let’s Talk about Essential Oils, How to Use Oils, Cooking with Oils, Eating Right, How to Get Essential Oils, and Suggested Essential Oil Cooking Sets. Everything is done in a simple and beautiful way to give you the basics and inspire you to develop your own creativity and signature style while creating delicious cuisine. For those who are ready to dive deeper into the world of cooking with essential oils and want more recipes, we created DVD 2, which has so many amazing recipes and dives deeper into cooking techniques to help you become an amazing home chef. We know how busy you are and how many things are on your plate, and we want to help simplify and demystify the world of cooking with essential oils.

About The Author


Corinna Barrus has been using essential oils for 25 years in her massage practice. It wasn’t until discovering medical-grade oils that she truly became passionate about the power of essential oils to create health and wellness physically, emotionally, and spiritually. She embraced a vision and mission to empower individuals, families, and healthcare professionals with the knowledge and tools to take healthcare into their own hands. She has seen firsthand the power of nature’s most potent medicine to help people heal and shift in ways both small and great.

After Corinna had been working her wellness business for 18 months, her husband, Roman, was able to retire from a 6-figure career to join Corinna and the mission to empower people to achieve greater health and abundance. Roman saw the potential of using essential oils in cuisine and took it from a hobby to an art and science! His love for cooking and essential oils has created a revolution in the kitchen. He and Corinna love sharing the health benefits of essential oils and leading a worldwide team to do the same.