On this page you will find links to products and services that are frequently accessed or used by Essential Oil Resource Consultants.
The International Journal of Clinical Aromatherapy (IJCA) has been at the forefront of establishing and advancing the profession of clinical aromatherapy and supporting clinical aromatherapists since 2004.
Its reputation as the leading voice in clinical aromatherapy practice and development is well recognized and its twice yearly publications provide essential support to practitioners around the world.
The IJCA meets the needs of therapists by presenting solid practitioner-orientated and evidence-based information in a professional e-format.
Unlike any other aromatherapy journal currently available, each issue has a specific theme, with the majority of articles therein contributing valuable information concerning the chosen topic.
The IJCA is edited by Rhiannon Lewis and Gabriel Mojay
To further support the IJCA’s goal of growing and supporting the international clinical aromatherapy community, the journal is proud to announce the development of the International Clinical Aromatherapy Network (ICAN).
The ICAN enables practitioners around the world to come together in a private, dedicated professional forum for further enhancing knowledge and skills, sharing experience, building aromatic care protocols for clinical challenges, establishing guidelines as well as discussing research that is pertinent to clinical aromatherapy practice.
The forum is currently under development and will be launched during 2017.
The entrance criteria to the ICAN is a current IJCA membership.
LabAroma is a chemistry based, clinical aromatherapy focused software tool for blending using essential oil chemistry. It is very useful for practitioners and formulators alike and is easy to use, informative and fun.
Developed by the Aromahead Institute, this reference database resource provides solid information about individual essential oil components and their recognized pharmacological actions.
Dedicated to the research, education and promotion of hydrosols.
Run by botanist and distiller Ann Harman, the Circle H Institute houses the only database on hydrosol research and offers education in hydrosol production, chemistry and research.