Are you interested in exploring the French approach to aromatherapy? Confused about the validity and safety of internal use of essential oils? Interested in a more in-depth clinical aromatherapy education?
Advance your skills and knowledge of the medicinal benefits and applications of essential oils and hydrosols with the French Aromatherapy Certification Course.
Course includes our New Online Anatomy and Physiology course!
Certificate Course Outline
Roots: French Aromatherapy
Getting Started , Supplies List and Resources, European Suppliers, Quality Criteria, Concepts of Health and Wellness, Ecological Pharmacology, Important Terminology, Therapeutic Actions: Glossary, Recommended Books, Health Disclaimer: French Aromatherapy
Plants and Phytochemistry, Introduction to Chemistry with Nicholas Zemp, NEW Aromatic Archetypes - Chemistry Energetics Chart, Monoterpenes, Sesquiterpenes, Monoterpene Alcohols, Sesquiterpene Alcohols and Diterpene Alcohols, Aldehydes, Esters, Ketones, Phenols, Phenylpropanoids, Ethers, Oxides, Furanocoumarins / Sesquiterpene Lactones, Biochemical Reference Chart
The Essential Oils
Cultivating our relationship with essential oils
Anise, Bergamot, Carrot Seed, Roman Chamomile, Cinnamon bark eo and co2 extract, Clary sage, Coriander seed eo and co2 extract, Cypress, Eucalyptus globulus and other Eucalyptus sp., Sweet Fennel, Ginger eo and co2, Inula graveolens, Lemon, Laurel, Lavender, Sweet Marjoram, Melissa, Green Myrtle, Niaouli, Peppermint, Petitgrain, Scots Pine, Rosemary chemotypes, Tea tree, Thyme chemotypes, Wintergreen, Winter savory, Yarrow
Applications and Purpose
Methods of Application, Cutaneous Route, Dermal and General Safety, Oral (by mouth) Route, Suppositories and Pessaries, Diffusion and Inhalation, Safety and Internal Use
Aromatic Medicine Making
Exploring Methods of Internal Use, How to Make Essential Oil Capsules, About Aromatic Herbal Pastilles, How to Make Suppositories and Recipes, How to make Suppositories Video, How to Make Cough Syrup, How to Make Cough Drops, Print PDF: Module Five
Introduction to Hydrosols NEW DISTILLATION VIDEO!, Exploring the hydrosol palette, Hydrosol Applications and Resources for Hydrosols
Synthesis and Formulation
The Formulation Framework, The Consultation, Selection Criteria and Formulation, Methods of Delivery/Application
Aromatic Medicine Formulations
Infectious Pathologies, The Respiratory System, The Digestive System, The Reproductive System, The Urinary System
The Right to Practice: Is it legal?, Research and Resources
How to complete this course, How to complete your case studies or paper, Submit case studies or final paper
Who is this course for?
- Individuals interested in deepening their knowledge of aromatic medicine.
- Aromatherapy practitioners seeking to expand their knowledge and application of essential oils.
- Herbalists interested in integrating aromatic medicine into their practice.
- Individuals working with multi-level marketing and other companies who recommend the use of essential oils internally or have products on the market such as herbal supplements.
What you will learn:
- The importance of quality criteria for essential oils
- Ecological Pharmacology: why the whole essential oil is more important than it’s isolated components.
- NEW! Chart for Aromatic Chemistry: utilizing chemical families to understand an essential oil as well as a blend of essential oils.
- How chemical families of essential oil components support the therapeutic benefits of essential oils.
- French Aromatherapy Aromatic Medicine Toolkit: How to use 30 essential oils within the French Aromatic Medicine model
- Galenic preparations for internal and external applications: Routes of Administration.
- Safety and internal use.
- How to use essential oils internally.
- How to make aromatic pastilles, essential oil capsules, vaginal or rectal suppositories, cough syrup, cough drops and much more.
- The therapeutic applications of hydrosols in clinical practice.
- How to make flower essences.
- How to perform an aromatic medicine consultation.
- Selection criteria for essential oils, hydrosols, and method of application for clinical formulation.
- Aromatic medicine applied to systems of the body and common ailments of each system.
- How to effectively and safely use essential oils internally.
- French Approach to Aromatic Medicine – through the lens of Herbal medicine practice
- Galenic Preparations – how to make a variety of aromatic medicine preparations from oral capsules to rectal suppositories.
- Formulation Framework for French Aromatherapy
- Consultation Framework
- Methods of Oral Use
- Capsule Formulation
- Suppository & Pessary Formulation
- Cough Syrup and Cough Drop Formulation
- Diffusion, Inhalation, and Dermal Application
- Dosage and/or Dilution Framework for Each Method of Application
You will be guided throughout your process with hands on learning activities using recipes and ideas provided throughout the online program. You will be empowered with the knowledge of formulation guidelines to make your own aromatic medicine formulations, safely and effectively.
Our Online French Aromatherapy certification program has been designed as a self-paced program.
Once you register for the course you will have lifetime access to all training material and video content, including all updates that are made to the program!
Our Online French Aromatherapy course comes with:
- 8 Core Modules devoted to essential oils, phytochemistry, aromatic medicine and aromatic medicine making.
- Clear instructions on how to make cough syrup, pastilles, capsules, and other aromatic medicine preparations.
- 12+ video tutorials to support your aromatic medicine making and understanding of health and wellness.
- Monographs on 30 essential oils
- Experiential medicine making exercises
- Lifetime Access to Course Material, Audio and Video Content
- Certificate in French Aromatherapy: 75 hours+ Certification: Upon successful completion of the program you will be awarded a Certificate in Aromatic Medicine: 75 education hrs. + 48 (4 hrs x 12 clients or paper) = 123 hours
PLEASE NOTE: Course does not come with supplies. Here is a complete list of supplies you will need for the program. Supplier resources are available inside the course.
Meet Your French Aromatherapy: Foundations of Aromatic Medicine Instructor
Jade Shutes holds a Diploma in Holistic Aromatherapy, Holistic Massage, Anatomy and Physiology, and Reflexology from the Raworth College of Natural Medicine in Dorking, UK, and a Diploma in Aromatherapy from the International Therapist Examining board (ITEC). Today she is the co-visionary and co-director of education for the New York Institute of Aromatic Studies.
Wow, this class was incredibly in depth and has given me the knowledge and confidence to use essential oils medicinally including internal use. I have learned that we needn't fear the "controversial" use of essential oils; we need instead to arm ourselves with knowledge. With the caliber of teaching I have seen in the French Aromatherapy course, I know the other courses will be worth every penny! Thank you for providing outstanding aromatherapy education.