Do Essential Oils Really Work? If so, HOW?
If you’ve ever wondered just how these vibrant aromas can actually have a measurable effect on the body, this webinar outlines exactly what you’re wanting to know. Join Dr Hawkins as she takes you beyond the simple anatomy of olfaction and to the psychological and developmental effects of essential oil inhalation.
At the conclusion of this 45-60 minute webinar, you’ll understand what determines whether or not an essential oil has an effect on the body, how these effects differ based on application method, and how science is able to evaluate both personal, scent memory based effects and generalizable chemical based effects.
YOU WILL LEARN
- The Science of Scent Memory
- The Role of the Placebo
- How Chemistry Influences Application
- Essential Oil Clinical Research
- Psychology, Trauma, and Aroma
ACCESS & REPLAYS
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The webinar is offered LIVE with Dr. Jessie Hawkins and requires high speed internet access on a smart phone, tablet, or computer. During the event, you will be able to submit questions to Dr Hawkins through a chat feature. If time allows, the event will be followed by a Q&A where Dr Hawkins will address your questions.
Replay access is only available to individuals who registered for the event. Because this is a LIVE event, it may take up to 1-3 hours for the event to conclude and the recording to be processed. The replay link will be automatically sent to all registrants and will offer replay access for one full week.
The Franklin School of Integrative Health Sciences is proud to be fully authorized to grant college certificates and degrees by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. This commission oversees college education and ensures that diplomas and certificates issued by the FSIHS are recognized as legitimate college credentials nationwide.
The Franklin School of Integrative Health Sciences is also an approved school by the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy and is the only NAHA approved school with a PhD researcher directing the program. FSIHS is also a recognized CEU provider for Board Certified Health and Wellness Coaches (NBC-HWCs) CE #100102.