Top to Bottom: Blue Lotus (Nymphea cerulea) - Styrax - 16th century Ruínas de São Paulo, Macao
- Cassia - Rice, Sabah - Jasmine - Li River, Guangxi Province - Roses, Java
The Plant Language
Pacific Institute of Aromatherapy: New Offers
process aims to improve health quickly and
effectively, enabling the student to choose
oils most suited for her or his specific
requirements and constitution. Plant Language
encourages the student to explore how one’s
own organism reacts to different essential oils,
gradually learning their effects in ways never
possible by theoretical study alone.
Plant Language recognizes that essential oils
are product of living organisms and not of
the laboratory. Only if essential oils are truly
authentic, exclusively arising from the plant
organism, their therapeutic properties are an
expression of the struggles and live processes
of the plant organism. By understanding the
The Healing Intelligence of Essential Oils
presents the entire contents of the original three volume Plant
Language Course in the form of one inexpensive yet richly
illustrated paperback. The Healing Intelligence of Essential
Oils introduces a new, biology based, theoretical framework
to explore and apply the healing properties of essential oils.
Among other things it describes for the first time how essential
oils can be used appropriately to ameliorate Hepatitis B and
C as well as the side effects of conventional cancer treatments
such as chemo or radiation therapy.
The PIA seminars in the first half of 2012 are in celebration of
this release. (The Plant Language Course is now available
from PIA with Healing Intelligence of Essential Oils as textbook
and the original essential oil collections, toolbox and media).
is a very special presentation included in the upcoming
seminars. Applying the new theoretical basis of aromatherapy
to the study of Asian aromatics reveals many stunning, yet
under reported healing qualities.
biological qualities of complex mixtures,
Plant Language reveals a scientific basis
of healing, which moves far beyond the
limited logic of the pharmacology of single
Aromatic plants native to Asia have the
longest history of use as spice, medicine
or in ritual. Asian aromatics, often from
rhizomes, trees and resins, result in dense
extracts with deep metabolic benefits such
as sustained reduction of inflammation,
tumor prevention and liver regeneration.
The combination of real healing with
thousands of years medicinal and ritualistic
appreciation lend the study of these
substances unparalleled mystique.
Singapore March 3 & 4, 2012 *** Tokyo March 24 *** Seoul March 31 & April 1***
Seattle April 14 & 15 *** San Francisco April 21 &- 22