Questions about who can practice aromatherapy and what the laws probably the most frequently asked question.

“In many states, a practitioner can be criminally charged with practicing medicine without a license for offering alternative therapies such as herbal medicine, homeopathy, and aromatherapy. This is also the root issue that spawned the “Health Freedom” movement, which supports patients’ rights to access alternative treatments and health practitioners of their choosing.” — Dorene Petersen

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Dorene Petersen, President
American College of Healthcare Sciences

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