Clinical Aromatherapy & Aromatic Medicine 2017-07-13T19:00:55+00:00

Clinical Aromatherapy & Aromatic Medicine are advanced branches of Aromatherapy – the controlled use of aromatic botanicals to promote spiritual, psychological, and physical wellbeing. These botanicals include essential oils, hydrosols, CO2 extracts, absolutes, resinoids, and rectified essential oils. In formulations they may be combined with botanical extracts, nut & seed butters & oils, and pharmaceutical-grade solubilizers and dissolvers for safe and effective dosing. The pharmacology of each component, from active ingredient to excipient, is carefully considered for the best outcome for the individual client.

A wellness plan incorporating Clinical Aromatherapy and/or Aromatic Medicine may include dermal, internal, or inhaled formulations. Examples include:

  • Aqueous nebulizer solutions for direct inhalation targeting the upper or lower respiratory tract.
  • Rectal suppositories targeting the lower gastrointestinal tract or the lower respiratory tract.
  • Vaginal pessaries targeting the perineum, vagina, cervix, and lower urinary tract.
  • Personal aromasticks targeting the olfactory, limbic, and upper respiratory tract.
  • Digestive bitters, aperitifs, digestifs, gelatin capsules targeting the esophagus, stomach, and liver.
  • Enteric-coated capsules targeting the small intestines and colon.
  • Aqueous, and oil cosmetic preparations targeting the integumentary and musculoskeletal systems.
  • Environmental fragrancing for viral, fungal, and bacterial control.

Aromatic Medicine & Clinical Aromatherapy are used to support the client during acute and chronic disease patterns. Amy Kreydin employs galenic pharmaceutical methodologies in an Eastern medicine framework drawing from Ayurveda, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Ancient Greek Medicine. This integrated approach treats the individual, not the disease.

She sees clients by appointment Monday through Friday at her practice in Northwest Austin. Amy teaches a 200-hour Aromatherapy Certificate program as well as community education classes through the year.

Amy Kreydin received her certificate in Clinical Aromatherapy from the prestigious R.J. Buckle Associates in Boston, Massachusetts in 2011. She went on to train in Aromatic Medicine completing the Aromatic Medicine: Integrated Advanced Essential Oil Therapeutics for Common Clinical Conditions in Atlanta, Georgia in 2015 and 2016.

Amy utilizes her training and thirteen years of experience as a wellness practitioner to support her clients’ innate healing abilities. Her focus is on supporting the individual through constitutional observation, and evidence-based methodologies.

Aromatic wellness plans are designed to be safe, effective, and appropriate for the individual client. No two wellness plans are created alike.