About Maggie Tisserand

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Maggie Tisserand has been involved with aromatherapy since the early 1970s. As a young mother studying all aspects of natural health, she utilized essential oils in bringing up her three children without recourse to antibiotics or other allopathic medicines: it was this practical knowledge that formed the basis of her first book Aromatherapy for Women. Maggie has written / co-authored four other books on aromatherapy and is currently involved with the publication of a sixth book, entitled Aromatherapy vs. MRSA - antimicrobial essential oils to combat the superbug.

Maggie was, in 1989, the first aromatherapy speaker in Japan, and has lectured in Kyoto, Osaka and Tokyo. For the past six years Maggie has been working alongside university microbiologists to determine which essential oils worked most effectively against the superbug - MRSA, and with encouraging results Maggie went on to research and develop a unique combination of thyme oils known as Benchmark Thyme and is founder of Benchmark Oils, the trading company for the blend. Maggie can be contacted via her websites  www.maggietisserand.com  www.benchmark-thyme.com

Articles by Maggie Tisserand

  1. Supervised Use of the FlexxiCore† Passive Exerciser in a Clinic Context

    Listed in exercise and fitness

    A class of passive exercisers that stimulate the nervous system, mobilise the back and release tension was invented in Japan about 20 years ago.

  2. Effective Antimicrobial Essential Oils for Protection against Dangerous Infection

    Listed in infections and inflammation

    MRSA is an acronym for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, and refers to strains of this bacterium that are resistant to the antibiotic methicillin, and to other classes of...

Book reviews by Maggie Tisserand

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