What are Tri-Essence PowerBlends?

The Tri-Essence PowerBlends line consists of fourteen ingestible and four topical formulas. These unique products combine three of the most powerfully healing plant remedies from Nature:

•             Herbal extracts

•             Pure essential oils

•             Flower essences

 

Tri-Essence PowerBlends are 100% pure, unadul­terated plant synergies that are vibrantly alive with Nature's healing intelligence. Each of the components in every Tri-Essence PowerBlend formula has its own way of interacting with the body, mind, emotions and spirit, offering a balanced wholeness only Nature can provide.

 

Power Blends:

Dr. Lilli Botchls is a researcher, teacher and health consultant speciaJizing in the therapeutic use of herbs and flower essences. She has a Ph.D. in Health and Human Services and a Master's Degree in Herbology, in which she focused on the use of traditional \Vcstem and Native American plants and the clinical application of herbs.

Dr. Botchis is one of the pioneers in the blending of herbal extracts, essential oils and flower essences. for the past 30 years, she has successfully treated her clients with the herbal and flower essence synergies that form the cornerstone of each Tri­Essence PowerBlend formula

 

Dr. Christoph Streicher has a Master's Degree in Biochemistry from the University of Wurzburg. Germany, and a Ph.D. in Physiology from Maharishi lnternational University. Dr. Streicher's mentor in aromatherapy is Jacques Paltz of France, a world­renowned authority in the internal use of essential oils for health and healing. Dr. Streicher also studied with well-known Indian Ayurvedic physicians, learning the time-tested therapeutic use of essential oils for increasing vitality and balance. 

Dr. Streicher founded Amrita Aromatherapy in 1989. He personally researches and sources Amrita 's essential oils from all around the globe and then conducts gas­chromatographic analyses of all the oils to ascertain their purity.

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