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The NAHA Aromatherapy Journal
Themes of the NAHA Aromatherapy Journal
For the year 2024, we are featuring the following themes:
Spring: Mint and Sage, synopsis: Studying some lesser-known mint and sage herbs in the mint family
Summer: Summer Berries, synopsis: The juicy, fruity goodness of berry oils in all formats
Autumn: Spicy Seeds, synopsis: Seasonal spice with seeds
Winter: Boreal Forests, synopsis: Honoring the sacred and long-lived trees of the boreal forests
These themes fit within the broader theme of seasons (Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter), the seasons of life (infancy, childhood, adolescents, adulthood, aging, the elderly, end of life) and seasons of an illness (early stages, middle stages, end stages).
Articles about common conditions that arise during a given season, preventative health before a season arrives, and other pertinent information are also included in this concept. Articles about other topics (not related to the seasons) will be woven into each journal as well.
NAHA article and topics may include but are not limited to:
If you have not followed the above guidelines your article/case study will be returned to you and you will be asked to make the necessary edits/corrections.
Submitting Your Article/Case Study
Please submit your article and images to NAHA's Journal Chief Editor:
Sharon Falsetto Chapman at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please follow the above guidelines and make sure to include your bio information in your submission for consideration. Note that it takes time to review articles/case studies and, depending upon when your article/case study was submitted, it can be up to 8 weeks (or more in a conference year) before we get back to you. We also plan issues in advance, so your article/case study may be held over until a suitable space is made available in a future issue. Please be patient during this time and know that we will review and get back to you just as soon as it is possible for our editing team to do so.
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