Mindy Green
Company (Other): 
Green Scentsations
Aromatherapist, Master Herbalist
Aroma Therapy, Botanical Therapies


Mindy Green is founder and owner of Green Scentsations, an independent consulting company specializing in botanical therapies, aromatherapy education and product development. Mindy is a nationally certified Registered Aromatherapist, and a founding member of the American Herbalists Guild. She has served on the education committees of the Aromatherapy Registration Council and the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapists, and is a member of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists. Additionally, Mindy is on the board of directors for United Plant Savers, and on the Cosmeceuticals Scientific Advisory Board for the Supply Side West Trade Show and Conference.

Ms. Green holds a bachelor’s degree in Holistic Health Sciences and a master’s in Health and Human Services from Columbia Pacific University. She has extensive training in the advanced uses of essential oils from Purdue University and comprehensive training in botanicals and spa therapies from other institutes of higher education.

In her 35 years experience in the natural products and health care industries, Ms. Green has also served as Program Specialist for the Integrative Resource Center at the University of Colorado Hospital, Anschutes Cancer Center, where she developed and implemented specialized educational programs and resources on complementary therapies for patients and staff.

A prolific writer and lecturer, Ms. Green has authored over 40 magazine articles and professional papers on botanicals. She is co-author of Aromatherapy, A Complete Guide to the Healing Art; and author of Calendula and Natural Perfumes, and has contributed to numerous other books on herbs. She has conducted many seminars and training programs for professionals and the lay public, and provided consulting services in many aspects of complementary health care. As an expert in botanical therapies, she has provided more than 400 interviews with leading magazines and newspapers on herbs and health.