Aromatherapy an A-Z : The Most Comprehensive Guide to Aromatherapy Ever Published, Paperback Book

Aromatherapy an A-Z : The Most Comprehensive Guide to Aromatherapy Ever Published Paperback

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This is the most comprehensive encyclopaedia of aromatherapy available today, with over 400 entries covering more than 200 conditions, and 82 essential oils.

It explains the properties of essential oils and the health conditions that benefit from them.

There is also advice on hazardous oils. There are recipes and formulae for baths, creams and tonics.

All the entries are comprehensive, fluently written and provide an easy-to-understand introduction to a wide range of topics. 'The simple fact that the a-z has sold over 300,000 copies worldwide since it was first published speaks for itself.

It has earned and kept its place amongst the handful of indispensable reference books on aromatherapy ... this book has been justly subtitled 'the aromatherapist's Bible' - Aromatherapy Quarterly'... one of the most thoroughly researched books written on aromatherapy' - The International Journal of Aromatherapy


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Ebury Publishing
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  • Category: Aromatherapy & essential oils
  • ISBN: 9780091906610

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Aromatherapy An A-ZbyPatricia Davis This fabulous encyclopedia is a wonderfully comprehensive compilation of over 200 conditions and 82 essential oils with illustrations, that may help these conditions. There is just so much here to absorb, and I do feel it is a great reference for those who take more of a holistic approach to bodily maintenance. This book felt so complete to me it not only had the complaint I was looking for that was easy to find and understand and especially well defined, but then also had the essential oils that would help me, the amount to use and even the manner to use them in. The International Journal of Aromatherapy called this book on of the most thoroughly researched books on the subject of aromatherapy, and I would whole heatedly agree with them. Patricia even included sections on what oils that could be dangerous for me to take and even had a section with information on where to obtain different types of oils, and step by step recipes to make skin lotions, bath oils and even mouthwash. I would recommend this wonderful desk reference for aromatherapy to anyone who has an interest in the holistic approach and it has definitely earned a respected place in my spiritual toolbox. Love & Light,Riki Frahmann