Aromatherapy Books

Essential Oil and Aromatherapy book

Essential Oil and Aromatherapy book Essential Oils and Aromatherapy: How to Use Essential Oils for Beauty, Health, and Spirituality is written in a personable and easy to understand style and covers all of the important aspects of aromatherapy and essential oils. Reads like a conversation instead of a text book. Authored by a professional aromatherapist, it includes the history of aromatherapy, how to use the oils, the chemistry of essential oils, how to create a balanced blend, how essential oils are made, the carrier oils used in blends, scent notes, a few questionable aspects of the industry, recipes to get […]

Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils by Julia Lawless

I am so glad I purchased this book by Julia Lawless so many years ago because now it is so hard to find.  I actually have the first edition of The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential oils as well as her THE COMPLETE ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO AROMATHERAPY which, sadly, cannot be found anymore. THE ILLUSTRATED ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ESSENTIALS OILS has easy to find information.  So many essential oil and aromatherapy books are obsessed with recipes for what you can make with essential oils.  Lawless provides straight-forward information on the properties of essential oils, their origins, uses, botanical names and more. Product […]

Magical Aromatherapy by Scott Cunningham

Product Description Magical Aromatherapy by Scott Cunningham combines the modern science of aromatherapy with the ancient science of magical perfumery. Together they make a powerful system that can improve your life and bring you what you want. Already, over 170,000 people have found out how useful this book can be. You can, too! In these pages you’ll discover how to use aromas from fresh and dried herbs and essential oils to make changes in your life. You can use them to bring you love, peace, protection, psychic awareness, happiness, joy, and more. You’ll discover that the dried seeds of celery […]

The Complete Book of Essential Oils & Aromatherapy by Valerie Ann Worwood

  Editorial Reviews From Library Journal There are plenty of good books on herbs, and some of them devote a chapter to essential oils, but there’s nothing comparable to Worwood’s work. Her premise is different from other herbalists–she believes that the most effective way to use herbs medicinally is by external application or inhalation. Both methods allow the essential oil to enter the bloodstream without passing through the digestive tract. Her grasp of basic physiology is somewhat confused, but there’s nothing dangerous in her suggestions. (Worwood runs an aromatherapy clinic in England and conducts research on aromatherapy.) Her book prescribes […]

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