Advanced Essential Oil and Aromatherapy Books
Author: Kurt Schnaubelt, phD
Dr. Kurt Schnaubelt is the founder of the Pacific Institute of Aromatherapy. Advanced Aromatherapy is a 138-page workbook-size textbook that provides a more advanced look into essential oils and aromatherapy. Essential oil chemistry, oil selection and application are the topical highlights of this information-rich text.
Aromatherapeutic Blending: Essential Oils in Synergy
Author: Jennifer Peace Rhind
Within the enlightening and thought-provoking pages of Aromatherapeutic Blending, Jennifer Peace Rhind introduces and teaches the reader how to formulate safe and effective synergistic therapeutic blends while also sharing differing approaches and viewpoints to developing synergistic blends.
Aromatherapy for Health Professionals
Authors: Shirley Price and Len Price
Aromatherapy for Health Professionals includes detailed essential oil information, case studies and research. It serves as a very comprehensive guide on many subjects. If you are an intermediate/advanced student of aromatherapy, an aromatherapist or aromatherapy vendor, you will most likely consider this one of your most appreciated aromatherapy books.
Aromatherapy Science: A Guide for Healthcare Professionals
Author: Maria Lis-Balchin, BSc, PhD
This is a practical resource for healthcare professionals aromatherapy educators, students and laypersons interested in seriously expanding their knowledge of holistic aromatherapy.
Aromatherapy vs MRSA
Author: Maggie Tisserand
Maggie Tisserand takes a very close look at MRSA and the ongoing risks and challenges in addressing these serious infections. She offers valuable research based information regarding essential oils that may play a noteworthy role in combating and protecting individuals from MRSA.
Aromatica Volume 1: A Clinical Guide to Essential Oil Therapeutics, Principles and Profiles
Author: Peter Holmes LAc, MH
Aromatica Volume 1 provides an insightful, eloquent and intriguing perspective regarding the background, energetics and the clinical applications of essential oils and essential oil therapy. At the heart of the book lies a 242-page Materia Aromatica section that includes detailed profiles for 30 essential oils.
Aromatica Volume 2: A Clinical Guide to Essential Oil Therapeutics, Applications and Profiles
Author: Peter Holmes LAc, MH
Aromatica Volume 2 provides an insightful look at essential oil uses and delivery methods, clinical use of essential oils and an intriguing perspective regarding the vitalistic and analytical approaches to the use of essential oils is presented. It also features an enormous 403-page Materia Aromatica section that includes detailed profiles for 42 essential oils
The Art, Science & Business of Aromatherapy
Author: Kayla Fioravanti
As a successful and respected aromatherapist, formulator, entrepreneur and author, Kayla Fioravanti's second edition of The Art, Science & Business of Aromatherapy provides invaluable insights into the many facets of learning about and working professionally with essential oils.
Cannabis: CBD Rich Hemp Oil, Hemp Essential Oil and Hemp Seed Oil
Author: Elizabeth Ashley
Elizabeth Ashley is the first qualified aromatherapy educator and author to tackle this subject and publish a book that focuses upon the oils derived from Cannabis. She helps to clarify the historical origins of Cannabis, clears up a lot of confusion and misconceptions and provides an important overview of each of the different oils, their components, benefits and applications.
Clinical Aromatherapy: Essential Oils in Practice
Author: Jane Buckle, RN, PhD
Updated with more studies, tables and references, the third edition of Clinical Aromatherapy is a hefty 412-page book that focuses on the use of essential oils in a healthcare setting. Dr. Buckle gives a good overview for each topic and as appropriate, she describes the traditional drugs and procedures that are commonly used for treatment and follows with essential oil/aromatherapy alternatives and applicable research and case studies.
CO2 Extracts in Aromatherapy
Author: Madeleine Kerkhof
At long last, we are fortunate to have a book available that focuses upon CO2 Extracts for use within holistic aromatherapy, with an emphasis upon clinical applications.
Complementary Nursing in End of Life Care
Author: Madeleine Kerkhof - Knapp Hayes
Complementary Nursing in End of Life Care is a crucial book for health care practitioners, aromatherapists, educators and all of those that provide palliative and end of life patient care. It addresses essential oil usage and safety for numerous applications while also addressing other complementary modalities including massage and aquacare.
Complete Guide to Aromatherapy Third Edition Volume 1 - Foundations & Materia Medica, The
Author: Salvatore Battaglia
Salvatore Battaglia is a highly respected Australian aromatherapist, educator and essential oil expert. The first edition of Salvatore Battaglia's Complete Guide to Aromatherapy was published in 1995, and the second edition was published in 2003. At long last, Salvatore Battaglia's The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy Third Edition Volume 1 - Foundations & Materia Medica is available.
Essential Oils for the Whole Body: The Dynamics of Topical Application and Absorption
Author: Heather Dawn Godfrey, PGCE, BSc
Enriched with numerous tables, charts and color photographs, Essential Oils for the Whole Body is a comprehensive essential oil guide that is well suited for those who are new to using essential oils and also serves as a helpful reference for practitioners and those with a more advanced background.
Essential Oils: A Handbook for Aromatherapy Practice
Author: Jennifer Peace Rhind
Essential Oils is recommended for students, aromatherapy professionals and those that have a growing interest in essential oils and the field of aromatherapy. The appendices alone are worth the retail price of the book, let alone the rich content contained within its chapters.
Essential Oil Safety: A Guide for Health Care Professionals
Authors: Robert Tisserand and Rodney Young
The second edition of Essential Oil Safety is invaluable to the serious aromatherapy student, aromatherapy practitioner, health care professional, and everyone seriously interested in understanding the safety precautions and contraindications for essential oils. For everyone past the stage of enjoying "recipe" style aromatherapy books and that seeks solid knowledge about the safe and effective use of essential oils, this book is an absolute must-have.
Handbook of Essential Oils: Science, Technology, and Applications, Second Edition
Editors: K. Husnu Can Baser; Gerhard Buchbauer
The Handbook of Essential Oils is a vast compilation of 26 chapters, written and presented by over 20 experts within their respective fields. This impressive, well-referenced, 1,128-page publication covers a great deal of ground surrounding the history, chemistry, production, applications, storage and marketing of essential oils.
Healing Intelligence of Essential Oils: The Science of Advanced Aromatherapy
Author: Kurt Schnaubelt, Ph.D.
The Healing Intelligence of Essential Oils is beautifully presented. The eye-catching layout includes numerous color photographs and educational sidebars. Although the subtitle of this book is The Science of Advanced Aromatherapy, this book is quite different from Kurt Schnaubelt's older book Advanced Aromatherapy: The Science of Essential Therapy.
JennScents® Holisitic Aromatherapy Comprehensive Guide
Author: Jennifer Pressimone
JennScents® Holisitic Aromatherapy Comprehensive Guide is a thorough book and resource that is well suited for beginning to advanced aromatherapy students. Easy to read and well organized, it is a dependable and extensive guide.
Listening to Scent
Author: Jennifer Peace Rhind
Listening to Scent is such an appropriate title for this fascinating and important book. Within its pages, Jennifer Peace Rhind teaches us how to train our noses and our olfactory palate to listen to and appreciate the subtle nuances of essential oils, absolutes and other natural aromatics. While many natural perfumery and essential oil blending guides exist, this book delves deeper into olfactory training and than most aromatherapy-related blending publications and guides.
Author: Kurt Schnaubelt
Medical Aromatherapy discusses aromatherapy as a viable alternative medicine modality and discusses the medicinal uses of essential oils.
Women's Health Aromatherapy
Author: Pam Conrad
Women's Health Aromatherapy is a must-have guide and educational resource written especially for nurses and practitioners that desire to effectively and safely utilize aromatherapy to support women's health. Well organized and clearly written, it is also helpful and suitable for reading by non-professionals.
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