Aromatherapy an A-Z
Author: Patricia Davis
Publisher: C.W. Daniel
Copyright: 2004, Revised Edition
This review pertains to the original version of this book. A revised, edition is now available.
Aromatherapy an A-Z is a practical encyclopedia for aromatherapy. Combined within its 400+ alphabetical listings are descriptions of essential oils, therapeutic properties, constituents, medical conditions and other terms that are used in aromatherapy. Although many books categorize essential oils, therapeutic properties, etc. by topic, the combined format of this book proves quite helpful in locating information quickly. This work acts more like an encyclopedia than a textbook. It is important to select this book for the purpose it serves: a solid reference that you do not read from front to back as you would a textbook.
Contents for Aromatherapy an A-Z
- Alphabetical Entries
- Appendix A Hazardous Oils
- Appendix B Major Properties of Essential Oils
- Appendix C Forumulae and Recipes
- Appendix D Useful Addresses
- Appendix E Recommended Further Reading
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