Aromatherapy and Essential Oil Books
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
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.
Author: Sharon Falsetto
Authentic Aromatherapy is a lovely, non-intimidating and easy-to-read introductory essential oil handbook. It is written by aromatherapy educator and expert Sharon Falsetto, Chief Editor of the Aromatherapy Journal, the quarterly publication of the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy.
Complete Aromatherapy & Essential Oils Handbook for Everyday Wellness, The
Author: Nerys Purchon and Lora Cantele
This is a must-have book for the aromatherapy libraries of beginners and intermediates who are eager to gain a solid understanding of specific essential oils, hydrosols and carrier oils and learn how to safely incorporate them within therapeutic and daily living applications. It is a good choice as a first book for those who are seriously interested in learning about aromatherapy.
Complete Book Of Essential Oils & Aromatherapy, The
Also known as "The Fragrant Pharmacy" in the UK.
Author: Valerie Ann Worwood
This 25th anniversary edition of this remarkable aromatherapy guide has been significantly updated to include expanded content, safety information, 125 essential oil profiles and 800 recipes.
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.
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.
Encyclopedia Of Essential Oils (Updated Edition), The
Author: Julia Lawless
The updated edition of The Encyclopedia Of Essential Oils by Julia Lawless is an outstanding reference that covers 182 essential oils. It is suitable for beginners and as a reference for more advanced aromatherapy students, practitioners and professionals.
Essential Oils in Colour
Author: Rosemary Caddy
At the core of Essential Oils in Colour is the ninety essential oil profiles. Each profile includes a visual and colorful pie chart that accompanies a list of the functional groups present for the oil. For each functional group, she lists the percentage present in the oil.
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.
Perfume and Flavor Materials of Natural Origin
Author: Steffen Arctander
Perfume and Flavor Materials of Natural Origin is an excellent book to utilize for learning more about the scent profiles and background details of various essential oils, absolutes and other aromatic materials that are derived from plant and animal materials.
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