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Aromatherapy for Vibrant Health & Beauty/a Practical A to Z Reference of Aromatherapy Treatments for Health, Skin, and Hair Problems Using Essential

Aromatherapy for Vibrant Health & Beauty/a Practical A to Z Reference of Aromatherapy Treatments for Health, Skin, and Hair Problems Using Essential

Smell is our most ancient and basic sense. So it’s not surprising that aromas can influence us profoundly. This easy-to-use reference is designed specifically for women. It contains a guide to essential oils and an A-Z guide for using aromatherapy to treat specific symptoms. It’s all complemented by tips on basic nutrition and health maintenance.

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Aromatherapy for Vibrant Health & Beauty/a Practical A to Z Reference of Aromatherapy Treatments for Health, Skin, and Hair Problems Using Essential

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    Review by for Aromatherapy for Vibrant Health & Beauty/a Practical A to Z Reference of Aromatherapy Treatments for Health, Skin, and Hair Problems Using Essential
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    Roberta Wilson has created a very useful, friendly, fun book. I have several books on aromatherapy and essential oils, and this is the one I refer to the most often. Ms. Wilson has included a reference section, which provides the folklore & herbal heritage, medicinal uses, emotional effects, primary actions, and cautions of each oil. There are many recipies to try and follow, along with suggestions for creating my own formulas, as well as ways to use the blends, such as in a diffuser, straight from the mixture bottle, etc. A resource guide, recommended reading, and bibliography are in the back of the book. I have other books on aromatherapy, but this one is the cornerstone of my collection, and the one I use most often.

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      For the newcomer to Aromatherapy, if you only can buy one book, this one is an excellent choice. Wilson gives a good introduction to 36 basic oils, their history, primary actions, medicinal, beauty and emotional effects. An informative chapter on carrier oils, which really helps the newcomer decide which carrier would be more appropriate for a specific use. Each oil is followed by a “Caution” paragraph, explaining conditions where its use would be contraindicated.

      Where she really excels is in the third section: Common Conditions that can be treated with Aromatherapy. She gives lists of Essential Oils effective in treating each condition, and several suggested blends for different methods of application, ie, baths, poultices, massage blends, inhalations, etc.

      The book ends with a very clear explanation of the “how to” of different ways to administer the oil, a brief introduction to Anatomy, a Resource Guide giving suppliers of the oils themselves and other Aromatherapy accessories (she didn’t select most of my favorite suppliers, so I would deduct some points for that) and an extensive bibliography of other books, as well as Aromatherapy education and professional associations.

      The only criticism I can find is that it is necessary to review back to the listings of individual oils to double check the cautions while reading her suggested treatments. I would have liked to have seen an asterisk beside blends which might be inappropriate for some individuals.That’s a minor quibble on my part.

      The book is a wonderful introduction to Aromatherapy.