Quick Reference Guide for Using Essential Oils 11th Edition November 2008

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SMALL VERSION POCKET GUIDE. Designed as a pocket guide for convenience, the Quick Reference Guide for Using Essential Oils contains the last section, “Personal Guide”, of the large Reference Guide for Essential Oils plus the Vita Flex Feet Chart and other summary information. It is the perfect pocket guide to using pure, therapeutic quality essential oils and other commercially available products that contain pure essential oils. With information on over 650 health … More >>

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Quick Reference Guide for Using Essential Oils 11th Edition November 2008

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5 Responses to Quick Reference Guide for Using Essential Oils 11th Edition November 2008

  1. Mary April 6, 2010 at 3:36 pm #

    This a a great pocket guide of a larger book – Reference Guide for Essential Oils. It can fit in a purse, book bag, and brief case and contains all 600 items of usage for physical and emotional health issues with 275 pages.

    The essential oil blends are Young Living, however the single oils can be applied to 100% theraputic grade essential oils. (Why would you want to use anything else?) Also, the book does explain blending.

    As a spiral bound book, it can be opened to a page and layed flat for easy usage, and has all the same charts: VITAFLEX HAND & FEET, AURICULAR EMOTIONAL THERAPY AND RAINDROP THERAPY.


    5 1/2″ X 6″ X 5/8″
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Trend April 6, 2010 at 6:11 pm #

    I’m a Massage Therapist and really know nothing about essential oils and Aromatherapy. Other reviewers know more about how good the content of the book is and effectiveness of suggested combinations of oils. but there is certainly an abundance of information in this little binder. It is little. It just bigger than a paperback, but it has a nice sturdy cover and a spiral binder. This allow you to flip the book open and have it stay on the page.

    Soon, I’m heading back to school for another year, so I can learn about this Aromatherapy. This is course required reading for me. My school would not have chosen this book if it weren’t a good material resource.

    What I really like; the pages are alphabetized. It appears there are essential oil combinations to positively affect everything…from A to Z. This includes physical as well as emotional issues. It’s all in there. In the bibliography, they have listed all kinds for resources for additional information, books, videos, and products. Included is a body systems chart that shows what oils positively affect individual organ systems. The have even included a Vita Flex Feet Chart for Reflexology. It’s very clear. This is something I can use right now in treatment.

    There’s a number of seller’s offering this book. The seller I chose was Energy Essentials. Amazon fulfilled and delivered in warp speed. My book is new.

    I’m really looking forward to learning about Alternative Therapies and Chinese Medicine and seeing the results I can get. With this book, keep your glasses and a bright light nearby. I’ve seen a lot. My eyes are old…for sure, but this is the smallest print I have seen in a book, ever. I hope I don’t get a headache while reading, otherwise I’ll be like the mad scientist trying to mix combinations up. The print is really small.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Ima Crow April 6, 2010 at 6:27 pm #

    This is a terrific, portable, pocket sized reference for essential oils. I use it constantly. I have recommended it to all my friends.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Ellen M. Santistevan April 6, 2010 at 9:03 pm #

    A good book to have at the office or for traveling, when you need a quick reference for the use of the YL oils. I still want to buy the full-sized version, but as a new LMT starting my practice, this one will do for now. It has enough information about enough different conditions to make it extremely worth having.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. Kristen L. Hedene April 6, 2010 at 11:33 pm #

    Great info. Nice to have old & new uses from folklore to modern aromatherapy. Glad I found a copy!
    Rating: 4 / 5

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