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By Geoff Lyth and Sue Charles

A quick and easy guide for beginners and therapists alike to ensure a safe and effective way of choosing the correct essential oils, and providing several methods of use for 51 physical and 30 emotional conditions.

To use the Lexicon, you simply turn the dial to point to the physical condition you wish to treat. Then, a wide selection of appropriate essential oils is indicated, together with several appropriate methods of use for each one of them. Emotional conditions are indexed on the inner dials. Read More

From £23.99

By Patricia Davies

A 335-page book on aromatherapy, covering over 200 conditions and 74 essential oils listed from A-Z. Other subjects included in the book are the major properties of the most popular essential oils, formulae for physical and emotional conditions, and valuable references of contact addresses for those interested in finding out more.

Understanding the wonderful benefits that essential oils can have is imperative if you are to gain the best results with aromatherapy. Inhaling the aromas from essential oils can stimulate specific areas of our limbic system, a part of our brain that plays a significant role in emotions, behaviours, sense of smell, and much more. And different essential oils have different benefits on our mind, body, and soul. Read More

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By Frances R Clifford

This book is a must for any health-conscious couple contemplating starting a family and wishing to enhance their lifestyle with essential oils and other naturally energetic products.

The book covers the aromatic pathway from the pre-conceptual stage, right through to delivery and neonatal care. While pregnant , essential oils can be used safely in a variety of ways including massaging diluted essential oils directly on the skin or breathing them in during a warm bath for a complete relaxation experience for both the mother and the baby.

The book’s paperback format of 96 pages has many illustrations and charts, and whilst being inexpensive, this little book represents excellent value for money. Read More

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By Allison England

This comprehensive and easy to follow aromatherapy guide gives information on all aspects of essential oils used during pregnancy, their uses, and formulas for before, during and after the pregnancy for mother and baby to help you enjoy a happier, healthier and more relaxed pregnancy and motherhood experience.

Fragrant, gentle essential oils are ideally suited to the unique needs of women during pregnancy, birth, and early motherhood. This excellent book provides expert advice on using essential oils in massage, baths, compresses, lotions, and inhalations. It is also explained how to successfully treat common disorders such as morning sickness, water retention, cellulite, stretch marks, and more. Read More

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By Ann Percival

A self-help guide with a focus on women's health. Subjects covered include common problems with the female reproductive system and the prevention and cure of related health problems, infertility, pregnancy and skin care tips. This concise book also contains easy to follow recipes and simple massage techniques for a wide range of conditions, plus a useful guide to essential oils for physical conditions.

This great little book offers incredible value for money for anyone interested in learning more about this gentle healing art. Read More

From £8.99

By Dr Maria Lis-Balchin

If you would like to learn more about the chemistry and bioactivity of essential oils, then this easy-to-read book could be just the thing for you! Other topics covered include the different extraction methods, chemotypes, adulteration and the sense of smell of essential oils.

It is a fascinating and unique book and a must for all those with a genuine interest in science and aromatherapy and how they work together to create one of the most effective and safest modes of natural medicine. The book contains a comprehensive list of oils in a reference format, including scientific analysis, broken down into specific chapters that examine aromatherapy’s history and methodology. Read More

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By Christine Westwood

A best-selling beginners guide to the art of aromatherapy. This comprehensive book explains in simple terms what aromatherapy is, how to use and store essential oils, and their various methods of application.

It also provides an easy to use reference section of essential oils and their applications for many conditions commonly encountered. This information is all you need to know to enjoy optimum health and to experience the many psychological benefits available from the use of pure essential oils straight from the comfort of your home. Read More

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By Marion Del Gaudio Mak

Understanding the various safety issues when babies and infants are involved is crucial for a soon to be mother, especially when any sort of medicine or alternative therapy is used. Aromatherapy can be safely used in the home for family health and well-being.

Good and safe advice, and the benefits of using aromatherapy for the baby and the mother are covered in detail, along with valuable formulas for a wide range of health conditions. This 54-page soft-back book contains 16 chapters, covering an introduction to baby massage, infant care worldwide, simple massage techniques and routines, synergistic blending, and more. Read More

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By Salvatore Battaglia

This is the third and latest edition of The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy by Salvatore Battaglia, and it has been significantly updated and revised making it the ideal reference/study book for students and aromatherapists.

Entitled, "Volume 1, Foundations & Materia Medica", this massive publication now contains 637 pages, which is 37 pages more than the Second Edition and includes over 120 essential oil monographs. These monographs have undergone a considerable transformation with new sub-sections on adulteration, pharmacopoeias and standards, and a very detailed section summarising the pharmacological and clinical studies. Read More

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By Julia Lawless

This is one of the bestselling aromatherapy books of all time and contains a wide range of vital information to practice aromatherapy, and is an absolute must for both experienced aromatherapists and beginners alike. This essential handbook is used by aromatherapists worldwide and is one of the most successful titles in this area. It is a classic guide to essential oils and will remain a vital source of information for generations to come.

An A-Z presentation that covers over 165 essential oils. Including valuable information on the botanical family, synonyms, methods of extraction, principal constituents of essential oils, safety data and common uses in aromatherapy. A detailed therapeutic index is also included at the back of the book. Read More

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By Carol and David Schiller

This "recipe" book provides detailed formulas for making hundreds of blends from basic essential oils. The formulas charted in this book cover a variety of applications, including:-

Beauty - skin moisturizers, shampoos, bath gels, hair care, tooth powders, mouthwash and shaving creams.

Health Care - vapourizers for colds, snoring and other breathing disorders, plus treatment of stress, motion sickness, pre-menstrual syndrome and baby skin rashes.

Pleasure - air freshners, massage oils, perfumes and scented candles.

In paperback format it has a total of 128 pages. Read More

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By Valerie Ann Worwood

This book paves a unique new way for aromatherapy concentrating on the Emotional, Psychological and Mood-Changing effects of natures essential oils.

The book is split into three sections. Section one explains how essential oils work on the brain. Section two shows how essential oils can enhance emotional well-being and promote positive feelings, and also includes an A-Z list giving advice on a variety of emotional problems. Section three looks at personality enhancement and how essential oils can be matched to human personality types. Read More

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By Valerie Ann Worwood

An everyday life guide to aromatherapy that looks at how you can prevent illness by using essential oils for both your families and your pets.

This 546-page book covers numerous subjects, from first aid to cooking with essential oils. Also included are formulae for a wide range of emotional and physical conditions. The book opens the way to a whole world of fresh possibilities. It is an innovative approach to nature through one of its most powerful forms - fragrant essential oils drawn from flowers, grasses, trees, roots, leaves and fruit that remain the great untapped resources of our planet. Read More

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By Jennie Supper

This excellent book covers many common pregnancy conditions such as insomnia, oedema, varicose veins and cracked nipples, along with recommended aromatherapy recipes. Labour pain, exhaustion, breast engorgement and infected perineum, and postnatal depression, are among the long list of typical ailments Jennie finds aromatherapy highly suitable. Read More