- By Jeanne Rose, 1999 (softcover, 251 pages)
A captivating read compounding years of extensive research and knowledge on essential oils and their proper usage. This book is a handy and easily understood desk reference beneficial to the novice and experienced user of oils and flower waters.
- By Kurt Schnaubelt, 1998 (softcover, 138 pages)
This captivating book takes a closer look between our relationship with essential oils and their ability to heal and transform. A thorough examination into the therapeutic use and administration of essential oils.
- By Kathi Keville and Mindy Green, 2009 (softcover, 246 pages)
Well known teachers and practitioners draw on their combined 40 years of experience in herbal healing and aromatherapy to offer us a well rounded guide to aromatherapy from an herbalist's perspective.
- By Demetria Clark, 2015 (softcover, 183 pages)
This comprehensive sourcebook explains how essential oils and herbal remedies can provide natural, alternative solutions to the myriad health care needs that arise during pregnancy, birth, and postpartum. Experienced aromatherapist and midwife Demetria Clark guides you through exploring the safe, gentle, and effective treatments for conditions specific to this transformative time in a woman’s life.
- By Valerie Ann Worwood, 1991 (softcover, 423 pages)
This complete volume explains how to incorporate these essential oils of the earth into everyday life for personal care, physical and mental health, and a safe home environment. It gives more than 500 recipes using essential oils as alternatives to often toxic human-made health, beauty, and cleaning products.
- By Kurt Schnaubelt, 1999 (softcover, 296 pages)
This is, without a doubt, the number one resource for those interested in incorporating essential oils into their holistic lifestyle. This book covers it all! If you are interested in learning about the esoteric elements of essential oils that are so rarely covered in other books then this is something you must have.
- By Julia Lawless, 2013 (softcover, 226 pages)
The definitive A-Z reference guide to essential aromatherapy oils. Aromatherapy expert Julia Lawless shares her extensive knowledge in this detailed and systematic survey of more than 190 essential oils. From commonly used oils such as lavender and tea tree to the more obscure oils including deertounge, oakmoss, cananga, and angelica, The Encyclopedia of Essential Oils offers a wide variety of uses.
- By Kurt Schnaubelt, 2011 (softcover, 233 pages)
With vivid imagery from around the world; this book explores science's understanding of essential oils and their advantages. Renowned aromatherapist Kurt Schnaubelt reveals how the effectiveness of essential oil treatments stems from our common heritage with plants, thus making essential oils a more effective and sustainable form of treatment for a variety of health problems.