- By Jeanne Rose, 1999 (softcover, 251 pages)
In her comprehensive guide 375 Essential Oils and Hydrosols, author Jeanne Rose profiles 375 essential oils and hydrosols commonly used in aromatherapy according to their plant families, chemical components, actions, and uses. As a well-known herbalist and aromatherapist, Jeanne Rose adds historical lore from Chinese alchemy and horticulture and includes western botanical foundations in her writing.
- By Kurt Schnaubelt, 1998 (softcover, 138 pages)
Author Kurt Schnaubelt draws on broad-based research to demonstrate how essential oils interact with the different systems of the body and how they affect emotional and physical states. Students and professionals of aromatherapy alike will find that Advanced Aromatherapy turns the art of working with essential oils into useful tool for all.
- By Kathi Keville and Mindy Green, 2009 (softcover, 246 pages)
Aromatherapy: A Complete Guide is a valuable almanac of information on aromatherapy and essential oils. Authors Kathi Keville and Mindy Green draw on their extensive expertise with botanical applications to provide a one-stop resource for students and practitioners. This thoroughly revised and expanded edition includes sections on the history and theory of aromatherapy, as well as updated herbal listings and resources. From cosmetics and fragrances to balancing body, mind, and spirit, this book will help you harness the healing power of plants.
- By Demetria Clark, 2015 (softcover, 183 pages)
Aromatherapy and Herbal Remedies for Pregnancy carefully outlines how essential oils and herbal remedies can provide alternative solutions to the myriad of health care needs that arise during pregnancy, birth, and postpartum. Let experienced aromatherapist and author Demetria Clark guide you through exploring the safe and gentle formulas specific to this transformative time in a woman’s life.
- By Valerie Ann Worwood, 2016 (softcover, 682 pages)
The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy is the perfect resource for anyone interested in alternative approaches using essential oils. This new edition of author Valeria Ann Worwoods is a must have aromatherapy book that contains more than 800 easy-to-follow recipes.
- By Stephanie Tourles, 2018 (softcover, 239 pages)
Covering 25 common essential oils and 100 original easy-to-follow recipes, Essential Oils A Beginner’s Guide by Stephanie Tourles is an indispensable aid in taking the first steps into the world of these amazing, aromatic oils.
- By Kurt Schnaubelt, 1999 (softcover, 296 pages)
Author Kurt Schnaubelt traces aromatherapy's French origins which paralleled the development of pharmacology in Medical Aromatherapy. Grounding his inquiry in the chemistry of body odor and natural human aromas, he explores the molecular makeup of the major essential oils, their composition, biosynthesis, and effects in healing.
- By Kathi Keville, 2016 (softcover, 276 pages)
The Aromatherapy Garden by Kathi Keville explains how plants and flowers can be both therapeutic and fragrant. In adding aromatic botanicals to gardens large and small, the power of fragrance can be harnessed by anyone.
- By Julia Lawless, 2013 (softcover, 226 pages)
In this detailed compilation of nearly 200 essential oils, aromatherapy expert Julia Lawless shares her extensive knowledge of oils both common and uncommon and their many uses. The Encyclopedia of Essential Oils lets readers access information in a variety of ways with a therapeutic index, a botanical index, botanical classifications, and safety information.
- By Kurt Schnaubelt, 2011 (softcover, 233 pages)
Renowned aromatherapist Kent Schnaubelt reveals how the effectiveness of essential oil applications stems from our common biochemical and cellular heritage with plants in The Healing Intelligence of Essential Oils. Reviewing recent research in molecular, cellular, and evolutionary biology, Schnaubelt demonstrates how the multilayered activity of plant essences maintains the integrity of our genetic code.