Aromatherapy, Blends and Remedies (Thorsons Aromatherapy Series)

If you are new to essential oils then this book could be exactly what you are looking for. Aromatherapy, Blends and Remedies is the perfect book to own if you are interested in knowing more about the subject.

The book includes a list of 60 essential oils and over 800 recipes, perfect for a beginner. There are recipes for a lot of different complaints and it also has special recipes for pregnancy, for men, for massages and general body care amongst others. Many of the recipes include an alternative oil that you can use if you don’t have the one you need.

Written by Franzesca Watson who has over 25 years’ experience as an aroma therapist. She breaks down each oil, telling what uses it has and how it affects certain areas of the body. She also lists the botanical name of each plant and also the method by which the oil is extracted plus the colour, odour and any precautions you would need to take, if any, when using it.

It was an invaluable resource in my soap and skincare making business. I would highly recommend it.

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3 comments on “Aromatherapy, Blends and Remedies (Thorsons Aromatherapy Series)
  1. elissalynch says:

    I like your review style, T & L. Very authentic :). Would love to feature your reviews in our weekly curated email digest that goes out to thousands of people.


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