Aromatherapy and Massage for Mother and Baby

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Vermilion, 1999 - Aromatherapy - 160 pages
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Every mother-to-be approaches pregnancy differently; some are excited and positive in their outlook, while others feel apprehensive stressed and worried. One of the most popular forms of complementary treatment, aromatherapy is an ideal way to help you through the stresses, strains and discomforts of pregnancy, birth and into the first six months of motherhood.

Fully updated, Aromatherapy and Massage for Mother and Baby shows you how to choose and use the fragrant, gentle essential oils. It shows you how the recipes, made up simply and safely at home, can alleviate the discomforts of pregnancy, labour and the postnatal period, as well as problems with your baby such as nappy rash and teething. In addition, it provides clear instructions on how to treat yourself and your baby to soothing massage.

Comprehensive and easy-to-follow, with an A-Z reference guide to essential oils, Aromatherapy and Massage for Mother and Baby ensures a happier, healthier, more relaxed pregnancy and motherhood.

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User Review  - my1frisco -

As of yet have not totally finished reading book. Want to buy one for expectant daughter and hilite the important areas that might be useful to her now and when the baby arrives. Also want to hilite mine in the same places so I can help her out if needed. Read full review


User Review  - dilithium -

This is an excellent reference good format easy to follow easy to find what I need. Good concise information at your fingertips. Read full review

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About the author (1999)

Allison England is a qualified and practising aromatherapist who specilasies in pre- and postnatal care and women's health. She has worked with complementary theraies for the last 20 years, and writes exclusively on health and family matters. She has five children.

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