The Aromatherapy Handbook: The Secret Healing Power Of Essential Oils

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Random House, May 31, 2012 - Health & Fitness - 192 pages
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In Aromatherapy Handbook Daničle Ryman describes how to blend oils for a glowing skin, adding lustre to hair and preventing aging. Simple to use and packed with hints and tips, her book provides a complete guide to the healing properties of aromatherapy and its use in curing skin disorders, poor circulation, cellulite, sinusitis and bronchial troubles.
 

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Contents

PHEROMONES
THE SENSE OF SMELL AND THE PSYCHE
THE SENSE OF SMELL NOWADAYS
THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS
AROMATICS TODAY
EXTRACTING THE ESSENTIAL OILS
FROM FLOWER TO ESSENTIAL OIL
THE COMPOSITION OF ESSENTIAL OILS
THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE
MENSTRUAL AND OTHER PROBLEMS
PREGNANCY AND CHILDBIRTH
MENOPAUSE
AROMATIC COOKING IN HISTORY
GUIDELINES FOR HEALTHY EATING
KITCHEN UTENSILS
AROMATIC RECIPES

THE PROPERTIES OF ESSENTIAL OILS
THE ODOUR OF ILLNESS
HOW TO USE ESSENTIAL OILS
TREATING ILLNESSES
THE FACE
SKIN PROBLEMS
AGEING
THE HAIR
AROMATIC WINES AND LIQUEURS
PERFUMES IN HISTORY
PERFUMES TODAY
PERFUMES AND THE PSYCHE
THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS
THE PERFUMED GARDEN
Test Your Sense of Smell
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About the author (2012)

Daničle Ryman was born in Cahors, France, and at the age of twenty discovered her vocation when she met the pioneer of aromatherapy, Marguerite Maury. After years of training, she came to Britain to run the Maguerite Maury Clinic in London. She has been practicing for twenty-one years and specialises in skin problems. A regular participant in Cosmopolitan's Health Workshops, Daničle has also contributed to several alternative health books and broadcasts frequently on television.

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