The Practice of Aromatherapy

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Ebury Publishing, 1982 - Health & Fitness - 279 pages
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This is an intensive study of nearly 50 plants and essences, investigating their history, properties, uses, and methods of application. Case histories are provided, as well as information on the gathering and conservation of plants and a glossary of medical terms

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About the author (1982)

A medical doctor and practitioner of aromatherapy for more than 30 years, Jean Valnet is regarded as one of the world's foremost authorities on essential oil therapy.

Robert B. Tisserand is often called the father of modern aromatherapy, as it was he who brought the practice into popularity with the publication of this book. He lectures around the world, and has been actively engaged in teaching and writing about aromatherapy for twenty years. He is also the author of "The Practice of Aromatherapy.

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