Medical Aromatherapy: Healing with Essential Oils

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Frog Books, 1999 - Family & Relationships - 296 pages
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This distinguished organic chemist shares his in depth knowledge of the particular current value of essential oils, for health on all levels. In an era when Western allopathic medicine has less and less appeal, this self-care method is a potent alternative, with roots going back to ancient times. Dr. Schaubelt has a gift for presenting facts and information in a way that is intriguing and easy to assimilate. In the flood of "coffee table" aromatherapy books currently available, this is a much needed and welcome source for those truly interested in taking responsiblity for their own health.

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Really quite good. Provided all the key information that I was looking for on the subject.

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Ugh!!! This is only a 250 page book, and the author spends the first 150 or so pages complaining about the current medical paradigm. I agree with him completely, but I got the book because it was ... Read full review


TWO Odor Is Identity
THREE Evolution and Pesto
FOUR The VitalistPhysicalist Debate
FIVE Unhealthy Consequences of
Six Science and Plant Intelligence
SEVEN A New Economy of Healing
EIGHT Healing and Belief
NINE Aromatherapy Delivers the Goods
TEN Essential Oils
ELEVEN Composition Biosynthesis
TWELVE Classifications of Essential Oils
THIRTEEN Applications

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Kurt Schnaubelt earned his Ph.D. in Germany from Technical University of Munich. A leader in aromatherapy in the United States since 1983, he is the author of Advanced Aromatherapy, a textbook on scientifically based aromatherapy originally published in Cologne in 1995.

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