The Art of Aromatherapy: A Guide to Using Essential Oils for Health and Relaxation

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Crescent Books, 1994 - Aromatherapy - 80 pages
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Exquisitely illustrated introduction to healing through scent and a guide to 30 essential oils. Practical and delightful, this lovely gift book gives common and Latin names of each oil, an illustration of the plant it is extracted from, and suggestions for use in medical remedies, massages, baths, etc.

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Cinnamomum leylanicum Cinnamon
Citrus bertfamia Bergamot

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Pamela Allardice is the author of 24 books, including "Aphrodisiacs and Love Magic," "The Art of Aromatherapy," "Body Bible," "Feel Good," and "Natural Remedies A-Z," She is the editor of "Nature & Health" magazine, is "Reader's Digest"'s alternative medicine editor, and is a regular contributor to radio and TV programs.

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