Friday, September 5, 2014

The Aromatherapy & Essential Oils Handbook (Free)



The Aromatherapy & Essential Oils Handbook is currently free to download from the Amazon Kindle store. You don't need a Kindle to read these free ebooks, simply download a reading app to your phone, tablet, PC or other devise (HERE).

This book discusses essential oils and their practical applications in terms that are easy to understand. Buy this book and learn how to unlock the healing powers of essential oils today.

Some topics covered in this book include:
  • An introduction to essential oils and their safety.
  • A discussion of what aromatherapy is and how it can help you.
  • 10 helpful tips for newcomers to the world of aromatherapy. These tips are good reminders for seasoned vets as well.
  • What you need to know about the various grades of essential oil and why there's only one grade you should buy.
  • The chemistry of essential oils. What essential oils are made of and why they're so good for you.
  • The various ways essential oils are used (includes topical application, consumption and a number of forms of diffusion).
  • Carrier oils and why you should be using them for topical application.
  • An in-depth list that reveals the therapeutic qualities and uses for more than 100 different essential oils.
  • A list of essential oils that are potentially dangerous and should be avoided or used under strict supervision.
  • Blending of essential oils.
  • Aromatic blends you can make at home that can be used to address a number of issues.
We are big fans of essential oils here. Some of our favorites include Lavender oil for it's calming properties, helps with allergies and sinus issues and Peppermint Oil  for headaches and critter replant (put a few drops or use a Scent Ball Plug In where spiders, ants and mice may lurk).




 One of our personal favorite ways to use oils is with something similar to the Aura Cacia Aromatherapy Vaporizer kit which vaporizes the oils for aromatherapy. 

Do you use essential oils? What are some of your favorites?




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