The Encyclopedia of Aromatherapy
Written by the highly respected holistic aromatherapy practitioner Chrissie Wildwood, 'The Encyclopedia of Aromatherapy' takes its place among a handful of indispensable, welldesigned reference books on the timeless healing art of ""aromatherapy as a natural medicine"".
Appropriate for the range of intermediate through professional practitioner, the 'Encyclopedia' may prove a bit daunting to the brand new beginner, as it is one of the most comprehensive resources on the art and science of aromatherapy written to date.
In this lovely book, Ms. Wildwood discusses all things aromatic, from essential oils chemistry and distillation methods, to natural perfumes and aromatic baths. She includes practical tips and recipes for creating personal perfumes, along with natural beauty products for both skin and hair.
In addition to an effectively-illustrated step-by-step guide to therapeutic aromatherapy massage, Ms. Wildwood teaches specific remedies for a wide variety of common health concerns including 'stress', headaches, and depression.
The Encyclopedia is certainly one of the most beautifully photographed and illustrated aromatherapy guides. It really is a 'must have' for all natural health care practitioners and aromatherapists.