Essential oils for healing Over 400 all-natural recipes for everyday ailments

Vannoy Gentles Fite

Book - 2016

"All over the world, people are turning toward homeopathic and alternative medicines. Essential Oils for Healing is an easy-to-use guide for anyone who wants to learn how to use essential oils to heal a multitude of ills. Ailments are listed in alphabetical order and are accompanied by hundreds of recipes you can re-create at home using the essential oils at your disposal. Tips on safe handling and usage, contraindications, and storage ensure that even the most novice of essential oils user can get the healing benefits from our planet's natural resources. Did you know that a few drops of lavender oil can be added to your kids' shampoo to protect them from head lice? Or that a drop of clove oil mixed with orange oil can reliev...e a mind-numbing toothache? Common, everyday problems such as nausea, dry skin, and insect bites to more serious issues like migraines and arthritis are included along with all-natural remedies that are simple and accessible"--

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New York : St. Martin's Griffin 2016
Main Author
Vannoy Gentles Fite (author)
Other Authors
Michele Gentles McDaniel (-), Vannoy Lin Reynolds
Physical Description
260 pages ; 22 cm
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Review by Booklist Review

The subtitle to this guide to essential oils is no exaggeration. Everything from acne (jojoba) to hot flashes (cypress, peppermint, lemon, and more), earache (lavender, clove, oregano, and more), ringworm (geranium, cypress, and thyme), and psoriasis (lemon, tea tree, and grapefruit) is addressed. Following an introduction detailing her experience with her family there is not an illness in existence for which there isn't a plant that can potentially offer relief herb gardener and certified aromatherapist Fite presents basic tips on essential-oil use (some can be toxic to children, never touch to your eyes or ears), usage warnings and contraindications (e.g., don't use citrus oil, which is phototoxic, before sun exposure), and therapeutic properties (clematis oil treats wounds, including blisters). A list of resources, including websites, rounds out this engaging, straightforward source for everyone exploring homeopathic and alternative medicines.--Scott, Whitney Copyright 2016 Booklist

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