"The book expertly guides the reader with specific advice on relieving the small, everyday discomforts of pregnancy . . . safe, gentle remedies, too, are recommended for baby care."
(The Herb Quarterly)
"This is one of the best books on aromatherapy I have read. [The author's] basic advice on purchasing, storing, and using essential oils is applicable for anyone interested in aromatherapy for better physical and emotional health."
(Peg Aloi, The Herb Companion)
". . . an excellent reference for both mothers-to-be and health professionals serving this population. I will continue to recommend this book for those interested in learning safe ways to use essential oils in caring for new mothers and their babies."
(Valerie Cooksley, Massage Magazine, March/April)
"Overall, I liked the aromatherapy content, Allison England's views on pregnancy and birth, and the easy-to-read and reference style-structure of the book. As a childbirth educator, I would recommend this book to pregnant women with confidence."
(Mirine Dye, The Blessed Bee, Spring 2002)
About the Author
A qualified aromatherapist and registered nurse, Allison England has been trained in massage, herbal medicine, and reflexology. She runs her own aromatherapy clinic for mothers and babies in Cambridgeshire, England, and is the mother of five children.