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Aromatherapy (Quick Study Health) Pamphlet – November 22, 2005
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There's a large section about Using Essential Oils that goes over the different methods of externally using essential oils such as: Inhalation, Massage, Bath, and Diffusion. The inside of the Quick Study Guide is all about 24 different types of common Essential Oils ranging from Bergamot to Ylang Ylang. Each Essential Oil features a nice little drawing of that the plant looks like, the Botanical name, It's Action, Uses, and Caution/Comments.
The back side of the Quick Study Guide features a Glossary and Therapeutic Index for Traditional Use. Overall, I think the Quick Study guide is pretty good for something that's as small as it is. It goes over a lot of information and is really well made. The different colors and small images featured throughout keep the guide interesting and fun. And the best part, it's not expensive at all.
I received this product complimentary in exchange for a honest review.
On the front of the guide, there is basic information regarding aromatherapy, oils used in aromatherapy, safety precautions, essential oil uses, and information on purchasing and storing essential oils. Inside, there is a list of 24 different essential oils including the botanical name, actions, uses, and precautions for each oil. On the back, there is a glossary discussing the actions that were mentioned in the inside of the guide, as well as an index for which oils to use for certain ailments.
I hang it on my refrigerator so that if I need a quick reminder, I don't have to break out the books. I've found that I use this chart most when I'm telling others about aromatherapy or introducing them to different essential oils. For the price, it's a nice little chart to add to your collection of literature and information on aromatherapy.
* Product provided free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review. All opinions are my own.