- Series: Essential Oils Desk Reference (Book 6)
- Spiral-bound: 810 pages
- Publisher: Life Science Publishing; 6th edition (2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0989499766
- ISBN-13: 978-0989499774
- ASIN: B00YDK8LEU
- Package Dimensions: 8.2 x 6.2 x 1.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 14.7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 1,503 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,007 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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ESSENTIAL OILS POCKET REFERENCE Spiral-bound – 2014
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The 6th edition of the Essential Oils Pocket Reference contains the most utilized information from the larger 810 page Essential Oils Desk Reference. The Essential Oils Pocket Reference includes a directory (single oils, blends and personal usage) at its beginning and then divides into seven main chapters. Features Young Living Blends and formulations.
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Be warned, this is a reference for Young Living Essential Oils.
You can use it for other brands, but the blend names are all related to Young Living Essential Oils.
If you use another brand a good idea is to print out a list with equivalent names of similar blends.
This book expands upon the pocket edition with lots of other great information and research.
Has information about each oil, each blend, different uses around the home, different uses for general health (using oils in place of chemicals for cleaning and body care), and different uses to help with symptoms of different illnesses. Not in place of medication or treatment of course, but in addition to it. For example, if you go to sinus - it will tell you about different oils that help with sinus problems and which ones to diffuse, inhale, or use topically to help clear congestion.
This book does not always stress safe dilution practices. There is a small blurb about it in the beginning of the part on usage, but be sure you know safe usage for children, adults, and elderly before proceeding. Once you are in the section about what to do, it just refers you back to the front of the section. You are expected to remember which oils need to be diluted to 2% or less, for example.
This book is really almost the same as the pocket version.
Main differences are:
Size - you don't need a magnifier to read it.
Has research information.
Has more information on environmental and self care.