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Essential Oils Desk Reference Convention Edition Ring-bound – 2011
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This book is very similar to 'Essential Oils Integrative Medical Guide' by D. Gary Young except this particular book lists all of the Young Living products current to the publication date. This book is also in a binder with tabs and offers lovely photographs. In contrast, the 'Essential Oils Integrative Medical Guide' offers recipes for certain medical conditions that are not offered in this book, so I'd suggest getting the other book as well if you are interested in making recipes. I have tried many of the recipes for various conditions and find them to be very helpful. 'Essential Oils Integrative Medical Guide' is also smaller in scale vs. being in a large binder as this book is, so it is physically easier to manage. There are likely other topics that I have overlooked that differ between the two books as I wasn't doing an actual study in comparison but what I have mentioned stood out to me as being the most different among the two books. I find both books to be the ones that I refer to the most often for aromatherapy. I would highly recommend both books to medical professionals as well as those who want to practice aromatherapy exclusively on a personal level. I am not an employ of Young Living nor do I distribute their products; however, I do purchase and use their products with the upmost confidence in their quality.
The section that lists conditions and problems (Personal Usage) and the oils recommended for those conditions is probably the most helpful. It lists the oils and blends useful for that purpose but then gives generalized application and usage - not specific to any one oil.
The majority of this book is Young Living propaganda and the useful information is scattered throughout. Its a pain to try to find exactly what I'm looking for. There is SO much wiggle room - you can tell they don't want to be held responsible for someone's bad outcome if they got more specific.
I have had more success with a little 100 page book "Gentle Babies" that has testimonials on how people have used the oils and the outcomes. Maybe one day I'll appreciate this book more but I'll have to lower my expectations for that to happen.