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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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It is a tough little book because I am always thumbing through it and it still is in excellent condition. There is so much information and it is organized in a very easy-to-understand format. I use this in conjunction with apps as sometimes it is just more convenient to have a hard copy book around to flip through.
I highly recommend this guide to anyone looking to learn about essential oils. I have not seen another book that is this thorough and easy to use.
I'm in the process of reading this reference book cover to cover and have finished the introductory section on the history of EO's (interesting), how to determine the highest quality oils (in my opinion, Young Living oils are the best quality available), and I just finished the section on all the single oils. I've made lots of notes and highlighted many sections.
This book also has a section that you will use over and over -- the section on Personal Usage which has sections on many different health conditions and which oils and other YL supplements might be beneficial, including application and usage advice.
This is the Sixth Edition of this book, so it has been updated many times and contains the newer oils and oil blends that YL sells. It is an excellent resource, and if you really want to learn more about how essential oils can help you take charge of your health, then you should buy this book. I only have a few minor criticisms, such as wishing there was a list in the Personal Usage section of oils that have anticoagulant (blood thinning) properties (which would have been helpful when I had surgery recently). As I read through the single oils section, I made my own list of every oil that listed anticoagulant under the oil's medical properties, but it would be very helpful if this information was all in one easy to find place.