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The Practice of Aromatherapy: A Classic Compendium of Plant Medicines and Their Healing Properties Paperback – June 1, 1982
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Flowers and herbs have long been noted for their healing properties. Discover the wonders of floral remedies and some very unconventional, but often effective, medicine.
"Aromatherapy is one of the hottest trends in the natural foods industry." (Natural Foods Merchandiser)
"Flowers and herbs have long been noted for their healing properties. Discover the wonders of floral remedies and some very unconventional, but often effective, medicine." (Harper's Bazaar)
IngredientsJean Valnet provides detailed evidence for the efficacy of plant medicine. This book covers 40 essences in detail providing information such as scientific explanation of how they work, detailed indications for internal and external use of plant essences, extracts, and tinctures.
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I think I myself could write a book like this--I have a good imagination, and it looks as though that may be all that's required. I gave it two stars because I found it mildly entertaining.
and saving soldier's limbs from amputation. Amputation is when infections spreads and endangers life.
He was a pragmatic Doctor and started scientific study of effects and side effects.
I guess he read extensively anything about plants.
His book in French is giving accurate bio chemistry details on many essential oils.
How he treated cancer and other on patients, improving their lives.
He was a scienfific mind if that means the ability to observe experiments and draw facts from them with scientific
This book is a classic and explains what we got to know simply.
Is there something more convincing than a Surgeon saving a leg/arm from infection because he got the common sense
and intelligence to realize what our grand mothers knew more basically?
Today I read a US soldier was amputated from legs and arms. I am still under shock. He survived.
This review is to render tribute to the Courage of SSG Travis Mills, fourth case in all US military to be amputated
of all members. It is the day where some logic seems to appear. From an Army Surgeon during War to a Soldier in Afghanistan.