3 edition of Aromatherapy for women found in the catalog.
Aromatherapy for women
by Dealerfield in London
Previous ed., 1990.
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||174|
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The remainder of the book took a few months (followed by an eon of editing!) and in the original UK published version was on sale. Aromatherapy for Women was the third aromatherapy book ever to have been written in the English language/5(22).
The Complete Book of Essential Oils and Aromatherapy, Revised and Expanded: Over Natural, Nontoxic, and Fragrant Recipes to Create Health, Beauty, and Safe Home and Work Environments. by Valerie Ann Worwood | out of. Even though this book is called Aromatherapy for Women, it's not exclusively about women, just mostly is.
The book covers things like the female system, pregnancy, childbirth, after the birth and remedies for children, as well as a bit on the immune system.4/5. "Aromatherapy for Women, of use to both men and women, clearly illustrates the author's knowledge of essential oils and her confidence in applying them to our everyday lives, whether for healing illness, eliminating stress, or enhancing the appearance of the body.
This book would make a fine gift for any woman interested in aromatherapy.". Summary: Women's Health Aromatherapy is a must-have guide and educational resource written especially for nurses and practitioners that desire to effectively and safely utilize aromatherapy to support women's health.
Well organized and clearly written, it is also helpful and suitable for reading by non-professionals.