French Aromatherapy

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French Aromatherapy by Jen O'Sullivan is the most comprehensive usage guides that utilizes the French Aromatherapy method. French Aromatherapy is the art of using essential oils that encompasses all methods of use: aromatic, topical, and internal. You will learn proper safety precautions and how to implement essential oils into your entire lifestyle. This book gives over 300 recipes to help you better understand and use your essential oils.

Table of Contents: 

Chapter 1: Introduction to Essential Oils

  • The Essential Oil Basics
  • Sample Daily Regimen
  • Frequency, Biofeedback, and Bioimpedance

Chapter 2: Schools of Thought: Culture, Controversy, and Change

Chapter 3: The Ternary Concept

Chapter 4: Terrain Mapping

Chapter 5: Allergens

Chapter 6: Aromatic Recipes

  • Cold-Water Diffuser Recipes

Chapter 7: Topical Recipes

  • Carrier Oils
  • Lotions
  • Salts
  • Hydrosols
  • Layering Techniques
  • Blending Techniques
  • Dropper Bottle Recipes
  • Face & Eye Serum Recipes
  • Rollerball Recipes
  • Acupuncture Meridian Rollerballs
  • Perfumes & Fragrances
  • Personal Care Recipes

Chapter 8: Internal Recipes

  • Questions to Consider Before You Consume
  • Capsule Recipes
  • Essential Oil-Infused Water
  • System Flushing
  • Essential Oil-Infused Food

Chapter 9: Oil Mapping

  • Common Oil Mapping Subjects

Chapter 10: Final Thoughts

  • Resources & Supplies

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  • 5
    Lots of recipes

    Posted by Shannon S. on 21st Apr 2022

    There are so many recipes in this book for face serums, hair care, allergens etc. Very practical.

  • 5
    French Aromatherapy

    Posted by Vivian Zetwo on 19th Apr 2022

    There are different schools of thought when it comes to aromatherapy. What I like about this book is that it focuses strictly on the French method in an easy-to-read and understand format, offering tons of recipes of different types and uses. The recipes alone are worth the investment.

  • 5
    Short and to the point

    Posted by Lori peters on 15th Jul 2021

    I have only skimmed the book so far. It looks very easy to look items up. Very pretty cover.