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Anointing the Family: Essential Oil books

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Essential Oil books

There are so many great books on essential oils but what ones are worth reading? Here I list a few that I recommend or that have come highly recommended to me.

The picture above is The Essential Oil Desk Reference book. This is a MUST HAVE. There is so much information of essential oils in general, a section about each YL essential oil and a section on health issues.

This pocket-sized version of the Essential Oils Desk Reference contains selected material from the Desk Reference, including the Personal Usage Guide (which features information and recommended essential oils and blends for over 300 different health topics). It includes safety data, application information, and much more.  ~Description from Amazon.com
This essential oil reference book by D. Gary Young is a must have for those who are serious about therapeutic application of pure essential oils. Dr. Young combines years of scientific research on the use and application of essential oils, and blends it into an easy to use guidebook. This book includes detailed instructions on how to apply the oils, information on Gary Young's journeys across the world, and recipes for 25 special oil blends.~Description from Abundant Health 4 U

Considered cure-alls by Biblical people, healing by prayer and anointment with oils as practiced by Jesus' disciples and early Christians is made practical for us today in this book. Based on both science and scripture. ~Description from Amazon.com
This booklet explains, in simple understandable language, how both physics and chemistry are necessary to explain the ways essential oils work. It explains how the mind interacts with matter through electrons and how the mind can alter molecular shape and how this determines the healing actions that essential oil compounds can have on our bodies. It provides a scientific basis for how and why oils work better with prayer and faith. You can find this and many other essential oil books on the CARE website.
Gary Young is today regarded as one of the world’s foremost experts on essential oils and their distillation. Aromatherapy: the essential beginning is one of his earliest books published. Although, not the encyclopedia of essential oils (that was to come later :-) ), this book is nonetheless an excellent and lucid introduction to essential oils. You don’t need to be a scientist to read this book. ~Description from http://essentialoilsforliving.com/blog/
Combining two decades of professional knowledge with tried-and-true techniques and first-hand testimonials, the author has compiled this insightful and easy to follow guide benefiting both experienced and first-time mothers. In addition, the book contains an introduction to therapeutic-grade essential oils and applications and provides safety information and a section on discerning the quality of essential oils. Every family taking proactive steps to better health should have this resource in their home library. ~Description from Amazon.com
This solidly scientific book is anchored in scripture and easy to understand, It will give you an appreciation of both the scientific and spiritual bases of healing by prayer and anointing with oils.
~Description from Amazon.com


At December 22, 2012 at 2:58 PM , Blogger Heather Mores said...

I never really thought about aromatherapy until I experienced it myself. My husband got me a ginger candle for Christmas when I was going through chemotherapy (my first treatment was the day after Christmas). I thought I would not like it and that it might make me nauseous. Instead, I found that I craved lighting that candle after a treatment. Ginger is supposed to help with nausea! And now I am a true believer. I have no doubt that essential oils have similar healing properties. Thanks for sharing some reference materials.

At December 25, 2012 at 6:14 PM , Anonymous Dana said...

I love Lavender. The essential oils and mind body connection has gotten my attention. These look like great resources. Thanks!

At December 26, 2012 at 5:45 PM , Anonymous Melinda said...

Some of these books look very intriguing. I don't know much about essential oils and look forward to learning more through your blog.

At January 5, 2013 at 9:37 AM , OpenID anointingwithoils said...

love the list of books! :)

At January 9, 2013 at 1:32 PM , Blogger Melanie said...

This looks like a great library, someday I hope to grow my essential oil library as well!

At January 9, 2013 at 2:18 PM , OpenID anointingwithoils said...

I definitely think I want at least some of these books! They all sound like they will be great reference books. :)


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