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  CO2 Extracts in Aromatherapy by Madeleine Kerkhof (no ratings yet)
The first comprehensive book on the use of my beloved CO2 extracts in Aromatherapy healing


My friend, mentor, and teacher Madeleine Kerkhof has written the first comprehensive book on the use of my beloved CO2 extracts in Aromatherapy healing. If you want to expand your use of these amazing botanicals, this book is a must have. Not only does she give full descriptions of the physical, emotional and spiritual effects of these wonderful extracts, but Madeleine shares case studies and blends that she has developed in her years as a nurse aromatherapist. A must have. Please note, the book is written for the professional, but easily understood by the home user. Whether your focus is skincare, pain relief, or easing emotional pain, you will find solutions in this lovely reference. Five stars indeed!

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Enjoy owner Marge Clark's interview with Madeleine at the 2018 NAHA Conference here


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