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  The Healing Intelligence of Essential Oils by Kurt Schnaubelt (no ratings yet)
A must-have addition to any serious aromatherapy library.

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Kurt Schnaubelt's newest book is a delight, both for the professional and for the home user. I've been reading this for two or three weeks on my Kindle, and am absolutely delighted that the "real book" arrived today. It's going to take a few days to write a review, but this is just a must have addition to any serious aromatherapy library. In addition to presenting research studies that were new to me,  Dr. Schnaubelt explains in a way that my non-scientific brain can grasp the reasons why essential oils can be more effective against a broader spectrum of ailments than single purpose prescription drugs.  He offers suggestions for aromatic treatments and support for a wide range of medical conditions - support for those undergoing rigorous allopathic therapies to treat cancer, suggested oils to aid in treating hepatitis for just two examples. He discusses how these oils of ours can support the emotions as well as our physical well being.

Some information that was presented in his earlier works has been updated.  For example, in earlier books he recommended a blend of Calophyllum inophyllum with Ravensara Aromatica to treat Shingles.  His latest book corrects that, and calls for Ravintsara, Cinnamomum camphora, instead.

Sometime after Thanksgiving I will have time to do a thorough review, for now... I can't urge you strongly enough to order a copy. This is one book definitely worth waiting for a paper copy...I found the Kindle version a bit frustrating —I wanted to flip back and forth, which doesn't work nearly as well in electronic media!

It's only fair to mention that the resourse section in the back of the book recommends 4 sources for "authentic" essential oils. One, Rob Guba, is in Australia, the other three in the US. Nature's Gift is one of the recommended sources. I feel like a student who just received an A+ on a research project!

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