Essential Oils for Emotional Wellbeing

Essential Oils for Emotional Wellbeing: More Than 400 Aromatherapy Recipes for Mind, Emotions & Spirit
Since ancient times, essential oils have been used to address a wide variety of mental, emotional, and spiritual needs. Bring this knowledge that has been gathered through the ages into your modern life. Featuring more than 400 step-by-step recipes, Essential Oils for Emotional Wellbeing makes it easy for you to take control of your wellness and spiritual journey. Finding the recipes you need is simple with this book's well-organized categories based on conditions, emotions, needs,…
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I love using and making essential oils. I found that they bring so much serenity and calmness to my life. I prefer to make my own versus purchasing commercial made.

I wanted to like this book. I’m sure this is a great book, however, the kindle edition is not properly formatted and makes a hard read.

The words nearly sit on top of each other. There’s very little spacing. The chapters start on the same page as the previous chapter ends.

The information is informative and helpful. The set up of the book makes it hard to find the information you’re looking for.

A table of contents is included but isn’t searchable on the kindle edition and is so jumbled it’s hard to locate specific sections.

Recipes start around 12%? It’s really hard to tell.

I hope the physical copy of this book is much better than then Kindle copy of this book.

The Kindle copy needs to be re-formatted and reissued. It’s really impossible to give this book a fair review with such bad formatting on the Kindle.

I tried the book in PDF format next. It’s a bit better but I would still recommend the physical copy of this book.

My favorites oil are Frankincense, chamomile, Jasmine, and sweet orange. I often look for recipes that specifically include those oils or ways that I can use them.

A few years back I ventured into Ayurveda. According to the practice I’m a mixed dosha.

This book includes essential oil use for Ayurveda doshas.

Many of the recipes include more than one oil which if you’re like me you may not want to use many oils.

I am glad that she included a list of carrier oils at the beginning that can be used.

The one thing I found missing (and maybe I couldn’t find it due to the formatting) was a “Where To Purchase” section. I’d expected to see one.

I have a few books on essential oils including cooking with them in their whole state as herbs.
Those books included a list or few on where I can purchase...this book lacks additional resources that can be helpful to one just starting out and not sure where to purchase or exactly what to look for when purchasing oils.

Nicole

Creator of Bookstanista, a book and book style website, Nicole is a 30-something mom and wife to a Viking. A fan of Phantom of the Opera and Beauty and the Beast, she lives and breathes books. Her home library now consists of over 300 e-books and 500 paperback and hardback books. When she's not reading or reviewing books, you can find her interacting with authors or dreaming of a world with books and unicorns and toting around her Angora rabbit: Denim-Cyan.

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Creator of Bookstanista, a book and book style website, Nicole is a 30-something mom and wife to a Viking. A fan of Phantom of the Opera and Beauty and the Beast, she lives and breathes books. Her home library now consists of over 300 e-books and 500 paperback and hardback books. When she's not reading or reviewing books, you can find her interacting with authors or dreaming of a world with books and unicorns and toting around her Angora rabbit: Denim-Cyan.

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