How Aromatherapy Works: Vol. I - Principal Mechanisms in Olfaction
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How Aromatherapy Works:
Synthetic and Efficacious Pathways
of Essential Oils in the Human Physiology.
Volume I: Principal Mechanisms in Olfaction
8 1/2" x 11" softcover edition, over 600 pages, book
weight: 4.4 lbs.
Includes full glossary, references, index - over 100
illustrations and tables.
An in-depth text supported by the latest scientific
How the processes of olfaction through both
psychophysiological and pharmacological actions of
essential oils affect the mind and brain chemistry.
Emphasizes how odors influence the nervous, endocrine
and immune systems and affect health and disease.
Examines olfactory practices and their relation to
psychological principles, the mind- body connection.
Relates neuroanatomy of sense of smell with performance,
their dynamic mechanisms and biological functions which
effect ultimate behavior.
Ideal for teachers, students, practitioners and users of
aromatherapy who want a scientific and medical
understanding of how essential oils affect health and
disease through the sense of smell.
This book is available at special discounts for bulk
purchases by libraries, library services, institutes of
higher learning and other professional training centers.
NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL BOOK REVIEW COMMENTS:
"Awesome!" Aromatherapy Today, Australia.
"... the first interesting writing that's come out on
aromatherapy in years ... I have not stopped talking about it since I've
received it..." Jade Shutes, NAHA President, Seattle.
"... It is a refreshing change to read an aromatherapy
text that has a solid basis in science..." Bob Harris,
Author, Editor, International Journal of Aromatherapy,
"... is written in a precise and easy to follow
descriptive style ... often backed up with cause and
effect evidence to further justify the text in a
self-evident, flowing manner. The comprehensibility of
the topic is kep at a reasonable level to maintain easy
readibility ... thoroughly recommend all readers to
consider purchasing this ..." Book Review, International
Journal of Aromatherapy, London.