Favorite Oily Books
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This is really 3 books in one. Part 1 explains in lay-men’s terms about the chemistry of essential oils. Part 2 is full of tables that break down the chemistry of 113 essential oils. Part 3 is filled with fun examples of quantum physics, which is really where our essential oils fit in!
Written by a CARE Instructor, Michelle has distilled Dr. Stewart’s Chemistry of Essential Oils Made Simple. If you are intimidated by Dr. Stewart’s book but still want to learn more about essential oil chemistry, then this is the book to get!