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Essential Oils: Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Essential Oils and Aromatherapy for Holistic Health - Book Review

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by Leiann Lynn Rose Spontaneo (subscribe)
Studied Political Science at Duquesne University. Highest Honors Graduate in Fitness and Nutrition from Stratford Career Institute. Self-Taught Cook. Self-Taught Make-Up Artist. Loves Her Loved Ones. Frugal Gal.
Published December 6th 2020
Safe for your body yet strong to clean your house
In Summary

In Essential Oils: Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Essential Oils and Aromatherapy for Holistic Health, by Kylie Young, it is stated that essential oils have quickly become the hottest item in holistic medicine and aromatherapy. In this book, you may learn all about essential oils in many different ways.

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Dr. Joie Power says that essential oils can have a stronger effect on the body than anything else you can eat or drink. There are many pages which describe the benefits of individual essential oils. Research suggests that cinnamon essential oil can help to curb cravings, making it very useful for people who are attempting to stop smoking.

Chapter three is all about how to clean your kitchen with essential oils. For example, combine two cups of hot water, one cup of vinegar and ten drops of lemon essential oil in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave for about one minute and pour into a spray bottle. Spray the inside of the fridge and use a sponge to clean.
Chapter four is about cleaning the bathroom with essential oils.

Chapter five is about caring for clothes with essential oils. Clothes kept in a drawer can smell good if you soak some essential oil in a cotton ball and stick the cotton ball in the drawer. Use your favorite scent!

Chapter six is about making personal health products. You can make your own perfume (or cologne). First, drop a few of your favorite scents or only one in a 10-milliliter roll-on perfume bottle and then combine one-and-a-half (1 ½) teaspoons of coconut oil with a teaspoon of jojoba oil.

Chapter seven is about caring for skin conditions

Young closes the book with asking for reviews on Amazon about this book.

In Opinion

Young's book was good to follow. Personally, my favorites are about how to make your dresser drawers smell good and how to make your own perfume. Empty roll-on perfume bottles may be bought on eBay to use for your own personal homemade perfumes. Many essential oils may be found on eBay and are inexpensive.

I personally use a diffuser for when I am stressed out. However, this book gave me a few tips I did not think of, such as cleaning the fridge with some essential oil.

I give this book a 5-star rating.
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