Aromatherapy for Health Professionals

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Aromatherapy for
Health Professionals

Shirley Price FISPA MIFA LIAM

Practitioner and Lecturer in Aromatherapy, Hinckley, Leicestershire

Len Price MIT FISPA LIAM
Lecturer in Aromatherapy, Hinckley, Leicestershire

Foreword by

Dr Daniel Pénoël
International Lecturer in, and Medical Practitioner of, Integrated Aromatic
Medicine, Aouste-sur-Sye, Drôme, France

SECOND EDITION

CHURCHILL
LIVINGSTONE

EDINBURGH LONDON NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA ST LOUIS SYDNEY TORONTO 1999

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Aromatherapy for Health Professionals *
  • Contents *
  • Foreword to the Second Edition *
  • Preface *
  • Acknowledgements *
  • Introduction 1
  • Section 1 - Essential Oil Science *
  • 1 - The Genesis of Essential Oils 7
  • 2 - Chemistry and Quality 23
  • 3 - Power and Safety 41
  • 4 - Traditional Use, Modern Research 59
  • Section 2 - The Foundations of Practice *
  • 5 - How Essential Oils Enter the Body 91
  • 6 - Essential Waters 109
  • 7 - Touch and Massage 119
  • 8 - Aromas, Mind and Body 145
  • Section 3 - Aromatherapy in Context *
  • 9 - Primary Healthcare 163
  • 10 - Pregnancy and Childbirth 175
  • 11 - People with Learning Difficulties 199
  • 12 - Stress 207
  • 13 - Intensive and Coronary Care 217
  • 14 - Care of the Elderly 225
  • 15 - Palliative and Terminal Care 241
  • Section 4 - Policy and Practice *
  • 16 - Aromatherapy in the UK 259
  • 17 - Aromatherapy Worldwide 281
  • Appendices, Glossary and Useful Addresses *
  • Appendix A 313
  • Appendix B 351
  • Appendix C 359
  • Appendix D 361
  • References to Appendices and Sources 363
  • Glossary 371
  • Useful Addresses 375
  • Index *
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