Female therapy Self -learning Introduction Book Reference (Part 1) -Mo Bai enters the door chapter
For the majority of aromatherapy enthusiasts, so many aromatherapy books do not know which one is suitable for you, just look at the directory introduction, and the chance of buying it back is quite high (at least I had such an experience at the beginning …), is it necessary to buy an entry book suitable for Xiaobai? I really don’t need it ~~ Now I will introduce the aromatherapy I have read before, according to the degree of easy understanding, this article is [Xiaobai entering the door]. You can skip it, look at the next group of [Talent Entry].
“The Book of Essential Oil -When we fall in love with the fragrance” Jin Yunrong
Recommended index: ★★★★★
I like Teacher Jin’s book very much. The content and typesetting of her “The Book of Essential Oil” are very suitable for primary entryrs. Several key points are clearly explained, including: profile of plant (help understand the history and growth characteristics of extracting plants), plant areas (convenient to choose the best origin in the world when choosing essential oil) The effects are different), physiological and emotional use, home care (including the beauty and health care and health care that everyone cares about), and safety notes (very important, safe use of essential oils is the prerequisite for exerting efficacy). The middle part introduces 14 plant basic oils. The same page is detailed than many aromatherapy books, which is enough to understand the application characteristics of various commonly used oil. The second half is the favorite formula of everyone. It assembled Teacher Jin’s 16 -year aroma therapy experience and has a strong practicality.
“Book of Essential Oil -Use Encyclopedia” Melissa Studio, Zhuo Yan’s approval
Recommended index: ★★★ ☆☆
If the Western aromatherapy is not visible, this is not a thick essential oil book that may be more suitable for you. Melissa Studio is not an individual, but a group of senior aromatherapy enthusiasts. Master of aromatherapy in Australia. Some of the views in the book (such as the introduction of several lavender) are different from the views of several other aroma therapy masters. Everyone may wish to look at a few different views and take the director. The content of the book is also very suitable for primary entryrs. It is commonly used in 50 essential oils in 50. There are several recommended recipe descriptions after each paragraph. It is simple and easy to operate. Xiaobai can follow the recipe on the book to try to use the essential oil to use it.
“Essential oil aromatherapy health cenions” in Taiwan’s Three Cai culture, Ken Garden senior aromatherapist Tan Shiyong for review
As a domestic aromatherapy book, the content is also very good, the amount of information is not large, and the full color graphic version is more comfortable to read, and the content is also simple. At a glance content. The use of the common essential oils in the book 50 and the introduction of the use of 256 essential oil formulas. Even if you are an aromatherapy Xiaobai, it is convenient to mix a simple and aromatic care oil according to the formula of the book.
“Botanical Book” Ruth Von Braunschweig
If you can only bring two books when you go away, I will choose Teacher Wen’s “Gramotherapy Empirical Book”, and this “Botanical Book”! The good book that Xiaobai can’t miss, is also suitable for advanced people. Look at these two books, aromatherapy skills are not shallow. Although I have already finished watching it very long, I will take it out when I have time. There will always be new gains. If you pay attention to your health and skin care, but you rarely read books, you only plan to buy one to see, and choose this one! Plant oil can meet the basic skin care needs, and it is simple and safe. It is also the best partner with essential oils without essential oils. 40 kinds of vegetable oils that are often used in aromatherapy care in the book. You did n’t know about them before. After understanding, you would want to own them. For those who only use versatile lotus oil or conventional sweet almond oil or grape seed oil, this book will give you a good purchase and combination guide.
“Garden therapy Encyclopedia” Klissi Huaivand
Recommended index: ★★ ☆☆
The entry authority of the international aroma therapy master must be read, but it is not recommended to choose this book in the first book therapy book, because for the first time I am interested in, to read this amount of information is huge There are very few pictures, and the typesetting is not exquisite. It will soon destroy that interest, and it will feel that the aromatherapy is too difficult and retreat for three feet. “Encyclopedia” is a book worth reading. The content is not an introduction to each essential oil, but a general discussion of aromatherapy and some cases of disease treatment. If you have read some simple entry books, you may want to understand the mystery of aromatherapy, you may wish to read it.
“Grand Encyclopedia” Paudicia Davis
Recommended index: ★★ ☆
One of the three major authoritative works of aromatherapy (the other two are the “Fragrant Therapy Formula” and “Art of the Fragrance Therapy”). Large quantity, lack of layout, and typography introduced instead of key key types in the way of articles, a bit like textbooks in school days. After reading the whole article, you have to draw it by yourself. This shop is not suitable as a reference book. This is a book published more than ten years ago. In recent years, new essential oils and new research discoveries and efficacy are not mentioned. I personally feel that the content is not comprehensive enough. Understanding essential oil therapy as daily interest, because it is a work of an era, it is worth seeing.
“Pure Lenci therapy” Green Tia. Boatong
Recommended index: ★★★ ☆
Few thermotherapy Books will mention pure dew knowledge. Even if they are comprehensive, such as “Gartar Therapy Emberity”, they only choose 20 of them. If you are more interested in pure dew than essential oils, you are highly recommended to read these two masterpieces. Let’s talk about the recent popularity. The “Pure Lu Fang therapy Book” was published in April this year. As a book specifically introduced pure dew, a total of 47 conventional pure dew introduced in the first half. Like a lot of books that introduce essential oils, in a small form of form, the plant characteristics and chemical ingredients are introduced. The introduction points of pure dew are presented in a well -induced form, not a large paragraph. The tool book is very suitable. In the second half, there are dozens of physical and mental issues. The recommended prescription is strong, but the only thing that is incomprehensible is that as a professional pure dew book, it is actually not mentioned by the pH value of pure dew. This regret and lack, in the “Pure Delicate Therapy”, there are very eye -catching signs. However, the dull typesetting of Western aromatherapy books in that era. Each pure dew introduced a large space. After reading my own focus, it feels similar to “Encyclopedia of Scent”. The publishing time of the book is relatively long, the content is a bit old, and although there are many pure dewy species introduced, not all of them are commonly used. In summary, I suggest that the two pure exposed books will be better to match, and the knowledge update is more comprehensive.
If there are other books that are more suitable for getting started, you are welcome to leave a message for my reference. If there is a suitable good book, you will add a new post in the future. If you have read the books above, you can also leave a message to express your views on the book. The above only represents my personal reading feeling, pure subjective opinions, not necessarily objective ~~~ What other good books do you have? You can also leave a message below everyone to communicate and share.
There are also sequels in the follow -up:
Reference of Gaoxi Self -learning Books [Below] (Midto’s Entry), including “Full Books of RMB therapy”, “Floor Personality Book”, “Aroma and Space”, “Essential Oil Pictures”, “Encyclopedia of Scent Application”, ” “Fragrance Therapy Formula”, “Woman’s Aromatherapy Private Therapy”, “My First Chinese Medicine Essential Essentials”, “The Bible of the Aromatherapy of the First Sales of Japan”.
Recommended index: ★★★★★
Recommended index: ★★★ ☆☆
Recommended index: ★★ ☆☆