Current Essential Oil Clinical Research: 80 Recent Peer-Reviewed Articles Published to 2015 Vol. 2: Premium Oils for Everyday Use

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This volume contains two sections of annotated bibliographies on recent scholarly articles from the scientific literature regarding the properties of six popular single essential oils and seven groups of oils suitable as blends for various uses. The documentation supports properties of single oils including Frankincense, Lemon, Lavender, Tea Tree, Peppermint, and Copaiba as their usefulness was studied against MRSA, cancers, pain relief, acne, anxiety, etc., as well as single oils used for Respiratory and Digestive support, Post-Exertion support, Healthy Immune System support, and for Purifying, Calming & Uplifting, or Relaxing & Sedating. From the foreword: “If you promote essential oils for their benefits and want to stay compliant with government regulations on what can be said and not said, you need to have a copy of this book to carry with you whenever, to whomever, and wherever you speak. Or if you just want to learn more about the research that supports the therapeutic uses of essential oils, you need this book. You will discover uses you did not know of that may just be what you, or your friends and family, may need. Thank you, Tonya and Shawn. You have created a resource that will help a lot of people, all over the world, for a long time.” David Stewart, PhD, DNM, FCCI Author of 17 books, including Healing Oils of the Bible and The Chemistry of Essential Oils Made Simple

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