Printable Essential Oil Descriptions

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Printable Essential Oil Descriptions
For Your Personal Aromatherapy Journal or Binder
15 page instant downloadPrint out these handy 15 page essential oil descriptions and add them to your aromatherapy journal or binder. Every essential oil book you look at has a different description of the oils, which is a testimony to how versatile essential oils can be. However it can be disconcerting when you are trying to choose the best essential oil for your purpose. These essential oil descriptions are compiled from several leading experts (listed in the Bibliography). Only the attributes that were listed in 3 sources were recorded.There is no reference to any brand names.
Each page has a place to add notes or recipes.
Some of the descriptions included a brief note of Biblical or historical interest.Original Art by Naomi Ball
Set One
This set Includes:

1. Bergamot
2. Cedarwood
3. Chamomile
4. Cinnamon
5. Citronella
6. Eucalyptus
7. Frankincense
8. Lavender
9. Lemon
10. Orange
11. Peppermint
12. Rosemary
13. Tea Tree

The text and artwork on these printable essential oil descriptions are copyright protected. You may print them for your personal use. You may not sell them or use in any business related activity, printed or digital.

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About nball252

Hi, my name is Naomi, I am a Christian, certified aromatherapist. I also have an Associate Degree in Bible. I looked for books about aromatherapy from a Christian point of view and didn't find any, so I wrote one, The Aromatherapy Advocate. An introductory book for Christians on aromatherapy. I have one son whom I home schooled. I started using essential oils 10 years ago. I love the fragrances and I love the powerful benefits of using essential oils. I received my certificate about 10 years ago and have been teaching and writing about aromatherapy from a Christian perspective since then.
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