Easy Essential Oil Chemistry: Unlock the Healing Potential of Essential Oils, by Jimm Harrison

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Learn essential oil chemistry—the easy way!

Learn essential oil chemistry—the easy way!

  • Make masterful blends with your favorite oils.
  • Learn the language the experts use.
  • Identify the best oils for every ailment—and understand the chemistry behind the cure.

With a simple, full-color structure effect diagram as your guide, becoming an oil expert is fast and fun!

Objective: Educational. (Click here for information on the difference between Educational and Marketing materials.)

Publication: 2018.

Pages: 115.

Binding: Softcover.

Dimensions: 7" wide x 10" tall.


Jimm Harrison founded the Phytotherapy Institute in 1995 to advance education in essential oils and plant therapy. He is a published author and has conducted certification programs and lectures in essential oil therapy for natural health, massage, spa therapy, esthetics, and medical institutions across the US and internationally, including Harvard Unversity, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard Medical School.

As a leading authority in natural skin health and essential oils he has helped to pioneer nutritional holistic beauty programs. Jimm is an expert formulator and has customized essential oil systems for spa and resorts, formulated essential oil products and has developed professional and retail organic, nutritional skin care.

He is the author of Aromatherapy: Therapeutic Use of Essential Oils for Esthetics and developed and teaches the Essential Oil and Aromatherapy Certificate program for Bastyr University CCCE.

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Part 1
The Structure-Effect Diagram: A Visual Model Showing the Chemistry and Composition of Essential Oils
Part 2
How to Create a Structure-Effect Diagram
Part 3
Using the Structure-Effect Diagram for Therapeutic Focus
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C: C10 Hydrocarbons, C15 Hydrocarbons, C10Alcohols, C15 Alcohols, Phenols, Esters, Aldehydes, Ketones, Lactones, Oxides, Phenylpropanoids (Hot), Ethers
About the Author
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