Ma Bible Des Huiles Essentielles by Danièle Festy
My rating and review was initially on WorldCat: 5 of 5 stars, because this book shows the important knowledge gathered by women, often ignored by the male establishment, yet essential for human development, like what Project Do Better works to help us all learn, in various stages, both for public health, and for that public store of knowledge held in libraries of all kinds, in various languages.
Huiles Essentielles, huiles végétales qui viennent avec et même les voies d’administration pour chaque maladie ! On ne peut pas terminer de lire ce livre, cars c’est trop bon, trop plein et trop utile ! (p. 448: sinusit, mais pas de EU. radie…)
(Sorry, not sure if this book has been translated in to English, but I certainly hope that it has, by now!)
Essential oils, vegetable oils that go with them, and even the best ways to take each oil for every illness! One can never finish reading this book because it is too good, packed full, and useful! (good for sinus infections…)
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originally posted 12 February, 12016 HE
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