book review, Aromatherapy

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book review, Aromatherapy

Postby joska » Sun Jan 10, 2016 1:55 pm

Essential Oils and Cancer:
How to Effectively Use
the Right Essential Oils
to Confuse and Kill Cancer Cells

Nancy Dennett Ducharme

This is a good, informative book that comes like a breath of fresh air.

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It is an easy read for anybody since the author has made great efforts to study all the technical aspects of essential oils, but spares the reader the tedium of all the technical jargon. It is written in a fresh, informal style with the zest of life vibrating through its every line of her own dramatic story. It is an important book since Mrs. Ducharme courageously addresses one of the most thorny areas of modern medical science and practice, one of its most formidable antagonists, cancer. The good news is, she relates real life experiences, of how even in very hopeless cases lost ground can be recovered again.

A very practical and inspiring book concisely written with many practical tips and hints in a compact format that allows the reader to grasp the salient messages in less than an hour. The second half of the book lists a number of practical approaches of how to use the essential oils successfully with different types of tumours.

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This little book provides a ray of hope with a capacity to turn around the lives of many that may have experienced a sense of defeat after battling this devastating disease for a considerable time of their lives
. Anybody reading this book, whether with or without a diagnosis of cancer, will have acquired a valuable source of information that should be widely shared.

Joska Ramelow
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