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Right now I’m borrowing two essential oil books along with a classic book on magical herbs.
Here’s a brief summary of each book and what I like about them so far. Full reviews to come!
- The Organically Clean Home by Becky Rapinchuk — I’ve been on such a cleaning spree lately. I’ve also been wanting to branch out with my essential oil use and this book combines both of those interests. I love the clean (wink) design of the cover and insides of the book. I also love all the recipes for natural cleaners… with many, but not all, of them using essential oils. So far, I think this is a book that will make my “to-buy” list.
- The Essential Oils Book by Colleen K. Dodt — I’m learning so much from this book. I can’t wait to dig into some of the recipes and blends. I also love that the author doesn’t promote internal use of the oils (something that I know has been of great debate lately). It was cool, too, to learn that Dodt is a fellow Michigander (at least at the time of the book’s printing).
- Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs by Scott Cunningham — A classic! I’ve been having so much fun reading this book. With every page I turn, my mind just whirls with all the spells I’d like to try. Pleasantly surprised to see many fruits included in this book, too. I definitely see this wonderful reference making its way to my permanent bookshelf soon.
As I mentioned above, I’ll be writing full reviews of each of these books so check back for those!
What magickal books have you been reading? Any great essential oil books to share?