Can you smell the mountains?
Part seven, our final installment of “Aroma Therapy – Makes Scents to Me”, focuses on a select few of the many books discussing our five senses and our never-ceasing-to-amaze human physiology, the benefits of aromatherapy, natural scents, as well as the more magickal and metaphysical aspects of aromas and plants.
A NATURAL HISTORY OF THE SENSES by Diane Ackerman.
CUNNINGHAM’S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MAGICAL HERBS by Scott Cunningham.
HEALTHY PLEASURES by Robert Ornstein & David Sobel.
HERBS & THINGS by Jeanne Rose.
HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY by John W. Hole, Jr. (my old college text)
IN THE SHADOW OF THE SHAMAN by Amber Wolfe.
MAGICAL AROMATHERAPY by Scott Cunningham
MAGICAL HOUSEKEEPING by Tess Whitehurst
MEDICINE GROVE by Loren Cruden
POTPOURRI: THE ART OF FRAGRANCE CRAFTING by Louise Gruenberg.
THE ART OF AROMATHERAPY by Robert Tisserand.
THE COMPLETE BOOK OF INCENSE, OILS & BREWS by Scott Cunningham
THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF HERBS & HERBALISM, Malcolm Stuart, ed.
THE FRAGRANT PATH by Louise Beebe Wilder
I have enjoyed presenting this series of articles, and I get the impression that you have liked it too. The blog site has experienced more visits than ever before, and I’ll do my best to keep it interesting so you’ll keep coming back!
In case you were wondering, the photo above is taken from up on Johnson Creek Road south of Clark Fork ID, looking north-east across the Clark Fork River valley, across to the Cabinet Mountains in Montana. Just another picture from my “playground”.