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Below you will find a list of books and documents that our researchers used as a reference when compiling and checking the data for this website.

Since a major part of our research was also done by consulting various professional people that not only deals with essential oils, but many medical researchers of various branches of medicine, as well as research chemists and some very innovative thinkers - we wish to thank all parties concerned for their time and knowledge so freely given and information imparted - they made it possible for us the compile a comprehensive and interesting website dealing with many aspects of essential oils and their applications.

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General references

  1. Glees, P., The Human Brain, 1988, Cambridge University Press.

  2. Meier, M. E. , Physiological Investigation of Olfactory Stimulation Response Related to Structures Responsible for Emotional Processing, Marywood University, Sponsored by C Estelle Campenni, Ph. D.

  3. Appenzeller, A. & Oribe E., The Autonomic Nervous System - An introduction to basic and clinical concepts, 1997, Elsevier.

  4. Aminoff, M. J. et al, Neurology and General Medicine, 1989, Churchill Livingstone.

  5. Webster, J. G. et al, Medical instrumentation - Application and design, 1978, Hoghton Mifflin.

  6. De Paoli, C., Massering en lyfwerk vir gesondheid, 1995, Human & Rousseau.

  7. Time-Life Books, The Facts About Alternative Medicine, 1999, Time Life Books B.V.

  8. Struna, M. & Church C., Massage Touch Techniques to Relax, Soothe and Stimulate your Body, 1983, Bookmart Limited.

  9. McIntyre, A., Herbs for common ailments, 1992, Gaia Books.

  10. Suid Afrikaanse Uitsaaikorporasie, Oupa en Ouma se boererate, 1962, Tafelberg Uitgewers.

  11. Bruning, N. and Thomas H., Ayurveda The A-Z Guide to Healing Techniques from Ancient India, 1997, Dell Publishing.

  12. Sams, C., About Macrobiotics the way of eating, 1972, Thorsons Publishers Ltd.

  13. Gala, G., D. R. and S., Be your own doctor with Gala's Foot Reflexology, 1995, Navneet Publications

  14. Lacroix, N. and Seager S., The book of massage & aromatherapy, 1994, Anness Publishing Ltd

  15. Wildwood, C., Bloomsbury encyclopedia of aromatherapy, 1996, Bloomsbury Publishing Plc

  16. Lawless, J., The Encyclopaedia of Essential Oils, 1992, Element Books Limited.

  17. Ryman, D., Aromatherapy - The Encyclopedia of Plants and Oils and How they Help you, 1991, Judy Piatkus (Publishing) Ltd.

  18. Deacon-Davis, L., Aromatherapy, 2001, Harper Collins Publishers.

  19. Rowley, D., Aromatherapy - Recipes and remedies to enhance your life, 1999, Anne O'Donovan Ltd.

  20. Wormwood, V. A., The Fragrant Mind, 1995, Bantam Books.

  21. Lawless, J., Essential Oils an illustrated guide, 2001, HarperCollins Publishers Ltd.

  22. Aromatherapy basics, Schiller D. & Schiller C., 1998, Sterling Publishing Company.

  23. Jackson, J., Aromatherapy, 1987, Dorling Kindersley Publishing Limited.

  24. Battaglia, S., The complete guide to aromatherapy, 1997, The Perfect Potion (Australia) Pty Ltd

  25. D'Amelio, F. S. (Sr.), Botanicals - a phytocosmetic desk reference, 1999, CRC Press.

  26. Tisserand, R., The art of aromatherapy, 2001, The C. W. Daniel Company Ltd.

  27. Wormwood, V. A., The Fragrant Pharmacy, 1990, Bantam Books.

  28. Sellar, W., The directory of essential oils, 2001, The C. W. Daniel Company Ltd.

  29. Wormwood, S., Essential Aromatherapy, a pocket guide to essential oils and aromatherapy, 1995, New World Library.

Baobab oil aromatherapy essential oil information

  1. Addy, E, and Eteshola, E, 1984: Nutritive value of a mixture of tigernut tubers (cyperus esculentus L and baobab seeds (Adansonia digitata L) Journal of Science Food Agriculture 35: 437 – 440
  2. Arnold, T. et al (1985) Khoisan food plants: taxa with potential for future economic exploitation In Plants for arid lands. Proceedings of the Kew International Conference on Economic Plants for Arid Lands, Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew.
  3. Bosch, C. et al (2004) Adansonia digitata L. In Plant Resources of Tropical Africa 2. Vegetables (Eds, Grubben, G. and Denton, O.), Backhuys, Leiden, Netherlands, PROTA Foundation, Wageningen, the Netherlands, pp. 36-40.
  4. Eteshola, E. and Oraedu, A. C. I. (1996) Fatty acid compositions of tigernut tubers (Cyperus esculentus), baobab seeds (Adansonia digitata), and their mixture. JAOCS, 73 (2): 255-257.
  5. Ezeagu, I. et al (1998) Fat content and fatty acid composition of oils extracted from selected wild- gathered tropical plant seeds from Nigeria. JAOCS, 75 (8): 1031-1035.
  6. Guy, G. L. (1971) The Baobabs: Adansonia Spp. (Bombacaceae). Journal of the Botanical Society of South Africa, 57: 31-37.
  7. Magboul, B. I. and Mustafa, A.M.I., (1979) Studies on baobab seed oil. Sudan Journal of Food Science and Technology, 11: 15-17.
  8. Odetokun, S, 1996: The nutritive value of Baobab fruit (Andonsonia digitata). La Rivista Italiano Delle Sostanze Grasse 73 (August) 371 - 371
  9. Shukla, Y. N. et al (2001) Chemistry, biology and uses of Adansonia digitata - a review. Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Sciences, 23 (3): 429-434.
  10. Weiss, E. A. (1979) Some indigenous plants used domestically by East African coastal fishermen. Economic Botany, 33 (1): 35- 51.
  11. Wickens, G. E. (1982) The baobab - Africa's upside-down tree. Reprint from Kew Bulletin, 37 (2).
  12. Wren, S. and Stucki, A. (2003) Organic essential oils, indigenous cold pressed oils, herbs and spices in Sub- Saharan Africa. The International Journal of Aromatherapy, 13 (2/3): 71-81.

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  3. Martin GN. Olfactory remediation: current evidence and possible applications. Soc Sci Med. 1996;43:63-70.
  4. Walsh D. Using aromatherapy in the management of psoriasis. Nurs Stand. 1996;11:53-56.
  5. rooker DJ, Snape M, Johnson E, Ward D, Payne M. Single case evaluation of the effects of aromatherapy and massage on disturbed behaviour in severe dementia. Br J Clin Psychol. 1997;36:287-296.
  6. Welsh C. Touch with oils: a pertinent part of holistic hospice care. Am J Hosp Palliat Care. 1997;14:42-44.
  7. Dwivedi C, Abu-Ghazaleh A. Chemopreventive effects of sandalwood oil on skin papillomas in mice. Eur J Cancer Prev. 1997;6:399-401.
  8. Hammer KA, Carson CF, Riley TV. Susceptibility of transient and commensal skin flora to the essential oil of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree oil). Am J Infect Control. 1996;24:186-189.
  9. Nenoff P, Haustein UF, Brandt W. Antifungal activity of the essential oil of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree oil) against pathogenic fungi in vitro. Skin Pharmacol. 1996;9:388-394.
  10. Yamane MA, Williams AC, Barry BW. Terpene penetration enhancers in propylene glycol/water co-solvent systems: effectiveness and mechanism of action. J Pharm Pharmacol. 1995;47:978-989.
  11. Weiss RR, James WD. Allergic contact dermatitis from aromatherapy. Am J Contact Dermat. 1997;8:250-251.
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