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all those who have lived upon this earth... to teach us, and show us the way. —
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Author: Elizabeth Anne Jones
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Written for both lay readers and practitioners, Awaken to Healing Fragrance is divided into three parts structured around the past, present, and future of aromatherapy. The book begins with profiles of prominent female historical figures—from Cleopatra to Elizabeth I—known to have used essential oils for mind, body, and spiritual health. Part two explains the value of aromatherapy today: modern methods for using essential oils—from relaxation practices like massage and facials to treating common conditions like PMS, stress, and a sore throat—and describes how and why they work. Also featured are case studies, research on anti-infectious qualities of the oils, and a section on psychoneuroimmunology that shows how essential oils can help restore the mind-body-spirit connection and create balance. Awaken to Healing Fragrance concludes by exploring the future of essential oil therapy and how it can be integrated into traditional medical systems. Jones discusses energetic medicine, creating aromatic gardens, and establishing integrative medicine clinics where doctors trained in Western medicine would collaborate with alternative therapists such as acupuncturists, nutritionists, and aromatherapists to bring a new consciousness and sense of well-being to healthcare.
This thought-provoking volume transports readers to France of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries, beginning with Napoleon's love of perfume and the erotic importance he attached to it, through the lore and symbolism ...
Author: Richard Howard Stamelman
Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications
This thought-provoking volume transports readers to France of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries, beginning with Napoleon's love of perfume and the erotic importance he attached to it, through the lore and symbolism fragrance enjoyed in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Europe. By the early twentieth century, perfume's place as one of France's most important luxury industries was recognized and celebrated, and timeless fragrances—such as Chanel No. 5, Shalimar, Arpeges, and Joy—were launched. The distinctive bottles for these new essences and the art movements that inspired their design are detailed throughout the book, as are paintings, poetry, and literature that reveal the power of perfume and its ability to recall the past and evoke sensuality. According to nineteenth-century perfumer Eugene Rimmel, "the history of perfume is, in some manner, the history of civilization." Through fascinating text accompanied by gorgeous imagery, including packaging, labels, and advertisements, Perfume: Joy, Scandal, Sin explores perfume's impact on history, culture, society, art, and attitudes.
They’re regulated only by the same people who make and sell them. And the ingredients don’t even have to be named on the label. This book is based on careful research into the science of scent and the power of the fragrance industry.
Author: Kate Grenville
Publisher: Text Publishing
Read The Case Against Fragrance and you will never think about fragrance in the same way again. If you have been suffering fragrance in silence, you will know you are not alone.’ Conversation Kate Grenville had always associated perfume with elegance and beauty. Then the headaches started. Like perhaps a quarter of the population, Grenville reacts badly to the artificial fragrances around us: other people’s perfumes, and all those scented cosmetics, cleaning products and air fresheners. On a book tour in 2015, dogged by ill health, she started wondering: what’s in fragrance? Who tests it for safety? What does it do to people? The more Grenville investigated, the more she felt this was a story that should be told. The chemicals in fragrance can be linked not only to short-term problems like headaches and asthma, but to long-term ones like hormone disruption and cancer. Yet products can be released onto the market without testing. They’re regulated only by the same people who make and sell them. And the ingredients don’t even have to be named on the label. This book is based on careful research into the science of scent and the power of the fragrance industry. But, as you’d expect from an acclaimed novelist, it’s also accessible and personal. The Case Against Fragrance will make you see—and smell—the world differently. When I was little, my mother had a tiny, precious bottle of perfume on her dressing-table and on special occasions she’d put a dab behind her ears. The smell of Arpege was always linked in my mind with excitement and pleasure–Mum with her hair done, wearing her best dress and her pearls, off for a night out with Dad. When I got old enough to have my own special occasions I also had my favourite perfume. I loved the bottles: those sensuous shapes. I loved the names and the labels, so evocative of all things glamorous. Kate Grenville is one of Australia’s most celebrated writers. Her bestselling novel The Secret River received the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize, and was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize and the Miles Franklin Literary Award. The Idea of Perfection won the Orange Prize. Grenville’s other novels include Sarah Thornhill, The Lieutenant, Lilian’s Story, Dark Places and Joan Makes History. Kate lives in Sydney and her most recent works are the non-fiction books One Life: My Mother’s Story and The Case Against Fragrance. ‘One spritz of aftershave or perfume can leave other people retching and clutching their heads—you never see that in the ads.’ Kaz Cooke ‘Beginning with her own physical reaction to fragrance that begins with a headache a lot of us know ourselves, she investigates the fragrance industry and its side-effects and interweaves these facts with the personal to create an accessible work of non-fiction.’ ArtsHub ‘Fact-dense and extensively referenced, the book is a delight to read and never gets bogged down...While some of the science has been simplified, the book generally conveys the sense of it correctly...Well developed and thoughtful. Read The Case Against Fragrance and you will never think about fragrance in the same way again. If you have been suffering fragrance in silence, you will know you are not alone.’ Conversation ‘Grenville sets out to unlock the dark science—the volatile compounds, conspiracies and carcinogens—hiding in perfume, the ingredients of which are regularly listed as alcohol, water and the mysterious catch-all “fragrance”.’ New Statesman ‘In this appealingly written exploration, Kate uncovers the dark side of the fragrance industry, from the carcinogens in after-shave to the hormone disruptors in perfume that mimic oestrogen.’ Child ‘An insightful and frightening book.’ Readings ‘Readable, interesting and informative.’ Big Book Club ‘Grenville expresses hope though that our society will find solutions to the fragrant violation of personal space based on courtesy and civility rather than on regulation and policy.’ Australian Book Review ‘You may be familiar with Australian novelist Kate Grenville’s work but she enters new territory here. After exposure to perfumes and scents delivered ill-health her way, Grenville got curious as to why...The result is a fascinating (and worrying) exposé of the potentially damaging health effects of fragrances and the laxity of their regulation. Grenville digs into the science of scent as well as the intrigue of a multi-billion-dollar industry and makes it beautifully accessible in the process.’ WellBeing ‘The Orange Prize-winning novelist’s discovery that she reacts badly to the artificial fragrances all around us led her to investigate what is in fragrances, what it does to people and whether it is properly tested for safety...The result is this accessible and personal book on the science of fragrance’ Bookseller ‘[Grenville] raises valuable questions about the potentially harmful chemicals surrounding us every day and why we so unabashedly live in ignorance of them.’ Reader’s Digest UK, Best New Books to Read This Summer ‘In some places, though, the danger [of fragrance] is beginning to be taken as seriously as passive smoking 30 years ago...it sounds silly, until you read Kate Grenville’s explosive exposé and wonder why no one ever told you this stuff before.’ Mail on Sunday ‘An accessible, intelligent, seriously researched—and terrifying—book’ Daily Mail UK
The psychology and biology of perfume Charles S. Van Toller, G.H. Dodd. known
. This connection of ... This perfumed conception is an excellent example of what
Lindsay called the 'life giving' power of fragrance. It illustrates the power of ...
Author: Charles S. Van Toller
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book builds on and extends the previous book: Perfumery: the psychology and biology of fragrance. Thus, a large part of the book reviews the latest evidence on olfaction research which is relevant to the study of perfumery psychology.
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. These odor profiles show some differences, starting by the different scales of the
two models for describing odor intensity. However, apart from that it is seen the ...
Author: Miguel A Teixeira
Perfume Engineering is a must-have reference for engineers who design any products that require fragrances, such as perfumes, cosmetics, healthcare and cleaning products. This book provides the reader with practical guidance on perfume design, performance and classification, from its beginnings as a liquid mixture to the vapour phase, by way of odorant dispersion and olfactory perception. It does this through the application of development and validation models to account for fragrance evaporation, propagation and perception.
perfume to his daughter on the day she was born, and it would be the most
precious thing she owned. So strong was its concentration, it was designed to
last a lifetime. But this dear girl comes into this courtyard — heart pounding, face
Author: Rick Blackwood
Most preaching and teaching in the church engages only one of the senses—hearing. In The Power of Multisensory Preaching and Teaching, Rick Blackwood shows how recognizing and engaging the multiple senses of the congregation can lead to greater impact. Blackwood presents both biblical evidence and scientific research showing that the more senses we stimulate in teaching and preaching, the greater the levels of learner attention, comprehension, and retention. Blackwood addresses both the “why” and the “how” of multisensory communication. Regardless of one’s current skill level, this practical book can help anyone add multi-sensory elements to messages in order to take communication to the next level—more compelling, clear, and memorable. As a result of reading this book readers can be more effective as a communicator and teacher. The book includes tools, examples, and worksheets.
However, it is still an Oakmosstype material, and it finds use as such in perfume
compositions. ... from experimenting, because the power of the title material may
in many cases compensate for its possible drawbacks at higher concentrations.
Author: Steffen Arctander
A perfume-flavorist's practical description of most of the commercially available perfume and flavor chemicals, with their chemical structure and practical physical data, appearance, odor and flavor type, reported and suggested uses, production and evaluation, with literature references for further details and study. Volume II Monographs 1507 trans-4-HEPTENAL to 2928: TETROHYDRO-para-TOLYLALDEHYDE
The obelisk set up in the Circus Maximus is depicted on numerous perfume
bottles manufactured throughout the Empire in the days of Augustus ... Perfumes
were believed to have the power of seducing , beguiling and evoking strong
Author: Mauro Ambrosoli
Publisher: Dumbarton Oaks
This book highlights religious, artistic, political, and economic consequences of horticultural pursuits, exploring the roles of peasants, botanists, horticulturists, nurserymen, and gentlemen collectors in these developments, and offering a reflection on horticulture's future in the context of environmental devastation and ecological uncertainty.
The Perfume Directory is a beautifully illustrated compendium of almost 500 recommended scents from across the olfactory spectrum.
Author: Sarah McCartney
The Perfume Directory is a beautifully illustrated compendium of 500 recommended scents from across the olfactory spectrum, designed to help readers pick out their next favourite fragrance. People have used fragrance as an invisible adornment for at least 3,000 years. Ever since the Victorian chemists synthesised scents, we have all been able to enjoy a spritz of leather and tobacco, lemon and rose, or jasmine and musk to help us through the trials of daily life. More than 20,000 fragrances are currently in production around the world - from the big five multinational flavour and fragrance companies to exciting small perfumeries. How do we find one to love? Among all those thousands of scents, where do we start? If our favourite goes out of production, how do we replace it? The Perfume Directory is here to help. Selecting 500 perfumes from across the olfactory spectrum, this helpful and inspirational manual organises and explores fragrances by their main notes so you can go about selecting your favourite. An introductory section covers the history and making of perfume All the most frequently asked questions answered A glossary of technical terms ensures you won't be overwhelmed by any complex jargon Further reading sections advise where you can find more information on fragrance online and beyond Filled with vibrant descriptions and specially commissioned illustrations that bring the fragrances and their beautiful bottles to life, The Perfume Directory is the ideal introduction to the complex world of scent.
"A Passion for Perfume" celebrates the joys of perfume, its past and its present, and offers fascinating insights into why you choose the one you do.
Author: Jo Glanville-Blackburn
"A Passion for Perfume" celebrates the joys of perfume, its past and its present, and offers fascinating insights into why you choose the one you do. Perfume is the ultimate gift to the senses. The lavish packaging of its bottle will first tempt the eye and beg to be picked up. More significantly, the scent of the perfume, once experienced, has the power to become part of your identity and will capture a moment forever. Jo Glanville-Blackburn guides you through the most recognizable fragrance families--floral, Oriental, Fern-fresh Green, and Chyprel-- and explores their ingredients, notes, and the great classics that epitomize them. From the intense, narcotic perfume of jasmine to the exotic, musky oriental spices, you'll discover that there is an individual scent for everyone. -Indulge in "A Passion for Perfume". -A perfect present on its own, or as an addition to accompany a gift of perfume.
The Magical and Ritual Use of Perfumes shows how scents can become the very “essence of magic,” providing direct access to the emotional centers of the brain and memory.
Author: Richard Alan Miller
Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Co
Because of their power to elicit specific responses in the body and psyche, perfumes have, through the ages, occupied an important part in ritual. The Magical and Ritual Use of Perfumes shows how scents can become the very “essence of magic,” providing direct access to the emotional centers of the brain and memory.
this book on perfume in the Bible, the scriptures of both the Old Testament and
the New Testament are full of references to scents and the power of smell in
human life to awaken the mind and heart in an astonishing way. I found on
reading this ...
Author: Charles Sell
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Perfume is part of the biblical text from Genesis through to Revelation, just as perfume pervades our modern life. Identifying the ingredients used in biblical times is difficult when information and meaning is lost in ancient languages. As expected, biblical perfumes were made from natural products but the range employed is surprisingly different from those of modern perfumes. The biblical ingredients are either defensive substances or products of decay, opening up an avenue of speculation as to why this is so. Charles Sell started his research into this area whilst working at Givaudan, the world’s leading manufacturer of perfumes and flavours. The introductory chapter of this book gives a brief outline of the history of the Bible lands, paving the way to understanding the difficulties in identifying exactly which plant sources the original authors meant. Other chapters discuss how plants make chemicals and how the sense of smell functions. The book explores the preparation, storage and uses of perfume, both sacred and secular, and compares and contrasts biblical perfumes with their modern equivalents. It recounts some interesting biblical events involving perfume ranging from courtship through seduction to prostitution and murder. The use of beautiful images from the windows of Canterbury Cathedral, where the author is a guide, illustrate some of the people and events in the biblical accounts and enable visualization of the historical uses of perfumes. The book is aimed at a broad audience and requires no prior specialised knowledge. The subject matter will be of interest to everyone, including chemists and general scientists, historians, those interested in perfumery, those interested in religious studies, and anyone interested in exploring chemistry in the world of art and the creative professions.
The book "reveals their best-kept secrets to inspire you to create your own Bad Girls perfume experiences and ultimatedly write the next most important chapter in the fabulous history of Bad Girls Perfume, your own.--
Author: Sarah Colton
YOU know who you are, Bad Girl. You saw your name on the cover of this book and thought, "Hey, that's me!" But perfume? What does perfume have to do with Bad Girls? Everything.Perfume is made for Bad Girls because perfume is secret code for power. The savviest Bad Girls in history have been using the power of perfume to achieve their infamous ends since the beginning of time. Eve, Cleopatra, Catherine de Medici, Scarlet O'Hara, and pop star Madonna are obvious examples. But there are many more that you might not suspect, such as Florence Nightingale, Hermione Granger, and even The Little Mermaid. If they could do it, why can't you? Bad Girls Perfumes Tips and Tales reveals their best-kept secrets to inspire you to create your own Bad Girl perfume experiences, and ultimately write the next most important chapter in the fabulous history of Bad Girls Perfume − your own.
Mary Magdalene poured her most expensive perfume on the feet of Jesus Christ
and wiped them with her beautiful hair, which according to the Bible is the glory
of the woman. Judas Iscariot complained that the perfume should have been sold
Author: Stella Okoronkwo
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency
Do you desire genuine salvation and total deliverance for your soul? Do you want to experience more anointing and God’s power in your life, business, or ministry? Would you like the garment of praise to clothe you daily and the oil of joy to inundate your life? What about having God’s hand upon your life daily? There’s good news! The Power of Worship is the book that will give you the key to transform your life for the better. It contains powerful biblical teachings and true testimonies about worship and praise that will transport you to a higher dimension in all areas of your life. It will activate God’s miracles in your life and environment. Learn about The Power of worshipping God today!
They contribute to the power or desirability of a particular object ; and when
accompanied by smoke or vapour , rising out of sight , they may be regarded as a
vehicle of communication or of intercession between Man and the Deity .
Author: R. A. Donkin
Camphor - origin, distribution, disposal, use - is here examined in the wider context of Old World "aromata." Evidence is drawn from an extensive range of sources in natural and cultural history. Fifteen original maps, twenty-eight other illustrations, and extensive bibliography.
Think of your earliest memories, and, I promise you, a smell will come to mind, be
it your grandmother's cooking or your mother's perfume when she was getting
ready to go out. To me, fragrance is a feeling. When I work with my perfumer, ...
Author: Trish McEvoy
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Outlines the author's innovative system for defining a personal makeup style, covering such topics as skin care basics, obtaining necessary cosmetics tools, looking younger, and making informed over-the-counter purchases. Reprint. 60,000 first printing.
Fascination for magic and the supernatural The need for magic, the supernatural
and magic power was first reflected in fashion accessories and in fabric design.
Innovative impulses in perfume and cosmetics by Dior, for example, can be seen
Author: Steve Van Toller
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
THE SENSE OF SMELL The nose is normally mistakenly assumed to be the organ of smell reception. It is not. The primary function of the nose is to regulate the temperature and humidity of inspired air, thereby protecting the delicate linings of the lungs. This is achieved by the breathed air passing through narrow passageways formed by three nasal turbinates in each nostril. The turbinates are covered by spongy vascular cells which can expand or contract to open or close the nasal pathways. The olfactory receptors, innervated by the 1st cranial nerve, are located at the top of the nose. There are about 50 million smell receptors in the human olfactory epithelia, the total size of which, in humans, is about that of a small postage stamp, with half being at the top of the left and half at the top of the right nostril. The receptive surfaces of olfactory cells are ciliated and extend into a covering layer of mucus. There is a constant turnover of olfactory cells. Their average active life has been estimated to be about 28 days.
... most expensive and outrageous perfume. (It was even said in the scriptures
that the perfume would better have been sold and the proceeds given to the poor.
) This tells us how extraordinary the perfume was, let read. 81 The Power ofVoiee
Author: EMMANUEL BEMPONG
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
The concept of this book is Inspirational, Motivational & Revelational Knowledge from the Holy Spirit which reveals the divine supernatural gift God almighty has deposited in mankind (Human being) when he formed and created us. This exposes us to the effectiveness, the power, the blessings and benefits of our VOICE. As many believe God placed in mankind our possessions, inheritance and blessings in us before we were born but the idea is; what reveals or makes it possible for the blessings in us come out of us to see and enjoy them? Our voice children of God, is a supernatural gift in us we need to value and motivate it to function properly.