BOOK – CO2 Extracts in Aromatherapy, 50+ Extracts for Clinical Applications

This unique book offers you, professionals in aromatherapy and aromatic medicine, insights on the specifics, potential and practical application options of over 50 CO2 extracts in their practice. Author: global expert Madeleine Kerkhof.

Learn…

-> how CO2 extracts are made
-> what kind of molecules they possess
-> where they are similar, or different to other oils and extracts
-> about their often exquisite fragrances
-> what their properties can be
-> which dosages are advised
-> and about their safety and other aspects
-> how you can use CO2’s in clinical applications
-> how some of our peers use them
-> about examples of successful blends and cases

Madeleine: “As one of the worlds pioneers in the integrated use of CO2 extracts, I worked with these special botanicals in clinical aromatherapy and aromatic medicine for many years, and studied available literature thoroughly. Given the ongoing developments in this still relatively new plant extraction method, I too am learning more every day and I’m excited about its future options in clinical aromatherapy. With this first book of its kind, I hope to inspire you to adopt the wonderful botanicals which are now available to us all in your practice too.”

Read this review by Salvatore Battaglia at:
http://www.salvatorebattaglia.com.au/co2-extracts-in-aromatherapy-50-extracts-for-clinical-applications/?fbclid=IwAR1ZR3K7OsZwrrZMsAs_J1OTZ1FChhzHRiM3n3z8Hs7Zh9TN-3gc8Hnf4QU

Available from the author/publisher (shipped world wide*) or Nature’s Gift (USA).

Price 49,95 euro excluding P&P.

Order through info@kicozo.nl. You will receive a payment link. Upon reception of your payment we will get it out to you as soon as possible. 


If you order directly from Madeleine, you can request her to will sign your copy personally.

* we will not send anything to some countries in the world, notably those in severe conflict and/or where postal services are disrupted or inadeqaute. In those cases you may wish to have it sent to a (more) trustworthy address.