Re: Theos-World "A Skeptics Guide to the New Age"
Mar 09, 1999 03:24 PM
My wife has studied aromatherapy extensively and we use it almost everyday
for one reason or another. Lavender, Peppermint, Ylang Ylang, Neroli,
Lemon, Jasmine, Rose etc all have various uses that I can vouch for. This
is why in a book such as the Skeptics Guide (herein SGTTNA) if one entry
can be proven to be wrong then that must cast doubt on all entries.
At 09:34 PM 3/1/99 -0600, you wrote:
>"D. Porter" wrote:
>> It's the usual debunking fare - but I think a few of the entries aren't
>> very well reseacrhed or fair so I was thinking of writing to the author and
>> attempting to set him straight. I was only going to deal with 2 entries for
>> starters - Atlantis and Aromatherapy
>Having mentioned Aromatherapy, I cannot but describe what I was told of an
>experience in the hospital where one of ny close relatives spent several days
>One of the nurses told me that there was a patient some years ago who came
>box full of various bottles and from the time the patient was brought from
>surgery till the time patient went home, not a single pain killer was
>administered. All pain was controlled by aromatherapy. Usually the
>given powerful pain killers and narcotics are the usual choice.
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