The Chemistry of Essential Oils Made Simple: God's Love Manifest in Molecules

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Care Publications, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 848 pages
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Jesus Christ wants every Christian in a deeper relationship with Himself. Yet so many people stagnate in the Christian life. Explains how to have a daily quiet time in order to know Christ intimately and grow to maturity. This book offers plenty of practical help for turning the chore of devotions into a lifechanging joyproducing habit. It outlines clearly how to seek God in the quiet time and explains the amazing benefits of experiencing God on a daily basis. With this helpful and enthusiastic book a person can have a quiet time that is much more than opening a Bible and saying prayers. It will be a time of experiencing the living Goda time of communion with the King. This book can be used both in a Sunday School classroom andor oneonone. TABLE OF CONTENTSLesson 1 Sharing Good NewsLesson 2 Sowing the SeedLesson 3 Relational EvangelismLesson 4 Looking for Open DoorsLesson 5 How to Share the MessageLesson 6 Sharing Your JourneyLesson 7 Fishing with a NetLesson 8 Meeting Needs as a GroupAppendix How to Coach Someone using this MaterialIndex
 

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Contents

Introduction
xxix
What This Book Has for You
xxxvi
Ask and It Will be Given
xlii
Review and Critique of Resource Literature
1
Definition of a Therapeutic Grade Oil
7
Books with Essential Oil Chemistry Information
13
The Toxicity of Tansy
20
Do Essential Oils Penetrate Skin?
26
Isoprenes Terpenes and PMS
255
Classes of Terpenes in Essential Oils
260
Common Monoterpenes in Essential Oils
273
Examples of Diterpene Molecules
286
Cleanliness Is Next to Godliness
300
Common Compounds in Essential Oils
309
Examples of Ether Molecules
322
Ketones and Aldehydes as Pheromones
335

Becoming a Registered Aromatherapist
29
Not All Plants Have Oils
35
Mercks Misunderstanding
42
An Ultimate Book on Essential Oil Chemistry
48
Expressed Oils
54
Protection
60
Brighter Than Bright
66
The Way to a Bugs Heart is Through Its Belly
70
Basic Chemistry Made Easy
78
Elements Alphabetical by Name and Symbol
84
Elemental Composition of Living Matter
90
Gods Plan for Creation in a Table
100
The Chosen Ones
121
Nitrogen Plays Minor Roles
127
Valences of C H O S and N
133
Organic Chemistry Made Easy
142
The Alkane Series
148
Oxygenated Hydrocarbons
156
Diethyl Ether
162
Key Points of Chapter Five Summarized
169
Benzene Rings in Shorthand
175
The Significance of Frequency
181
Fundamental Frequencies of People and Things
182
Why Essential Oils Work So Well
190
How Structural Formulas Are Determined
197
Trillion Employees
203
The Hormonal Alphabet
209
Its Not Always the Main Ingredient
215
Synthetic vs Natural Menthol
221
Anethole and Estragole Same But Different
223
How Enzymes Work
229
Botanical Families of OilBearing Plants
235
Rosemary Chemotypes
241
Oil of Myrtle
248
Applying pH to Essential Oils
349
Examples of Carboxylic Acid Molecules
353
Esters in Essential Oils
359
Favorite Oxide of the Plant Kingdom
365
Examples of Lactone Molecules
371
Examples of Applied Chemistry
377
The Chemistry of Essential Oils Made Simple
384
Oils and Allergic Sensitizations
394
The Difference Between Man and Woman
401
Natural Estrogens vs Synthetic Estrogens
406
Synthesizing the Unnatural From the Natural
412
Who is in Control?
418
Emergency Medicine is the Best of Medicine
424
Chapter Twelve
430
Plastic
473
Carrier Oils
479
Conclusion
488
CATALOGS OF COMPOUNDS
494
Oils with the Most Popular Phenols 581
495
Chemical Analyses of Essential Oils
502
PMS Oils
586
MinorTrace Compounds in Alphabetical Order
592
Preamble
613
Article Three
685
Consciousness in Essential Oils
707
PART FOUR
739
Chemistry Course Outline
740
Glossary
752
Annotated Bibliography
766
Index
792
Index
798
About the Author
840
Books Videos Seminars
842
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Denominational Affiliation Full Name of Denomination: Proud United Methodist Conference/District: North Georgia/LaGrange Ministerial Status (ordained, licensed, lay, etc): UMC Certified Associate In Youth Ministry Local church/Parish/congregation: Heritage Christian Church Draft your ideal bio for this product (two to four sentences) David Stewart is a small town Mississippi boy with a huge heart. His creativity opens doors and makes church a welcoming place for all, no matter who and no matter what. He has worked with groups averaging 13 to 400 students weekly for the past 19 years. He is an influential minister and a loving friend. Education (please include institutions and degrees): Bachelora s Degree (1985) Sports Management and Industrial Psychology Mississippi State University UMC, Associate in Youth Ministry Certification (1990 - 1993) Candler School of Theology, Garrett Seminary, and Scarritt Bennett Multiple Continuing Education Events Current Employment/Appointment/Occupation: Served in local church youth ministry for 19 years Current: Youth Ministry Consultant Previous Relevant Employment/Appointments/Occupation: Peachtree City UMC, Peachtree City, GA First UMC, Sevierville, TN Church Street UMC, Knoxville, TN First UMC, Naples, FL Previous Publications (please include title date, and publisher): Developer/Writer, Combos For Youth Groups, UM Publishing House, current project Advisor, Igniting Ministry Campaign, United Methodist Church, 2004 Visionary, United Methodist Publishing House, 2004 Leader, UMVIM National and International Mission Projects, 1989 - 2003 Developer/Writer, Talks For Youth Groups UM Publishing House, 2004 Developer, Faith In Motion Sunday school Curriculum, UM Publishing House, 2001 Developer/Writer, Reel to Real Magazine UM Publishing House, 1996 - present Developer, Elisha Project, youth/adult mentor program Developer, Elijah Project, prayer ministry program Writer, Group Magazine Writer, Jr. High Magazine Writer, Forum for Adults in Youth Ministry Contributor, UM Publishing House, Time to Praise, 1996 Writer/Contributor, Youth Net, UM Publishing House, 1992 to present Project Assistant/Writer, Youth Praise Project, UM Publishing House, 1999 Professional Associations: Leader, Management Team and Design Team, Worship Chair, Youth a 99 Leader, Design Team, Worship Chair, Youth a 95 Chair, Local Committee to secure Youth a 99 for Knoxville TN, 1996 Elected, United Methodist National Youth Ministry Organization Steering Committee, 1991 - 1993 Instructor, Perkins School of Youth Ministry, 1995 - 1999 Instructor, Multiple District training events, 1990 - 1998 Elected, United Methodist Southeastern Jurisdiction Youth Council, 1991 - 1993 Worship Leader, Design Team Member, SEJ Spiritual Life Convocation, 1992 Elected, Holston Conference Council on Youth Ministries, 1991 - 1993 Appointed, Coordinator, Knoxville District Youth, 1993 - 1995 Elected, Knoxville CEF, Chair, 1991 - 1993 Camp Leader, Holston, Florida and Mississippi Conferences

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