About Protocols and Recipes, a Short Summary

‘Protocols and Recipes’ is Book 2 of the Plant Language Course. It overcomes many common uncertainties in contemporary aromatherapy about how essential oils are properly applied. It does not say ‘one should never ingest essential oils.’ Nor does it say one can ingest all essential oils. It looks at the detail and gives reasons as to which essential oils are sometimes ingested with good benefit and also, why sometimes it is wise to prefer topical use. It gives lists which oils are suited for ingestion and which are not. It also gives lists which oils can be used undiluted and which oils are better not used neat. In short it gives commonsense details how to best utilize specific oils.

Specifically Protocols and Recipes also provides specific, not yet found in the aromatherapy literature, suggestions to ease the debilitating side effects of chemotherapy and other cancer treatments.

For links to sample pages please scroll down all the way

Protocols and Recipes, Long Content

Chapter 1) Dr. Taylors Introduction to Working with Essential Oils:

Instructions how to Make Commonly Needed Preparations at Home
– Carrier Oils, Measurements
– Topical Preparations, Liniments
– Creams Lotions and Infused Oils
– Inhalations
– Essential Oils in the Bath
– Suppositories

Essential Oil often work equally well for different conditions: Multipurpose Formulas
– Pain Relief
– Fall Winter Respiratory Bland
– Infant Colic
– Eczema and Psoriasis, Symptomatic Relief
– Insomnia Shock and Grief
– Allergy Relief
– Cystitis

Chapter 2) Using Oils Straight Out of the Bottle

Essential Oils and Water:
– Using essential oils in the shower
– Dabbing and rubbing undiluted oils
– Oils suited to ingest
– Oils suited for undiluted application
– The power of dilution
– Suppositories made easy

Chapter 3) Relieving Chemotherapy Induced Nausea and Vomiting (CINV)

Pam Taylor lists the essential oils she has found most effective in the easing of CINV.

Chapter 4) Essential Oils’ in Cancer Therapy

According to the studies of Dr. Giraud-Robert aromatherapy improves the patients’ quality of life. It reducees side effects of conventional treatments, stimulates the natural defenses and drains toxins from liver and kidneys. When essential oils were given simultaneously conventional treatments showed increased efficacy, generally improving the patient’s chances of survival. This chapter closely follows Dr. Giraud-Robert’s recommendations for specific protocols to be used along side allopathic treatments during all stages of the disease especially
– Pre- or post-operative
– During and after chemotherapy
– During radiation therapy
– During immunotherapy treatment
– During hormonotherapy treatment
– During comfort care

Specific Protocols to Use Essential Oil Concurrent with:

Chemo- and Targeted Therapies

– Digestive Toxicity
– Vomiting and Nausea
– Liver
– Oral Mucous membranes – Aphtas
– Diarrhea and Constipation
– Loss of Appetite and Altered Sense of Taste

Blood Toxicity

Low white blood cell counts:
neutropenia low neutrophils and/or lymphopenia low lymphocytes
Preventing Infections and their Complications
Reducing Neurotoxicity
Reducing Toxicity of Skin and Nails

– Drug Induced Acne
– Dryness and Cracks
– Skin and LIP DRYNESS
– Edemas
– Nosebleed
– Drug induced Alopecia

Radiation Therapy

– Reducing or Preventing Acute Effects
– Essential Oils for Breast Radiation Therapy
– Hydrosols for Skin Lesions
– Essential Oils for ORL Radiation Therapy
– Reducing or Preventing Delayed Effects

Interferon Treatments

– Fatigue
– Bone Pain
– Joint Pain
– Nerve Pain
– Visceral Pain
– Myalgias and Pseudo Influenza Syndromes

Essential Oils for Comfort Care

Chapter 5) UV Damage and Melanoma

A discussion of the strong protective effects of Secondary Metabolites and sample recipes


Hepatitis B and C

Protocols and Recipes: Sample Pages

By clicking on the links below you can view sample pages of Protocols and Recipes

Using Oils in the Shower

Ingesting EO Safely