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The latest update seems to be pretty good...at least from a look-n-feel perspective, haven’t had enough time to fully evaluate the content updates. As with any change, it will just a while to adjust to the new format. A few pieces of feedback....(1) please make it so the app can be viewed in landscape mode from a iPad. As of right now, it will only display in portrait. I use a keyboard and generally always have the iPad in landscape mode. (2) Would love to see an option to keep track of my personal inventory and (3) would also love the ability to make a list of oils that I am either running low on or completely out of and needing to reorder. Can this be an added tab?
I absolutely love this app! I purchase it as a “thank you” gift to my new distributors for them to have at ease access to information when they need it, wherever they are! Because it is YL specific, this app makes sense for me and my downline versus other apps out there. The extensive information provided is an amazing resource, especially for the rookie oilers out there! It has been my EO “bible.” Is it perfect? No. It is definitely time for an update. The company is continually adding, removing, and reformulating their singles and blends according to specific crop availability. Kudos to YL for leading the way in the EO industry and bringing quality essentials oils into our homes. Since the app developers are marketing an app specific to one company, there is a need to update based on company availability. Again, still your best app option for an EO reference guide.
I would give more stars if the issues being addressed in most previous reviews were being answered. I have 2 other ref guide apps for my EO’s that were free and they both allow me to add the oils I have to a “My Oils” list for easy reference. Seems for $6.99, this app should provide the same and do one better...allow a “shopping list” where we can list the oils we have and are running low on so we can place our next order with ease. Finally...I’d pay a few dollars more, if you could add to a “My Oils” list a function where the app spits out what ailments we can treat with the oils we have and what blends we can make with the oils we have. I know that last one is wishful thinking...but please provide a better service than the free apps! Finally....the oils need some updating, especially the blends section. Thanks for hearing my review!
I would like to be able to flag the oils that I actually have, but there doesn't seem to be a way to do this. Ideally I'd be able to flag the ones I want too, which would help when I place my next order. Also "have, but running low on" would be nice! You can make notes on essential oils, but you don't seem to be able to access more than 4 notes from the Single Oils section, and 3 notes from the Blends section. The notes also do not appear in either alphabetical order by oil, nor in the order in which I entered them. And they can't be sorted or reordered. Not all of the oils are listed (Valor II, for example, is missing) so it's time for the maker to do an update. And just in case it's not clear from the product description, the blends it lists are all Young Living blends. If you have oils from elsewhere you might find the single oil section helpful, but probably not the blends (unless you want to try mixing your own I guess!) Bottom line: none of the above would be issues if I didn't find the underlying information helpful. So I'm glad to have the app, but they could do a lot to make it more user friendly.
I never spend money on apps. However, this app is worth every penny! It is so handy and informative for Essential Oils. I love being able to quickly locate some oils to suggest to friends and family to use. The Application section is so informative and I have learned so much about the Flex Points and applying certain places on your feet, hands, even your ears to help with specific situations. My friends and family are always amazed at how much info I can pull up so quickly for them. Of course, I do recommend they purchase the app for themselves and most do. You definitely need this app!
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Ref Guide for Essential Oils has 275 user reviews.
Ref Guide for Essential Oils has an average rating of 3.9.
The latest version of Ref Guide for Essential Oils (2.1) was released on Nov 21, 2019.
You can download Ref Guide for Essential Oils here:.
This convenient app runs on the Apple family of iPhones and iPads.
This app combines information from the authoritative Reference Guide for Essential Oils, written
by Connie and Alan Higley, with convenient search and note-taking features. Use the app anytime, anywhere to quickly find and confidently use recommended essential oils and oil blends for hundreds of different health and wellness conditions.
This app will become your go-to reference for personal essential oil use and for sharing your love of essential oils. The app features a personal guide section that details over 700 health topics for which essential oils are commonly used to help support the bodyís natural ability to heal itself. Additionally, key information on over 100 single oils and more than 90 commercially-available oil blends will help you better understand and use essential oils.
The app also includes essential oil application instructions, including detailed information about auricular internal body points, digestive tract, autonomic nervous system, and the nose and olfactory system.
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