International Journal of Aromatherapy

As of 2007, no longer published by Elsevier

The International Journal of Aromatherapy covers the pursuit of health and well-being through aromatherapy treatment. Subjects range from the use of natural, aromatic plant oils and essential oils to massage and touch therapy. Regular features include:

• Clinical Articles
• Case Studies
• Research Reports
• Therapeutic uses of aromatherapy oils
• International News
• Olfactory Oddities
• Book Reviews
• Conference Reports

The journal exists for the benefit of all who have an interest in aromatherapy, the use of natural, aromatic plant oils in the pursuit of health and well being, whether mental, emotional, physical or aesthetic. The Editor welcomes contributions on any aspect of the study of fragrance or use of essential oils or their components which might be deemed of interest in a broad aromtherapy context. A section of the IJA is devoted to peer-reviewed papers, and full authors' instructions are available on request. The articles which appear do not necessarily represent the views of the Editor or the publishers. The IJA is published quarterly, is available only by subscription, and is currently read in over 40 countries.

To order this journal online, visit

Journal metrics

  • Imprint: ELSEVIER
  • ISSN: 0962-4562