The London Apothecary by Deborah Dolen

The London Apothecary by Deborah Dolen

The London Apothecary by Deborah Dolen

The London Apothecary by Deborah Dolen



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The London Apothecary is Deborah Dolen's most recent books and one of her favorites. Deborah Dolen's book of apothecary formulas proves what basic ingredients were great in the late 1800's are still the same great ingredients today! Full of recipes and formulas to learn to make your own liniments, ointments and salves and save a bucketfuls of money doing it, or just have better quality products for your own family. Making your own body products is higher quality and more natural. Written by popular DIY author Deborah Dolen while staying on Gracechurch in Downtown London which is near the Leadenhall Market.

The London Apothecary this book begins with early American apothecary, pin pointing tried and true home elixirs, liniment, and simple toiletry formula’s we all grew up to love. The author Deborah Dolen first takes you back to early American apothecary, discussing the history, basic ingredients, and marketing angles of products such as Badger Balm, Bag Balm, ChapStick, Gold Bond Powder, Nivea, Old Spice Formula, and many more. A truly engaging and easy to understand read. Packed with recipes and formula's each one having U.S. and Metric standards of weights and Measurements. (80 pages in print format.)

Registered National Library of Canada, Ottawa, ISBN 0-9689836-6-9 Copyright © Deborah Dolen 2006-2011.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014618793
Publisher: Deborah Dolen
Publication date: 06/10/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 802 KB

About the Author

Resident of Palma Sola Florida, Deborah Dolen has authored 36 "how to" books and films spanning a decade. Author Deborah Dolen lives on the Gulf of Mexico in Florida with her golden retriever "Ringo" who was a Katrina rescue canine. Deborah Dolen's work in book and film can be found on mobile platforms, although most of her hard copy books were allowed to go out of print in 2006 due to the mobile platforms offering more convenient delivery making her hard copy books and films mainly collector's items.

Most of Deborah's musings revolve around natural or environmental affects. Deborah is a graduate of Eckerd College in St. Pete, Florida and Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, Florida. Many of her books were the direct result of raising three daughters as a widow and projects she designed to teach them life skills, ended up being complied into books as the internet became popular and a clear demand was shown for Deborah's recipes, formulas or over all writing in general.

Deborah Dolen can be found on all of the social medias that include Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and OpenSalon.

Deborah's bestselling books include: The Beekeeper's Digest, which shows how to make a variety of finished products from bee materials - honey, wax, and pollen are spun into gold to make candles, lip balm, hand cremes, medicinal syrups and so much more. Floral Design Basics is Deborah Dolen's second bestselling book and Handwriting Analysis in Psychology is another popular Dolen authored book.
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