'Classic Notes' Perfume Kit Instructions
The Greek Magical Papyri
Fenner's Complete Formulary
A Nineteenth Century perspective on the creation and use of medicinal herbs, that is still useful today.
This is the English translation of the Brihat-samhita, one of the fundamental works of ancient Indian astronomy (known as Jyotisha). It was written in the 6th century A.D. (or 1st century B.C.) in about 4000 Sanskrit verses (slokas) by the polymath known as Varahamihira, who was considered as a great scientific scholar of mathematics, astronomy and astrology. The Brihat-samhita is written as an encyclopedia covering topics ranging from astronomy to divination and various arts such as architecture, agriculture and jewelry. The work is also known as in Sanskrit as Varāhamihira Bṛhatsaṃhitā (वराहमिहिर बृहत्संहिता).
The Chemistry of Essential Oils and Artificial Perfumes Vol. II
Ernest John Parry's important work written in 1908.