By Jeanne Rose
Eucalyptus Part 2 Synopsis ~ Includes properties, uses, how to use the herb and oil, chemistry, tomato tales, history, references, precautions, blending and formulas for health and well-being.2
By Jeanne Rose
Eucalyptus Part 1 Synopsis ~ Eucalyptus leaves have been used for thousands of years, there are many species, that support the health of your body; the blog contains
Pure salt consists of two elements sodium and chlorine. Its chemical name is sodium chloride and its formula is NaCl. Its mineral name is halite. Table salt is a
CO2 Extracts for Perfumery & Skin Care
A Compilation of Data
Synopsis: CO2 Extract (Carbon dioxide extracts) are closer in composition to the oil as it occurs in the botanical plant than
Synopsis: Perfumes for one with refined tastes who enjoys fine scent, food and drink.
The Gourmet Perfumery – Part 2
Perfumery That Smells Like Food
What is Natural (Botanical) Perfumery? It is the
Synopsis:for someone with refined tastes who enjoys fine scent, food and drink. Discussed are Bitter Almond, Cacao, Coffee, Cognac, Ginger root, Vanilla and even Tobacco.
Photo by Jeanne Rose
Vanilla in all its forms is an essential ingredient in skin care, perfumery, culinary, and emotional needs. The following is Jeanne Rose’s profile of this essential plant.
Vanilla. Common Name/Latin Binomial:
Synopsis: An ambitious discussion of the essential oil of the grass Vetivert from the rootlets, its uses, growth, description, organoleptic qualities and uses of the essential oil.
A Vetivert basket
In the early part of 1996, while preparations were underway to produce the first World of Aromatherapy Conference as the President of NAHA, a fascinating letter arrived at my
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Here's our own list:
~ Essential Oils ~
ambretta, black pepper, carrot seed, cinnamon, clary sage, ginger, fennel, frankincense, gardenia, geranium, hyssop, jasmine, juniper, myrrh, neroli,