an agent that excites sexual desire
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,
Buy local and sustainable within 100 miles of where you live, and then if this is not possible, buy what grows within your state or country. It is not ecological
The avocado you use should be fully ripe. If you buy several unripe ones for future use, let them mellow in your fruit bowl
SPA at Home - Health Through Water
The importance of essential oils and hydrosols is not that they occur in products or product making or in the SPA, but the foundations
A LITTLE ARTICLE that I cut out from I know not where states, "Sage for Odor Control". "Research on the feeding habits of deer
(Updated and Collected Info)
I have been collecting Ambergris samples and Ambergris information for years and here is an update. We use it in the Natural Botanical Perfumery class.
Ambergris gets it's
Common Name/ Latin Name/ Country of Origin:
Name. George Christopher Molesworth Birdwood who lived from 1832-1917 named the Olibanum or Frankincense plant, Boswellia carterii, aka B. carteri. The Latin binomial
Myrrh EO and CO2~ Essential Information
Oleo-gum-resin is a term that describes Myrrh. An Oleo-gum-resin is a solid plant exudation (as asafetida or myrrh) consisting of a mixture of volatile oil,
Synopsis: Pine profile with hydrosol, origin, storage, organoleptic and chemistry as well as collective information and aroma assessment. Formulas include perfume, skin care, hair care and stories.
Pine Needle Profile
Synopsis: Fir profile and specifics on use, history, and aroma of several Fir trees and includes chemistry and hydrosol.
Fir – Abies alba and Abies balsamea
Essential Oil & Hydrosol Profile