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Oil of Amyris Amyris balsamifera West Indies So called West Indies Sandalwood Oil. Not as nice as Mysore Sandalwood Oil. It is from a different botanical source but employed as a replacement for the Mysore in blending.
Oil of Angelica Root and Seed Archangelica officinalis France. Both the root and seed of Angelica are used as a flavoring and as a perfume base note. The oil gives a musk-like note upon dry down in perfumes. Angelica seed oil is sweeter than that from...
Oil of Angelica Seed Archangelica officinalis France. Both the root and seed of Angelica are used as a flavoring and as a perfume base note. The oil gives a musk-like note upon dry down in perfumes. Angelica seed oil is sweeter than that from the root
Oil of Anise Pimpinella anisum Spain Cultivated ( USP). Warm, pleasant and sweet. Traditional flavoring material. Thought by some to be an aphrodisiac. Digestive aid, heart stimulant. Attracts fish.
Oil Atlas Cedar Cedrus atlantica Morocco. Described as a healing and regnerative oil. Not to be used during pregnancy. Effective for oily skin and scalp. Wonderful in perfumes, and candles.
Balsam Peru Genuine Myroxylon pereirae South and Central America. Warm vanilla-like fragrance. Very thick, dark brown and slow pouring. At one time, Balsam Peru was used to combat scabies. Excellent fixitive for perfumes. Soluble in alcohol and blends...
Oil of Balsam Peru Myroxylon pereirae Central & South America. Similar qualities in fragrance and use to the Genuine. Perhaps easier to work with. Less effective as a fixative.
Oil of Basil (Sweet) Ocimum basilicum Commores. Cultivated A welcome addition to some perfumes, even more welcome in sauces of all types. Fantastically fragrant, and is said to aid digestion.
Oil of Basil (Sweet) Ocimum basilicum Spain. Organically grown. A welcome addition to some perfumes, even more welcome in sauces of all types. Fantastically fragrant, and is said to aid digestion.
Oil of Bay WI Pimento recemosa West Indies. Said to repel insects. Used to flavor foods and alcoholic beverages. Good addition to spice type colognes and perfumes. Soothes itching.
Benzoin Powder Styrax tonkinensis Siam. Powdered Gum Benzoin. This is pure benzoin powder with no anti-caking agents or other additives. Excellent fixitive, warm vanilla -like note.
Benzoin Resinoid Styrax tonkinensis Siam. Extracted from Gum Benzoin. Extremely thick and gooey. Can be used to make "tincture" benzoin. Excellent fixitive, warm vanilla -like note.
Our bergamot essential oil is extracted from the tree Citrus aurantium var. bergamia (also known as C. bergamia), of the Rutaceae family and is also known as Bergamot orange. This fresh smelling essential oil is a favorite in aromatherapy and is great...
Oil of Bergamot Citrus bergamia Italy. In very low concentrations, this oil is thought to be soothing to skin irritations. Traditional citrus top note in European perfumes and colognes. A flavoring in Earl Grey tea.
Oil of Black Pepper Piper nigrum Madagascar, India. Wonderful addition to men's fragrances. Said to be energizing. Used as a flavoring.
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