from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A volatile oil, usually having the characteristic odor or flavor of the plant from which it is obtained, used to make perfumes and flavorings.
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- n. A volatile oil, used to make perfumes and flavourings, especially one having the characteristic odour of the plant from which it is obtained.
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- n. an oil having the odor or flavor of the plant from which it comes; used in perfume and flavorings
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The correspondence course consists of ten sections, covering such topics as the history of aromatics, essential oil production and purity, essential oil chemistry, the effects of essential oils on human physiology, psychoaromatherapy, pharmacology, treatment methods and applications, contraindications, and a detailed study of fifty-five essential oils and their biospecific therapeutic uses.
You can even create a Fresca-like refresher by adding a drop of grapefruit food-grade essential oil (see Resources) to lime flavored seltzer (or plain seltzer with a squeeze of lime), along with a smart sweetener.
Use aloe juice (healing and anti-inflammatory); a dash of apple-cider vinegar (restores optimum pH); a generous splash of strong green, chamomile, or licorice tea (anti-inflammatory and antioxidant); and a few drops of lavender essential oil (antimicrobial and calming).
DNA Skin Repair Complex by Solange Skincare revives dry, depleted skin, tightens pores, and promotes scar healing with a potent, concentrated blend of seaweed, gotu kola, horsetail, RNA, and DNA extracts in a pure essential oil base.
Dentarome Ultra Toothpaste and Thieve’s Mouthwash from Young Living Essential Oils incorporates a powerful essential oil blend including cinnamon, rosemary, lemon, wintergreen, and eucalyptus oils.
The crock had been collecting the essential oil as it dripped through a filter tube attached to the steeping vat.