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  • adj. Of or pertaining to the terpenes


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  • All essential oils or essences can be divided into three classes: (i) terpenic (ii) oxygenated and (iii) sulphurized.

    Aromatherapy, Essential Oils and Benefits

  • Water is a chemical, alcohol is a chemical; hazelnut oil—which presumably makes up a sizable fraction of "hazelnut nectar"—contains fatty acids, triacylglycerides, waxes, sterols, methyl-sterols, terpenic and aliphatic alcohols, tocopherols, tocotrienols and hydrocarbons composition here.

    Chemical beer review: Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectar

  • Well, try Cherry Blossom, Osmanthus and Alaia flower – the last is one I have ever heard of being used in a perfume, and the note description on DSH perfumes is as follows: “A very unusual Chinese flower note with a bright terpenic / lemony hit in the top note mixed with cured fruit, green apple and an earthy musky feel in the drydown.”

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • KREPINSKY, J. and HEROUT, V. (1962) Isolation of terpenic compounds from Solidago canadensis L. Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences,

    Chapter 5


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