Tag - essential oils

Caulophyllum Inophyllum

See the section on Carrier Oils in “Guidelines” chapter.
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Spikenard

Mentioned in the Bible in the Song of Solomon, spikenard was used by the ancient Egyptians and the Romans for nardinum ointment. Spikenard is the same heady oil lavishly poured over the feet of Christ by Mary Magdalene. It remains very expensive...

Cedarwood

This North American tree scents soap and cologne, although it has lost popularity since the 19th century, when even cedarwood “matches” were burned for their scent. The oil makes the wood resistant to wool moths and other insects...

Celery

Celery extensively flavors food, as well as alcoholic and soft drinks. It also scents soaps and some cosmetics. Family: Apiaceae (Umbelliferae) Extraction: Distilled from flower heads, celery’s scent is warm, spicy and sweet. The absolute is...

Cellulite

Cellulite, a French word which causes dread in the heart of most women, describes a distressing cosmetic defect mainly of the thighs - and, very occasionally, the neck - where the subcutaneous tissue is disturbed.

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