A Guide to Essential Oils

A Guide to Essential Oils

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Essential oils are distilled from flowers, plant leaves, seeds, roots, resins, barks, or are
extracted from the rinds of citrus fruits. To make one pound of essential oil, it takes
almost 50 pound of plant material, but to make a single pound of oil, it takes 2,300
pounds of rose flowers. Essentials oils do not contain fatty acids, and hence are… See more details below

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Essential oils are distilled from flowers, plant leaves, seeds, roots, resins, barks, or are
extracted from the rinds of citrus fruits. To make one pound of essential oil, it takes
almost 50 pound of plant material, but to make a single pound of oil, it takes 2,300
pounds of rose flowers. Essentials oils do not contain fatty acids, and hence are not
susceptible to rancidity. However it is important to store them in dark, tightly sealed glass
bottles, and away from light, air, heat and heat sources. If essential oils are properly
stored, they can maintain their quality and essence for years.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016787350
Publisher:
qasim idrees
Publication date:
05/12/2013
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Format:
NOOK Book
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