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16. Kaffir Lime Peel (Citrus hystrix DC. - Thailand)

The sedative yet uplifting character is excellent for anxiety, depression and nervous tension. A combined cooling and refreshing quality seems to allay anger and frustration, probably by decreasing the action of the sympathetic nervous system. Also helpful with respiratory infections, which may include breathing difficulties. Excellent for using with the hair-care products in order to reduce hair falling and healing scalp. Strong sunlight to be avoided after use as it increases photo-sensitivity of the skin. Blend well with Cypress, Eucalyptus and Lavender.


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17. Labdanum 10% (Cistus ladaniferus - Spain)

Labdanum is the fragrance of perfumed prophecies; this warm, amber elixir is the absolute version of Rock Rose Essential Oil. The ancient Egyptians have burned it as fragrant incense. Similar in scent to musk and ambergris, Labdanum is a sought-after absolute used in perfumery to emulate some of the worlds most precious fragrances. It has powerful, characteristic amber odor. The only plant to have amber notes similar to those of ambergris, it is also known as vegetable ambergris, which found mainly in southern Spain, in Andalusia.


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18. Lavandin (Lavandula hybrida grosso - France)

Lavandin is a hybrid between True Lavender and Spike Lavender. The yield of this oil is normally 2-3 times higher than True Lavender that cause the oil is much cheaper and now is increasingly cultivated. Should not be confused with Lavender, Lavandin is not suitable for skin burn treatment just like lavender due to high content of Camphor and Eucalyptol. It's good for refreshing in the bath for respiratory system and very effective as an inhalation for colds, catarrh, sinusitis and clearing headaches. It's also good for muscular pain and stifffness.


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19. Lavender Abs. 10% (Lavandula angustifolia - France)

This Fine or Population Lavender absolute is from Provence, southern of France. This product is different to Lavender Provence essential oil because it's extracted by solvent extraction process instead of traditional steam distillation process, so, it is not an essential oil but it's an absolute. The aroma of this lavender absolute is much better than lavender essential oil as it has the scent exactly the same as lavender flowers just like you're standing in the lavender field. This absolute is suitable for making perfume of lavender instead of making skincare products.


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20. Lemon (Citrus limon - Spain)

Lemon is a useful essential oil in many ways. Its haemostatic properties helps to stop bleeding and, combined with its bactericidal properties, this means that lemon is excellent in a wash for cuts and grazes. It is also detoxifying and good in lymphatic drainage massage. Lemon is tonic of the circulatory system and cleanses the blood, helpful for varicose veins. It helps to prevent emotional outbursts and helps spring-clean the mind. It


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21. Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus - Thailand)

Very useful for stimulating, reviving and in states of exhaustion. Lifts the spirits and gets things moving again. A revitalizing action makes it a good tonic for the body. It gives a boost to the parasympathetic nerves, which aid recovery from illness stimulating glandular secretions and the muscles in digestion. Encourages appetite and could be helpful with colitis, indigestion and gastro-enteritis. Excellent for aching muscles, relieves pain and make them suppler since it helps to eliminate lactic acid and stimulate circulation. Good for using as insect repellent.


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22. Lime (Citrus aurantifolia - South Africa)

Lime has a similar action to the other citrus essential oils, and is therefore useful for lymphatic drainage massage, oily skin and acne. It has antiseptic, anti-viral, astringent, bactericide, febrifuge and tonic properties. Lime is also a good digestive tonic. Psychologically, lime is refreshing and uplifting, helping to relieve fatigue, apathy and depression. It adds an interesting note to mood perfumes and massage oils. Do not use if you have very sensitive skin or before exposure to sunlight. Blend well with other citruses, lavender, geranium, rosemary and cypress.


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23. Manuka 10% (Leptospermum scoparium - New Zealand)

This oil from New Zealand is very valuable one. It has a long history of use by the Maori people for bronchitis, rheumatism and similar conditions. The colourless essential oil extracted by steam distillation from the leaves. The smell is very sweet and gentle. It has antiviral, anti-fungal and highly bactericidal. It can be used for all respiratory tract infections: colds, catarrh, sinusitis, bronchitis, etc. It's also excellent antiseptic for use on the skin, treating acne and oily skin conditions. This oil blend well with Lavender and Tea Tree for effective result.


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24. May Chang (Litsea cubeba - Indonesia)

May Chang or called "Litsea Cubeba" is native to China. The lemon-scented oil is extracted from the fruits and very rich in citral with some linalol. Litsea cubeba is valuable in skin care as it is non-irritant, very antiseptic and effective in treating oily skin, acne and spots with no risk of phtosensitivity, it's widely used as a replacement of citrus oils in facial application. It reduces excessive perspiration and it's refreshing scent can be used as a very good deodorant. Being antiseptic and deodorising, May Chang is very suitable to use as an air-refreshener.


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25. Mimosa Abs. 10% (Acacia decurrens - India)

Mimosa absolute is solvent extracted from fresh flowers of the plant. The aroma is fresh, floral, powdery, soft and beautiful sweet honey-like heart note that is very popular in perfumery. The absolute is thick green solid so we dilute 10% of the pure absolute with 99.8% food grade ethanol for easily use. Mimosa absolute is excellent perfume ingredient for floral note and highly recommend as it's quite rarely find in the market. The absolute blend well with Lavender and especially Neroli. Recommend percentage is 0.05%-1.00% in the formula.


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26. Myrrh 10% (Commiphora myrrha - Kenya)

Myrrh is the first choice to treat athletes foot, chronic wounds, ulcers and gum infections, and can also be used as a tincture. Its healing reputation stretches back more than four thousand years. Overall, myrrh is healing, soothing and restorative. Myrrh is excellent in skin care, and is especially recommended for use in hand creams and on inflamed skin conditions. It is calming and soothing and good for all stress-related conditions and anxiety. Psychologically, myrrh inspires peace and tranquility. Like frankincense, it is excellent for meditation.


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27. Niaouli (Melaleuca quniquenervia veridiflora - Madagascar)

Niaouli is a relative of Tea Tree. It has a gentler, less effective action, but is well tolerated by the skin, making it valuable in a local wash for cleaning wounds. Its vulnerary and antiseptic properties help the wound heal cleanly and quickly. Its gentle action also makes niaouli good for treating urinary-tract infections, thrush and cystitis. Niaouli is good in steam inhalations and baths for coughs, colds, flu, sinusitis and bronchitis. Psychologically, niaouli has powerful stimulant, vaporized in a burner it will help keep the mind clear and alert.


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28. Nutmeg (Myristica fragrans - Indonesia)

Nutmeg is the kernel of the fruit, native to Java and Sumatra. This oil has been recommended to combined with Clove and Rosemary for relieving rheumatic pain. This is certainly a powerful and effective blend, but is should be used with care as it is very stimulating. Nutmeg makes an agreeable addition to winter blends of oils for warming and generally toning up the body, and strengthening its resistance to cold. Nutmeg is also a stimulant of the heart and circulation, another reason for not recommend to those who have high blood pressure problem.


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29. Palmarosa (Cymbopogon martini - Nepal)

Palmarosa is much used in all skin-care preparations for its lovely fragrance, sebum-balancing and hydrating properties. It also helps to regenerate healthy new cells. Palmarosa is suited to all skin types, but is especially good for dry and slightly damaged skin, making it a useful addition to face creams, body lotions and hand creams. The oil is balancing, refreshing and soothing. A good digestive stimulant, Palmarosa is recommended in local massage and bath for sluggish digestion and loss of appetite, and it may be useful for anorexia nervosa.


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30. Patchouli (Pogostemon cablin - Indonesia)

Patchouli has always been extensively used in perfumes and deodorants. It is a powerful aphrodisiac, and adds a sensuous, erotic, oriental note to mood perfumes. It is excellent in skin care, patchouli heals inflammation, dermatitis, sores, eczema and other skin conditions, and is particularly suited to mature and oily skins. It helps to regenerate healthy new skin cells. Psychologically, patchouli is soothing, stabilizing and slightly hypnotic. It is excellent for reducing stress and for alleviating anxiety and depression. Good for using in massage oils.


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