fragrances

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    2014-09-07
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: A perennial evergreen subshrub up to 45 cms high with a woody root and much-branched upright stem. It has small, grey-green, oval, aromatic leaves […]
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    2014-09-07
    GENERAL DESCRIPTIONS: A perennial herb with smooth narrow leaves; an erect stem up to 1,2 metres tall, and small yellow-green, inconspicuous flowers. DISTRIBUTION: Native to Europe, […]
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    2014-09-07
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: An annual herb up to 45 cms high with slender, erect, slightly hairy stems, linear leaves and small, pale lilac flowers. DISTRIBUTIONS: Native to […]
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    2014-09-07
      The oil is steam distilled or water distilled from the coarsely powdered wood of billets and roots of Santalum Album, a comparatively small tree. The […]
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    2014-09-07
    A perennial herb, native to the Mediterranean regions of southern Europe and Asia Minor. Grows well at sunny, dry areas.There are many varieties grown mostly as […]
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    2014-09-07
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION A shrubby evergreen bush up to 2 metres high with silvery-green, needle-shaped leaves and pale blue flowers. The whole plant is strongly aromatic. DISTRIBUTION […]
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    2014-09-07
      GENERAL DESCRIPTION A tall evergreen tree, up to 40 metres high with a flat crown. It has a reddish-brown, deeply fissured bark, long stiff needles, […]
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    2014-09-07
    DESCRIPTION: Commonly used as a flavouring ingredient and beverage tea, peppermint aids in digestive activities due to its active ingredients of menthol and carvone. Considered one […]
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    2014-09-07
      GENERAL DESCRIPTION: A biennial or short-lived perennial herb up to 70 cms high with crinkly bright green foliage, small greenish-yellow flowers and producing small brown […]
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    2014-09-07
      Also known as Parsley Leaf Oil, this oil is produced by steam distillation of the top of the flowering parsley plant, Petroselinum Sativum. Parsley is […]
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    2014-09-07
    What makes the Hungarian oregano oil so special? There are many kinds of Oregano, and quite a few varieties are used for extraction of essential oils. […]
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    2014-09-07
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    2014-09-07
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: A perennial herb with a simple stem up to 1 metre high, with finely dissected leaves giving a lacy appearance, bearing numerous pinky-white, dense […]
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    2014-09-07
    Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis), not to be confused with bee balm, Monarda species, is a perennial herb in the mint family Lamiaceae, native to southern Europe […]
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    2014-09-05
    This herb belongs to the Parsley family, looks like a huge Parsley. The romans introduced in to Europe from today’s Iran, Afganishtan & Southwest Asia. Its […]
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    2014-09-05
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: A large perennial herb up to 2 metres high with a stout hollow stem and dense ornamental foliage. It has a thick fleshy root […]
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    2014-09-05
      GENERAL DESCRIPTION: A tender bushy perennial plant (cultivated as an annual in colder climates), up to 60 cms high with a hairy stem, dark green […]
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    2014-09-05
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION an evergreen tree up to 20 metres high with dark green, glossy leaves and black berries; often cultivated as an ornamental shrub. DISTRIBUTION Native […]
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    2014-09-05
      GENERAL DESCRIPTION An evergreen woody shrub, up to 1 metre tall, with pale green, narrow, linear leaves and flowers on blunt spikes of a beautiful […]
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    2014-09-05
      Lavandin is a hybrid plant, developed by crossing the true lavender plant (Lavandula Officinalis) with the aspic or spike lavender. The resulting plant is called […]
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    2014-09-05
    The best oil is steam distilled from the crushed, dried or partially dried, ripe berries (fruits). The shrub, Juniperus communis, grows wild all over Central and […]
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    2014-09-05
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: An attractive perennial, almost evergreen subshrub up to 6O cms high with a woody stem, small, lanceshaped leaves and purplish-blue flowers. DISTRIBUTION: Native to […]
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    2014-09-05
      GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Perennial creeping, twining herb up to 8 metres high, which bears male and female flowers on separate plants. It has dark green, heart-shaped […]
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    2014-09-05
      GENERAL DESCRIPTION A strongly aromatic herb, up to 0,6 metres high with a much-branched stem, woody at the base. The brightly coloured, daisy-like flowers become […]
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    2014-09-05
      Description There are several aromatic pelargoniums. This particular variety grows to about two feet high, has serrated, pointed leaves and small pink flowers. The whole […]
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    2014-09-05
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Biennial or perennial herb up to 2 metres high, with feathery leaves and golden yellow flowers. There are two main varieties of fennel: bitter […]
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    2014-09-05
    A 40–60 cm high a nnual herb in the celery family. The leaves are widely used as a spice for fish dishes, soups and pickles. If […]
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    2014-09-05
    Dill Seed Oil is steam distilled from the crushed dried, mature fruit of Anethum graveolens. It is cultivated in the USA, Hungary, Holland, Italy, England, Germany, […]
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    2014-09-05
      Cumin is the dried seed of the herb Cuminum cyminum, a member of the parsley family. The cumin plant grows to 30–50 cm (0.98–1.6 ft) […]
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    2014-09-05
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: A strongly aromatic annual herb about 1 metre high with bright green delicate leaves, umbels of lacelike white flowers, followed by a mass or […]
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    2014-09-05
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: A strongly aromatic annual herb about 1 metre high with bright green delicate leaves, umbels of lacelike white flowers, followed by a mass or […]
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    2014-09-05
      GENERAL DESCRIPTION Stout biennial or perennial herb up to 1 metre high with large, hairy leaves, green with a hint of purple, and small blue […]
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    2014-09-02
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: A small, stocky, perennial herb, up to 25cms high, with a much-branched hairy stem, half spreading or creeping. It has feathery pinnate leaves, daisy-like […]
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    2014-09-02
    BOTANICAL NAME: Matricaria recutica. Also called M. chamomilla, camomile, blue chamomile, matricaria, Hungarian chamomile, sweet false chamomile, single chamomile, chamomile blue (oil). GENERAL DESCRIPTION: An annual, […]
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    2014-09-02
      GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Annual or biennial herb, with a small, inedible tough whitish root. It has a much-branched stem up to 1,5 metres high with hairy […]
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    2014-09-02
      The name cardamom is used for herbs within two genera of the ginger family Zingiberaceae, namely Elettaria and Amomum. Both varieties take the form of […]
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    2014-09-02
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION: A biennial herb up to 0,75 metres high with a much-branched stem, finally cut leaves and umbels of white flowers, with a thick and […]
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    2014-09-02
    GENERAL DESCRIPTION A tender annual herb, with very dark green, ovate leaves, greyish-green beneath, an erect square stem up to 60 cms high, bearing whorls of […]
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    2014-09-02
      True Anise Oil is steam distilled from the dried and crushed fruits (seeds) of the annual herb, Pimpinella anisum. The herb originated in the Near […]
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    2014-09-02
    The oil is distilled by steam from the seeds (fruits) of the same plant which yields angelica roots. The seeds are produced in the third year […]
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    2014-09-02
    The oil is distilled from the dried roots of Angelica Archangelica, a tall plant which is cultivated in Belgium, Holland, France, Germany, Hungary, and Northern India. […]