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A base oil or fixed oil that is used for diluting essential oils before skin application. Most carrier oils are produced from vegetables, seeds, and nuts and are frequently used during massage therapy. An excellent moisturizer as well as transporter of essential oil benefits.
Most people start by using single essential oils and learn to combine them to make synergy blends.
Essential Oils falls within the following categories (example included):
Citrus (C) - Lemon
Earthy (E) - Patchouli
Floral (F) - Rose
Herbaceous (H) - Basil
Medicinal (C) - Eucalyptus
Minty (M) - Spearmint
Oriental (O) - Ginger
Spicy (S) - Cardamom
Woodsy (W) - Pine
When you start to blend essential oils keep the following in mind:
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Bergamot (Citrus bergamia) Essential Oil
Tourles [p.280-281], Worwood [p.536]
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