essential oil

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(Tıp) uçucu yağ
(Gıda) esansiyel yağ
bitkilerden elde edilen uçucu yağ
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Esans: Bitkilerden türlü yollarla çıkarılan veya kimyasal yöntemlerle yapılan, kokulu ve uçucu yağ: "İçlerinden biri, galiba esmerleri, bir esans sürmüştü."- H. Taner
essential oils
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A volatile oil, used to make perfumes and flavourings, especially one having the characteristic odour of the plant from which it is obtained
A plant extract that has a distinctive odour or flavour
The volatile and aromatic liquid or semi-solid obtained from a single botanical, primarily through the distillation, expression or extraction process Generally, it constitutes the odorous principles of a plant, having the taste or smell of the original botanical used However, essential oils do not always have the same properties as the whole plant from which it was derivied from as certain parts of the plant are used to produce the essential oil
A liquid that is generally distilled (usually by steam) from a plant Essential oils, contrary to the use of the "oil," are not really oily at all Most essential oils are clear, but some oils such as patchouli, orange and lemongrass are amber or yellow in color
An oil infused with a high concentration of herbal constituents (i e tea tree oil)
Commercially available volatile oil extracted from plants by steam distillation and containing a mixture of active constituents; highly aromatic and highly concentrated
The highly concentrated, volatile, aromatic essences of plants Information on specific essential oils can be found in the Single Essential Oil page
The essence extracted from flowers, plants, herbs, leaves, fruits, woods and gums by steam distillation or other methods of extraction
A scented plant oil used in many herbal medicines
The essence of a plant, removed by compressing, steaming, dissolving or distilling These oils produce the strongest odors, flavors, or medicinal properties when used in a product
natural oil extracted from natural substance (such a plant, flower or fruit) which gives the plant or flower or fruit its characteristic odors (used for making perfumes, flavorings, etc.)
A volatile material derived from odorous plant materials from a single botanical form As such, EOs generally constitute the odorous principles of the plants in which they exist EOs are either distilled (water, steam or dry) or expressed Because EOs are highly concentrated, care should be used when handling them We carry hundreds of essential oils, ranging from Agarwood to Ylang Ylang
an oil collected in the water distillate during the production and concentration of fruit juices Upon seperation from the water, the remaining oil contains the highly volatile top notes of natural juices Essential oils are normally liquid, but in some cases may be solid, depending on temperature They are the essence of plants
an oil having the odor or flavor of the plant from which it comes; used in perfume and flavorings
High-grade oil extracted from the flowers, seeds, bark, leaves, and other parts of plants Serious aromatherapy practitioners consider not just the source of the oil, but how it was extracted (e g , steam distillation, solvent extraction, enfleurage) Many oils that are sold as "essential" are actually blends of artificial and natural materials Such oils might have very realistic aromas, but are not true essential oils
A volatile oil, usually having the characteristic odor or flavor of the plant from which it is obtained, used to make perfumes and flavorings. an oil from a plant that has a strong smell and is used for making perfume or in aromatherapy. Any of a class of highly volatile (readily evaporating) organic compounds found in plants and usually named for them (e.g., rose oil, peppermint oil). They have been known and traded since ancient times. Many essential oils contain isoprenoids. Some, such as oil of wintergreen (methyl salicylate) and orange oil (d-limonene), have one predominant component, but most have dozens or hundreds. Trace components impart an oil's characteristic odour, which synthetic or blended oils can rarely duplicate. Essential oils have three primary commercial uses: as odorants in perfumes, soaps, detergents, and other products; as flavours in baked goods, candies, soft drinks, and many other foods; and as pharmaceuticals, in dental products and many medicines (see aromatherapy)
The aromatic volatile liquid of the hop
A volatile substance contained in many plants giving them a characteristic scent, aroma and taste
A volatile oil extracted from plants, flowers, grass, stems, seeds, leaves, roots, bark, fruits, tree moss and trees
A plant oil which is extracted through a very complex process that generally yields very little product, making it costly to buy true essential oils It's a misconception to think of them as actually being oily because they rarely are These are called for often in rituals
essential oils
plural form of essential oil
essential oils
Pure plant distilates and extracts derived from the flowers, leaves, stems, berries, rinds, resins, or roots of plants These oils are the essense of the plant's smell; they make the plant smell the way it does Essential oils have long been used in folk medicine and aromatherapy for their many healing qualities
essential oils
are the volatile essences extracted from aromatic plants by steam, distillation, expression or solvent extraction Essential oils are applied topically or inhaled, and act on physical, emotional and psychological processes
essential oils
These are highly concentrated extracts obtained from various parts of the plant including flowers and leaves, berries, bark or citrus rinds, which carry unique therapeutic properties
essential oils
Refers to the volatile organic oils derived from plants, usually responsible for the smell of each particular plant Examples include Lavender oil and Tea Tree oil
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Naturally fragrant oils used in cosmetics, aromatherapy, medicine, perfumery, and flavoring
essential oils
Please see Aromatherapy Oils
essential oils
Potent, highly aromatic oils extracted from plants, then used topically in pure form or diluted in a carrier oil In aromatherapy, appropriate oils are selected to treat each patient's unique personality and needs, their different therapeutic effects (for example, calming, energizing, cleansing) working by skin absorption and smell
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aromatic structures extracted from roots, bark, flowers & grasses which are often used as part of a therapeutic treatment
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Aromatic liquid substances which are extracted from certain species of flowers, grasses, fruits, leaves, roots, and trees Used in aromatherapy, massage and facial products
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Essential oils are concentrated pure plant extracts obtained through distillation They have long been revered for their fragrance and therapeautic value We have chosen to use only pure essential oils instead of cheaper synthetic fragrance oils which do not offer the same unique properties, and hence do not have the same beneficial qualities for our skin There is some question as to whether or not these properties are still active once the essential oil has gone through the soap making process We have not found any conclusive answer to this However, in an age when we are bombarded with synthetics, we would like to offer a soap that is as close to nature as we can make it, and we feel it can only be beneficial to use essential oils in preference to man-made synthetics We do know that people who cannot tolerate synthetic fragrances are able to enjoy the refreshing scents of our soaps The essential oils we use are
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