Combining essential oils is a great way to create new blends for a variety of reasons. And it seems there are as many ways to go about combining as there are unique combinations! This post is about an uncommon method called As Above, So Below.
Essential oils are distilled from leaves, stems and twigs; flowers and flower buds, fruit or peels; wood or bark; resins, oleoresins, or gums; roots, rhizomes, or bulbs; seeds, kernels, or nuts. And just as the source of the oil varies, so do their resulting aromas: light, mild, medium, strong, and very strong.
Blending essential oils can be as simple as combining 2 or 3 of your favorite oils. Moreover, it can actually be a scientific process of creating the perfect harmony of aromas and chemical make ups. In this article, we’ll address the method of essential oil blending by botanical family. Understanding Taxonomy In science, the practice ... Read more
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