April 29, 2012
Nut oils for aromatherapy – can I use them for cooking?
by Soapy Bubble
Question by : Nut oils for aromatherapy – can I use them for cooking?
I’m looking for alternative vegetable oils for cooking and salad dressings but most are quite expensive. I’ve seen cold-pressed nut oils on Amazon and eBay at a fraction of the price when included in the aromatherapy category. Would these oils be any different from the ones packaged as cooking oils? They are advertised as ‘pure’, so I’m wondering if there’s a difference.
Answer by Alli Sane
Mmm, I wouldn’t go for it. Better safe then sorry.
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Meditation Synergy Essential Oil Blend. 10 ml. 100% Pure, Undiluted, Therapeutic Grade. (Blend of: Ylang-ylang, Patchouli, Frankincense, Clary Sage, Sweet Orange and Thyme)
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Characteristics: The essential oils in this Meditation Type Synergy Blend are reputed to be good for promoting a meditative state. * Usage: This Synergy Blend is 100% Pure Essential Oils. We recommend a 3 to 5% dilution for topical body applications. * Cautions: It is possible that this blend may cause sensitivities; users are recommended to use this blend only in dilution and not as a replacement for traditional medicine.
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