Myrrh essential oil is obtained from an oleo-gum resin, and it has a wide range of therapeutic benefits. Learn about its history, properties and how to use it in aromatherapy . . .
For over 100 years, tuberose was one of the most expensive natural flower materials available to the perfumer, and was quite literally, worth its weight in gold. This was due to the excruciatingly slow and laborious method of obtaining tuberose oil known as ‘cold enfleurage’. This method is far too time consuming for our modern […]