More plant essences used in perfume

Flowers, stems, roots, leaves, fruits, bark, grains and seeds are harvested to extract the key elements of aromatic essential oils. Flowers are the basis of perfumery. Among them, the rose is the most popular. Lavender is another emblematic flowers in perfumery.

Are extracted from lavender dyes and essential oils that are the basis for perfumes, scented soaps and water. The violet has similar properties. Its delicate perfume can give an exquisite touch of class. Another flower of great importance in the manufacture of perfumes is geranium, whose unique quality is to produce different notes with the variety odoriferous.

The plants also provide essences from leaves and stems. This group include patchouli, myrtle and mint. Among the highlights wood sandalwood and cinnamon. And the fruit used in perfumery are more orange, tangerine, lemon, lime, grapefruit, apricots, peaches, plums and almonds.

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