Italiano: Produrre Oli Essenziali, Español: hacer aceites esenciales, Deutsch: Ölessenzen herstellen, Português: Fazer Óleos Essenciais, Français: extraire des huiles essentielles, Русский: сделать эфирные масла, Nederlands: Etherische olie maken, 中文: 制作精油, Čeština: Jak vyrábět esenciální oleje, العربية: تحضير الزيوت العطرية, हिन्दी: बनायें सुगन्धित तेल, Tiếng Việt: Làm Tinh dầu, 日本語: エッセンシャルオイルを作る
Essential oils are highly concentrated oils that have a strong aroma. Sometimes they are called volatile aromatic oils because of their high concentration of the aromatic compounds. For example, the oil of “absolutes” is obtained from delicate flowers by either enfleurage or solvent extraction. Absolute oils often mimic the natural aroma of the plant and are also more colored and viscous than essential oils. (1)
Cumin oil, which is safe to use in your food, can cause blisters if you put it on your skin.  Citrus oils that are safe in your food may be bad for your skin, especially if you go out into the sun. And the opposite is true, too. Eucalyptus or sage oil may soothe you if you rub it on your skin or breathe it in. But swallowing them could can cause a serious complication, like a seizure.
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