Some essential oils are expensive to produce because of the quantity of the plant material required to extract the oil, for example: 100 kilograms of Eucalyptus leaves produces approximately 10 litres of essential oil whilst 100 kilograms of Rose petals produces 100ml of Rose oil. To make them available at reasonable prices synthetic versions of the expensive oils are often produced – these are known as perfume or fragrant oils.
Most essential oils produced throughout the world today are used by the food flavouring, perfume and pharmaceutical industries. These essential oils are pure and natural, but have also been purified by further distillation and during this process some of the minor chemical constituents are discarded.
Amazing Scents only supply essential oils that conform to our standards of purity, distillation and quality and teach you to combine or synergise these oils to produce even bigger results.