By distilling a mixture of essential oil of lavender and rectified spirit; and the other—2.
The latter absorbs the essential oil, from which it is easily removed.
The natural compounds of resin and essential oil forming the vegetable balsams and turpentines.
When it begins to cool, mix with it a few drops of any essential oil.
It is called isoterebenthene and has a smell of essential oil of lemons.
The essential oil of the wood, dissolved in spirit, was regarded by Hoffmann as one of the best cordials and invigorants known.
Constituent of essential oil of Myrtus communis, L.—Clear, colorl.
Collected from the surface of the water in the still, after the distillation of the essential oil of nutmegs.
The perfume of any essential oil will prevent mouldiness from ink, paste, preserves, &c.
On distillation it yields an essential oil that is exceedingly fragrant.
essential oil n.
A volatile oil, usually having the characteristic odor or flavor of the plant from which it is obtained, used to make perfumes and flavorings.
Any of various volatile liquids, such as rose oil or lavender oil, that have a characteristic odor and are produced by plants. Essential oils are composed primarily of terpenes and of lesser quantities of alcohols, aldehydes, esters, phenols, and other compounds that impart particular odors or flavors. They are used to make perfumes, soaps, flavorings, and other products.