About Plants for Making Perfume

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Plants can be grown for perfume-making purposes, including plants such as rosemary, lavender, sage and other herbs, all of which can be made into a tincture. Grow a variety of plants specifically for perfume-making with helpful advice from a natural perfume producer in this free video on perfumes.

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Hi, I'm Stephanie, from Stephanieknaturals.com and I'm going to tell you about plants for making perfume. There are a few plants that I grow in little pots just for perfume making purposes. And, what I can do with these plants is to tincture them, or fuse them in oil. This is a little Rosemary tincture from my little bitty Rosemary plant, I just cut off some sprigs and I put them in alcohol and you can see how it's actually turned, the liquid a nice, dark green. And, if you could smell it, you could see that it has a very nice aroma. A little bit different than the plant itself, but it's got its own, its own aromatic profile of its own. So, it's really neat to grow plants just for perfume making, as you can get some very different effects than if you use the oils that are produced from plants, when they're distilled or softened, extracted.


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