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Vetivert

Vetivert definition, the aromatic oil derived from the roots of the vetiver. See more.

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MSDS Vetivert Oil Soap Kitchen
1. IDENTIFICATION OF SUBSTANCE/PREPARATION & COMPANY. PRODUCT NAME: Vetivert oil.
Other Uses, and Utilization of Vetiver: Vetiver Oil
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sandalwood and vetivert are also affective fixatives. Patchouli, eucalyptus, vetivert and citrus rind are considered 'enhancers".
CHEEKY HERBS
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
VETIVERT Haiti. X. VETIVERT Java.

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I have trouble going to sleep, so I'm going to get a bottle of Deep Relax (buy now), a blend of vetivert, chamomile, and sandalwood, and see if a bath or shower with the suggested amount every night really makes a difference.
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Aromatherapy Oils - Vetivert
Vetivert is known as the 'Oil of Tranquility' because of it's excellent calming action.
Vetivert: Benefits, Using Tips and Side Effects
Bourbon French Parfums - Men's Fragrances - Vetivert
Vetivert A deep, smoky, earthy scent. Fragrance Wardrobe. $62.
vetivert - definition of vetivert by the Free Online Dictionary
Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia, 0.03 sec. vet·i·vert (v t -vûrt ).
Vetivert oil (Vetiveria zizanoides) - information on the origin, source
Aug 22, 2011 Look at this page for all the information on vetiver oil, and what it can be used for.

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