Thursday, August 07, 2008

SMELL BAR (2)

For extracting the smells, I've mostly applied these methods: oil maceration and tincture.
The sunlight accelerates the process.



No. 1 White Clover (oil)


No. 2 Red Clover (oil)


No. 3 Spruce Leaves (oil)


No. 5 Yew (tincture)
Yew has been used as a medicinal tea among native Indians.


No. 6 Pine Leaves (tincture)


No. 7 Grass (tincture)


No. 8 White Clover (tincture)


No. 9 Queen Anne's Lace (tincture)


No.11 Parsley Flower (tincture)
No.12 Black Eyed Susan (tincture)
No.13 Tomato Leaves (oil)


chopping the garlic flowers


No.14 Coriander Flower (tincture)
No.15 Coriander Flower (oil)
No.16 Garlic Flower (oil)


No.19 Grass (oil)


No. 2 Red Clover (oil)
replacing the content


No. 4 Pine Leaves (water distillation)




all the flowers and leaves collected


the locator map and the recipe

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