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orange oil

[′är·inj ‚ȯil]
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The use of solvents improved the cleaning efficacy, but filling remnants were found in three thirds of the specimens treated with xylol and orange oil.
Consistent with studies involving ginger root oil (Shelly 2001) or orange oil (Shelly et al.
Gram positive bacteria were observed to be more sensitive as compare to gram negative bacteria for ajowan clove and orange oil whereas responses of both types of bacteria for eucalyptus oil were not statistically different (Table 3).
That was an absent-minded professor afterthought--I wanted the strength of the orange oil, the essence.
Orange oil is an essential oil produced by cells inside the rind of an orange fruit.
Ingredients: 10ml jojoba oil, 7 drops ylang-ylang oil, 6 drops cedar oil, 3 drops geranium oil, 4 drops orange oil, 2 drops vanilla abstract.
The commercial product Orange Guard Fire Ant Killer--approved for use in organic agriculture by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI)--also contains orange oil.
That was the lesson -- sort of -- at Lush Cosmetics in ABC Dbayeh, where staff members demonstrated Friday how one of their best-selling face masks, "Catastrophe," is made from a simple list of readily available ingredients: fresh blueberries, Irish moss (seaweed), glycerin, rose oil, almond oil, sweet orange oil, chamomile extract, water, talcum powder and calamine.
Garnish with drizzle of orange oil and cracked black pepper.
WRRC scientists were the first to identify alpha- and beta-sinensal as major contributors to the character and quality of orange oil, sweet orange oil, and mandarin oil.