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    Wintergreen Oil and Birch Bark Oil, Some Uses



    • Brenda Ashlock

      Wintergreen Oil and Birch Bark Oil, Some Uses. So why have I put these two oils together? Surprisingly enough, Wintergreen (Gaultheria fragrantissima) and Birch Bark (Betula lenta) oils are interchangeable in so many ways, even by their scents. The scent is sharp, sweet, and minty. Makes you think of breath mints, snow, and pine trees. Aromatic influence: Elevating and opening, increasing awareness in the sensory system. Combine well with: Oregano, Thyme, Ylang ... Read More »

    • Heidi C

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