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neroli

Fringe medicine
An essence from the bitter or sour orange tree which, in the pseudoscience of flower essence therapy, is said to calm the nerves, relieve anxiety and induce sleep.
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The Jo Malone Basil and Neroli collection will be available from September 1 priced between [euro]34 for the body and handwash to [euro]109 for the 100ml cologne.
An alluring blend of sophistication, La Yuqawam Orchid Prairie and Tobacco Blaze men series offers a leading note of Neroli, Muget Saffron, cascades down to Violet, Apricot, Accord, Coumarine, Amber and Cedar wood, and ends with patchily, leather and pure Indian Oud.
Hypnotik's developers spent years perfecting its innovative mix of ingredients, hand-selecting Neroli flowers for oil that would become the cornerstone of its formula.
Given that it has 15 ingredients, ranging from neroli oil to fluid extract of cocoa, I don't think the manufacturers need worry too much about us trying that one at home.
Chanel Sycomore ($190, Chanel) is a classic combination of neroli, honeysuckle, cedar and sandalwood.
They add life to the agency discussions by using an in-depth case study of a medium-sized Turkish fashion firm (Neroli) that produces and sells a full range of leather goods and clothing through the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.
Ergo Tapestry Collection Candle in Neroli, $22, ergocandle.com Looks aren't everything--unless you're a good-lookin' candle.
Other calming oils to try are chamomile, tangerine, bergamot, sandalwood, and neroli. Using your sense of smell to guide your choices is the best way to add to your collection, as most aromatherapists believe that the body knows what it needs.
Sleep Perchance to Dream is a spritzer for your pillow that helps you sleep, quiets breathing, and has nature's mesmerizing aromas, including valerian, warm cinnamon, and sedating neroli, $20, by Origins, 3.
ANF state secretary, Neroli Ellis, said the results came as no surprise to nurses.
Sleep-promoting oils--including bergamot, chamomile, clary sage, frankincense, geranium, lavender, melissa, mandarin, neroli (orange blossom), rose, sandalwood, and tangerine--can be inhaled, rubbed on the skin with massage oil or lotion, or used in bath water.
HHHH H | Korres Neroli Iris Shower Gel, PS8: It's a cream, but it foams like gel, so you get the best of both worlds.