Aromatic Botanicals come in many forms. Whether dried or fresh, various flower petals, foliage, fruits, resins, roots, and bark can all be used for aromatherapy.
Below are some examples of aromatic botanicals and the temperature range at which they can be used for aromatherapy.
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