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Almond oil

Almond oil

a fixed oil expressed from sweet almonds, the kernels of varieties of prunus amygdalus; used in ointments.

bitter almond oil, a volatile oil from the dried ripe kernels of bitter almonds and from other kernels containing amygdalin; it contains between 2 and 4% of hydrocyanic acid and 95% of benzaldehyde.


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Re: fiber/hair moving thru water

... and little dots that are visible to my naked eye. I covered my head in almond oil tonight and it hasn't helped much. The feeling is the worst at night. I fear going to sleep. ...

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by Maragoldie
Wed May 04, 2011 5:20 am
 
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Peaches and Almonds?

a friend of mine says that there is a tiny almond hiding inside the endocarps of peaches, plums, and cherries we in the business ... var. amara ). It's fruits are unedible however used in extraction of almond oil valuable for perfumery, pharmaceutical and food industry. What is interesting, ...

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Wed Sep 06, 2006 6:21 pm
 
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