The following links will lead you to these helpful articles
located within AromaWeb's Article
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Aromatic
Part 3: Therapeutic
With and Blending Thick Aromatic Oils
Most essential oils are thin in viscosity, meaning they
are almost of a water-like consistency. Some CO2s, absolutes,
balsams, resins and other botanical aromatics, however,
can be nearly solid at room temperature and are much
harder to work with, measure and blend. This articledescribes
and explores the options for working with thick oils.
Do you have a recipe that calls for an oil that you
don't have? Learn tips on how to best substitute an
oil that you don't have on hand with one that you do.