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Aromatic Ylang-ylang Flower Essential Oil for Special Bonding among Couples and to Keep Lovers Happily Entwined Together

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The tropical cananga odorata tree is highly valued in Southeast Asian cultures for its fragrant ylang-ylang flowers. This aromatic plant is native to Indonesia, and is commonly grown in Makassar, the capital of Sulawesi Island. It is, therefore, often also called the 'Macassar oil plant'. The essential oil extracted from the cananga flower is widely ...

Indonesian Amulet Vial containing Fragrant Sandalwood Essential Oil for Aura Healing and Pusaka Cleaning

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The Indonesian amulet vial contains 10 ml of fragrant sandalwood essential oil. The oil has been extracted from the aromatic wood of East Indian sandalwood (Lat. Santalum album) trees in Mojokerto, East Java, Indonesia. The heartwood of this particular species is white (hence album). The use of sandalwood is recorded in ancient Indian literature, such ...

Magic Liquid Preparation of Saffron Oil to Increase Libido and Sexual Stamina

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Saffron oil has been used by Indonesian shamans (dukun) since ancient times. Likewise, saffron extract is widely used in traditional Indonesian medicine. It is considered a highly efficacious remedy in regard to alternative medical treatment for various sexual health ailments, including menstrual cramps and premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Similarly, the healing effects of saffron can help ...

Peruvian Precious Fire Opal Gemstone in Silver Ring

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Along with white and black opals, fire opal belongs to the precious opals category. Unlike common opals, their precious counterparts are rarer and have a higher value. The most significant fire opal deposits in the world lie in Mexico. Hence this particular gemstone is often also referred to as Mexican fire opal. But the precious ...

Blue Purplish Tanzanite Gemstone (AAA Quality) mounted on an Antique Germanium Ring

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Tanzanite is a rare mineral that is found only in Tanzania, East Africa. The color of this gem ranges from blue to violet, with the deep blue purplish being the rarer variant and therefore more valuable. When mineral tanzanite is observed at different angles it appears in three different colors, namely: blue, purple, and shades ...