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MoonDragon's Aromatherapy Information
Aromatherapy Oils
VERBENA ESSENTIAL OIL
Lemon Verbena

(Aloysia Citriodora, Aloysia Triphalla)


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  • Verbena (Lemon Verbena) Herbal & Oil Description
  • Verbena Uses, Health Benefits & Scientific Evidence
  • Verbena Dosage Information
  • Verbena Safety, Cautions & Interactions
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    VERBENA (LEMON VERBENA) HERBAL & Oil DESCRIPTION

    Verbena is also known as Lemon Verbena, Aloysia citriodora, Aloysia triphylla, Lippia Citriodora, Vervain, Lemon Beebrush, and Louisa Herb. The herb has derived its botanical name Aloysia triphylla from Maria Louisa, who was the princess of Parma and later wife of King Carlos IV of Spain. The term 'triphylla' actually denoted the arrangement of the leaves or phylla of the plant, which appear in vortexes of three or tri.

    Lemon verbena, sometimes called vervain, is generally acknowledged to be the most strongly scented and intense of the lemon scented plants. The scent has moved writers to poetry and prose in an effort to describe its essence, which is both crisp and relaxing at the same time. Because of its scent, Lemon Verbena is used in making perfumes and toilet water, as well as a flavoring in baking, jelly and preserving. The flavor of Lemon Verbena has been likened to a cross between licorice and camphor, and it is widely used as an herbal flavoring to replace oregano, particularly in fish and poultry dishes.

    Native to South America, Lemon Verbena (the shrub from which pure Verbena oil is extracted) was introduced to England in 1784 and Europe in 1700s (18th century) by the Spaniards, who grew it for its perfumed oil. It was used in the manufacture of cosmetics and perfumes until the time the inexpensive Lemongrass oil substituted it. Lemon Verbena found a comfortable home there, where the deciduous bushes sometimes grow to fifteen feet in height in the Isle of Wight and in sheltered localities. The plant has an incredibly strong minty-citrus scent that is quite powerful when harvested fresh, however the dried Lemon Verbena is less over-powering and more subtle. The leaves are very fragrant, lanceolate, arranged in threes, 3 to 4 inches long with smooth margins, pale green in color, having parallel veins at right angles to the mid-rib and flat bristles along the edges. The many small flowers are pale purple, blooming during August in slim, terminal panicles. The leaves, which have been suggested to replace tea, will retain their odor for years and are used in perfumery. They should be gathered at flowering time. If the plant is not grown in full sunlight, it will grow tall and thin and will be deprived of the essential oils enclosed by normal Lemon Verbena shrubs.

    It is native to Chile and Peru, but grows quite contentedly in other places. It is used medicinally, as are many other plants with mint or camphor content.

    Today, this aromatic plant is cultivated in mild climates for its ornamental appeal and its leaves, which are gathered in late summer. The attractive and lemony fragrance of the leaves is used in teas and to scent herbal sachets and pillows. The plant's leaves also contain a strong lemon-scented volatile oil. Once extracted this oil is ued in a few high-quality perfumes. Because the Lemon Verbena plant yields only a little oil, it is seldom used to perfume soaps and bath salts. If the oil were less costly to produce, Verbena would certainly be a refreshing addition to many bath products.

    Undervalued as a medicinal herb (likely also the result of its expense), Verbena essential oil is believed to be quite stimulating to both the mind and spirit. When added to an aromatherapy lamp, Verbena essential oil may be an effective way to treat conditions such as stress, apathy and exhaustion.

    GROWING LEMON VERBENA

    Lemon Verbena thrives in almost all fairly rich soils provided the soil has a proper drainage system. This shrub has a preference for a light (loamy) soil and needs a sunlit, but sheltered position. Lemon Verbena also needs a climatic condition that is warm and humid. This species usually endures most winters in the open, provided the plants are grown in an appropriate position. Nevertheless, in most cases, lemon verbena plants are cut to the level of the ground and it sprouts once again from its base during the later part of spring or early part of summer. It is advisable that you provide an additional good, dense organic mulch to the plant as it will help to protect the shrubs better during the cold months. If the shrubs require any pruning, it is best to carry them out during spring. Lemon Verbena is particularly honey fungus resistant.

    Lemon Verbena is propagated by its seeds, which need to be sown in a greenhouse in the later part of spring. Simply cover the seeds and place them in a position where there is light ensuring that the compost does not dehydrate. When the seedlings have grown sufficiently to be handled, prick them individually and plant them in separate pots. Keep growing the seedlings in the pot inside a greenhouse for a minimum period of their first winter. You may transplant them in their permanent positions outdoors in early summer and provide some kind of shelter from cold for a minimum period of their first winter out in the open.

    Additionally, Lemon Verbena can also be propagated by means of softwood cuttings done in May or June and planted in a frame. At least for their first winter, the new plants need to be grown in a greenhouse and planted in their permanent positions outdoors during late spring when the last anticipated frost of the season has passed. Cuttings made from softwood root soon and without any problem, although some plants may be lost during their first winter. Cuttings on semi-mature wood should be done in August and planted in a frame. As in the case of softwood cuttings, these cuttings should also be grown in a greenhouse during their first winter and planted in their permanent positions outdoors after the last anticipated frost of the season.

    It is recommended that you should grow lemon verbena in a temperate and sheltered location since this species does not have the aptitude to endure frosts and requires protection during the winter months. However, the situation is somewhat different in the mildest regions where the shrubs are able to endure winter without extra protection. Unless you plan to grow this plant in a pot and keep it in a greenhouse or conservatory throughout their first winter, it is prudent to propagate the species from softwood or semi-hard wood cuttings. In fact, the plant will not grow to its maximum height when it is grown in a pot or container.

    The shrub may be pruned during mid-spring or you may get rid of the dead wood and cut the principal stems to approximately 12 inches from the ground level to ensure that the shrub remains compact. While it is possible to grow lemon verbena from its seeds, it is simpler to take cuttings of softwood during the later part of spring and grow them under the cover of glass throughout their first winter.

    Although the leaves of lemon verbena may be collected any time in the year, it is best to harvest them just when the herbs start blooming. Following collection, the leaves are usually dried up for use when necessary. The fresh leaves of this herb may be used to add essence to vinegar and oil.




    VERBENA USES, HEALTH BENEFITS & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

    CULINARY & AROMATIC USES

    Lemon verbena is native to South America, but has spread to many places around the world. This sun-loving perennial has a very strong lemon scent. When it flowers, it has bunches of very small white blossoms.

    When used in cooking it has a strong lemon flavor that is sweeter and more potent than lemon balm. Verbena is used in cooking to flavor sorbets, salad dressings, beverages, fish and poultry. The leaves of lemon verbena are sometimes cooked like spinach. However, generally the aromatic leaves of this herb are used in the form of a flavoring agent to add essence to salads, fruit salads and other similar items. As the leaves of Lemon Verbena possess a delicious lemony fragrance, it is loved by most people who use it for culinary purpose. In addition, a flavor and revitalizing tea is prepared with Lemon Verbena leaves. The dried out leaves of the herb hold on to their lemony aroma for several years. Delicately sliced tender leaves of the herb are added to drinks, confectionery, fruit puddings, cakes, apple jelly as well as home-made ice cream to add flavor and aroma. You may also infuse the leaves in finger bowls to enjoy their wonder aroma. A 2 to 3-inch cutting of Lemon Verbena placed directly on cod or pollock fillets of fish and baked makes a wonderful addition to the fish.

    The leaves are also used for perfume blends. It is used in many cosmetics and aromatics like potpourri. the essential oil enclosed by lemon verbena leaves is also widely used in perfumery and manufacture of cosmetics. On an average, the yield of this essential oil is 0.5 percent. Since it has been found that the use of Lemon Verbena essential oil may make the skin sensitive to exposure to sunlight, in many cases, the use of this oil has been substituted by an inexpensive tropical plant - Lemongrass (botanical name, Cymbopogon spp.).

    As even the dehydrated leaves of the herb hold on to their aroma for a long time, they are often used in potpourris or air freshener. The aroma of the growing herb works as an excellent repellent for flies, midges as well as other insects. In effect, when used in a concentration of about 1 to 2 percent, the essential oil obtained from lemon verbena is an effective insecticide.


    MOIST POTPOURRI RECIPE

    This is a recipe for making a characteristic moist potpourri, which may be utilized in the form of a guide while making your own personal recipe. To prepare this moist potpourri, the most essential item you require is genuinely scented Rose Petals. In case you do not get really aromatic rose petals, you may recompense by including about four to eight drops of Rose Essential Oil when you have completed making the potpourri and just before curing it.

    Ingredients
    Dry rose petals until they have a leathery texture. Place the rose petals in layers along with layers of salt in a large glass crock having a broad mouth and end the arrangement with a layer of salt. Next, place a weight, other than a metal, on the contents of the jar. Place the jar in a place away from light and moisture and that is well ventilated for a period of about 10 days. During this period, stir the contents of the jar at least once every day.

    As the mixture become dry, crush the portion that has formed a caked mass and, subsequently, blend the other ingredients with the dry mixture. Then close the lid of the jar tightly and leave it for about six weeks for curing. During this period, shake the mixture from time to time. When the potpourri is finally prepared transfer it into an attractive jar and keep it sealed most of the time. Only uncover the jar when you wish to perfume any room.




    DRY POTPOURRI RECIPE

    The following ingredients are required for making a typical dry potpourri, which you may utilize as a standard for making your personal recipe. It is worth mentioning here that all dry potpourris rely on essential oils for their aroma. Therefore, you may include one or more of the ingredients listed below to prepare your personal dry potpourri.

    Ingredients
    Mix all the ingredients in a big crock or a jar having a broad mouth. Add the benzoin (styrax) essential oil one drop at a time and stop adding any further oil when you are sure that the aroma is sufficiently potent. Seal the jar and store the mixture in a dry, dark and ventilated place which is also warm. During this period, you need to shake the contents of the jar at least once every day. Finally, move the aromatic mixture in an attractive jar having a tight fitting lid. You may open the lid whenever you desire to make the room fragrant.


    MEDICINAL THERAPEUTIC USES

    Lemon Verbena has a number of therapeutic uses and is much underrated. The plant's essential oil has a potent lemony aroma and posses a mild tranquilizing effect and is reputed for easing abdominal uneasiness. Lemon Verbena has a mild tonic or stimulating action on the nervous system and facilitates in lifting the spirits and combating depression. Lemon Verbena leaves, as well as the flowering tops, possess medicinal action as a febrifuge (any medication that reduces fevers), antiseptic, and sedative. The uses of Lemon Verbena are similar to those of Mint, Orange Flowers, or Bee Balm (Melissa), as a stomachic (any medication that is beneficial for the stomach) and antispasmodic in dyspepsia, indigestion and flatulence, stimulating skin and stomach.

  • Internal Uses: Lemon verbena is a little similar to lemon balm in that it aids the digestion and has sedative qualities. It also is effective against Candida albicans (yeast) infections. Verbena as a placid sedative tea, prepared using the leaves of the herb is used to comfort and soothe bronchial and nasal congestion. In addition, this herbal tea is also taken internally to treat indigestion, flatulence, nausea, stomach cramps and heart palpitations. This herb is relaxing and fights infection. It is good for fevers and can be used as an antibacterial wash. Other uses for verbena include fighting flu, asthma, menstrual cramps, vertigo, diarrhea, restlessness, sinus congestion and neuralgia.

  • External Uses: Verbena can be used in the bath. It can also be used as a compress for puffiness around the eyes and as a gargle for sore throats and tonsillitis. It is also a nice addition to herbal mouthwashes.


  • ESSENTIAL OIL USES

    Verbena essential oil is extracted from Aloysia triphylla, which is one of many "verbenas" in the plant world. The best known active components in pure Verbena oil are l-limonene, cinole, geraniol, and citral, which alone makes up 26 percent of the oil. Other constituents include methyl heptenone, carvone, dipentene, linalool, terpineol, borneol, nerol, and other constituents. These constituents give Lemon Verbena strong antibacterial, antiseptic and antispasmodic effects.

    On a mental and emotional level, the oil helps to combat tension, ease exhaustion, and boost concentration when there is a lack of concentration. Verbena essential oil also helps fight anxiety, insomnia, nervousness and other stress-related conditions and symptoms.

    Lemon Verbena essential oil may be used in homemade creams and lotions. The essential oil obtained from the leaves of Lemon Verbena may also be used in potpourris, sofa sacks, linen sachets and herb pillows as well as to make ink and paper fragrant. Infuse the essential oil in thawed candle wax at approximately 180°F for about 45 minutes to make the candles aromatic. Additionally, the essential oil may be used in perfumes as well as to spray over potpourris.







    FOR LACK OF CONCENTRATION

    Verbena oil, in combination with other energizing oils, purifies stale air in the home, increases concentration and promotes creativity.
    Blend these three oils together and heat them in an aromatherapy lamp.

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  • FOR INSOMNIA

    Verbena oil helps promote relaxation and may therefor be useful for easing stress-related sleep disorders, such as insomnia.
    Before retiring, add Verbena and Lavender essential oils to your bedside diffuser.

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  • FOR CELLULITE

    Some aromatherapists suggest this mixture for an anticellulite blend.
    Mix essential oils with carrier oil. Use as a massage oil or add to bathwater. While bathing, massage the skin with a loofah to stimulate circulation.

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    FOR A SPORT'S MASSAGE

    Try this Verbena and Rosemary blend for a sport's massage oil.
    Mix oils well. Use as a massage oil to soothe sore muscles after sports workout.

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  • FOR STRESS & ANXIETY

    To enhance the refreshing effect of Verbena oil, try this essential oil blend.
    Combine essential oils and add this blend to a diffuser, simmer pot or an aromatherapy lamp. Sandalwood and Geranium oils are believed to be calming and able to work with Verbena oil to harmonize the spirit.

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  • FOR HANGOVERS (ALCOHOL OVERINDULGENCE)

    Verbena oil is believed to counter the effects of alcohol, os use this oil when you have overindulged.
    Add essential oil to a diffuser or aromatherapy lamp or carry a handkerchief doused with the drops of oil to keep you clear-headed when battling a hangover. For more suggestions for hangovers, visit this link:

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  • FOR ROOM FRESHENER

    Like other citrus oils, Verbena oil is very refreshing. Therefore it makes a great room freshener.
      10 drops Verbena Essential Oil
      2 ounces Distilled Water

    Mix oil with water and store the blend in a spray bottle. Spritz rooms throughtout your house and even on your bed sheets to counter stale, musty odors.

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  • TO KEEP FOCUSED DURING STRESSFUL TIMES

    To keep focused and in command during stressful times, try this remedy.
    Put essential oil on a small handkerchief and breathe in the aroma deeply as the situation intensifies. This will relax and energize both body and soul.

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  • FOR SLEEP PROBLEMS

    If you are having trouble falling asleep, try putting a sleep pillow stuffed with calming herbs and Verbena oil under your regular pillow.
    Combine the soothing herbal flowers. Add Verbena oil and mix well. Place the herbal blend in a cloth and tie the ends of the cloth together or stuff a small pillowcase with the herbs and sew it together, closing it.

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  • FOR CHILDBIRTH LABOR

    Midwives once relied on Lemon Verbena to trigger contractions. Still associated with uterine muscle stimulation, the herb and the oil, should be used with caution during pregnancy and only under your midwife's direction. Some believe, howevfer, that Verbena oil increases a woman's stamina when diffused during delivery.

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  • HERBAL USES

    All of these are constituents are present in less concentration in the leaves and flowering tops, which are most often used for tea. The leaves and the flowering tops, either fresh or dried, are used in a hot or cold tea infusion and are seldom found in food or capsules.

    In order to lessen puffiness in the eye regions, you may prepare an infusion with Lemon Verbena and place it over your eyes for about 15 minutes. The infusion may also be added to your bath, which will make you feel refreshing. In add, you may use Lemon Verbena flower tops to prepare floral vinegar and apply it to your skin to make the skin fresh and soft.

    Tea made of Lemon Verbena has been used to soothe colon and stomach spasms, lower fevers and calm itching. It has a relaxing effect, and can help ease muscle tensions. As a culinary flavoring, lemon verbena has been used as everything from ice cream flavoring to pepper substitute. The licorice and camphor content do make the volatile oils from the plant stronger than most other lemon-scented herbs, so it is advised to use it sparingly as a flavoring.

    Lemon Verbena may be mixed with herbs like Lavender, Lemongrass, Marshmallow leaf, and Meadowsweet, as a digestive aid herbal tea. A relaxing herbal tea formula may be Lemon Verbena, Chamomile and Peppermint or Spearmint.

    LEMON VERBENA HERBAL MASSAGE OIL

    You may marinate Lemon Verbena in Almond oil and use the combination for massage. In order to make the blend more interesting, you may add Rosemary or Lavender to it.




    VERBENA DOSAGE INFORMATION

    The parts of used are the leaves and flowering tops of the Lemon Verbena plant for herbal tea infusions, either fresh or dried.

    Typical preparations are hot or cold decoctions or infusions. Lemon Verbena is seldom found in in other herbal forms (such as capsules) for medicinal purposes. The decoction of Lemon Verbena leaves may be taken in several times per day in daily doses of three tablespoonsful. An herbal tea prepared with the leaves of the herb possesses a delectably revitalizing lemon flavor and primarily employed to treat digestive problems such as indigestion, flatulence and acidity. As a tonic it is used to treat lethargy or depression and is also employed to treat feverish colds.

    The pleasant lemony smelling essential oil contained by the leaves of the herb is employed in aromatherapy in treating nervous as well as digestive disorders. In addition, the essential oil is said to be effective in treating boils, acne and cysts.




    VERBENA SAFETY, CAUTIONS & INTERACTION INFORMATION

    None found for the herb taken in appropriate doses.

    Large doses over a long period of time may result in irritation of the stomach and gastric irritation. People with renal disorder should avoid Lemon Verbena. Excessive use should be avoided in pregnancy and lactation.

    Verbena oil may be irritating to the skin of some people, even if it is properly diluted with a carrier oil. Before using any product containing Verbena oil, test a small, diluted amount on the inside of your forearm. If you have a reaction, you should refrain from using the product. Even if you do not have a reaction, use the product with care.

    Note: Verbena oil is rarely found today in pure form. Most of the essential oil available on the market has been stretched with less expensive Lemongrass oil, which diminishes Verbena's therapeutic effects.




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    Lemon verbena originated in South America near Argentina, Chile and Peru, and is now cultivated mostly in Algeria, Chile, Israel, and Morocco. The Spaniards brought lemon verbena back with them in the 17th century upon returning from the New World and was prized for its arousing aromatic scent. This product contains 100% pure and natural, therapeutic grade Lemon Verbena oil (Aloysia citriodora), non-GMO, purity tested and quality guaranteed.


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  • LEMON VERBENA HERBAL PRODUCTS

    Tea made of Lemon Verbena has been used to soothe colon and stomach spasms, lower fevers and calm itching. It has a relaxing effect, and can help ease muscle tensions. As a culinary flavoring, lemon verbena has been used as everything from ice cream flavoring to pepper substitute. The licorice and camphor content do make the volatile oils from the plant stronger than most other lemon-scented herbs, so it is advised to use it sparingly as a flavoring. Lemon verbena, sometimes called vervain, is generally acknowledged to be the most strongly scented and intense of the lemon scented plants. The scent has moved writers to poetry and prose in an effort to describe its essence, which is both crisp and relaxing at the same time. Because of its scent, lemon verbena is used in making perfumes and toilet water, as well as a flavoring in baking, jelly and preserving. The flavor of lemon verbena has been likened to a cross between licorice and camphor, and it is widely used as an herbal flavoring to replace oregano, particularly in fish and poultry dishes. Lemon verbena was introduced to England in 1700s, and found a comfortable home there, where the deciduous bushes sometimes grow to fifteen feet in height. The plant has an incredibly strong minty-citrus scent that is quite powerful when harvested fresh, however the dried Lemon Verbena is less over-powering and more subtle. It is native to Chile and Peru, but grows quite contentedly in other places. It is used medicinally, as are many other plants with mint or camphor content. Also known as: Aloysia citriodora, Aloysia triphylla, Vervain, Lemon Beebrush, Verbena, and Louisa Herb.

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    Chamomile & Lemon Verbena Conditioner (for dry, damaged, chemically treated hair) conditions, moisturizes and gently detangles overly dry hair and hair damaged by coloring and perm agents. Infused with Chamomile essential oil and Certified Organic Lemon Verbena Floral Water, an intense elixir of plant essences. With Certified Organic Aloe Vera, Marshmallow, Horsetail, Comfrey, Phyto-proteins and Pro-vitamins to nourish and bring back body and luster.
    Kalyx: Lemon Verbena Liquid Dish Soap, Mrs. Meyer, 16 fl. oz. (HF)
    Mrs. Meyers Clean Day Liquid Dishwashing Soap in Lemon Verbena is a fast and effective degreaser for hand washing dishes. The formula is rich, thick, and extra concentrated and made from Soap Bark Extract and other natural ingredients that can be found in the garden. Its' streak free finish will leave you quite pleased and fill your kitchen with a lovely aroma.
    Kalyx: Lemon Verbena Countertop Spray, Mrs. Meyer, 16 fl. oz. (HF)
    Kalyx: Lemon Verbena Glass Cleaner, Mrs. Meyer, 24 fl. oz. (HF)
    Kalyx: Lemon Verbena Bathroom Cleaner, Mrs. Meyer, 24 oz. (HF)
    Clean the entire bathroom with powerful, garden-fresh Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Lemon Verbena Bathroom Cleaner. This hardworking formula is specially formulated to clean shower doors, tiles, toilet seats, porcelain, countertops, sinks and tubs.
    Kalyx: Lemon Verbena CitraDish Natural Dish Soap, CitraSolv, 25 oz (HF)
    The refreshing essence of Lemon Verbena brings a breath of summer to your home, invigorating your senses whenever you wash dishes. Our naturally derived dish soap makes quick work of grease and baked-on foods, leaving dishes exceptionally clean and streak free. Like all quality products from Citra Solv, LLC., Citra Dish is derived from natural, biodegradable, renewable resources.
    Kalyx: Lemon Verbena All Purpose Cleaner, Mrs. Meyer, 32 oz. (HF)
    Kalyx: Lemon Verbena Laundry Detergent, Mrs. Meyer, 32 fl. oz. (HF)


    RICHTERS SEEDS PRODUCTS

    Richters: Anise Verbena (Lippia alba) Plants
    Richters: Lemon Verbena (Aloysia triphylla) Plants


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    MoonDragon's Aromatherapy Chart of Essential Oils #1
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    AROMATHERAPY: ESSENTIAL OILS DESCRIPTIONS & USES


    Allspice Leaf Oil
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    Yarrow Oil
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    Aromatherapy
    Healing Baths For Colds
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    AROMATHERAPY: HERBAL & CARRIER OILS DESCRIPTIONS & USES


    Almond, Sweet Oil
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