Thuja Group(Green, medicinal, herbaceous)

Thuja Group(Green, medicinal, herbaceous)

Artemisia alba-bitter , herbaceous, powerful , green, medicinal
Artemisia vulgaris-powerful, fresh-camphoraceous, green, bitter-sweet, medicinal cedarleaf-like top note and sage-rosemary-like body note. Dryout-pleasant, sweet-herbaceous, tealike
Cedarleaf(Thuja plicata and Thuja orientalis)-sharp, fresh, camphoraceous, sweet undertone, minty, herbaceous
Wormwood(Artemisia absinthium)-intensely green herbacoues, warm, deep, sharp and fresh topnote, leather-like, tenacious, dry-woody

These essences blend well with
agarwood eo and co2
amber eo
amyris wood eo
anise star eo and co2
armoise eo
arnica eo and abs
basil eo, co2 and abs
benzoin absolute
birch tar eo
birch sweet eo
bois de rose eo
bucchu leaf eo and abs
cade eo
calamus eo, co2 and abs
caraway seed eo and co2
carrot seed eo, co2 and abs
cassia bark oileo and co2
cedarleaf oil western red
cedarwood,atlas eo
cedarwood oil himalaya eo
cedarwood oil texas eo
cedarwood oil virginia eo
choya nakh, ral and loban
cistus eo and abs
citronella eo
clove bud eo, co2 and abs
clove sweet abs
costus eo and co2
cubeb eo
cyperus/nagarmotha eo, co2 and abs
cypress eo and abs
eucalyptus eo and abs
davana eo, co2 and abs
dill eo and co2
fennel eo and co2
fir balsam eo and absolute
frankincense eo, co2 and abs
geranium eo and abs
guaiacwood e0
hemlock spruce blue eo
henna leaf abs and co2
hibawood eo
ho leaf eo
ho wood eo
huon pine wood eo
hyssop eo and co2
juniper berry eo, co2 and abs
labdanum eo and abs
lavandin eo and abs
lavender absolute, eo and co2
marigold abs
mastic eo and abs
opoponax eo and abs
oregano eo and co2
palmarosa eo
patchouli eo, co2 and abs
petitgrain eo,s(mandrin, combava, bigarade, bergamot and lemon)
rose leaf absolute
rosemary oil
sage oil eo cand co2
spearmint eo, co2 and abs
sugi wood eo
tansy flower eo
tarragon eo and abs
tea, black abs
tea green abs
tonka bean absolute
vetiver eo,co2 and abs
wintergreen eo

In natural perfumery can be used in sacred blends; incense perfumes, fougere, chypre, forest notes, colognes, herbal bouquets

Artemisia alba-"The 'greeness' in odor type and the peculiar bitter aroma of this oil makes in an intereting item for chypre, fougere, 'forest' notes, after shave colognes, etc."
Artemisia vulgaris-"The essential oil is used in perfumery to add freshness and warmth to lavender colognes, chypres, fougeres, pine fragrances, etc. The oil shows great power and diffusiveness and is stable in soaps."

Cedarleaf(Thuja plicata and Thuja orientalis)-"Its green, sweet-herbaceous, although medicinal and camphoraceous-minty note blends well with pine needle oils, citrus oils, lavandin and rosemary in chypre or fougere bases. The oil has even been used as a piquant top note in high class perfumes."