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« on: October 21, 2010 02:26:15 PM »

Hey guys!

I've been CP soaping a while, usually using FOs but have used a few EOs here and there, and was just wondering if it's possible to make lemon verbena soap from the plant?  My boss has a big lemon verbena plant that she's looking to pass along and it would be great if I could somehow use it to make some awesome naturally scented soaps.

So, overall the question is either - will the scent be strong enough from just the plant (or will the lye mess it up?) or is there a way to make an EO at home?

Thanks!
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