The history of perfume
History of incense comes to us from time immemorial, and the history of perfume can be traced for more than historians since the time of Cleopatra.
Since ancient times, our ancestors noticed the characteristics of many plants, such as doctors, and as creators of aromatic mood and looking for ways to preserve these qualities.
The people creating interesting tales and legends filled with the scent of flowers.
The fragrance was equal to the reward of the gods, and unpleasant odors - punishment and retribution heaven.
Egyptians 5000 years before our era the use of fragrances in the conduct of religious ceremonies, brought to perfection.
Special trained servants who were engaged in manufacturing and compiling of fragrant oils and fragrant compositions.
Learned to apply compression, boiling, soaking for concentrated essences of fragrant leaves, flowers, gums, resins.
A particular method of steeping raw materials, placed in a hot melted animal fat or vegetable oil, which soaked and saturated with aromas and ether.
The history of perfume perfumers of the Middle Ages makes for a different look at our usual bottle of perfume.
Perfumers hardly suffered from epidemics of plague, cholera and other infections, because they are protected for natural antiseptic essential oils that are used to create aromatic oils, ointments and creams.
Egyptians widely used essential oils, fragrant ointment to preserve the beauty and rejuvenation.
Cleopatra favored fragrant oils and tools with the scent of jasmine and roses.
She loved to take an aromatic bath, and recipes are now many use.
Thanks to the Egyptians began the use of essential oils for therapeutic purposes.
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