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#21
"Good Hemp" Oil.
https://www.goodhemp.com/our-products/or...-hemp-oil/

I like sesame oil for cooking too, and it has multiple uses because like coconut oil, I can use it on the body too.
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(11-03-2019, 12:23 PM)Troller Durden Wrote:
(11-03-2019, 11:53 AM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote: The first thing to come to my mind when I saw the thread title was.
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I was so looking forward to a great motor oil debate!

I liked Castrol in my old 2 stroke motocross bikes. Had a distinct smell from the castor bean.

Chuckle


For my skin?

I make a 75% jojoba oil, 25% shea butter with bergamot oil for smell.

My skin looks great for being almost 50.  Wink

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(11-03-2019, 11:53 AM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote: The first thing to come to my mind when I saw the thread title was.
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I was so looking forward to a great motor oil debate!

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#25
For cooking, either peanut or sesame oil, or olive oil/butter depending on the dish.

For baths, musk or sandwalwood

I tried tea tree oil for an assortment of ailments - does nothing at all. I like the smell though.

Eucalyptus is nice to put in the laundry rinse cycle. Makes for a nice clean smell if I can't dry everything outdoors.

I had to deal with mystery biting mites of some kind (may have been from deer mice that got inside) and they were relentless. A concoction of neem oil, peppermint, clove and geranium/rose geranium oil did the trick! All of those, along with basil, cedar, and thyme oil have anti-insect properties.
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(11-03-2019, 11:08 PM)Bug Wrote: For cooking, either peanut or sesame oil, or olive oil/butter depending on the dish.

For baths, musk or sandwalwood

I tried tea tree oil for an assortment of ailments - does nothing at all. I like the smell though.

Eucalyptus is nice to put in the laundry rinse cycle. Makes for a nice clean smell if I can't dry everything outdoors.

I had to deal with mystery biting mites of some kind (may have been from deer mice that got inside) and they were relentless. A concoction of neem oil, peppermint, clove and geranium/rose geranium oil did the trick! All of those, along with basil, cedar, and thyme oil have anti-insect properties.

You should try oil of Oregano on bites.

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#27
Unless, you grind your own pigment, Winsor-Newton's are pretty good..IMO.


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http://www.winsornewton.com/na/shop/oil-...oil-colour
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(11-03-2019, 09:48 PM)Wingsprint Wrote:
(11-03-2019, 11:53 AM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote: The first thing to come to my mind when I saw the thread title was.
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I was so looking forward to a great motor oil debate!

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#29
I love the scent of Bergamot.
However, it makes the skin sensitive to sunlight so I don't use it.
Coconut oil is a natural sunblock so I use that instead of moisturizer.
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(11-03-2019, 09:20 PM)KOMMA Wrote:
(11-03-2019, 09:12 PM)Elric Wrote:
(11-03-2019, 11:53 AM)Pope Trollalotta Wrote: The first thing to come to my mind when I saw the thread title was.
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I was so looking forward to a great motor oil debate!

First thing that came to mind was hash oil  Cheer

I'm wondering how hemp oil as a motor lubricant would compare to your Amsoil? [The U.S. used hemp oil in military aircraft during WWII]

We grow hemp for oil to cook with in the south of England. Although it's three times the price of Carotina oil for cooking.

In the UK the brand is "Good Oil", a couple that worked in television started growing the hemp and they've developed an excellent product.

Hemp oil is a very versatile product.
As a nutrient, it has the exact ration of omegas 3,6,9 for human requirement.
I'd use cold-pressed hemp oil for cooking any day.
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