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Witch Hazel Extract: Make Your Own

Witch Hazel Extract: Make Your Own
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by in Nov 2008

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One Response to Witch Hazel Extract: Make Your Own

  1. Patricia Grella December 15, 2012 at 12:05 am #

    The labels on witch hazel products typically don’t specify the part of the shub the extraction is from. Is the user to assume it is the bark? Do extraction techniques make a difference if the witch hazel is distilled? Distillation is distillation.

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