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aromatherapy oils

Last updated: 1st August 2005
Question ID: #615
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sabina patel
1st August 2005

assalamualaikum, i have purchased tea tree oil from holland& barrettsand i have read in a aromatheraoy oils book that the chemical constituents 4 tea tree oil is 48% alcohol but, holland & b says the product is pure& contains no added ingredients the oil is distilled fr4om leaves of austrailia. Q2: is it permissable to consume frozen prawns which contain permissable colors:e10,e120 & is warburtons sandwich sliced rollswhich have wheat flour,veg fat, salt ,sugar e471,e472e,e481,soya flour preservers:calcium4 mould growth, flour traetment agent, asbcorbic acid vit c e92o. jazakallah

Ulamaa ID 03
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1st August 2005
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Ulamaa ID 03
Location: UK
It would be acceptable for external use but not for internal use.

Q2. E120 is not permissible.
definition of E120:
E120 Cochineal, Carminic acid, Carmines, Natural Red 4 [Colouring] [possible allergic reaction] [animal origin]
Cochineal: A red dyestuff consisting of dried bodies of female cochineal insects