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Myrtle question

O.K., I use this fragrance (Myrtle) that I buy online for my glycerine soaps. It is not an essential oil but a fragrance oil. When I try to find a "fragrant myrtle" plant on the internet....I get totally confused. What plant, that is called "Myrtle" smells so GOOD? A very sweet, clean fragrance. I feel so blonde...but I had NO IDEA how many plants are in the myrtle family!!!

Jesse Rene' Bell
Claremore, OK
Zone 6

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