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Bayliss Ranch Develops Allplant Essence

November 14, 2005

Allplant Essence is a milder alternative to essential oils, according to executives at California-based Bayliss Ranch.

The company uses a newly developed patent-pending extraction process to create each Allpant Essence, which can be used as bases for products that bear a certified organic label claim, company executives said.

Allplant Essence is available in Lavender, Rosemary, Lemon Balm, Lemon Verbena, Chocolate Mint, Rose Germanium, Clary Sage or Basil.

Bayliss Ranch executives insisted that Allplant Essence captures the total chemical composition of the freshly harvested plant, making it a nearly identical match to nature.

More info: (530) 868-5467; Fax: (530) 868-5468; E-mail: info@bayliss-ranch.com; Website: www.bayliss-ranch.com.
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