Thanks, that was what I was looking for.
Looked right at it, but I do not understand why it would start at 11.
Table six seems to help, but still I just don't have the familiarity to grasp the whole.
I bet your book Mr Eshelman, would clarify things for me.
Some of those perfumes are not easy to come by, especially in essential oils.
I had thought about attempting to design a dispenser, sort of like a puzzle box, that you would shift the letter about to combine two scents...
Not sure that would be practical at all....
What is the best way to digest those tables?
Love is the Law.