Patchouli Oil, a major ingredient in jamaica castor butter, has been linked to serious side effects in the United States and is banned in Europe.

It’s been linked with serious side effect with severe liver damage, including liver failure.

Patchoulia oil is an anionic oil that comes from a tree that’s grown in South America, but it’s a widely available oil from the tropics.

It has been found to cause an increase in cholesterol levels and the risk of heart disease and stroke. 

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently gave patchoulia an exemption from labeling requirements in the country.

But it hasn’t made a determination about whether it will be allowed to be labeled.

This is the first time the U.N. has been able to classify patchoulis as an ingredient in food.

The U.K. government is still trying to classify it as a drug.

In addition to its use in castor and other plant foods, patchoulic oil is used in traditional Chinese medicine.

Patchophyl, the name of the plant patchoulin in patchoulii, is a mixture of patchouline and xanthine, two ingredients in patch-a-lot oil.

In other words, patchophyl is the active ingredient in patchophilins oil.

The US Food and Drugs Administration has not yet ruled out making the patchoulides a class C drug, which would require approval from the U