PACKAGING: 11,3 ml. bottle
UNIT PRICE = € 14.90
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MYRTLEMyrtus communis (Myrtacee)
Type: Organic (CE certification 009577-2015)
Origin: Italy (Sardinia)
Myrtle grows spontaneously throughout the Mediterranean regions.
It is a small, evergreen shrub, originally found in northern Africa, with dense, tough branches and sharp, leathery, glossy green leaves. The flowers are pinkish-white. The leaves and flowers are highly fragrant.
The essential oil is obtained by steam distillation of the leaves and twigs. It is a dark orange liquid with a fresh, grassy-sweet scent and a balmy, camphoraceous undertone. It combines well with the essential oils of Bergamot, Clove, Ginger, Hyssop, Laurel, Lavender, Litsea cubeba, Melissa, Ravensara and Rosemary.
popular herbalist tradition)
MYRTUS COMMUNISThe leaves and flowers of myrtle were the principal ingredients of Angel Water, a cosmetic lotion much in vogue in the 16th century.
Mildly sedative, essential oil of myrtle has balsamic and anti-septic properties. It's an excellent remedy for oily skin.
Itís typically used in colognes and eaux de toilette.
Less frequently, itís also found as a flavouring agent in the food industry.
NB : further product information (composition, declaration of conformity etc.) can be found in the
CLP PACKAGE INSERTpackage insert.
100% natural, pure essential oil of certified organic origin (CE certification 009577-2015) in glass vial (11.3 ml, 0.40 fl. oz.); this product, also suitable for food use based on EC regulation 1334/2008, is totally free of stabilizing agents, fixatives, pesticides, GMOs and gamma ray treatment (including products in the semi-finished state).
As indicated in the declaration of conformity, the selected and processed raw materials used in the production of this essential oil are of certified organic origin. This guarantees that the raw materials are produced by a farming system which imposes stringent controls on the use of fertilizers and pest control. The aim: to safeguard harvests, protect the environment and promote the development of sustainable agriculture.