Latin name: Humulus lupulus
Country of origin: UK
This essential Oil is extracted by steam distillation. This oil has a full, sweet- spicy aroma.
Additional information:- This oil is classed as flammable and will incur Hazmat shipping||Name:- Dill
Latin Name:- Anethum graveolens
Country of Origin:- NEO England
Our first production of this oil was grown on the field scale by one of our growers in September 2001. Since then, we have improved techniques and have had several successful harvests of this popular herb. Distilled again this season from the seed heads and flowering tops of the dill plant. The picture shows harvested dill seeds.
Additional Information: This oil is classed as flammable and will incur Hazmat shipping.
||Latin Name:- Daucus carota
Country of Origin:- Indian
Steam distilled from the crushed seeds of the carrot plant.
Additonal information - This oil is classed as flammable and will incur Hazmat shipping||Aniseed Oil
Latin name:-Pimpenella anisum
Country of origin:-Spain
Produced by the steam distillation of the plant seeds, produced in Spain. Has an aroma similar to that of Liquorice. Often used in cough mixtures and lozenges.
Quite popular in Turkey as an alcoholic drink 'raki'. This is solid at lower temperatures.||Latin Name:- Juniperus virginiana
Distilled in the United States a popular choice of cedarwood oils. This oil has a mild warm, woody aroma.
At lower temperatures this oil changes consistency to a thick viscous type.||Latin name: Matricaria recutica
Country of Origin: NEO, England, UK
Grown and harvested here at Norfolk Essential Oils. The green herb of Matricaria has an odour similar to, but somewhat sweeter and 'apple -like' that the more astringent Anthemis. The extracted essential oil however, is very different. The flowers are harvested in June and September and steam distilled for many hours. Matricaria oil is inky blue.
The dark blue is caused by the presence of a high concentration of chamazulene in this oil and it is for the anti-inflamatory properties of this substance that the Matricaria chamomile is most prized. In many other respects the oil tends to be used for the same purposes as Anthemis nobilis.|