Latin Name: Commiphora myrrha
In the ancient world this oil was widely used in medicines, anointing, incense, embalming and perfumes. It is reported by ancient history that the Greeks used the resin on the wounds of soldiers to promote healing. Also available wholesale, email:- [email protected]
This is a viscous essential and at cooler temperatures can be almost solid in state.||.9Name:- Clove Bud
Latin Name:- Eugenia caryophyllata
County of Origin:- Madagasca
Grown and distilled in Madagasca from the buds of the plant. This very distinctive oil is used widely in flavouring of food and drinks and as a fragrant ingredient for cosmetics and perfumery. As well as its aromatherapy uses.||Latin Name:- Cedrus atlantica
Country of Origin:- Morocco
Pure Essential Oil with a sweet aromatic aroma. This oil blends well with other fragrances.||Latin Name:- Foeniculum vulgare
Country Of Origin:- France
The oil is steam distilled from the crushed harvested seeds. The oil is of a straw to yellow colouration.||Latin Name:- Piper nigrum
Country of origin:- India
The oil is steam distilled from crushed dried black peppercorns. The oil is used in the food industry, as well as adding usual tone to perfumery.
Additonal information - This oil is classed as flammable and will incur Hazmat shipping||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.|