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DOUGLAS FIR HYDROSOL


DOUGLAS FIR HYDROSOL

Pseudotsuga menziesii

REFERENCES

CAS Number: 97926-19-7

EINECS Number: 308-234-8

Product Code: PFW3023

INCI Name: Pseudotsuga Menziesii (Douglas Fir) Distillate Water

PART USED Needles and Twigs

SYNONYMS Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco

COMMON NAMES Oregon pine, Columbian Pine, Douglas Spruce

EXTRACTION METHOD Steam Distilled Hydrosol

ODOUR PROFILE Soft forest-like aroma with green and slightly balsamic undertones

ORIGIN France

Douglas Fir Hydrosol is is steam distilled from the sustainably wildcrafted deep green needles and twigs of the Pseudotsuga menziesii evergreen tree, and is a great fit for both cosmetic and home formulations. The hydrosol has a soft, woodsy, earthy scent profile that will transport you to the forest, encouraging deep breathing and meditation.

Douglas Fir trees are not a single species, as there are approximately 50 different species of Douglas Firs that thrive throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Towering in heights as great as 320 feet with diameters as large as 17 feet, they are second in size only to the two North American Sequoia (Redwood) genera. The warp-resistant wood of these trees is used for railroad ties, telephone poles, furniture and home construction.

REPORTED BENEFITS AND USES

This purifying Douglas Fir Hydrosol is ideal for creams, lotions, soaps, or perfumes and creates gender neutral fragrance blends and body care products. It is also a fresh scent to add to room sprays or household cleaners. This hydrosol is helpful in reducing unwanted microbial activity, which can be so welcome if working to get rid of a cold or the flu.

Douglas Fir Hydrosol is a great addition to many formulations, and pairs nicely with many other scents to create both masculine and feminine scent profiles. Rich, pure and sweet, with an immense depth and complexity, Douglas Fir Hydrosol is truly unique and utterly enchanting. It encourages deep breathing, clears and centers the mind, and revitalizes the spirit.

Documents

Technical Data Sheet (TDS)

Certificate of Analysis (COA)