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MYRTLE HYDROSOL


MYRTLE HYDROSOL

Myrtus communis

REFERENCES

CAS Number: 84082-67-7

EINECS Number: 282-012-8

Product Code: PFW3044

INCI Name: Myrtus Communis Leaf Distillate Water

PART USED Leaves

SYNONYMS Myrtus communis L.

COMMON NAMES Common Myrtle, True Myrtle, Green Myrtle

EXTRACTION METHOD Steam Distilled Hydrosol

ODOUR PROFILE Fresh, slightly sweet, camphoraceous, honeyed aroma

ORIGIN Corsica

Our organically crafted Myrtle Hydrosol, also referred to as Green Myrtle Hydrosol, is steam distilled from the leaves of flowering Myrtus communis plant growing wild in the dry, rocky mountains of Corsica. The hydrosol has a pleasant, powerful fresh, honeyed, slightly sweet aroma.

Sacred to the gods, employed in worship, and appearing in prophesies, Myrtle is renowned in many cultures and across time for its scent and beauty. Myrtle Hydrosol can bring balance and rejuvenation to both mind and body.

REPORTED BENEFITS AND USES

Myrtle Hydrosol help support healthy lung activity, especially if one is feeling congested from a cold, flu, or seasonal allergies. Besides being wonderful for supporting the respiratory system, Myrtle Hydrosol is great for rejuvenating skin. Green Myrtle Hydrosol is useful with many skin issues from acne skin to psoriasis or any type of skin inflammation, as well as varicose veins. Its antimicrobial and anti-fungal activity can help keep germs at bay and may help inhibit the viruses encountered in daily life. Myrtle's properties make it useful for bringing soothing relief to numerous types of red, irritated conditions.

Emotionally and energetically, Myrtle Hydrosol can promote a positive, harmonious, and calming atmosphere. It can help soothe nerves and calm an overactive mind, thus making it a great sleep aid. Myrtle Hydrosol can also clear the mind when it feels foggy and may help relieve headaches. Myrtle is traditionally associated with Aphrodite, the goddess of love, and perfect for promoting love and intimacy, especially when combined with Jasmine.

Documents

Technical Data Sheet (TDS)

Certificate of Analysis (COA)