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    Organic guava essential oil

    The guava tree is very common in the tropics. Its white flowers, after pollination, give a fruit with a yellow skin when it reaches maturity. Its leaves, traditionally used in Amazonia, are full of aromatic molecules and offer, after distillation, an essential oil that is still rare and confidential and very promising.

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    • Botanical family: Myrtaceae
    • Latin name: Psidium guajava
    • Other names: Psidia
    • Origin: Madagascar
    • Cultivation: Controlled organic agriculture - Certisys-BE1 control
    • Part used: Leaf
    • Production method: steam distillation
    • Quality: 100% pure, natural, integral and chemotyped - Food grade
    • Olfactory notes: bitter almond, then milk chocolate
    • Monoterpenes: alpha-pinene (8.46%), d-limonene (12-28%)
    • Sesquiterpenes: beta-caryophyllene (11-25%), alpha-selinene (6-8%), beta-selinene (7-8%), caryophyllene oxide (2-6%)
    • Oxides: 1.8 cineole (4-6%)
    • Not suitable for pregnant and breastfeeding women or children under 6 years of age.
    • Do not use internally except on the advice of a health professional.
    • As a precautionary measure, do not use in case of asthma or epilepsy.
    • Irritant in its pure state, potentially dermocaustic, always use diluted to a maximum of 10% for local care for external use.
    • Certain natural compounds in this essential oil, limonene and linalool, may present an allergy risk to certain sensitive individuals when the essential oil is incorporated into a cosmetic composition (according to the 7th Amendment of the EU Cosmetics Directive (2003/15/EC).
    • As a general rule, we recommend that you always test the elbow fold 48 hours before use to check that no reaction occurs.
    • Avoid contact with the eyes.
    • Keep out of reach of children.

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