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    Organic Rosemary Cineole Essential Oil

    An emblematic plant of the Mediterranean scrubland, much used in cooking, its Latin name means Sea Rose. This shrub is resistant, particularly to sea spray, and grows on calcareous, arid soils. It has small, thick, needle-like leaves. It flowers almost all year round and offers us an essential oil with fresh and dynamic aromas.

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    Quality Botanical family: Lamiaceae Latin name: Rosmarinus officinalis cineoliferum Other names: Rosmarinus officinalis CT 1,8 cineole Origin: Morocco Cultivation: Controlled organic agriculture - Certisys-BE1 control Distilled part: Flowering tops Production process: Steam distillation Quality: 100% pure, natural and chemotyped - Food Olfactory notes: balsamic, kinetic, camphorated, penetrating Main constituents Oxides: 1.8 cineole (43%) Monoterpenes: pinenes Monoterpenols: borneol Esters: bornyl acetate Ketones: borneone (camphor: 10%) Our opinion The composition of this essential oil is reminiscent of that of Eucalyptus radiata, but it nevertheless has the typical personality common to all rosemary plants. It enhances any aromatic blend with which it is associated. A very coherent portrait... Precautions for use Food supplement. Keep out of reach of young children. Not a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended dose. Not recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding women, or for children under 12 years of age. Seek advice from a health professional. Store away from heat and light. Not suitable for epileptics or asthmatics (especially for diffusion or inhalation). Well tolerated: no significant risk at physiological doses. Risk of irritation if used pure: dilute for skin application. Avoid contact with the eyes.

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