Lemon Myrtle (O)

Lemon Myrtle (O)
Country of Origin: Australia
Botanical Name: Backhousia citriodora
Family: Myrtaceae
Method of Cultivation: Organic
Method of Extraction: Steam Distill
Plant Material Used: Leaves (aerial parts)

CAS: 84775-80-4

Batch: 29498-08
Mfg date: 08/2017
Use by: 08/2020
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Appearance: liquid pale yello to dark yello
Odor: Fresh Lemon / typical Citral

Syn: (common name):
Lemon Myrtle, Lemon Scented Myrtle
Lemon Ironwood, Sweet Verbena tree.

Lemon Myrtle can be found in coastal rainforest from
Brisbane to Cairns, Queensland.

The essential oil of B. citriodora is predominately citral (90 - 98%),
with lesser amounts of myrcene, methyl heptenone, linalool,
citronellal and alpha & beta cyclocitral.

Lemon Myrtle is said to be:
antiseptic, antiviral, carminative, sedative.

Anecdotal evidence:
- can be effective for relieving chest congestion whether diffused or in a massage blend.
- may be useful for improving concentration.
- relaxing, uplifting emotionally
- soothing sleep..
- excellent air purifier as it has a high citral content.

Caution:
Used topically there is a possibility of skin irritation.
External use ONLY. Do NOT use undiluted on the skin.
Store away from children & pets.

Ref:
Bush Sense - Australian Essential oils & Aromatic Compounds - by Mark A. Webb
Essential Oil Safety by Robert Tisserand / Rodney Young
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Pepper, Black (O)
View Latin Name: Piper nigrum
Family: Piperaceae
Country of Origin: Madagascar
Method of Cultivation: Organic
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Plant Part Used: dried, crushed but not quite ripe fruits of the pepper vine (black peppercorns)

CAS Number: 8006-82-4
Flash Point: > 60 C

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Lavender Spike WC
View Botanical Name: Lavendula latifolia aspic
Country of Origin: Spain
Method of Cultivation: Wild Crafted
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Plant Material Used: from the flowering tops.
CAS No: 84837-04-7

Color: pale yellow to almost clear liquid
Scent: a fresh camphoraceous and herbaceous odor
          with a somewhat dry-woody undertone.

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Myrtle Oil Extra
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Botanical Name: Myrtus communis L.
Country of Origin: Morocco
Method of Cultivation: Conventional
Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation
Plant Material Used: from the myrtle leaf and branches

CAS: 8008-46-6
Flash Point (Closed Cup): 42 C

Uses: Perfume, Cosmetics
Odor: Fresh, spicy, camphor like
Appearance: Pale yellow to orange yellow liquid

Call for larger.

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Vetiver - India (WC)
View Botanical Name: Vetiveria zizanoides
Country of Origin: India
Method of Cultivation: Wild Crafted
Extraction Method:Steam Distillation
Parts Used: Cleaned and Washed rootlets
CAS No:8016-94-4

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RoadSide Bandits Synergy
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Essential oils:
Clove Bud, Lemon (O), Cinnamon Bark, Eucalyptus (O),
Rosemary (O), Oregano, Frankincense & Black Pepper (O)

Use as a diffuser blend or, add to your blend of carrier oils when used for massage.

Based on the 'vinegar blend' ..
that historically was said to stave off the 'plague' when bandits were pillaging victims ..
and so, this version of the herbal vinegar was created by SunRose into this synergy of essential oils.

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