Neroli, Extra (Tunisia) 10% Single Note in Jojoba

Neroli, Extra (Tunisia) 10% Single Note in Jojoba
Country of Origin: Tunisia
Botanical Name: Citrus aurantium var amara
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Plant Material Used: the flowers of the bitter orange tree
Carrier Oil: Jojoba
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Also called 'Neroli Bigarde Oil' or "Orange Flower'. Produced by steam distillation of a mixture of bitter orange flowers and flowers from the 'shaddock' grapefruit tree. The odor is very powerful, light and refreshing, bittersweet floral. Discovered in the late seventeenth century it was named after Anna Maria de la Tremoille, Princess of Nerola. It was valued at this time by the people of Venice, who it is said, used it against the plague and other fevers. Caution: None known.
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Family: Zingiberaceae
Country of Origin: Guatemala
Note: Top
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Plant Material used: Dried ripe fruits (seeds)

CAS No: 8000-66-6
Flash Point: 62 C

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Country of Origin: France
Family: Labiatae
Method of Cultivation: Organic
Extraction Method:Steam distilled
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CAS No: 8000-28-0
Flash Point: 76 C

Appearance: Colorless to pale yellow.
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Botanical Name: Citrus aurantium var. amara
Country of Origin: Egypt
Method of Extraction: Solvent Extract
Plant Material Used: extraction of the concrete from  flowers Blossoms of the bitter orange tree

CAS No: 8016-38-4
Flash Point: 66 C

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Country of Origin: France
Note: middle to top

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Part of plant processed : leaves
Method: Alcohol extraction of the concrete of the cured leaves.
Origin: France

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