Common Name: Wintergreen
Botanical Name: Gaultheria fragrantissima
Main Constituents: Ketone, Methyl salicylate and Secondary alcohol
Plant Part: Leaves and bark, berries
Origin: Canada, Northern United States
Extraction Method: Steam Distillation
Description / Color / Consistency: A thin reddish brown liquid.
Aromatic Summary / Note / Strength of Aroma: A refreshing minty, flower-like aroma.
Blends well with: Basil, Cypress, Bergamot, Lemongrass and peppermint
Wintergreen plant comes from the genus of evergreen flowering shrubs, the 200 special species. Wintergreen in the USA is popular for its therapeutic properties. It is said that the wintergreen essential oil has powerful spiritual and emotional benefits when used in aromatherapy. The fragrance of this essential oil can penetrate deep into the mind and the body. It uplifts your mood and encourages a positive attitude. The odour of wintergreen alone in the air is an advantage enough. Wintergreen has historically been used in spiritual ceremonies, particularly during meditations as it awakens the five senses.
Why buy from us?
To benefit from the natural fragrance and aromatic properties of a plant, it is important to extract it using a gentle method. Cavin Schon uses the method of steam distillation for the extraction of essential oils from botanical plants. In our extraction process, we do not add any chemical based solvents that may reduce the purity of the oil. Steam distillation not only preserves the key constituents but also holds the best and natural aroma of the plant. Because our essential oils are popular in aromatherapy, we ensure holding on to the best quality fragrance. Please note that our oils are 100% organic and highly concentrated.
Caution: For all essential oils by Cavin Schon, never use them undiluted. It is advised that you try a small patch on the skin before application. Do not expose the skin to the sun when the essential oil is applied. For external use only
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