Name : Wild Borneol thyme
Botanical name: Thymus saturejoides Cosson
Production method: steam distillation
Distilled part of the plant: flowering tops.
Appearance: Liquid that can crystallize when the temperature is lowered
Colour: Dark yellow to orange
Odour: Characteristic, citrus and strong
Main biochemical constituents: Borneol (24.00 to 35.00%), Alpha terpineol (3.00 to 15.00%), Thymol (<= 12.00%), Camphene (6.00 to 12.00%), Carvacrol (2.00 to 11.00%), Beta caryophyllene (2.00 to 9.00%)
Allergens: Linalool (<= 5,00%), D-Limonene (<= 2,00%), Geraniol (<= 0,50%)
From one production to another, the composition of essential oils varies because the conditions in which the plant grows are never identical from one year to the next. The composition of the oil in your bottle is therefore unique.
Directions for use
Uses: for skin massage and application (always diluted in a vegetable oil, maximum 20%), orally (ask for medical advice before ingesting) and for diffusion.
Storage: store away from light, heat and air.
Precautions for use
Do not use in infants and children under 6 years. Not to be used during pregnancy or while breastfeeding.
Commitment: all our imported oils are rigorously selected for their quality and origin.
Huile essentielle de Thym Bornéol bioVent des aromes
Very present in the Mediterranean region, thyme needs no introduction! Borneol thyme was originally used by the Egyptians for religious rituals. Recognised for its aromatic and purifying properties, its uses have continued to evolve over the centuries. Grown wild in Morocco, it has a powerful, slightly lemony scent.
Essential Oil 100% pure and natural, EOBBD (Essential Oil Botanically and Biochemically Defined).
- AB - Agriculture Biologique, Eco Cert
- Type de culture
- Agriculture biologique