Fragrance raw material

EO Myrrh *ADR*

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Essential myrrh oil is made by steam distillation from the gum resin of the myrrh bush, botanical name: Commiphora myrrha (Nees) Engl .. This gum resin is collected in Somalia For technical reasons, the oil requires a post-treatment with hexane, the oil may contain a trace (about 0.002%) of this.

In the course of 2020 we will switch to an organic oil.

The English name for this shrub is myrrh, the French name myrrhe, the German Myrrhe.

Indication of the composition:
> 25% - Furano eudsmadieen
10-25% - Curzereen
5-10 % - Lindestree
2-5% - beta Elemene, Methoxyfuranodiene
1-2 % - gamma Elemeen, beta Elemol

Myrrh oil is usually a base note in perfumes. The fragrance is a woody note with aspects of resin and spice. It fits in oriental scents and goes very nicely with oud / agar wood. It has a drying effect on balsamic scents, such as vanilla. In addition, it offers a nice counterbalance to fresh spicy scents such as lavender.

It is an almost 100% pure essential oil, with the exception of the small amount (typically 0.002%) of hexane that remains during the extraction of the oil.

Myrrh oil is flammable harmful if swallowed, and harmful to the environment. It contains no common allergens except for a small amount (< 0.1%) limonene, so an allergic reaction is not very likely.

This product is shipped as ADR shipment (Hazardous materials). This is not possible to all countries and has consequences for return shipment posibilities. Please refer to: ADR shipments.

CAS No TSCA: 8016-37-3
CAS No EU: 84929-26-0
EC No: 284-510-0
FEMA No: 2766


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