Wintergreen Essential Oil - 4 oz.
Product DetailsSKU: EOIL-WINTERGREEN-CONE-4OZ UPC: 812841022154 Uses: Therapeutic Grade for use in aromatherapy, soap making and cosmetic/skin care products. Not for internal use. Essential Depot backs up its quality claims. We believe we are the only company selling Essential Oils that does independent Gas Chromatograph (GC) and Mass Spectrometry (MS) testing on every batch. Once you view these 2 videos you will ONLY purchase your Essential Oils from Essential Depot.
Botanical Name: Gaultheria Procumbens Country of Origin: China Volume: 4 fl oz Extraction Method: Steam Distillation Plant Part: Leaves Color: Pinkish to reddish liquid CAS #: 90045-28-6 / 68917-75-9 Flash Point (°C): 96 Harmonized Code: 3301295150 Length (inches): 2 Width (inches): 2 Height (inches): 5 Net Weight (lb.): 0.50 SDS/MSDS Link: http://essentialdepot.com/msds/Essential-Oils/MSDS - Winter Green Oil .pdf C.O.A. / G.C. Link: https://essentialdepot.com/gc/EdWintergreen.jpg Ayurvedic Blog: http://ayurvedicoils.com/ayurvedic-essential-oils_wintergreen-essential-oil_580.html Essential Oil Blog: http://essentialoil.net/ Greener Life Products: https://greenerlifeclub.com/product-directory/ Kosher: Yes
Menthyl salicylate is the principal constituent of this plant. Wintergreen and Sweet Birch oil are nearly identical in chemical composition and aroma.
VOLUME: 4 fl oz
BOTANICAL NAME: Gaultheria Procumbens
ODOR/AROMA: A middle note. Strong characteristic sweet and minty scent similar to Sweet Birch, a main component in the flavour of root beer, with a spicy tone.
COMMON USES: Used in traditional folk remedies by the aboriginal peoples of North America.
CAUTIONS: For external use only. May cause skin irritation in some individuals. A skin test is recommended prior to use, dilute prior to use. Contact with eyes should be avoided.
STORAGE It is recommended that oils be packaged in colored glass or metal containers to protect the oil from air/light/moisture, keep it fresh, maintain the maximum shelf life, and for safe shipping.