Origin: India. Source: Rhizomes Colour: Yellow to orange-yellow. Odour. Fresh, spicy and characteristic.
Description The plant is related to ginger and native to South East Asia. It has been known for several thousand years and was described in the Great Chinese Herbal of Pen Tsao some 600 years ago. The plant is dried and powered to produced the vivid yellowy-orange-powder which is used for making curries, pickles and many other culinary delight. The powder is used in ceremonies and festivities it many countries. The oil is produced from the rhizomes which are comminuted and steam distilled.
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All Essential Oils and Absolutes are independently tested. All Oils have a ‘best before date’. All Essential Oils and Absolutes are supplied in Child resistant closures. All enquires should be sent to the company’s research department.
Safety Notes: Essential oils are very powerful plant extracts and should always be treated with care. Always kep out of reach of children and only store in bottles with dropper inserts. They should not be ingested and should always be diluted in a suitable carrier oil before being used on the skin.
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