Mountain Savory (Summer) Wild Crafted Essential Oil

$1.90 - $30.85
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Botanical Name: Satureja Hortensis

Cultivation Method: Wild Crafted

Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled Selected Roots

Consistency: Thin

Country of Origin: France / Hungry

Aromatic Description: Spicy aromatic note

Perfumery Note: Middle

Aromatherapy Properties: (Uses) Summer savory is planted by placing seeds in the ground after the last frost of the winter months. The herb grows quickly and can withstand a light harvest after about six weeks.
This essential oil is closely related to Winter Savory which it shares many of the same properties. .

History: A member of the mint family of herbs, summer savory originates in southern Europe and has been used in food preparation for over 2,000 years. Summer savory has also been used as a medicinal herb for centuries. Germans commonly refer to summer savory as the bean herb because of how well it complements the flavor of many traditional Bavarian stewed bean dishes.

Wild Crafted: Both Summer & Winter Savory are Wild Crafted. Wild Crafted Oils are usually organic but not certified, normally because there is no certifying agency in the area where it is grown. Wild crafted oils are grown wild, without the use of fertilizers or pesticides - grown naturally in areas where the plants are native to the region. Not commercially cultivated.

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