Organic Winter Savory Essential Oil – Winter savory
EUR12.09 – EUR74.70
Winter savory CT Carvacrol
satureja montana ct. carvacrol
ORGANIC ESSENTIAL OIL
„The mythological story of these plants being eaten by satyrs so that they would obtain great levels of sexual stamina. Because of this association Pliny the Elder is believed to have called the plant Satureia, meaning “of the satyrs”, in the first century CE.“
The Herb Society of America’s Essential Guide to Savory, 2015
Our Organic Winter Savory essential oil is set apart from the competition thanks to the high content of carvacrol (over 67% - more than oregano!), g – terpinene, and para cymene. It smells fresh, medical, and spicy. Reminiscent of origanum.
In the food industry, Winter Savory oil is used mainly for flavoring sauces and soups.
Our Organic Winter Savory essential oil could serve as effective breath cooling and cleansing support. It has the potential to support the immune system and the respiratory system during flu and cold season.
Our Winter savory CT Carvacrol essential oil (Satureja montana ct. carvacrol) is 100% organic & pure. Its safety, in terms of heavy metals and radioactive particles, is confirmed analytically.
It is obtained by steam distillation of the aboveground parts of the plant, organically grown in Europe, on the South East of Serbia. Nowadays, this carvacrol chemotype of the plant is highly sought-after and rare.
Traditionally, Savory has been used as an aphrodisiac.
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Old Time’s Lessons
Pliny the Older in Greek and Roman Materials, CHAPTER I. THE CURE OF PHRENITICS gives: It is good to give pottages of a plain kind, such as decoctions of savory for these are beneficial to the respiration and are diuretic, and a free discharge of urine is beneficial in phenetics.
Dioscorides gave at the De La Materia Medicinal for savory: All are warming, urinary, and good for the intestines (in a decoction taken as a drink) for they drive down depression. Taken in a drink with vinegar they are effective for the spleen and are given as an antidote with wine for those who have taken a drink of ixia [3-103]. They expel the menstrual flow and are given as linctuses [syrups] with honey for coughs and pneumonia. A liquid medicine of it is mild; as a result, it is given to the squeamish, for gastric [disorders], unsavory belchers, and those who have seasickness, nausea, and heartburn. It dissolves edema applied with polenta.
In his 1783 Flora Dietetica Charles Bryant says of savory “…good against crudities of the stomach.”
Hildegard of Bingen, in Physica, gives: Savory (pefferkrut) is warm and moist. It has a moderate amount of moisture in it. It is good and useful for both the sick and healthy to eat. There is something sour, or bitter, in it which does not bite the inside, but makes the person healthy. Let whoever has a weak heart or a sick stomach eat it raw and it will strengthen the person. Also, a person who has a sad mind will be made happy if he or she eats savory. If eaten, it also heals and clears the eyes.
“In Roman times it was used to make a sauce similar to the mint sauce. Because of the strong volatile oil, it contains, which aids digestion, it is particularly recommended for flavoring foods that are difficult to digest such as pork and cucumber.” (Philipps and Foy 1990)…
Blends well with:
Mentha. x piperita [peppermint],
Melaleuca alternifolia [tea tree]
Origanum vulgare [origanum
Syzygium aromaticum [clove bud]
Thymus vulgaris ct. phenol [‘red’ thyme]…
Product name: Organic Winter Savory Essential Oil
INCI name: SATUREJA MONTANA OIL
CAS No: 90106-57-3/8016-68-0
FEMA No: 3016
Place of origin: Serbia
Process: Steam distillation
Plant part: Flower, leaves and stem
Main uses: Natural Aroma
Storage: Keep in dark and dry place
Content: 100% pure Organic Winter Savory Essential Oil
Components: carvacrol (30-80%), γ – terpinene (3-20%), p-cymene (1.5-25.5%), β – pinene (1.0-4.0%)
Alergene: limonene (0.1-0.5%), linalool (0.5-2.0%)
Perfumery Note: –
Strength of Initial Aroma: Medium
Organoleptic: Winter Savory Essential Oil smells fresh medical spicy sage cumin.
- Dosing in/on food: 1 drop (Less then 2%).
- Not recommended with children, pregnant or lactating women, elderly persons or persons which are suffering from chronic diseases.
- Do not use in intravenous or intramuscular injections.
- Dilute before use.
- In case of tendency perform allergy test before use.
- Never heat up for diffusion.
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