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Adam Michael has this to say “Oregano essential oil, produced in Albania by steam distilling the aerial parts of the plant, reddish in colour and of a pourable viscosity. The aroma is herbal fresh, somewhat green, a tad woody and simply just like smelling a jar of oregano herbs. The major constituent is carvacrol which is present generally at between 60%-80% of the oil.”
Arctander has this to say “The top note is slightly green-camphoraceous, herbaceous, and the body is rich, dry-woody, somewhat reminiscent of cade and phenols (“hospital-odor”, “medicinal odor”). On drying out, the odor becomes sweeter, but remains phenolic-dry and woody (as distinguished from the dryout of thyme oil). The oil is used in perfumery for its powerful refreshing notes and its spicy-herbaceous effect.”
Botanical Name: Origanum vulgare Var. Virde
Safety Data: Pregnant women should not ingest large amounts of Oregano.