Botanical Name: Ammi visnaga
Method of Extraction: Steam Distilled
Characteristics: Ammi visnaga, Ammi visnaga, also known as Khella, Toothpick ammi and Chellah is native to coastal Mediterranean ecosystems. The oil is distilled from the seeds from the herb that rarely exceeds three feet in height. The oil is pale yellow and mobile when recovered through normal steam distillation. The apparatus used to distill the material may impact color. The aroma is vegetable-herbal including an organic decay nuance. The plant in associated with a variety of healing applications in several tribal communities.
It is used for respiratory issues and healthy organ function. “It has a dilating effect,” Kurt Schnaubelt Ph.D. reports. His research for this oil is more extensive than any other contemporary published aroma therapy expert.
The oil blends well with citrus oils especially lemon and lime.
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1 oz, 4 oz, 1 lb, 1 kg