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Cranberry Oil - 3.4oz (100ml) - AU Natural Organics
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Cranberry Oil – 3.4oz (100ml)

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Cranberry Seed Oil

Cranberry Seed oil possesses an unique combination of essential fatty acids (Omega 3, 6 and 9) and is rich in vitamin E and A which are absent in other carrier oils. Use it to help treat irritated itchy and damaged skin and enhance skin elasticity. When used in the hair, cranberry oil helps moisturize and repair damaged hair. It is a very stable oil with a substantial shelf life.

Description

Common English Name: Cranberry (seed).

Botanical Name: Vaccinium macrocarpon.

Plant Family: Ericaceae.

Method of Extraction: (Cold) expeller pressing of the seeds.

Origin: Indigenous to northern North America, northern Europe, and northern Asia, although there are several species.

Plant Description: A creeping shrub or vine with small, evergreen, triangular leaves and dark-pink, hairless flower stems. The fruit (berry) matures from white to deep red in color.

Main Chemical Components: High in essential fatty acids of omega 3,  omega 6 and omega 9, vitamin E, and vitamin A.

Blends Well With: Other carrier oils; essential oils.

Uses: Irritated skin, itchy skin, damaged skin, moisturize hair, damaged hair.

Fun Fact: Cranberries were used in a variety of ways by Native American Indians.

Cautions for Use: None noted for general aromatherapy use.

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