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Sweetgrass Hydrosol (Hierochloe odorata)
 
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Sweetgrass Hydrosol (Hierochloe odorata)
 
$10.25

* (Sizes) Sweetgrass Hydrosol


  

Sweetgrass Hydrosol (Hierochloe odorata)
Origin: Canada
Process: Steam Distilled

Description: While there is no Sweetgrass Essential Oil, there is a lovely hydrosol being distilled. The scent of Sweetgrass is distinctive. It is reminiscent of a fresh spring rain on the prairie or new mown hay. The dried grass is used to scent pillows, clothing, and for weaving baskets.

The fragrance is due to the presence of coumarins, a compound which is also present in a number of other species including Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum), Sweet Clover (Melilotus officinalis), and Sweet Vernal grass (Anthoxanthum odoratum). The aroma becomes more pronounced when the grass is dried, and it can last for many years.

Coumarins have been used for a number of purposes including as a flavouring agent for candy, soft drinks, vodka, and tobacco. In the USA, coumarins are allowed for flavoring alcohol but not approved for food. There is concern because high levels of coumarin act as a blood thinner where too much in the body causes hemorrhaging (internal bleeding).

Sizes:
Sweetgrass Hydrosol - 1 oz. - $10.25
Sweetgrass Hydrosol - 4 oz. - $24.00
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