Sweet Annie Hydrosol, Organic
Sweet Annie Hydrosol, Organic

Sweet Annie Hydrosol, Organic

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Artemisia annua artisan organic distilled hydrosol from aerial tops in USA.
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Botanical Name:  Artemisia annua
Origin: USA, Certified Organic Artisan Distilled
Plant Part:  Aerial Tops
Distillation Date: Jul 2020
Suggested Minimum Shelf Life: 2 Years
Aroma:  Sweet, fruity, slightly minty and herbaceous 

A new and up-and-coming hydrosol, Sweet Annie is artisan distilled from the aerial tops of Artemisia annua in the Northwestern United States.  It is commonly referred to as Sweet Wormwood, one of many plants in the Artemisia family. It is adored by herbalists for its sweet perfume-like aroma.  Upon first whiff, its sweetly green scent invigorates the senses with nuances of fruity peppermint.  As pleasing as it is to humans, it is naturally offensive to insects, making it an ideal hydrosol for use in the outdoors.  Its pest repellent qualities lend itself to be strongly known as a malaria preventive. It can also be used as a respiratory aid, and to stimulate the immune system.

Energetically, Sweet Annie helps to find one's inner peace, and to recover from trauma involving mistrust and betrayal.  The lush, refreshing scent of Sweet Annie hydrosol makes a natural deodorant and skin tonic.  Blend with woody or floral hydrosols to add sweet green notes that makes a well-rounded and rejuvenating blend.

Beneficial Uses of Sweet Annie Organic Hydrosol:
  • Emotional trauma recovery aid
  • Skin and body care formulations
  • Anti-malaria
  • Respiratory aid
  • Immune stimulant
  • Pest repellent 

The shelf life of a hydrosol is generally up to 2 years or longer when properly stored in the refrigerator. Our Organic Sage Hydrosol does not contain preservatives.

References: Catty, Suzanne; Hydrosols The Next Aromatherapy, Healing Arts Press, Rochester, VT 2001
Price, Len and Shirely Price. Understanding Hydrolats: The Specific Hydrosols for Aromatherapy. London: Churchill Livingston. 2004


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