Huile essentielle de Petitgrain


Petitgrain Essential Oil

Citrus aurantium amara The bigaradier is a tree of 5 meters high, whose fruits, flowers or leaves are used to make essential oils. The sour orange tree grows mainly in Europe. Its fruit is used in perfumery and to aromatize food. The flowers of the bigaradier are white and bloom in early spring and are also used in perfumery and to aromatize food. The leaves and twigs of the bigaradier, very thorny, are used to make the essence of petitgrain bigarade (bitter orange). The name of petitgrain bigarade comes from the fact that these are young branches with immature fruits taking the form of small grains. The essential oil is obtained by distillation.

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