Essential Oil Constituents in Food Part 2: Linalool

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Did you know that many essential oil constituents are also found in fruits, vegetables and other foods? This simple fact shows us that our bodies are used to processing them in very small amounts. This, our second EO constituent, is linalool. This is a major constituent of Ho Wood (up to 99%), Rosewood, Thyme linalool chemotype, Coriander seed and Lavender essential oils. It is also found, in VERY much smaller amounts, in apricots, papayas and cranberries.

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