Broom (Spartium Junceum)

Fruity, bitter, bitter orange, lime, honey, tobacco.

Source

A toxic shrub native to Europe with sweet-smelling, toxic yellow flowers; now also grown in the U.S., particularly in Western rural areas. Though it can be found growing in the wild all over Europe, the variety used in perfumery comes from Italy.

Extraction Method

Broom absolute is extracted from the concrete by washing the flowers in volatile solvents and alcohol.

Use

In perfumery, it is used in floral, chypre and oriental notes. It bestows a rich, natural quality to perfumes.

Medicinal properties

Broom possesses diuretic properties. It can also be hallucinogenic.

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