• Rose Hip

Quality characteristics

  • Production process: Cold pressed
  • Part of the plant used: Fruit
  • Botanical Name: Rosa Rubiginosa
  • Botanical Family: Rosaceae
  • Country of origin: Argentina, Patagonia
  • Quality: 100% Pure and natural

Description

Rosa Rubiginosa belongs to the family of Fabacea. It is a variable climbing, wild rose species native to Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia. The flowers are usually pale pink, but can vary between a deep pink and white. It grows wildly at a large scale in the southern Andes of Argentina.They are the fruits of this plant that by cold pressure gives the oil.

  • fabiana
    Fabiana

Quality characteristics

  • Production process: Steam distillation
  • Part of the plant used: Needles
  • Botanical Name: Fabiana Imbricata
  • Botanical Family: Solanaceae
  • Country of origin: Argentina, Patagonia
  • Quality: 100% Pure and natural

Description

Fabiana imbricata, also called Pichi Pichi or Palo Pichi belongs to the family of Solanacea. It is a resinous bush typical of the Andean region, originally from Chile and covering the argentina-chilena Patagonia, it can also be found in Peru, Bolivia and Brazil.

  • Paramela

Quality characteristics

  • Production process: Steam distillation
  • Part of the plant used: Flower/leaf
  • Botanical Name: Adesmia Boronioides Hook. F.
  • Botanical Family: Fabaceae
  • Country of origin: Argentina, Patagonia
  • Quality: 100% Pure and natural

Description

Adesmia Boronioides, also called Paramela belongs to the family of Fabacea. It is a plant typical of the west Patagonia region. The bush grows wildly on the transition area between the steppe and the Andean foothills forest and its flowers, leaves are used to produce the Paramela essential oil by steam distillation.

  • Pinus Ponderosa

Quality characteristics

  • Production process: Steam distillation
  • Part of the plant used: Needles
  • Botanical Name: Pinus Ponderosa
  • Botanical Family: Pinacae
  • Country of origin: Argentina, Patagonia
  • Quality: 100% Pure and natural

Description

Pinus ponderosa, also called Pin de Patagonie or Yellow Pine belongs to the family of Pinaceaes. Native of Rocky Mountains, it is spread between the United States and Canada, and is also found in the South of the Argentina, in the Patagonia. This species has been planted a lot in the Patagonia during campaigns of reforestation, in the areas of transition between the Andes and the steppes.

  • Douglas Fir

Quality characteristics

  • Production process: Steam distillation
  • Part of the plant used: Needles
  • Botanical Name: Pseudotsuga menziesii
  • Botanical Family: Pinacae
  • Country of origin: Argentina, Patagonia
  • Quality: 100% Pure and natural

Description

Pseudotsuga menziesii, also called Douglas Fir or Oregon pine belongs to the family of Pinaceaes. Native of the West Coast of North America, it is spread between the United States and Canada, and is also found in the South of the Argentina, in the Patagonia. This species has been planted a lot in the Patagonia during campaigns of reforestation, in the areas of transition between the Andes and the steppes.