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Farnesol: A Sesquiterpenol. Found in rose
essential oil Farnesol is not irritant and bacteriostatic. Farnesol occurs in
star anise, cassia, musk seed, balsam, citronella as well as rose.
Farnesol is used in the perfume industry to sweeten floral perfumes.
Sesquiterpenols: A Sesquiterpene with an
attached alcohol group.
Farnesol constituent is present in:
Farnesol is present in small quantities which may
not be enough to be a significant dosage for medicinal purposes
or Farnesol is not the major constituent of this plant/herb
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