Mountain Savory — 5ml


(Satureja montana) (FR) Sarriette des montagnes (EN) Mountain Savory

A native of the shores of the Black Sea and southern Europe, Savory is an aromatic, honeyed sub-shrub that was introduced to Central Europe around the 9th century. Often cultivated in gardens in the Middle Ages, Savory was one of the spice blends, and it was often said that it promised users a long life. Indeed, Savory, with its spicy and peppery taste, is one of the most invigorating plants. The tasty essential oil is recommended for bad winter weather, but also in times of low morale.

SKU: HEESA1327ML5 Category:


Net Quantity : 5 ml

The essential oils made by Essenciagua are organic, 100% pure, and natural. Their production is carried out in France from fresh plants from organic farming, duly certified, and the distillation process is carried out using an artisanal method, slowly, at low vapor pressure, and at reduced temperature. This is one of the secrets to guaranteeing the most fragile components of the plant and all the complex richness it offers.

These oils being 100% pure, a few drops are enough to obtain the properties and active ingredients of the chosen plant. Essential oils can be diluted in base oils.

Vegan product

Additional information

Weight 45 g
Liquid quantity

5 ml



Diffuser by misting: a few drops in the water
Diffuser by nebulization: pure or mixed with other oils
Skin use: Applied locally diluted in base oil (30% essential oil and 70% base oil)


– Do not exceed the recommended dosages;
– Do not use in case of hypersensitivity, allergy and when interactions of another product with one of the constituents are described;
– Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle;
– If you suffer from any illness, consult your doctor or healthcare professional before taking any supplement;
– Keep out of the reach and sight of children;
– Preserve from light and heat;
– Should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women;
– Store in a dry place at a temperature below 25°C;