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Residents in the southeast Bahamas have been involved in the harvesting of cascarilla bark for over 100 years. The Acklins Islanders Coop with a current membership of over three hundred was formed to bring together many harvesters to produce quality products based on the cascarilla bark. Due to the climate and topography it is said that the cascarilla bark grown in the Bahamas is one of the most potent essential oil of its kind in the world.
Tinctures and extracts are used in certain bitter tonic preparations; essential oil as a fragrance component in soaps, detergents, creams, lotions, and perfumes. The oil is used by compounders, especially for men's fragrances, because of its power and tenacity.
Extract is mainly used as a tobacco additive and in alcoholic (bitters and liqueurs) and nonalcoholic beverages. Essential oil is used as a flavor ingredient in many categories of food products, including alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, frozen dairy desserts, candy, baked goods, and condiments and relishes.
Used in the treatment of fevers, malaria, dysentery, dyspepsia.
Enjoy organic Croton eluteria commonly called cascarilla bark harvested
from the wild in the Bahamas. To see the many benefits of this special plant
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Enjoy organic Croton eluteria commonly called cascarilla bark harvested from the wild in the Bahamas. To see the many benefits of this special plant
The Cascarilla Essential Oil is used in the pharmaceutical industry, the perfume industry, and the food industry and the vermouth industry as it has a unique scent and flavor
Enjoy organic Croton eluteria commonly called cascarilla bark harvested from the wild in the Bahamas.