Limonene is a typical component of citrus fruits and one of 26 regulated allergens in Europe. Many plants such as mint, juniper or rosemary also contain lime. The typical fruity, lemony smell and taste make the natural substance from the group of terpenes unmistakable.



Use as a fragrance and as a solution - and cleaning agent is the typical task of limonene. But as a natural substance, limoene also has an anti-anxiety and antibacterial effect, which is why it is also contained in our mouth spray. In addition, the use of limonene ensures the invigorating, fruity scent of our spray.



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Michel, P., Dobrowolska, A., Kicel, A., Owczarek, A., Bazylko, A., Granica, S., Piwowarski, J. & Olszewska, M .(2014). Polyphenolic Profile, Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Eastern Teaberry (Gaultheria procumbens L.) Leaf Extracts. Molecules19(12), 20498–20520.

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