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Our range of products include Jannet El Firdaus Attar, Amber Attar Oil, Agarwood Attar, Attar Indian, Amber Oud Arabian Attar and Attar Al Kaaba Hind.

Jannet El Firdaus Attar
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Jannet El Firdaus Attar

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Description

In Arabic, the word Jannat means heaven, while Firdaus means garden. Jannet el Firdaus means the fragrance of the garden of heaven. This fragrance is wild and musky that will astound your senses and will lift your spirits with its distinct aroma. Free from alcohol, this genuine concentrated perfume oil is high on quality and long lasting.

History

Jannatul Firdous name is derived from the Arabic word meaning The 'Highest Paradise'. The roof of this heaven will be the throne of Allah according to Islamic beliefs.

Color & Aroma

Color : Fresh and Mildly Sweet,

Aroma : The fragrance is wild and musky

Constituents

Jasmine (Jasminium officinale), Cinnamon (Cinnamomum verum), Lotus (Nelumbo nucifera)

Uses

This perfume is a true delight to wear and a little of this high quality, exotic, longer lasting concentrated perfume oil can go for a long time. Owing to its warm effect on body, this fragrance is sure to be worn in a cool climate setting.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     It is made from the combination of flowers, herbs and spices
  • Country of Origin     Saudi Arabia
  • Solubility     Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity     0.885 - 0.906
  • Optical Rotation     +5 - 69800
  • Refrective Index     1.4765 to 1.4925
  • PlantPart     it's mixture of many perfumery flower, resin, seed, leaves and etc.
  • Bland With     It blends well with chloroform and various essential oils
  • CAS No     119 – 36 - 8
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Amber Attar Oil
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Description

Amber attar has in it a rich and sweet fragrance that is well appreciated for its soothing as well as stimulating aroma. It is produced from fossilized sap of giant prehistoric conifer called Pinus succinefera. Essential oil is obtained by distillation of crude fossil resin and has a rich sweet fragrance that is also soothing & stimulating at same time. The oil is also known to have properties.

History

The first and original amber oil was from ambergris. Ambergris is the waxy substance that was found floating on the ocean or washed up on the shore in ancient times. It can be refined into an oil with a strong, but pleasant aroma. In ancient times, no one knew the source of this mysterious substance, and it remained a mystery for centuries. Later, it was determined that ambergris (meaning gray amber) came from . Today, it is thought that the whale regurgitates the ambergris after eating squid (or cuttlefish, one of its favorite foods). This occurs because the squid bones irritates the stomach lining of the whale, and the ambergris being produced as a counter-irritant. Ambergris, when refined into an oil (also called ambergris) was highly sought after by perfumers due to the unique aroma and the very strong fixative value of the ambergris oil. Today ambergris is very rare and extremely expensive. It is also rarely traded due to the fact that the ambergris comes from the whale which is an endangered species. Although they are difficult to make, there are synthetic varieties of ambergris available. For this reason many perfumists and compounding specialists have developed a way to manufacture both natural and synthetic Amber resins at a substantially reduced cost without any ill effect to wildlife and eco-systems. We are often asked about amber oil that comes from the Baltic amber (fossilized amber used for jewelry). This type of amber oil is made through a process called destructive distillation of fossilized amber. It yields an oil that contains succinic acid (which can be used in health products), but it does not have a pleasant aroma. Due to its unpleasant aroma, it is not used in aromatherapy or perfumery

Color & Aroma

Color : Colorless to white & a rich and sweet fragrance,

Aroma : Rare and precious

Constituents

Carene, pinene, sabinene, limonene.

Uses This attar is used as base in perfumes, cosmetics & perfumery products. Further, it is also used in treating ailments like asthma, internal problems and rheumatism. Other than this, it is also used as perfume for chakra anointment as well as in lotions & salves. It is also used to provide protection against negative energies as it has a slightly sweet & gentle fragrance that is soothing to the spirit.

Features:

  • Botanical Name     Pinus Succinifera
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Soluble in alcohol
  • Specific Gravity     1.05 to 1.10
  • Optical Rotation     (-14) -15D - (-19D)
  • Refrective Index     1.54
  • PlantPart     Fossil Resins
  • Bland With     Major essential oils
  • CAS No     Not Applicable
  • Flash Point     167 °F
  • Extraction Method     Dry Distillation of Crude Resin

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Agarwood Attar
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Description

Agarwood Attar has a pleasing woody masculine fragrance and made from natural agarwood. Also known by the name of Oudh/Aloeswood, it is derived from Agarwood tree. The derived oil is most expensive oil in the world due to it being scarce as it takes hundreds of years for resin to form from mold on tree. Having a classic Oudh fragrance, it has a deep, earthy, musky and potent aroma, it blends well with all oils and has warming, purifying, balancing, deep woodsy & transcendent qualities.

History

Agarwood attar has long been associated with various religions and cultures. While it finds a mention in ancient scriptures of Japanese and Chinese dynasties it also finds mention in bible where it is reffered as Aloe in old testament however this matter is debatable. It is certainly considered an aid for meditation in spritual circles, thus it is used for incense and perfumes. Deservingly, it is also called wood of God in Asia

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark brown & Balsamic Odor,

Aroma : Spiky, Woodsy & Powerful scent

Constituents

chamazulene, bisabolol oxide A, a-bisabolol, bisabolol oxide B, bisabolone oxide A.

Uses

Agarwood oil is derived from Aquillaria agollocha tree and blended into pure Sandalwood essential oil. The CO2 extraction gives it a truer aroma as well as ensures there is no chemical residues present in it. Its three principal uses include medicine, perfume & incense. Smaller quantities of this oil are also used for other purposes like carvings.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Aquilaria Malaccensis
  • Country of Origin     India, Malaysia and Indonesia
  • Solubility     Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity     (0.988) 0.968 - .0970
  • Optical Rotation     (-16) -17D - (-21D)
  • Refrective Index     (1.5100) 1.5000 - 1.5100
  • PlantPart     Wood
  • Bland With     Carnation, Geranium, and Sandalwood.
  • CAS No     N/A
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Attar Indian
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Description

This Asli Indian attar is perfume oil processed from flower petals distilled in water using low heat and pressure. These attars contain exotic woods, spices and resins. In perfumery, sandalwood oil is used as a base or fixative to bind the molecules of the fragrance oils and allows their subtleties to develop and to last long.

History

History of this product can not be defined as it's mixture of many perfumery Oils

Color & Aroma

Color : Sweet aroma,

Aroma : The fragrance is so exotic, rich, strong and seductive

Constituents

The main components include various essential oils, suitable for fragrance such as sandalwood, amber, patchouli, flowers, roots, herbs and spices.

Uses

The attars are free from alcohol thereby extensively used by Muslims as a perfume. Attars oil has several aromatherapy used and are free from any preservatives or chemical additives. These floral and herbal extracts with oil base are useful in cases of stress, hypertension and treating skin ailments.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     It is made from the combination of flowers, herbs and spices
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity     0.9550 to 0.9950
  • Optical Rotation     -0.300 to -0.400
  • Refrective Index     1.4265 to 1.4425
  • PlantPart     it's mixture of many perfumery flower, resin, seed, leaves and etc.
  • Bland With     It blends well with alcohol,ether and chloroform.
  • CAS No     68917-15-7
  • Flash Point     136 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Amber Oud Arabian Attar
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Description

Amber Ood Arabian attar is a mixture of exclusive ingredients like amber and ood oil, which is intended to evoke beauty and softness. The freshness and warmth of the aroma makes it suitable for all occasions. This genuine ood product is of high quality and long lasting. Ood oil is extracted from the resinous wood of the Aquilaria tree. This concentrated perfume oil is alcohol free and safe to use.

History

The legendary Agarwood or Aloeswood, as it is sometimes referred to, is one of the most mysterious and precious substances used in perfumery and magic. Even in biblical times it was highly sought after and had a reputation of being a supreme incense ingredient. Its true origin lies in Southeast Asia, where it is just as highly desired. The Japanese, who have a highly refined incense culture, are particularly keen on Agarwood, which forms the basis of most of their blends. In India it is known as Garu Garu and is associated with Garuda, the divine eagle who carries Lord Vishnu on his wings. In Chinese, more pragmatically, it is known as 'sinking incense', which refers to the fact that the resin-laden wood will sink in water rather than swim. What make this substance so precious and rare is that fact that the resin only develops as a pathological reaction to fungal infection of the heartwood. The older the tree and the more advanced the infection the more resin-drenched the wood will become. Due to the high demand, however, such wood is more and more difficult to find. As a result the price of wood chips and oil have soared. Due to greed and indiscriminate felling of even healthy trees the survival of the species has become threatened and trade has become restricted. However, there are projects under way that aim to produce Agarwood chips and Oud oil sustainably by artificially infecting planted trees with the fungus. If these projects succeed Agarwood may become more easily available and affordable and the wild trees may have a chance to survive.

Color & Aroma

Color : Subtle fragrance,

Aroma : rarefied and cherished

Constituents

It contains various aromatic herbs, spices, sandal oil, musk essence of flowers, and leaves.

Uses

The high quality and long lasting Amber Ood Arabian Attar can be used as a perfume for all occasions. This is widely used by many people as a personal perfume, mainly by Muslims due to absence of alcohol. This attar is used to be among the likes of the Mughal princes. The freshness and warmth of the aroma makes it adaptable for various types of occasions.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Pinus Succinifera
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity     0.9150 to 0.9350
  • Optical Rotation     -0.500 to -0.600
  • Refrective Index     1.3765 to 1.4925
  • PlantPart     Resins of Fossils
  • Bland With     Organic Patchouli, Jojoba oil and natural Vitamin E
  • CAS No     8007-70-3
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Dry Extraction of raw Resin

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Attar Al Kaaba Hind
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Description

Attar Al Kaaba hind is an oriental fragrance both for women and men. This beautiful fragrance is made of agarwood (oud), sandalwood, amber and taif rose. A unique combination of woody, floral, sweet spicy notes that make one feel great and special. This distinct aroma takes you to the Arabian city of kaaba.

History

History of this product can not be defined as it's mixture of many perfumery Oils

Color & Aroma

Color : Brownish & sweet fragrance,

Aroma : smooth, relaxing

Constituents

It includes various essential oils, suitable for fragrance such as sandalwood, amber, patchouli, flowers, roots, herbs and spices.

Uses

This attar is used by many people as a perfume, mainly by Muslims due to absence of alcohol. These are free from any preservatives or chemical additives thereby extensively used for aromatherapy purposes. These floral extracts with base oil are useful in cases of stress, hypertension and treating skin ailments. Inhaling of sandalwood oil reduce stress and can also stop vomiting.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name Many different aromatic compounds. Can't not be listed in here.
  • Country of Origin India
  • Solubility Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity 0.9150 to 0.9350
  • Optical Rotation 0.57000 - 0.67000
  • Refrective Index 1.4165 to 1.4325
  • PlantPart it's mixture of many perfumery flower, resin, seed, leaves and etc.
  • Bland With It easily blends with alcohol, ether and chloroform
  • CAS No 8030-55-51
  • Flash Point 120.00 °F
  • Extraction Method Steam Distillation

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Attar Full Arabian Perfume Oil
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Description

A combination of floral, herbal and spices, this fragrance of Attar Full oil is highly rich and floral settling down to a beautiful heady floral fragrance. Very captivating, this fragrance is associated with romance and seduction.

History

Attar Full Arabian Perfume oil is known to have the most captivating fragrance which is said to evoke romance and seduction.

Color & Aroma

Color : Greenish-yellow & sharp and fresh fragrance,

Aroma : The fragrance is so exotic, rich, strong and seductive

Constituents

It contains various essential oils, suitable for fragrance such as sandalwood, amber, patchouli, flowers, roots, herbs and spices.

Uses

Due to absence of alcohol, this attar is extensively used by many people as a perfume, mainly by Muslims. Attars are also used for aromatherapy purposes as they are free from any preservatives or chemical additives. These floral and herbal extracts with oil base are helpful in cases of stress, hypertension and treating skin ailments.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     It is made from the combination of flowers, herbs and spices
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.9350 to 0.9550
  • Optical Rotation     0.6000 - 0.7000
  • Refrective Index     1.4365 to 1.4525
  • PlantPart     It is made from the combination of flowers, herbs and spices, specially Damask rose
  • Bland With     It easily blends with alcohol, ether and chloroform,
  • CAS No     8015-73-4
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Bakhoor Al Attar
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Description

This belongs to the bakhoor attar family and has an Arabian twist to it. These are made from the natural extracts of flowers such as jasmine, rose or sandalwood and various other herbs and spices. Free from alcohol, these attars are applied all round the body but generally on the side of the neck, palm of the hand and elbows. These attars can make ideal gifts for both genders male and female.

History

History of this product can not be defined as it's mixture of many perfumery Oils

Color & Aroma

Color : Reddish color & Rich aromatic and pleasant fragrance,

Aroma : refresh, soothing

Constituents

It contains various essential oils, suitable for fragrance like sandalwood, amber, patchouli, flowers, roots, herbs and spices

Uses

In the past, these attars were used by the elite, especially kings and queens. The attars are free from alcohol thereby extensively used by Muslims as a personal perfume. It has various aromatherapy used as they do not contain any preservatives or chemical additives. These are natural floral and herbal extracts with oil base and are useful in the cases of stress, hypertension and for treating skin ailments.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Jasmine Grandilfflorum
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity     0.9350 to 0.9550
  • Optical Rotation     0.6000 - 0.7000
  • Refrective Index     1.4365 to 1.4525
  • PlantPart     Natural extracts of Jasmine, Rose and Sandalwood flowers and other herbs and spices are combined to make the bakhoor attar
  • Bland With     It mix well with alcohol, chloroform and other oils.
  • CAS No     8007-75-8
  • Flash Point     Not Applicable
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Bakul Attar
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Description

Bakul Attar is derived from bakula, which is India’s most sacred as well as beautiful flowering tree. It is most commonly found on western coast of India and flowers between months of March to August. Filling the air with an intoxicating aroma, the perfume of bakul flower (Also called “garland flower”) lasts for very long time & therefore is symbolic for lasting love and devotion. Prepared from absolutes obtained from star-shaped Bakul flowers, the attar is also among the most preferred due to its soft & floral fragrance.

History

Not Applicble

Color & Aroma

Color : Creamy white & floral fragrance,

Aroma : Sweet, exotic, floral scent

Constituents

Extract of Maulsri flowers, Sandalwood oil.

Uses

This attar is used in preparation of exclusive perfume blends as well as in exotic scents. Prepared from the extract of Maulsri flowers and Sandalwood oil, Bakul attar is also used in sacred Hindu ceremonies while seeking the blessings of gods and goddesses.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name     Mimusops Elengi
  • Country of Origin     India,Middle Eastern,Saudi Arabia
  • Solubility     Soluble in alcohol and oils and Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.848~0.869 0.868
  • Optical Rotation     -1~-4 -2.3
  • Refrective Index     1.457~1.468 1.465
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     True Sandalwood Oil.
  • CAS No     8001 – 88 - 5
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Extraction

 

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Black Musk Attar
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Description

We offer 100% Natural and Skin Safe Black Musk Attar is is quality processed using hydro distillation of herbs, flowers and spices that is followed by the maturing stages. The quality Black Musk Attar hence generated is used for providing solutions for joint pains, acne as well as skin problems. Other than this, it is also used as beauty care in creams and lotions..

History

The musk oil is produced from a gland removed from the bottom of the belly of the Asia Musk Deer, Tokapi Deer, or Chinese Wild Deer. It is about the size of a small orange, and can only be obtained from the adult male deer. It is the either boiled in oil, or dried in to grains. Using this method, all deer are trapped and it is estimated that it will take 3 to 5 deer to find a fully mature stag (male). In Russia alone that would be 60,000 deer killed in one year to equal the amount of musk sold at their markets. All this for perfumes (5 % of trade) and traditional medicines of China (bulk of musk trade) and others. Currently the musk gland is used in as many as 400 Chinese and Korean traditional remedies, that have been made for over 5,000 years if not more. But as the populations grow in that area of the world, it consumes the habitat of this species, while demanding ever more Musk Deer's gland! Laws are in place to protect and conserve these deer in their range.

Color & Aroma

Color : light yellow to brown & persistent odor,

Aroma : smooth, relaxing,(energetic)

Constituents

 

Uses

Musk attar is widely used in the perfumery industry as a substitute for natural musk. Further, it is also used in meeting the needs of altering the smell of a mixture of other musks. Other than this, it is also highly beneficial in treating ailments like acne, joint pains and other skin related issues.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Nardostachys jatamansi
  • Country of Origin    
  • Solubility     alcohol
  • Specific Gravity     1.550 - 1.625
  • Optical Rotation     -5 TO -16
  • Refrective Index     0.970 T0 0.990
  • PlantPart     Black Musk gland
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     8001 – 88 - 5
  • Flash Point     124°F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

 

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Blue Lotus Attar
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Description

Blue Lotus Attar offered has in it a wonderful combination of beautiful Blue Lotus absolute that is diluted to perfection in pure Mysore sandalwood oil. A "great receiver," it has in it the ability to attract as well as hold onto scent of other aromatics. The light, penetrating & ethereal notes of Blue Lotus that is blended into rich, warm depths of Indian sandalwood oil also makes it exciting as well as different way to enjoy its essence.

History

Lotus Absolute is commonly known in India as pink absolute. Pink lotus is a scared flower of both Hinduism and Buddhism religion. Further, it compared Frankincense as it has ability to open the air ways deepening the breath thus promoting relaxation and calmness. Greek and roman used this to cure asthma, rheumatism, etc

Color & Aroma

Color : Exciting essence,

Aroma : Exotic floral aroma

Constituents

 

Uses

Feeling great pain, there is a sense of being bad or not good enough TO calm, easy going. The pain is all forgotten as if in a dream. You are able to feel deeply and feel the pain without it disturbing you. There is a sense of detachment without disconnect.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Nymphaea caerulea
  • Country of Origin     India,East Africa, Indian Subcontinent,Thailand
  • Solubility     Insoluble in alcohol
  • Specific Gravity     0.935 to 0.948 at 20 digree C
  • Optical Rotation     +3 Ce to +3.5 Ce
  • Refrective Index     1.485 to 1.492
  • PlantPart     Flower
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     8008-45-5
  • Flash Point     >100
  • Extraction Method     Alcohol Extraction

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Chameli Attar
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Description

Chameli Attar offered is prepared from Jasmine Grandiflorum flowers, which are one of the most versatile flowers and have lovely floral smell. The derived attar has in it properties that helps in increasing vitality as well as creates strong protective energy against disturbing influences. Further, this attar is also used in headaches as well as for getting relief from heavy head feeling. The attar is also used in water that is used for worshipping Lord Krishna.

History

Jasmine was originated in India and cultivated in the northern part of Himalayan valleys. Since the ancient time, Jasmine has been considered as the 'queen of flowers'. In the 1400s, Jasmine was planted for kings of Afghanistan, Nepal and Persia. Moreover, the plant was introduced into Britain in the latter part of the 17th century.

Color & Aroma

Color : lovely floral smell,

Aroma : a warm, spicy fragrance and resembles to clove oil.

Constituents

 

Uses

It is used extensively used in perfumery based applications. Other than this, it is also used in providing fragrance to exotic skin care formulations or is also used "as is" as a natural perfume oil.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Jasmine Grandilfflorum
  • Country of Origin     india
  • Solubility     Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity     0.67000 - 0.69800 at 20°
  • Optical Rotation     75 degC
  • Refrective Index     (1.5100) 1.5000 - 1.5100
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     8007 –75 – 8
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Solvent Extraction

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Champa Attar
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Description

Champa Attar is extracted from very beautiful flower that ids also known as Champaca (Michelia champaca). From Indian Origin, the flower is of rare species and only found in India and is a replica for Romance for its sweet smelling &  fragrance.

History

The flower is of rare species and is only found in India. Due to its sweet smell and  fragrance, Romans used it in replication to other costly products.

Color & Aroma

Color : Oily liquid, clear light yellow to slightly darker with somewhat woody, sweet, peculiar, persistent odor,

Aroma : Fragrance similar to Magnolia, lush, rich, exotic floral

Constituents

Indian White Sandalwood essential oil. Champa essential oil, Hydrodistilled Golden Champa flowers.

Uses

Champa Attar is useful in treating of gonorrhea as well as in renal diseases. Other than this, it is also used for diseases of head, sub-acute rheumatism, headache, vertigo, gout and other ailments.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Champaca
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     1:5 in 70% ethanol
  • Specific Gravity     (0.978) 0.965 - .0980
  • Optical Rotation     (-17) -15D - (-20D)
  • Refrective Index     (1.5100) 1.5000 - 1.5100
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Clary Sage, Lavender, Geranium, Jasmine, Neroli, Patchouli, Tea Tree, Rose, Lemon and Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     Not Applicable
  • Flash Point     > 200.00 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Choya Loban Attar
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Description

Choya loban Attar is produced by adding benzoin directly and heating it in a special earthern ware. With more volatile principles of gum distilled into receiving vessel, it forms the natural way to produce Choya loban that finds usage in incense business, hawan samagri and other similar applications.

History

Used for thousands of years in the East as a medicine and incense. Europeans used it for respiratory problems. In southern Asia, it was traditionally used for healing the wound of circumcision. Used as a fixative in fragrances, soaps, cosmetics,

Color & Aroma

Color : Golden color & strong odour,

Aroma : Benzoin oil has a sweet, warm and vanilla-like aroma.

Constituents

Not Applicable

Uses

Used primarily as an inhalant for respiratory afflictions: asthma, bronchitis, coughs, laryngitis, lung infections and for some skin problems (but great care in usage needs to be followed because it could be a powerful skin sensitizer).

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name     Styrax Tonkinesis
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity     0.66000 - 0.68800 at 20°
  • Optical Rotation     +14° 10' TO +25°
  • Refrective Index     1.5210 TO 1.5300
  • PlantPart     Tree resin, pathologically gathered.
  • Bland With     Cardamom, Frankincense, Myrrh, Myrtle, Neroli, Orange, Petitgrain and Sandalwood
  • CAS No     8024-01-0
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Solvent extracted

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Choya Ral Attar
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Description

Choya Ral Attar is produced by heating bark of Wild Tree in a special earthern ware with burnt bark and carrier oil or base oil like Sandalwood, Paraffin and others. It is also added as an extract by collecting it through a small spout, drop by drop. It is very useful in incense business, as well as in hawan samagri.

History

Choya Ral Attar is produced in a verys special way. Choya Ral fragrances manufacturers use dry bark of wild tree and heat it in a special earthern ware with burnt bark and carrier oil or base oil like sandalwood, paraffin and others. Choya Ral perfume oil manufacturer collect the extract drop by drop through a small spout to get make it into Choya Ral attar oils. Choya Ral Attars are mostly produced in India using the indegeneous method of extraction. Their flavours fragrances have a deep sensuous scent. This particular perfume attar blends well with Sandalwood Oil and other attars and sent to the market as wholesale perfume oils and further distribted by the fragrance oil suppliers.

Color & Aroma

Color : Deep sensuous scent,

Aroma : a warm, spicy fragrance and resembles to clove oil.

Constituents

Not Applicable

Uses

It is vey useful in incense business as well as in the applciation in hawan samagri.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Not Applicable
  • Country of Origin     india
  • Solubility     Alcohol soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.86000 - 0.88800 at 20 deg C
  • Optical Rotation     1.862 to 1.876 at 20 deg C °
  • Refrective Index     1.952 to 1.966 at 20 deg C
  • PlantPart     Resin
  • Bland With     Not Applicable
  • CAS No     8001 – 88 - 5
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Firdous Attar
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Description

This attar derived its name from the 'Highest Paradise' or the Arabic term Jannatul Firdous. Made from the natural extracts of flowers and other essential oils, these have wild and musky fragrance that can leaves oneself mesmerized. These attars are used as gifts and are suitable for both male and female.

History

Jannatul Firdous name is derived from the Arabic word meaning The 'Highest Paradise'. The roof of this heaven will be the throne of Allah according to Islamic beliefs.

Color & Aroma

Color : fragrance is wild and musky,

Aroma : The fragrance is wild and musky

Constituents

It consists of various essential oils, suitable for fragrance such as sandalwood, amber, patchouli, flowers, roots, herbs and spices

Uses

The attars were used by the kings and queens in the past. These are also used for various aromatherapy purposes as these do not contain any preservatives or chemical additives. These attars are natural floral and herbal extracts with oil base and are also helpful in the cases of stress, hypertension and for treating skin ailments. Nowadays, the attars are used as a personal perfume primarily by Muslims as they are free from alcohol.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Not Applicable
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     N/A
  • Specific Gravity     0.9250 to 0.9450
  • Optical Rotation     0.2000 - 0.3000
  • Refrective Index     1.4265 to 1.4425
  • PlantPart     it's mixture of many perfumery flower, resin, seed, leaves and etc.
  • Bland With     It suitably blends with alcohol, ether and chloroform
  • CAS No     8007-46-3
  • Flash Point     156 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Frangipani Attar
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Description

Frangipani Attar has a smell of citrus that resembles faintly the unusual scent of pomelo blossoms. The derived Frangipani Oil has great demand for its wonderful usage in massage as well as aroma therapy based applications.

History

Frangipani, also known as Plumera, is one of the most delightful members of the Apocynacea or Dogbane family. Its delicate, silken flowers appear in a myriad of variation and its enchanting scent can be described as the mother of all perfumes - it is nectar for the Gods. In India, Bali and other tropical countries it is indeed held sacred and present at every ceremony. But most of all it is sacred to Krishna. Frangipani trees are frequently planted in temple grounds, which has earned them the name 'Pagoda trees'. In India, they are also often planted near graves and revered as a 'Tree of Life' that symbolizes the eternal life of the soul. The Maya of Central America also hold this tree sacred. The red and white varieties represent the sun and the moon respectively. Shamans use the flower water of frangipani as an offering to the Gods. Frangipani received its name from a perfume invented by the Marquis Frangipani, Marechal des Armees of Louis XIII of France. It was composed of every spice known until Plumeria (Frangipani) was discovered. The scent of Frangipani was the perfect perfume, a million times better than all other scents put together. Henceforth, the perfume was made from Frangipani and the tree was named after the Marquis. Frangipani oil should not be confused with a confectioner's paste of the same name, which is made with almonds and honey, but has nothing to do with the essence of this tree, except that its inventors also considered it divine food for the Gods.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow & Romantic fragrance,

Aroma : light yellow to brown & persistent odor,

Constituents

Sandalwood, paraffin base.

Uses

The Frangipani Oil has great demand for its wonderful usage in massage as well as in aroma therapies. The real Attar of Frangipani also has in it constituents that provides a calming as well as relaxing tone to the human mind.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Plumeria
  • Country of Origin     Mexico and Central America and Venezuela
  • Solubility     Soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.98880 to 0.99840
  • Optical Rotation     1.962 to 1.976 at 20 deg C
  • Refrective Index     1.50220 to 1.51170
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Sandalwood OIl
  • CAS No     92457-29-9
  • Flash Point     152.00 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Gardenia Attar
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Description

Extracted from gardenia fresh flower petals, Gardenia essential oil has a strong sweet, pleasant and floral aroma. Gardenia plants from which the oil is extracted are prized for the strong sweet scent of their flowers that resemble white roses. These bloom from around mid-spring through mid-summer and have leaves that are dark green and glossy with a leathery texture.

History

Gardenia jasminoides, also known as cape jasmine or cape jessamine, is a common type of gardenia that has a long history of medicinal use. Not only has Gardenia jasminoides been used in Chinese medicine for hundreds of years, but extracts of the gardenia fruit have been scientifically studied and proved to be effective for many of the same conditions for which Chinese medical practitioners have been prescribing it for centuries. Zhizi, as Gardenia jasminoides is called in Chinese medicine, is considered a bitter, cold herb that helps with yin deficiency. In conventional Western medicine, the medicinal plant has been shown effective in reducing inflammation and exhibits anti-angiogenic properties. In traditional Chinese medicine, the kernel of the Gardenia jasminoides berry is made into a paste and used to treat redness and swelling for conditions like rheumatoid arthritis. It is considered effective for relieving anxiety and agitation, so it is frequently prescribed for depression and insomnia. Some aromatherapists prescribe gardenia oil for anxiety and nervous tension owing to its calming effect.

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellowish & strong sweet scent,

Aroma : Sweet, exotic, floral scent

Constituents

Sandalwood Oil, Carrier Oils

Uses

Extracted from the flower part of the plant, Gardenia oil finds application in the perfumery industry for making romantic scents, perfumes and others. Other than this, the oil also has usages in aromatherapy based applications.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Gardenia jasminoides
  • Country of Origin     Tropical and subtropical regions of Africa
  • Solubility     Water soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.81000 - 0.82800 at 20 deg C
  • Optical Rotation     1.862 to 1.876 at 20 deg C °
  • Refrective Index     1.942 to 1.956 at 20 deg C
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Indian sandalwood and clove, Amber
  • CAS No     8001 – 88 - 5
  • Flash Point     167 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Genda Attar
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Description

Genda Attar offered has commonness of Marigold leads yet the derived perfume is uniquely beautiful. Very "green" and refreshing, its refreshing and fresh aroma symbolizes friendship, loyalty & steadfastness in love.

History

Genda attar was developed in the ancient times and it is used to cure inflammatory diseases like asthma. In India, people decorate temples with beautiful garlands of marigolds

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellow & Refreshing scent,

Aroma : Gloriously "green"

Constituents

Indian White Sandalwood essential oil, Marigold (Tagetes minuta) essential oil.

Uses

The extracted oil is extensively used in perfumery based applications. Providing a refreshing feel to the mind & body, it is also used in aromatherapy based applications. Further, it is also used in cleaning the air as well as in varied skin care preparations.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Tagetes erecta
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Alcohol soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.66000 - 0.68800 at 20°
  • Optical Rotation     1.762 to 1.776 at 20 deg C °
  • Refrective Index     1.862 to 1.876 at 20 deg C
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Clary Sage, Lavender, Geranium, Jasmine, Neroli, Patchouli, Tea Tree, Rose, Lemon and Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     127-40-2
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Goldmohar Attar
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Description

Goldmohar Attar offered is extracted from one of the rare flowers found in India. It is also used in various creams as it has better lather and foaming properties.

History

One of the rare flowers found in India is the source of Natural Gold Mohar Attar. Gold Mohar fragrances manufacturers extract this flower is to get Gold Mohar Attar. Gold Mohur flowers trees are medium in size. Many varieties and rows are found in this tree. Being yellow in color, Gold Mohar can be called a handsome tree which contains leaves and a grey bark. Perfume manufacturers use the flavours fragrances of Gold Mohar attars, which are originated in Madagascar, to produce perfume.

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellow & lovely floral,

Aroma : Spicy floral and very deep rose odor

Constituents

Sandalwood Oil, Carrier Oils

Uses

Gold Mohar Attar finds extensive usage in various cosmetic & creams as it is well known for providing beneficial effects in form of sun screening and toning of the skin.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Delonix regia
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Alcohol soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.9450 to 0.9650
  • Optical Rotation     0.500 to -0.500
  • Refrective Index     1.4565 to 1.4725
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Amber, Hina Zafrani, Indian sandalwood
  • CAS No     8001 – 88 - 5
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Gul Henna Attar
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Description

Heena/Hina Attar offered is highly used in Tobacco Industry.

History

Gulhina Attar(traditional distillation of Lawsonia inermis flowers into sandalwood is a pale yellow to light amber colored liquid displaying a delicate, rich, herbaceous-floral bouquet with a precious wood-balsamic undertone Gulhina is a perfect perfume in itself-subtle, complex and beautiful and I do not recommend blending hem

Color & Aroma

Color : sweet scent,

Aroma : a warm, spicy fragrance and resembles to clove oil.

Constituents

Heena flowers, sandalwood oil.

Uses

The leaves of henna are used as skin and hair dye traditionally. It is also used in medicine and oil for perfumery. Gul Hina Attar is used in the preparation of perfume for men and women and also is used in Mehendi.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Lawsonia Inermis
  • Country of Origin     southern Asia,Australasia,India
  • Solubility     soluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.9650 to 0.9850
  • Optical Rotation     -0.300 to -0.400
  • Refrective Index     1.4765 to 1.4925
  • PlantPart     Leaves
  • Bland With     The above quality is our standard specification. In addition to this customized blends are also offered to meet specific requirements.
  • CAS No     84988-66-9
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Har Sringar Attar
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Description

Har Sringar Attar offered has a great demand for its sweet smell. Further, it also has great therapeutic usages. Its medicinal use include meeting the treatment needs of malaria, jaundice, mental retardation, abdomen disorder, paralysis and other ailments.

History

Har singar should not be confused with the West Indian shrub Cestrum nocturnum, also called queen of the night. Nyctanthes arbortristis literally means, night-blooming sad tree. Grows as large shrub or small tree depending on how it is trained. The large attractive leaves are rough and hairy. The sweet scented flowers are small, attractive with white petals and an orange-red tube in center and bloom profusely, opening at night and drop off in the morning, thus making a carpet of flowers in the morning

Color & Aroma

Color : Sweet floral odor,

Aroma : a warm, spicy fragrance and resembles to clove oil.

Constituents

Not Applicable

Uses

Used for worship. Needs warmth during winter months. Use well drained soil and fertilize once a month.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Not Applicable
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Alcohol soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.9450 to 0.9650
  • Optical Rotation     0.700 to -0.800
  • Refrective Index     1.5765 to 1.5925
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Bergamot, Clary Sage, Lavender, Geranium, Jasmine, Neroli, Patchouli, Tea Tree, Rose, Lemon and Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     8001 – 88 - 5
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Hayati Attar
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Description

Hayati attar is a type of perfume that is extracted from the flowers herbs, spices, or barks in to base oil such as sandalwood oil. These attars are free from alcohol and are used as personal perfume, particularly by Muslims. Owing to its fresh and unique aroma, it finds usage in the perfumery industry

History

History of this product can not be defined as it's mixture of many perfumery Oils

Color & Aroma

Color : Characteristic odor,

Aroma : refresh, smoothing

Constituents

The main contents include essential oils that suitable for fragrance like sandalwood, amber, patchouli, flowers, roots, herbs and spices.

Uses

The attars are mainly used for perfumery purposes. These are free from alcohol thereby primarily used by Muslims. Now, these attars are also used for aromatherapy purposes and are useful in the cases of stress, hypertension and for treating skin ailments. The attar oils can be used to make home-made lotions, facial toners, perfumes and other natural products.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     It is made from the combination of flowers, herbs and spices
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity     0.9350 to 0.9750
  • Optical Rotation     -0.300 to -0.400
  • Refrective Index     1.4365 to 1.4525
  • PlantPart     it's mixture of many perfumery flower, resin, seed, leaves and etc
  • Bland With     This attar blends well with alcohol, ether and chloroform
  • CAS No     8007 –75 – 8
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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Hina Ambari Attar
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Description

Hina Ambari Attar has usage of more than 75 Herbs and are extracted from various rare herbs found only in India. A speciality of India (As no other country in World produces Hina), we deliver these in form of Hina Oils and Hina Attars.

History

For centuries, mehndi — the art of henna painting on the body — has been practiced in India, Africa, and the Middle East, where the henna plant is believed to bring love and good fortune, and to protect against evil. Mehndi is traditionally practiced for wedding ceremonies, during important rites of passage, and in times of joyous celebration. A paste made from the crushed leaves of the henna plant is applied to the skin, and when removed several hours later, leaves beautiful markings on the skin that fade naturally over 1 to 3 weeks.

Color & Aroma

Color : Brownish & sweet scent,

Aroma : Nutty and herbaceous

Constituents

Heena Leaves, Pure Amber.

Uses

It finds extensive usage in the cosmetic product manufacturing as a source of incense.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Not Applicable
  • Country of Origin     India,Egypt,Morocco
  • Solubility     Soluble in alcohol, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.9680 to 0.9890
  • Optical Rotation     0.64000 - 0.66800
  • Refrective Index     1.2765 to 1.2925
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     True Sandalwood Oil
  • CAS No     8007 –75 – 8
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Hina Attar
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Description

Hina Attar is prepared by hydro distillation method from Mehndi flower. This attar is prepared using base of Pure Sandalwood oil and has a balancing smell of both Heena & Indian Sandalwood oil. It has tenacity of approximately 12 hours. As we use natural source to prepare Gul Henna attar, this is available in form of uncut, long lasting, alcohol free and high grade essence oil.

History

The earliest cosmetic use of henna (lawsonia inermis) was in Egypt, where the people would dye their hair and nails, and a Pharaoh's fingers and toes would be dipped before mummification. Once the henna plant's cooling properties were discovered, painting the skin and dying the hair with henna became a way for the people in desert climates to cool their body temperature. For centuries mehndi has been practiced in Africa, India, Asia, the Middle East, and Central Eurasia for various ceremonies and celebrations. Today mehndi is still practiced in many diverse ways, from eccentric body decoration, to healing ceremonies. Mehndi is a Magical Art

Color & Aroma

Color : Brownish & woody, rich, warm, spicy, and medicinal fragrance,

Aroma : smooth, relaxing,(energetic)

Constituents

Pure Sandalwood essential oil, Hina flower essential oil

Uses

It can be used as a flavouring agent as well as a base material for perfumery products. This attar is used in preparation of perfume for both men and women. Its pure constitution also makes it excellent for aromatherapy based applications.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name    
  • Country of Origin     Iran, Pakistan, Syria, Persia, Morocco, Egypt and India
  • Solubility     Alcohol soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.9450 to 0.9650
  • Optical Rotation     -0.400 to -0.500
  • Refrective Index     1.5565 to 1.5725
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Amber, Hina Zafrani, Indian sandalwood
  • CAS No     84988-66-9
  • Flash Point     102°C (215.6°F)
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Hina Musky Attar
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Description

Hina Musky Attar is a rare attar that has a spicy, woodsy, warm, earthy & exotic aroma. It is prepared using steam distillation method through blends of different herbs, spices and flowers that makes it perfect for perfumery and aromatherapy based applications.

History

Not Applicable

Color & Aroma

Color : spicy, warm, woodsy, earthy and exotic aroma,

Aroma : Spiky, Woodsy & Powerful scent

Constituents

Hina flower essential oil, Sandalwood essential oil

Uses

Prepared using distillation process by blending different herbs, spices and flowers, it has a spicy, warm, earthy, woodsy and exotic aroma that makes it perfect for preparation of perfumes. Further, it also finds usage in aromatherapy based applications.

 

Features:

  • Botanical Name Not Applicable
  • Country of Origin India,Pakistan
  • Solubility Alcohol soluble
  • Specific Gravity 0.9250 to 0.9450
  • Optical Rotation 0.64000 - 0.66800
  • Refrective Index 1.4465 to 1.4625
  • PlantPart Flowers
  • Bland With Hina Zafrani, Indian sandalwood
  • CAS No 8001 – 88 - 5
  • Flash Point >100
  • Extraction Method Steam Distilled

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Hina Oudhi Attar
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Description

The Hina Oudhi Attar offered by us is extracted from Agarwood. A very rare attar, it has a strong woody smell. This attar is specially used to facilitate meditation and spiritual communion. Used in aromatherapy treatment, this attar also has some medicinal properties.

History

Not Applicable

Color & Aroma

Color : Spicy, warm, woodSy, earthy and exotic aroma,

Aroma : Characteristic odor

Constituents

Hina extract, sandalwood oil.

Uses The Hina Oudhi Attar finds usage in the perfumery industry along with being used as a popular ingredient in many an aromatherapy product. Further, it is also used to assist in meditation and other spiritual exercises where it creates an aura of transcendence.

Features:



  • Botanical Name     Osmanthus fragrans
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     0.9750 to 0.9950
  • Specific Gravity     -0.500 to -0.600
  • Optical Rotation     1.4565 to 1.4725
  • Refrective Index     1.522–1.590 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart     Bark
  • Bland With     Sandalwood oil.
  • CAS No     8007 –75 – 8
  • Flash Point     >100
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Hina Zafrani Attar
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Description

The spicy, mysterious blend of Hina Zafrani Attar evokes warm thoughts toward oneself & others. It is made by distilling saffron into base of Sandalwood oil, where sandalwood acts as fixative and helps in enhancing the floral notes of the attar. The end result is unique and complex fragrance that is perfect for use as enticing or simply to lift the mood.

History

Not Applicable

Color & Aroma

Color : complex fragrance,

Aroma : Spiky, Woodsy & Powerful scent

Constituents

Pure Sandalwood essential oil, Hina flower essential oil

Uses

Made by distilling saffron into base of Sandalwood oil, it acts as fixative as well as helps in enhancing the floral notes of the attar. It finds application as an enticing or simply to lift the mood.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Not Applicable
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Alcohol soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.9250 to 0.9450
  • Optical Rotation     0.65000 - 0.67800
  • Refrective Index     1.4265 to 1.4425
  • PlantPart     flower
  • Bland With     Amber, Indian sandalwood, Hina Zafrani
  • CAS No     68650-46-4
  • Flash Point     ( + 10° ) - ( + 25° )
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

 

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Honey Suckle Attar
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Description

Honeysuckle oil is excellent in aromatherapy and is used to scent candles. It is a high-grade essential oil and known for its long-lasting fragrance. The oil provides a sweet and calming fragrance which is used as an additive to perfume body oils, skin lotions, soaps, potpourri, massage oils and bath oils.

History

Honeysuckle is one of the most expensive aromatherapy oils and consequently is little used in the practice of aromatherapy. In addition, pure honeysuckle essential oil is difficult to obtain and is more common as an absolute or infused oil. Be aware of the different types of honeysuckle oils available and their uses. Consult a qualified health professional before using honeysuckle essential oil for therapeutic purposes.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow to reddish-yellow,

Aroma : powerful scent that can be described as a rich and honey-sweet. It is both woody and fresh.

Constituents

Not Applicable

Uses

Adding a few drops of honeysuckle oil in the bath gives a feeling of happiness.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Not Applicable
  • Country of Origin     Europe and USA
  • Solubility     Soluble in alcohol, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity     0.9740 to 0.9940
  • Optical Rotation     0.62000 - 0.64000
  • Refrective Index     1.4565 to 1.4725
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Frankincense, Lavender, Cedarwood, Orange, Lemon, Neroli, Ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No     8001 – 88 - 5
  • Flash Point     > 200.00 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Islamic Bakhur Attar
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Description

The attar is manufactured from natural extracts and contains no alcohol thereby, a suitable alternative to colognes for Muslims. It belongs to the bakhoor attar family and has an Arabian twist to it. Used for their perfumes, these attars are ideal gifts for both male and female.

History

The word 'attar', 'ittar' or 'othr' is basically an Arabic word which means 'scent'; this in turn is believed to have been derived from the Persian word Atr, meaning 'fragrance'. The story of Indian perfumes is as old as the civilization itself. Archaeological evidence shows the earliest inhabitants of the Indian subcontinent held plants in great reverence. With the passage of time, scented oils were extracted by pressing, pulverizing or distilling aromatic vegetable and animal produce. Early indications of this activity are available from the perfume jars and terracotta containers of the Indus Valley civilization, where archeological work has revealed round copper stills, used for the distillation process that are at least five-thousand years old (reference req.). These stills are called degs. Following the seasons of the flowers, traditional ittar-makers, with their degs, traveled all over India to make their fresh ittars on-the-spot. Even now, a few traditional ittar-makers still travel with their degs to be close to the harvest. Their equipment has changed little, if at all. A large number of references to cosmetics and perfumes in Sanskrit literature were found like in the Brhatsamhita is a 6th century Sanskrit encyclopedia by Varahamihira (505 AD – 587 AD). Cosmetics and perfumes making were mainly practiced for the purpose of worship, sale and sensual enjoyment. Gandhayukti gave recipes for making scents. It gives a list of eight aromatic ingredients used for making scents. They were: Rodhara, Usira, Bignonia, Aguru, Musta, Vana, Priyangu, and Pathya. The Gandhayukti also gave recipes for mouth perfumes, bath powders, incense and talcum powder. The manufacture of rose water began perhaps in the nineteenth century AD. The earliest distillation of ittar was mentioned in the Ayurvedic text Charaka Samhita. The Harshacharita, written in 7th century AD in northern India, mentions use of fragrant agarwood oil.

Color & Aroma

Color : colorless to pale yellow & spicy, rather pungent smell,

Aroma : Fresh and Light Smell

Constituents

It contains Alcohol Denat, Water, Fragrance, Benzophenone-2 and other essential oils.

Uses

This attar is used by many people as a personal perfume, mainly by Muslims due to absence of alcohol. These are free from any preservatives or chemical additives and are widely used for aromatherapy purposes. These floral extracts with base oil are useful in cases of stress, hypertension and treating skin ailments. Inhaling of sandalwood oil reduce stress and can also stop vomiting.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Melaleuca Alternifolia
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Water Soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.885 - 0.906
  • Optical Rotation     +5 ~ +15
  • Refrective Index     1.48
  • PlantPart     Mixture of Many Parts
  • Bland With     It blends well with alcohol, ether and chloroform
  • CAS No     68647-73-4
  • Flash Point     57 C
  • Extraction Method     steam distillation

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Description

Jasmine Arabian Asli is made from from Jasmine Auriculatum, an an evergreen shrub that grows upto 10 feet. It is known to be one of the rare flowers of Jasmine family that has a very qnique smell. It is found only in North India

History

She is an enchantress, this 'Queen of the Night', who works her magic through the nose and seduces her prey with the promise of lascivious joys. Cleopatra shamelessly borrowed this seductive power of flowers and doused her sails with Jasmine and Neroli oils as she went off to conquer the loins of Marc Antony - no wonder the guy didn't stand a chance. Despite its price tag Jasmine is among the best known and most popular essential oils. The cost however, is relative, considering the labour intensive process of production and the enormous amount of flowers required to obtain a single litre of oil: 1000kg, which equals about 8 million individually hand-picked flowers, are required to produce just 1kg of oil. Even so, it remains the most sought after oil of perfumers around the world. In India, the flowers of J. sambac are regarded as sacred,symbolizing innocence and purity of mind. Jasmine flower garlands adorn the temples and holy effigies or are offered to the Gods. At religious festivals the Gods themselves are thought to be present within the flowers. Jasmine flowers are never amiss at wedding ceremonies, and women like to weave a string of flowers into their hair, thus engulfing themselves with this beautiful, most sensuous of natural perfumes.

Color & Aroma

Color : floral fragrance,

Aroma : Extremely intense floral smell

Constituents

It contains a various aromatic herbs, spices, sandal oil, musk essence of flowers and leaves.

Uses

Extracted from the rare and unique smelling flowers of Jasmine, this attar finds application in the unique development of jasmine perfumes and creams. It is believed that this jasmine attar posses stress releasing and mood uplifting properties. This attar is used by many people as a personal perfume, mainly by Muslims due to absence of alcohol.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Jasminum grandiflorum
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity     1.130–1.35 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation     60º to 0º
  • Refrective Index     1.522–1.590 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Jasmine
  • CAS No     8001 – 88 - 5
  • Flash Point     167 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam distillation

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Description

Jasmine Grandiflorum Attar we offer is known for a right blend of deep, intensely sweet floral notes and a smooth character. Steam distilled from flower part of the plant, this attar helps in achieving feeling of happiness as well as lightness to those who use it.

History

Since ancient times, Jasmine has been referred to as the King of oils (Rose is the Queen). Apparently this is because Jasmine is the most masculine of all the floral oils. It is also interesting to note that it takes 8,000 carefully hand-picked blossoms to produce 1 gram (about 1 ml.) of Jasmine Absolute.

Color & Aroma

Color : Orange/brown & richly floral fragrance,

Aroma : Extremely intense floral smell.

Constituents

This Jasmine Gradndiflorum Attar assists those persons who want to undergo spiritual journeys. Its deep, intensely sweet floral notes help people discover their intimate self. Other than this, the attar also finds application as flavouring agent and base material for perfumes as well as other perfumery based daily usage products

Uses

The oil is very famous in perfumes for its strong and lingering smell. It has soothing effect and can help in relaxation and getting calm. It is also known for its properties.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Jasminum grandiflorum
  • Country of Origin     Asia
  • Solubility     Soluble in Alcohols
  • Specific Gravity     0.94500 to 0.96500
  • Optical Rotation     +13 - +2
  • Refrective Index     1.48500 to 1.50500
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Basil, Bergamot, Cajeput, Cedarwood, Eucalyptus, Lemon, Lime, Mandarin, Marjoram, Niaouli, Pine, Rosemary, Spearmint and Thyme.
  • CAS No     8000-28-0
  • Flash Point     152.00 °F.
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Description

Derived from the leaf part of the heena plant, Kasturi Hina Attar has a spicy, warm, woodsy, earthy aroma. The attar is prepared by blending different herbs, spices & flowers together to get the exotic aroma that has wide demand in perfumery as well as aroma therapy based applications.

History

The musk oil is produced from a gland removed from the bottom of the belly of the Asia Musk Deer, Tokapi Deer, or Chinese Wild Deer. It is about the size of a small orange, and can only be obtained from the adult male deer. It is the either boiled in oil, or dried in to grains. Using this method, all deer are trapped and it is estimated that it will take 3 to 5 deer to find a fully mature stag (male). In Russia alone that would be 60,000 deer killed in one year to equal the amount of musk sold at their markets. All this for perfumes (5 % of trade) and traditional medicines of China (bulk of musk trade) and others. Currently the musk gland is used in as many as 400 Chinese and Korean traditional remedies, that have been made for over 5,000 years if not more. But as the populations grow in that area of the world, it consumes the habitat of this species, while demanding ever more Musk Deer's gland! Laws are in place to protect and conserve these deer in their range.

Color & Aroma

Color : a warm and relaxing scent,

Aroma : light yellow to brown & persistent odor,

Constituents

Amber, Indian sandalwood

Uses

Prepared using rich blend of carefully selected herbs, spices and flowers, the exotic aroma of Kasturi Hina Attar is well recognized in the perfumes as well as in aroma therapy based applications.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Not Applicable
  • Country of Origin     Not Applicable
  • Solubility     Alcohol soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.8650 to 0.8850
  • Optical Rotation     -0.700 to -0.800
  • Refrective Index     1.4365 to 1.4525
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Sandalwood Oil, all other attars
  • CAS No     8001 – 88 - 5
  • Flash Point     136 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Description

Indian Kadam Attar offered by us has a woody floral and very oriental character as well as has a gentle, soft and sweet aroma. The attar is steam distilled from Kadam flower that blooms at night between 3 and 6am and gives an exotic fragrance unlike any other flower.

History

It is considered to be the symbol of wisdom and love and is one of India’s sacred and mystical trees. Monsoon is the season for it to grow and blossom. Its petals always symbolize the infinite potential of love and wisdom as these white petals that point in all directions. Perhaps it is for this reason that the Kadamba flower has been adopted as the symbol of iCARE's philosophy. A walk beside the trees of this flower on a rainy night would give you the pleasure of a deep and thick fragrance.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow & Rich, sweet, heavy, honeyed, powdery-floral bouquet,

Aroma : Kadam Attar is a woody floral

Constituents

Indian White Sandalwood essential oil, Kadam flower essential oil

Uses

Indian Kadam Attar is used in perfume industry for making perfumes and romantic scents. As its aroma helps in meditation and spirituality, in India, it is also extensively used in aromatherapy based applications.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name    
  • Country of Origin     China,Indian,Bangladesh,Nepal,Sri Lanka,Cambodia,Laos, Myanmar,Thailand,Vietnam,Indonesia,Malaysia
  • Solubility     Water soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.32
  • Optical Rotation     0.9250 to 0.9450
  • Refrective Index     1.4565 to 1.4725
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Sandalwood floral water, all other attars
  • CAS No     119 – 36 - 8
  • Flash Point     170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

 

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Juhi Attar
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Description

Jasmine Grandiflorum Attar we offer is known for a right blend of deep, intensely sweet floral notes and a smooth character. Steam distilled from flower part of the plant, this attar helps in achieving feeling of happiness as well as lightness to those who use it.

History

Not Applicable

Color & Aroma

Color : Orange/brown & richly floral fragrance,

Aroma : refresh, soothing

Constituents

Not Applicable

Uses

This Jasmine Gradndiflorum Attar assists those persons who want to undergo spiritual journeys. Its deep, intensely sweet floral notes help people discover their intimate self. Other than this, the attar also finds application as flavouring agent and base material for perfumes as well as other perfumery based daily usage products.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     juhi
  • Country of Origin     north india
  • Solubility     Soluble in Alcohols
  • Specific Gravity     0.94500 to 0.96500
  • Optical Rotation     +13 - +2
  • Refrective Index     1.48500 to 1.50500
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Jasmine, Ylang-ylang, Rosewood, Patchouli, Vetiver and Rose.
  • CAS No     8022-96-6
  • Flash Point     152.00 °F.
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Jasmine Sambac Attar
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Description

We offer the excellent Jasmine Sambac Attar that is extracted from Jasminum Gradiflora of the Oleaceae family. Its mesmerizing fragrance makes it a valued ingredient in the perfumery industry. Since time immemorial, jasmine has been used by the Indians, the Arabs and the Chinese for medicinal purpose. Its intense aroma also makes it a favorite in any ceremonial occasion.

History

She is an enchantress, this 'Queen of the Night', who works her magic through the nose and seduces her prey with the promise of lascivious joys. Cleopatra shamelessly borrowed this seductive power of flowers and doused her sails with Jasmine and Neroli oils as she went off to conquer the loins of Marc Antony - no wonder the guy didn't stand a chance. Despite its price tag Jasmine is among the best known and most popular essential oils. The cost however, is relative, considering the labour intensive process of production and the enormous amount of flowers required to obtain a single litre of oil: 1000kg, which equals about 8 million individually hand-picked flowers, are required to produce just 1kg of oil. Even so, it remains the most sought after oil of perfumers around the world. In India, the flowers of J. sambac are regarded as sacred,symbolizing innocence and purity of mind. Jasmine flower garlands adorn the temples and holy effigies or are offered to the Gods. At religious festivals the Gods themselves are thought to be present within the flowers. Jasmine flowers are never amiss at wedding ceremonies, and women like to weave a string of flowers into their hair, thus engulfing themselves with this beautiful, most sensuous of natural perfumes.

Color & Aroma

Color : Orange to brown & true fragrance of Bela,

Aroma : Characteristic intensely floral odor

Constituents

benzaldehyde, benzoate, benzoic acid, benzyl acetate, benzyl alcohol, benzyl benzoate, ceosol, cis-jasmone, cis-3-hexenyl, eugenol, farnesol , indole, isohytol, linalool, methyl anthranilate and trace amounts of p. cresol, nerol, nerolidol, y-terpineol, phytol, etc.

Uses

Jasmine Attar is as much valuable for its medicinal properties as it is for its intoxicating fragrance. An efficient remedy for severe depression, it soothes the nerves and rejuvenates and revitalizes the body. The oil works wonder in an expecting mother by hastening the birth and alleviating the pain, as well as being helpful in the post-natal phase. Moreover, it is also a well known . An effective pain killer, it also reduces scars and stretch marks and is good for the skin.

 

Features:

  • Botanical Name     Jasmine Sambac
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     soluble in oil
  • Specific Gravity     1.450 - 1.525
  • Optical Rotation     -4 TO -15
  • Refrective Index     1.4765 to 1.4925
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Bergamot, citrus oils, rose, sandalwood and most other oils.
  • CAS No     2216-51-5
  • Flash Point     102°C (215.6°F)
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

 

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Description

Kesar Attar is well recognized for its sweet scent and essence. Extracted through steam distillation process from the flower part of the kesar plant, it is used with a blend of Sandalwood Oil and finds wide application in aromatherapy based applications as well as skin care formulations.

History

saffron researcher till today has defined well when first saffron cultivation has begun on earth, but it is believed by majority of the historians that this might have happened during per-historic Greek times. According to Greek mythology, handsome mortal crocus fell in love with the beautiful nymph Smilax. But alas, his favors were rebuffed by Smilax, and he was turned into a beautiful purple crocus flower. However the history of saffron cultivation and usage reaches back more than 3000 years and spans many cultures, continents and civilizations.Saffron, a spice derived from the dried stigmas of the saffron crocus (crocus sativus) has remained among the world’s most costly substances throughout history. Some believe that origin of saffron is located on a vast area of earth like, Greece, Turkey, Iran and central Asia. According to other historical evidences saffron was brought to India by the Persian rulers around 500 B.C. Although the origins of saffron are confusing. One of the first historic references to the use of saffron comes from ancient Egypt, where it was used by Cleopatra and other Pharaohs as an aromatic and seductive essence, and to make ablutions in temples and sacred places. The ancient Greeks and Romans also prized saffron for its use as a perfume and deodorizer. They scattered it at public places such as royal halls, courts. The use of saffron was common during the Roman Empire, The Emperor Nero is said to have had the streets of Rome sprinkled with saffron for his official entry into the city.

Color & Aroma

Color : special aroma, which is delicate, sweet and refined,

Aroma : The relaxing aroma of this essential oil, sometimes described as like 'apples and straw' is an exotic and rich scent. It is commonly accepted as the best smelling of the Chamomiles.

Constituents

Indian White Sandalwood essential oil, Kesar flower essential oil

Uses

Coming directly from the Kesar flower, Kesar Attar offered by us is used as fragrance oil in exotic skin care formulations. Further, it also has usage in natural perfume oil as well as in meeting the demands of aromatherapy based applications.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Crocus Sativus
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Alcohol soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.9550 to 0.9750
  • Optical Rotation     0.77000 - 0.79800
  • Refrective Index     1.6765 to 1.6925
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Sandalwood Oil, all other attars
  • CAS No     8007 –75 – 8
  • Flash Point     160.00 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Extracted through steam distillation process from the flower part of the plant, Kewda Attar offered is well known & recognized for its sweet scent as well as essence that come directly from the Kewda flower. It finds wide usage in skin care formulations as well as in aromatherapy based applications

History

The Kewra plant grows wild along the east coast of India. The plants that produce the best floral bouquet are grown in Ganjam district of South Orrisa. Indian uses the power of kewda to enhance the beauty.

Color & Aroma

Color : Nice rosy colour with sweet rosy fragrance,

Aroma : Sweet rosy fragrance

Constituents

Kewda flower essential oil, pure Sandalwood essential oil.

Uses

Kewda Attar helps in creating a truly smooth as well as refreshing perfume. Further, it can also be used as a flavouring agent and as a base material for perfumery products. Other than this, the attar is also used in aromatherapy based applications.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Pandmns Odoratissimus
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Alcohol soluble
  • Specific Gravity     0.805 - 1.010 @ 270C
  • Optical Rotation     (-10) - (+10)
  • Refrective Index     1.465 - 1.495 @ 270C
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     Sandalwood base
  • CAS No     8000-28-0
  • Flash Point     136 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distilled

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Description

Jasmine oil is one of the most popular scents used in perfumery. It is extracted from jasmine, which is a flower of joy and freshness. This oil is often referred to as the king of essential oils, owing to its wide usage. It has an ability of make an atmosphere of love, worship, liveliness, confidence etc and also finds usage in medicine and Cosmetics.

History

It is mostly cultivated for its characteristic fragrance. In china, it has been used to treat dysentery since ages

Color & Aroma

Color : Reddish Brown transparent liquid with Floral, exotic and warm aroma,

Aroma : Characteristic intensely floral odor

Constituents

It contains flower extracts and essential oils, suitable for fragrance.

Uses

It is widely used in aromatherapy and useful in various skin problems. It has an uplifting scent that is often used by aroma therapists to help ease all kinds of depression. Known to increase sensuality, it is helpful for treating disorders related to nervous system, menstrual cramps, anger, headaches, insomnia, depression, worry, muscular tension, labor pains.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     Jasminum Grandiflorum
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity     0.920-0.975
  • Optical Rotation     -0.300 to -0.400
  • Refrective Index     1.475 - 1.495
  • PlantPart     Flowers
  • Bland With     It blends well with almost any other scent, alcohol and often blended with oils such as sandalwood or ylang ylang
  • CAS No     Not Applicable
  • Flash Point     80°C
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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This Dehan al Oudh attar is extracted from the Brown Semi Solid Tree to Aquilaria agallocha. These trees are extensively grown wildly in their natural habitat in Assam, India. Our attar oil is distilled and extracted from the highest quality of raw material. Fresh and pure, the fragrance of these attars is non-matchable and remains for a long time.

History

The legendary Agarwood or Aloeswood, as it is sometimes referred to, is one of the most mysterious and precious substances used in perfumery and magic. Even in biblical times it was highly sought after and had a reputation of being a supreme incense ingredient. Its true origin lies in Southeast Asia, where it is just as highly desired. The Japanese, who have a highly refined incense culture, are particularly keen on Agarwood, which forms the basis of most of their blends. In India it is known as Garu Garu and is associated with Garuda, the divine eagle who carries Lord Vishnu on his wings. In Chinese, more pragmatically, it is known as 'sinking incense', which refers to the fact that the resin-laden wood will sink in water rather than swim. What make this substance so precious and rare is that fact that the resin only develops as a pathological reaction to fungal infection of the heartwood. The older the tree and the more advanced the infection the more resin-drenched the wood will become. Due to the high demand, however, such wood is more and more difficult to find. As a result the price of wood chips and oil have soared. Due to greed and indiscriminate felling of even healthy trees the survival of the species has become threatened and trade has become restricted. However, there are projects under way that aim to produce Agarwood chips and Oud oil sustainably by artificially infecting planted trees with the fungus. If these projects succeed Agarwood may become more easily available and affordable and the wild trees may have a chance to survive.

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark brown & Balsamic Odor,

Aroma : Spiky, Woodsy & Powerful scent

Constituents

It contains various essential oils, suitable for fragrance like sandalwood, amber, patchouli, flowers, roots, herbs and spices

Uses

Also known as Oud or Dehnul-Oud, it is used as natural, non- alcohol perfume in most of the Middle East Countries. The attar oil is also used as wood scent in popular and branded perfume and fragrance. These attars are free from any preservatives or chemical additives and can also be used for various aromatherapy purposes.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name     It is made from the combination of flowers, herbs and spices
  • Country of Origin     India
  • Solubility     Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity     0.9350 to 0.9550
  • Optical Rotation     0.2000 - 0.3000
  • Refrective Index     1.5765 to 1.5925
  • PlantPart     When the trunk and roots of trees are infected by a parasite, they produce pale beige to dark brown resin.
  • Bland With     It blends well with alcohol, ether and chloroform.
  • CAS No     8008-79-5
  • Flash Point     156 °F
  • Extraction Method     Steam Distillation

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