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Leading Manufacturer of Cucumber Seed (Cucumis Sativus), Almond Sweet (prunus Amygdalus) Oil, Apricot Kernels (Prunus Armeniaca), Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis), Avocado (Persea Americana) and Borage Seed (Borago officinalis) from Kannauj.

Cucumber Seed (Cucumis Sativus)
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Description

Cucumber is widely known for its cool and refreshing effect. High in mineral content, cucumber is a valuable source of potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulphur, sillicon, chlorine, and fluorine. The oil is extracted by cold press method to obtain high mineral content. Cucumber oil is put to brilliant use in moisturizing soaps; fresh baths at spa’s and even in massage oils to refresh the aroma of body.
History

The cucumber is believed to be native to India, and evidence indicates that it has been cultivated in Western Asia for 3,000 years. The cucumber is also listed among the foods of ancient Ur and the legend of Gilgamesh describes people eating cucumbers. Some sources also state that it was produced in ancient Thrace, and it is certainly part of modern cuisine in Bulgaria and Turkey, parts of which make up that ancient state. From India, it spread to Greece (where it was called “vilwos”) and Italy (where the Romans were especially fond of the crop), and later into China.
Color & Aroma

Color : Straw colour liquid with very little scent characteristic of most carrier oils,

Aroma : Mild scent of carrier oils
Constituents

Cucumber Seed Oil contains a high amount of Linoleic, or Omega 6, Fatty Acid. The oil also contains notable amounts of Oleic and Palmitic Fatty Acids.

Uses


Cucumber oil is used in various cosmetic applications for its cooling, nutritive, and soothing properties, and plays a function in skin care, hair care and nail creams.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Cucumis sativus
  • Country of Origin India
  • Solubility Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity 1.179–1.184 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation ( + 10° ) - ( + 25° )
  • Refrective Index 1.522–1.590 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With Blends with olive oil, cucumber juice, vitamin C and other antioxidants to re hydrate the skin with essential nutrients.
  • CAS No 8007 –75 – 8
  • Flash Point 167 °F
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressed

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Almond Sweet (prunus Amygdalus) Oil
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Sweet almond oil is expressed from the seeds of almond oil tree. It easily spreads, absorbs fast and makes a perfect ingredient for body care & soap - one of the most popular carrier oils. The great slip and glide makes it wonderful for massage and skin care product. Almond sweet oil is lubricating but not penetrating. Sweet almond oil has been recognized for centuries for its penetrating, moisturizing, conditioning and restructuring properties. Sweet almond oil acts as an emollient that softens and soothes the skin, as a remedy for dry skin conditions, and as a relief for irritation, inflammation, and itching due to dryness. These excellent emollient properties help the skin to balance its loss and absorption of moisture. Almond oil, extracted from the nuts, is used for its soothing and moisturizing properties to treat inflammation of the skin. Sweet almond oil is high in minerals, proteins, naturally occurring vitamins (A, B1, B2, B6 and E) and mono and poly-unsaturated fatty acids. Almond also contain resveratrol, the anti-inflammatory agent found in red win es and thought to be responsible for the "French paradox" - the observation that the French have a low incidence of various diseases. The almond, Prunus dulcis is considered a fruit of a tree. The fruit lacks the sweet fleshy outer covering of other members of Prunus (such as the plum and cherry), this being replaced by a leathery coat containing the edible kernel which is often called a "nut" in common and culinary usage, but which is a drupe and not a nut in botanical parlance.
Color & Aroma:
  • Color : Virtually Clear With a Yellow Tinge with Light, Sweet and Nutty odor,
  • Aroma : It has sweet and nutty aroma.
Constituents:

Oleic - 64.8% Palmitic - 6.3% Linolei - 26.3% Linolenic - 0.3% Stearic – 1.4%

Uses:


Almond oil is the mainstay of therapists worldwide. It is widely used in cosmetics, massage and body products for its rich properties. Commonly used to relieve itching, dryness or inflammation, this oil is excellent for all skin types.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Prunus Amygdalus Var. Dulcus
  • Country of Origin East and South Asia
  • Solubility In Alcohol And Oils
  • Specific Gravity @ 25°C. USP. 0.910-0.915
  • Optical Rotation +48.00 to +78.00
  • Refrective Index @ 20°C: 1.462 - 1.472
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With Blends with all essential oils including rose, jasmine, aloevera, cedar, jojoba, lavender, lemon, olive, etc.
  • CAS No Not Applicable
  • Flash Point 240° C
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressing Method

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Apricot Kernels (Prunus Armeniaca)
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Apricot kernel oil is extracted from soft fleshy center of apricot skin, this oil is an excellent mosituriser and carrier base for various essential oils. The high content of the Oliec acid gives apricot greater affinity with skin compared with other oils.
It is thought to be originated in Armenia during ancient times due to its huge cultivation there. Some of them thought their native place in Chinese region. Some of the sources also indicate its origin in India. It is now cultivated in various regions of world where the climate favors its growth.

Color & Aroma:
  • Color : Light Yellow with Greenish Tinge with Bland Odor,
  • Aroma : Mild scent of carrier oils
Constituents:

Oleic- 64.2% Palmitic- 5.0% Linoleic- 28.3% Linolenic- 0.2% Stearic- 1.0%

Uses:


Apricot carrier oil is ideal for incorporation into skin care products, it is particularly rich in both linoleic acid and oleic acid. A wonderful alternative to Sweet Almond & Grapeseed for massage and has some very beneficial skin benefits.

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Aloe Vera (Aloe Barbadensis)
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Aloe vera essential oil is a good carrying agent for essential oils but it can also be effective on its own. Its healing properties are recognized worldwide and it is specially noted for healing and soothing effect on skin affliction and wounds. The special blend of aloe vera oil stimulates the body's immune system while being naturally hypoallergenic with about the same pH balance of the skin. Aloe plants belong to the liliaceae family which contains over 200 genera. Aloe, with its different species composes 1/10th the size of the lily family. Aloeneae is the tribe of the liliaceae family to which the aloe genus belongs. According to different botanical sources, there are from 325 to 380 different species and varieties of Aloe. The oldest known picture of an Aloe plant is believed to have been shown in color in a manuscript prepared at Istanbul, Turkey. Records of ancient knowledge of the Egyptians about aloe vera is available to us through the everas papyrus which was written in the year 1552 B.C. The Arabs had taken Aloe vera plants to India and the Indian people called it savari, a name from which the name savila (Spanish for aloe vera) might have been derived. The Indians also named Aloe Ailwa from which the Greek word alon might have been derived. Aloe was also mentioned in ancient Chinese transcripts. It was employed medicinally for eczematous skin conditions in China and India under the name Luhui in China and Musabbar in India. The Greeks knew Aloe through the Indians. The Greek physician Peter Pedanius Dioscoriades wrote about Aloe in his medicinal plant collection materna medica. Aloe was first illustrated in the Codex Aniciae Julianae which was written around the year 512 A.D. by Dichotomous. Aloe was also mentioned in the writings of the Latin writer, Aurelius Celsus, who wrote a book about medicine and called it De Medicina, which appeared for the first time in the year 1378. Aurelius Celsus was a well-known writer in agriculture and medicine. In America, Aloe was mentioned in Columbus' journals. The earliest record of using Aloe's bitter material as a drug in America was 1697.

Color & Aroma:
  • Color : Colorless, White
  • Aroma : Aroma Treasures
Constituents:

Extracted from aloe vera plant, this oil helps to improve hydration and soothing all types of skin. It is known for its healing and anti-inflammatory properties. Aloe vera base oils are widely used for cosmetics, aromatherapy and more.


Uses:

Apricot kernel oil is extracted from soft fleshy center of apricot skin, this oil is an excellent mosituriser and carrier base for various essential oils. The high content of the Oliec acid gives apricot greater affinity with skin compared with other oils.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Aloe Barbadensis, Aloe Indica, Aloe Barbados, Aloe Vera
  • Country of Origin South and South Western India
  • Solubility Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity 0.976 – 0.991 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation 20-46 @ 20°C
  • Refrective Index 1.44663@ 72°F
  • PlantPart Leaves,Fruit Peel.
  • Bland With It contains a different compounds that are biologically active and includes anthraquinones, saccharides and prostaglandins as well as other constituents.
  • CAS No 8007-75-8
  • Flash Point 136 °F
  • Extraction Method Extraction

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Avocado (Persea Americana)
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Description:

Avacado oil is extracted from fleshy pulp surrounding of avacado pit. It is classified as a monosaturated oil. The ultra rich oil contains Vitamins A, B1, B2, D, E, and Beta carotene. Avacado oil is known to have healing and regenerating properties. This carrier oil has a relatively high viscosity and is high-oleic content.

History:

The lush and sensual Avocado fruit belongs to the fruits of Venus, goddess of love and beauty and even now enjoys a reputation as a 'love food'. This association was not lost on the ancient Aztecs, who revered this tree for its sensuous fruit. In their eyes they resembled testicles, which is reflected in the nahuatl name for this tree: 'Ahuacuatl'.
Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow to golden yellow liquid with Characteristic odor,

Aroma : Avocado Carrier Oil has very little scent characteristic of most carrier oils.
Constituents

Linoleic- 11.75% Linolenic- 0.58% Oleic- 65.18% Palmitic- 14.60%

Uses:

Avacado carrier oil blends are very useful when treating sun, climate or chemical damaged skin that is dehydrated and undernourished. The oil also helps to regenerate and rejuvenate the skin as well as soften the skin tissue. Avocado oil is well known as a nutrient for penetrating dry skin and resolving other skin problems.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Persea americana
  • Country of Origin India
  • Solubility Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity 1.130–1.35 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation -10.5 -0.5@20°C
  • Refrective Index 1.460 – 1.480
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With Blends with most of the oil including olive oil, palm oil, castor oil, coconut oil, etc.
  • CAS No 8024-32-6
  • Flash Point >500 °C
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressed

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Borage Seed (Borago officinalis)
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Description:

Borage is amongst the richest source of essential fatty acid known to man. The oil rich seed is pressed and extracted using traditional techniques, the crude oil obtained is then refined to yield a pale yellow, low odor product. It is ideal for both dietary and cosmetic applications. Borage carrier oil is well known as being the richest commercial plant source of GLA, an Omega 6 Fatty Acid which is a key ‘building brick’ in production of the body’s regulatory hormones.
History

Borage belongs to Jupiter and Leo. A delightful 'happy herb' that was once considered one of the four 'cordial flowers and esteemed for cheering the spirits'. It is also believed to foster courage.
Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow to golden yellow liquid with Characteristic odor,

Aroma : Woody, earthy sweet smell
Constituents

Docosenoic- 2.5% Icosenoic- 4.2% Gamma Linolenic- 20.5% Linoleic- 40.6% Oleic- 16.8% Palmitic- 10.9%

Uses:

Small amounts (10% or less) of Borage is often added to other carrier oils for fortification. It is applicable for all skin types and is commonly used in manufacturing, aromatherapy applications and by massage therapists.

Features:

  • Botanical Name : Borago officinalis
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Solubility Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.
  • Specific Gravity 0.917
  • Optical Rotation 136 °F
  • Refrective Index 1.470 – 1.480
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With Borage carrier oil blends well with all the essential oils.
  • CAS No 8007-75-8
  • Flash Point >100 °C
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressed

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Carrot Seed (Daucus Carota)
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Description:

Carrot Oil is a golden colored extract from carrots with extraordinary skin protection and conditioning benefits derived from the high quantities of oil soluble carotenoids that it contains. Carotenoids are a class of easily assimilated antioxidants, which are present in a wide range of fruits and vegetables but most abundant in carrots. Antioxidants protect human cells from harmful free-radical attack. Free-radicals are stray oxygen molecules that attack healthy cell walls and react with polyunsaturated fats to create a chain reaction of unlimited free-radical regeneration. Free-radicals are produced by a wide range of environmental pollutants, including UVR. If left unchecked by antioxidants, free-radicals damage both the structure and function of cell membranes, resulting in premature aging, cancer and an array of degenerative diseases.

History
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The common carrot is well known as one of the most nutrient rich vegetables, rich in vitamin A and full of health promoting, rejuvenating properties. However, the essential oil derives from the seeds of its wild ancestor, also known as Queen Anne's Lace, which grows prolifically in hedges and fields. The tiny seeds are packed with nutrients, but unfortunately they don't yield a lot of oil, which renders it a precious substance. Due to its wholesome effects on the skin carrot seed oil has long been added to high end cosmetic products, especially for aging skin. The cosmetic industry also utilizes an infused carrot oil as a base oil, which has similar properties, but no marked scent. A solvent extracted oleoresin is also available. Distilled carrot seed oil is pale yellow and aromatic while the infused oil is orange.

Color & Aroma
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Color : Red/orange with Slight earthy odor,

Aroma : Carrot Carrier Oil has a very slight scent that is sweet and very carrot - like.
Constituents

Carrot seed oil is made up of a-pinene (up to 13%), ß-pinene, carotol (up to 18%), daucol, limonene, ß-bisabolene, ß-elemene, cis -ß-bergamotene, -decalactone, ß-farnesene, , geranyl acetate (up to 10%), caryophyllene, caryophyllene oxide, methyl eugenol, nerolidol, eugenol, trans -asarone, vanillin, asarone, a-terpineol, terpinene-4-ol, -decanolactone, coumarin, ß-selinene, palmitic acid, butyric acid and other constituents. The seed oil varies in content from 0.005% to 7% of the plant.

Uses
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Carrot tissue infused essential oil is considered to be one of the best oils to rejuvenate and regenerate skin tissues. It helps to remove toxic build-up in the skin, improving the skin's complexion. It can be used to soothe burns, blisters and scars; and is considered suitable for all skin types, especially dry and mature aging skin. This oil can be added to anti-aging creams, lotions and body butters.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Daucus carota
  • Country of Origin Afganistan and Western Asia
  • Solubility Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity 0.910 - 0.930 @ 20degC
  • Optical Rotation -2.00 – +2.00 @ 20°C
  • Refrective Index 1.460 - 1.480 @ 20degC
  • PlantPart Carrot Root
  • Bland With Blends well with most of the essential oil including chamomile, lavender, coriander, Geranium, cedarwood, and other citrus or spice essentials.
  • CAS No 8008-79-5
  • Flash Point 156 °F
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressed

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Coconut (Cocos Nucifera)
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Coconut (Cocos Nucifera)

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Description:

The lovely textured oil is refined by fractionation from coconut oil. Blended with other carriers oil, coconut makes a lovely massage oil which is rich on the skin. It contains vitamins A, B and E as well as phosphorus, calcium, iron, manganese and magnesium. The coconut carrier oil is suitable for manufacturers, aromatherapists and massage therapists.
History

The scientific name for coconut is Cocos nucifera. Early Spanish explorers called it coco, which means "monkey face" because the three indentations (eyes) on the hairy nut resembles the head and face of a monkey. Nucifera means "nut-bearing." The coconut provides a nutritious source of meat, juice, milk, and oil that has fed and nourished populations around the world for generations. On many islands coconut is a staple in the diet and provides the majority of the food eaten. Nearly one third of the world's population depends on coconut to some degree for their food and their economy. Among these cultures the coconut has a long and respected history. Coconut is highly nutritious and rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals. It is classified as a "functional food" because it provides many health benefits beyond its nutritional content. Coconut oil is of special interest because it possesses healing properties far beyond that of any other dietary oil and is extensively used in traditional medicine among Asian and Pacific populations. Pacific Islanders consider coconut oil to be the cure for all illness. The coconut palm is so highly valued by them as both a source of food and medicine that it is called "The Tree of Life." Only recently has modern medical science unlocked the secrets to coconut's amazing healing powers.
Color & Aroma

Color : White with None/Bland odor,

Aroma : Organic Coconut Oil has a very slight coconut scent, but is generally considered odorless.
Constituents

Lauric acid - 44.6% Myristic acid - 16.8% Palmatic acid - 8% Caprylic acid - 8%

Uses
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Coconut carrier oil is a wonderful oil to be used as a bath oil with natural dispersant properties allowing you to combine essential oils and create luxurious bath oils without chemicals. Blends with other essential oils to make a lovely massage oil.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Cocus Nucifera
  • Country of Origin Australia and India
  • Solubility Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity 0.940-0.960 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation -70 to -80
  • Refrective Index 1.440-1.475 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart Carrot Tissue Infused
  • Bland With Suitable for blending with heavier, thicker base oils such as Olive, Avocado or Castor, though it can be used as the 100% base. Perfect for use as carrier with various essential oils.
  • CAS No 65381-09-1
  • Flash Point 170 °C
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressed

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Cherry Sweet (Prunus Avium)
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Sweet cherry kernel oil is a stable, emollient oil, high in oleic acid, vitamin A and natural tocopherols. The properties of the oil is similar to sweet almond and peach kernel oils, and it can be used within the same applications. Sweet cherry kernel oils contain natural antioxidants, alpha, delta and gamma tocopherols plus vitamins A & E.

Cherries have pleased the palates of food lovers for centuries. Their ruby red color and tangy taste won cherries a place on the tables of Roman conquerors, Greek citizens and Chinese noblemen. Cherries were brought to America by ship with early settlers in the 1600's. Later, French colonists from Normandy brought pits that they planted along the Saint Lawrence River and on down into the Great Lakes area. Cherry trees were part of the gardens of French settlers as they established such cities as Detroit, Vincennes, and other midwestern settlements. Modern day cherry production began in the mid-1800's. Peter Dougherty was a Presbyterian missionary living in northern Michigan. In 1852, he planted cherry trees on Old Mission Peninsula (near Traverse City, Michigan). Much to the surprise of the other farmers and Native Americans who lived in the area, Dougherty's cherry trees flourished and soon other residents of the area planted trees. The area proved to be ideal for growing cherries because Lake Michigan tempers Arctic winds in winter and cools the orchards in summer. In the Northwestern part of the United States, cherry orchards also flourished. In 1847, Henderson Lewelling planted an orchard in Western Oregon, using nursery stock that he had transported by ox cart from Iowa. Lewelling Farms became known for its sweet cherries with orchards coming into production during the 1870's and 80's. The most famous sweet cherry variety is the Bing cherry; this cherry variety got its name from one of Lewelling's Chinese workmen. Another sweet cherry variety is the Lambert, which also got its start on Lewelling Farms. The Rainier cherry, a light sweet variety, originated from the cross breeding of the Bing and Van varieties by Dr. Harold W. Fogle at the Washington State University Research Station in Prosser, Washington. The Bing, Lambert, and Rainier varieties together account for more than 95% of the Northwest sweet cherry production.
Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow to golden yellow liquid with Characteristic odor,

Aroma : Cherry Kernel Carrier Oil has very little scent characteristic of most carrier oils

Constituents
: Myristic Palmitic Stearic Arachidic Palmitoleic Oleic Linoleic

Uses:

Cherry kernel oil makes a light, moisturizing addition to lip balm, body butter, salt and sugar scrub formulations. It is also beneficial in bath oils, and it works well as a penetrating carrier oil in aromatherapy.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Prunus Avium
  • Country of Origin USA
  • Solubility Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index Not Applicable
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With Sweet cherry oil is very stable oil and easily blends with various lighter essential oil.
  • CAS No 68956-68-3
  • Flash Point >100 °C
  • Extraction Method Cold-pressed of the seeds

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Evening Primrose (Oenothera Biennis)
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Description:

Evening primrose is valued for its noteworthy essential fatty acid content, consisting primarily of the omega-6 EFAs linolenic acid and gamma linolenic acid. The oil is obtained by cold pressing the seeds of Evening Primrose plant, Oenothera biennis. Evening primrose is usually blended in a small (often 10%) dilution with other carrier oils.
History

An herb of the new world, Evening Primrose has long been valued for its healing properties, which border on the miraculous. It is a lunar herb well known to ally women's conditions It opens its flowers and releases its scent at twilight.
Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow to golden yellow liquid with Characteristic odor,

Aroma : Oenothera biennis
Constituents

Gamma Linolenic- 9.4% Linoleic- 75.5% Oleic- 7.0% Palmitic- 5.8%

Uses


Evening Primrose is used in manufacturing and in dilution with other carrier oils suitable for massage. It is particularly useful for mature skin and is sometimes useful to combat cellulitis.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Oenothera Biennis
  • Country of Origin China
  • Solubility Pale yellow to golden yellow liquid with Characteristic odor
  • Specific Gravity <1 @ 15 C
  • Optical Rotation -2.00 – +2.00 @ 20°C
  • Refrective Index 1.477 – 1.479
  • PlantPart Seeds
  • Bland With Not Applicable
  • CAS No 65546-85-2
  • Flash Point >100 °C
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressed
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Grapeseed (Grape Oil) (Vitis Vinifera)
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Description:

This light green carrier oil is pressed from the seeds of various varieties of Vitis vinifera grapes. It has a high linoleic acid value (greater than most other carrier oils). Grapeseed carrier oil is highly moisturizing and is light for use in skin care. It is know to have natural non-allergenic properties and are suitable on a wide variety of skin types.
History

Grapes have always had a part in history. More than 6000 years ago people of Mediterranean praised the healing power of grapes in particular form of  . And thus came other by products such as grapeseed oil to utilize every bit of the “magical” fruit. Grapeseed oil is used for cooking as well as in cosmetics. It has a mild green color with a pleasant odor, silken texture, and great absorption rate. Linoleic (actually it has more linoleic acid than many other oils used in cosmetics), Oleic, Palmitic, Stearic, Alpha-linolenic, Palmitoleic acids. It is rich in vitamins E, C, D. Grape seeds contain several antioxidants, including oligomeric proanthocyanidin complexes, in particular, resveratrol . Although it is important to note that these antioxidants are present in much higher concentrations in grape seed extract than grapeseed oil. The fatty acids in grapeseed oil help repair damaged skin, wrinkles around the eyes, stretch marks, varicose veins and spider veins by penetrating the skin with their moisturizing properties and ability to keep skin supple and healthy. Grape seed oil is high in procyanidolic oligomers; the same antioxidants found in berries, green and black teas, and red  . According to some experts, their antioxidant capabilities are 20 times more powerful than vitamin C and 50 times more potent than vitamin E. These antioxidants work directly to help strengthen the blood vessels and improve the delivery of oxygen to the cells. Proanthocyanidins also have an affinity for cell membranes, providing nutritional support to reduce capillary fragility. The antioxidants in grapeseed oil are vital to the health and youthfulness of the skin as they help protect against the effects of internal and environmental stresses. The skin can actually absorb the nutrients in grapeseed oil that will fight free radicals and restrain the enzymes that degrade collagen, elastin and other connective tissue. And that makes grapeseed oil nature’s one of the most powerful anti-aging skin treatment.

Color & Aroma:

Color : Light green to green liquid with Characteristic neutral odor,

Aroma : Grape seed Carrier Oil is odorless
Constituents

Linoleic - 63.93% Linolenic - 0.77% Oleic - 23.65% Palmitic - 8.09% Stearic - 3.56%

Uses:

Grapeseed Oil is widely used as a base oil for many creams and lotions. It is the preferred by many massage therapists because of its light, satin like finish. It also has astringent qualities and is effective remedy for oily, acne prone skin.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Vitus Vinifera
  • Country of Origin Western Europ
  • Solubility Soluble in Alcohol and Oils. Insoluble in Water
  • Specific Gravity 0.917 – 0.925 @ 25°C
  • Optical Rotation -14.0 – -5.0 @ 20°C
  • Refrective Index 1.470 – 1.474 @ 25°C
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With Blends with most of the essential oils including Sunflower oil, Mmacadamia nut oil, Rosemary oil, Lavender, Ylang ylang, Bergamot, etc.
  • CAS No 8024-22-4
  • Flash Point >100 °C
  • Extraction Method Solvent extracted

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Hazelnut (Corylus Avellana)
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Description:

Hazel nut carrier oil is cold pressed and filtered from the shell-free nuts of the hazelnut shrub. The oil obtained is deeply penetrating and stimulating to the circulatory system. It helps to tighten and tone the skin, and is applicable for all skin types. Hazel nuts oils contain Vitamins A, B, D, E and various other minerals.
History

Hazel is considered a magical plant that symbolizes wisdom, good fortune and protection against all evil. Magic wands are made of hazel and so are dowsing rods that can enable the diviner to find lost or hidden objects or trace the flow of energy and water. In folk-symbolism the suggestive shape of the hazelnut has given rise to many erotic connotations and an aphrodisiacal reputation that is still alive and kicking.
Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow to golden yellow oily liquid with Characteristic odor,

Aroma : Little scent characteristics of carrier oil
Constituents

Oleic- 81.7% Palmitic- 5.13 Linoleic- 10.1% Stearic- 2.2%

Uses:

Hazelnut Oil leaves a non-greasy feeling perfect for aromatherapy and massage. It is also the preferred choice of the cosmetic manufacturers - particularly those wishing to explore the marketing possibilities.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Corylus Avekkana
  • Country of Origin Scotland
  • Solubility Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.
  • Specific Gravity 0.905 – 0.925 @ 25°C
  • Optical Rotation -14.0 – -5.0 @ 20°C
  • Refrective Index 1.470 – 1.473 @ 25°C
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With Hazelnut oil has great moisturizing property that makes it a good choice to include when mixing a massage oil or preparing a carrier oil blend. It readily blends with most of the essential oils.
  • CAS No 8007-75-8
  • Flash Point >100 °C
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressed

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Jojoba (Simmondsia Chinensis) Oil
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Description:

Jojoba carroier oil is produced from the seeds of the Jojoba Plant. It is considered to be one of the most important oils for aromatherapy skin care use. The cold pressed Jojoba oil is richest in its natural properties. It contains Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B6, Vitamin E (RICH IN), Myristic Acid, Plant Wax (mimics skins collagen).
History

Jojoba oil is actually more of a liquid wax than an oil. It is rich and thick and solidifies at just below normal room temperature. This oil is very nutritious as it is not only rich in Vitamin E and proteins, but also contains a compound that resembles to collagen. Jojoba oil is used for face masks to ally the wear and tear of time. Its properties and qualities are similar and even superior to those of whale oil, which it is fast replacing in natural beauty products. Its nutrient rich and penetrative nature makes it ideal for nurturing skin, hair care and manicure blends. A lush and healing oil that enriches any oil blend.
Color & Aroma

Color : Golden to brownish yellow liquid wax with Characteristic neutral odor,

Aroma : Little scent characteristics of carrier oil
Constituents

Erucic- 16.3% Gadoleic- 69.3% Oleic- 10.1%

Uses:

Jojoba Oil is a most popular addition for skin care products, and is often used alone as a facial oil as it contains natural collagen, which is almost identical in structure to the collagen present in our skin. Jojoba Oil is superb in Massage Oils (blend around 50% with another carrier Oil of your choice), Hair Oils, Soaps, and Skin & Hair Preparations.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Simmondsia Chinensis
  • Country of Origin Thar Desert in India
  • Solubility Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.
  • Specific Gravity 0.905 – 0.925 @ 25°C
  • Optical Rotation -14.0 – -5.0 @ 20°C
  • Refrective Index 1.460 – 1.468 @ 25°C
  • PlantPart Seeds
  • Bland With Jojoba carrier oil blends with most of the essential oils including Palmarosa, Sandalwood, Rose and Patchouli
  • CAS No 61789-91-1
  • Flash Point >250 °C
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressed

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Melon Seed or Watermelon (Citrullus Vulgaris)
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Description:

Water melon carrier oil is a light, penetrating, emollient oil. It is rich in omega 6 and 9 essential fatty acids. The oil readily absorbs into the skin and dissolves sebum build-up allowing the sebum to wash away. It also balances the moisture in the skin.
History

The famous traveler name David Livingstone reported that saying, at that time there were a lot of watermelon field at that area. According to him, there was a lot of watermelon plant grow without anybody notice of it taste. Once many people know their healths benefit and have a very good taste, it became popular and the watermelon fields slowly expand to other countries of Africa. However, the first written history of watermelon, it comes from Egypt 5,000 years ago. Watermelons were often place in the burial tombs in order to nourish them afterlife. From Egypt watermelon spread to other countries along Sea of Mediterranean by way of trading ships. Watermelon spread to Europe through Moors people at 13th century.
Color & Aroma

Color : Yellow color with faint, slightly nutty odor,

Aroma : watermelon fragrance
Constituents

Omega 6 9 EFAs Linoleic acid (68.3%)

Uses:

Water melon oil is a preferred base for various cosmetics and hair care products for its non-greasy feel and moisturizing properties. This oil can be used as a natural baby oil and is a good option for a carrier oil in aromatherapy.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Citrullus Vulgaris
  • Country of Origin Africa
  • Solubility Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity 25'125'. 0.9197
  • Optical Rotation +70.00 to +80.00
  • Refrective Index 40°C 1.4630 – 1.4670
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With Watermelon carrier oil is a perfect blend for body or facial oils being effective on greasy skin types. The light texture, moisturizing capabilities and stable shelf life of watermelon seed oil allows it to easily blend with most of the essential oils.
  • CAS No Not Applicable
  • Flash Point Not Applicable
  • Extraction Method Extraction

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Moringa (Moringa Oliefera)
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Description:

Moringa oil is obtained by pressing the seeds of Moringa Oilefera Tree. It is a very stable oil which is highly nutritious for the skin. This oil is much similar olive oil in composition but still it's very light. Moringa oil is rich in Palmitoleic, Oleic and Linoleic acids, plus vitamins A and C. It has outstanding moisturising and nourishing qualities.

History:

Moringa oil is obtained from pressing the seeds of the Moringa Oleifera tree, which is native to the Himalayas in northwestern India. The oil is also known as “ben oil” or “behen oil,” because of the high concentration of behenic acid it contains. Behenic acid is a fatty acid that is poorly absorbed by humans, which makes moringa oil a poor choice for food preparation. The oil is, however, valuable in the cosmetic industry because of its moisturizing, cleansing and emollient properties. This type of oil is pale yellow in color with a flavor often described as mild and nutty. It is resistant to rancidity, which may be because it contains powerful antioxidants that act as natural preservatives. There have been claims from retailers that the oil will never turn rancid, but this is incorrect, as all vegetable oils will eventually spoil. Moringa oil is long-lasting, but its shelf life is only about five years

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow to green in colour and odourless,

Aroma : highly stable, penetrating oil

Principle Constituents: Oleic (67% to 72%), Palmitic and Stearic

Uses:

Moringa carrier oil is highly valued in cosmetic industries. It is considered to best for massage and aromatherapy applications. The oil finds application in a range of products including anti-aging cream, hair care products, soap and body wash, face cream, perfume and deodrant.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Moringa Oliefera
  • Country of Origin India, African
  • Solubility Soluble in Alcohol and other organics solvents & insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity 0.95 – 0.96
  • Optical Rotation 0.892 to 0.910
  • Refrective Index 1.4610 AT 40°C
  • PlantPart seeds
  • Bland With Moringa oil blends easily with most of the essential oils and this combined with its non-drying quality and its ease of dispensability on the skin make it a perfect massage oil.
  • CAS No 93165-54-9
  • Flash Point 250°C
  • Extraction Method Steam Distilled

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Neem Seed (Azadirachta Indica )
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Description

Neem Seed oil is extremely rich oil which is semisolid in natural state. It is attributed mainly because of triglycerides and triterpenoid compounds, and has a strong fragrance. Neem oil is hydrophobic in nature. It also contains steroids and other naturally-occurring organic chemicals like triterpenoids. This oil has been valued for centuries in traditional Indian medicine to aid in the healing of topical skin disorders such as eczema, psoriasis, rashes, burns and acne.

History

In India, Neem is planted near dwellings for protection against disease and evil. It is also used in cleansing ritual baths and fumigations. It is said to have gained its protective powers by receiving some drops of heavenly nectar.

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellowish brown to dark greenish brown liquid with pungent, earthy, green musty smell,

Aroma : Neem Carrier Oil has a pungent, earthy, green musty smell.

Constituents:

The main constituents of the neem carrier oil are Triterpenes more specifically, limonoids such as azadirachtin, salannin, meliantriol, nimbin, nimbidin, meliantriol, deacetylazadirachtinol, salannin, salannol, 3-deacetylsalannin etc.

Uses

Neem oil also has medicinal properties and is used in various cosmetics as well. It is rich in fatty acids and glycerides and together with its healing properties, provides an excellent natural moisturizing base for various skin care formulations. Neem oil is an effective antiseptic, antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, dermatological and dental agent. It is also widely hailed as a natural insect repellent.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Azadirachta Indica
  • Country of Origin India
  • Solubility Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity 0.908 – 0.934 @ 27°C
  • Optical Rotation -70 to -80
  • Refrective Index 1.45 – 1.47 @ 47°C
  • PlantPart Seeds
  • Bland With Neem carrier oil blends with most of the essential oils including almond, Jojoba, patchouli, Tea Tree, Patchouli, etc.
  • CAS No 8002-65-1
  • Flash Point 178 °C
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressed

 

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Olive (Olea Europaea)
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Description

Olive oil is one of the carrier oils used for used in massage, aromatherapy and other body treatments. This golden brown oil has a rich, full bodied aroma. It contains protein, minerals, and vitamins and can be used in the treatment for rheumatic conditions, hair care, cosmetics; soothing, nail and hair care. Olive carrier oil has a great conditioning effect in body care recipes and can be used in almost all applications because of its stable nature.

History

In the Mediterranean region the Olive tree has long been regarded as a 'tree of life' that bestows health, wealth and fertility. Sacred to the Goddess Athene it also represents peace and justice.

Color & Aroma:

Color : Gold to green liquid with Characteristic odor,

Aroma : Olive Carrier Oil has an appealing odor, it can influence essential oils if in a blend

Constituents:

Palmitic acid: 7.5–20.0% Stearic acid: 0.5–5.0% Arachidic acid: <0.8% Behenic acid: <0.3% Myristic acid: <0.1% Lignoceric acid: <1.0%

Uses:

Carrier oils are used to suspend and dilute essential oils so that they can be applied to the skin - either as bath or massage oils, anointing oils, lotions or as natural perfume blends. The recommended dilution rate for essential oils is 1 - 3%, (e.g. 1-3ml per 100ml of carrier oil), though some may be used in stronger dilutions. Familiarize yourself with all the oils you intend to use and take note of all cautions. If in doubt test your blend on a small area of the inner arm first. If you notice any kind of allergic reaction, stop immediately and wipe off the oil. Essential oils are very potent indeed and should never be underestimated. Allergic reactions may occur as a result of exposure to any substance - even base oils. In particular people with nut allergies should be cautious and avoid certain oils entirely.


Features:


  • Botanical Name Olea Europaea
  • Country of Origin Spain
  • Solubility Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity 0.915
  • Optical Rotation Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index 1.465 – 1.475
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With Olive oil blends with most of the essential oils. It is used in a small dilution with another carrier, it may overpower a blend.
  • CAS No 8001-25-0
  • Flash Point >100 °C
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressed

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Peach Oil
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Description

Peach kernel oil is obtained from the kernel, or the nut of the ripe fruit. The fine textured golden oil has a delicate, sweet aroma. It contains minerals and vitamins, especially Vitamin E. Peach kernel oil has a very similar consistency to Almond Oil and they are often stated as substitutes for each other. Rich in natural content, this is considered extremely nourishing - particularly when used regularly.

History

Peach kernel oil is extracted from the kernel or "pit" of the peach tree. It is rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids, including linoleic acid and oleic acid that help skin to lock in the moisture and retain elasticity. It is also a rich source of antioxidants which has anti aging properties. Therefore has an effect for tightening the pores of the skin, making it soft and supple. Amazing for its beneficial qualities of repairing damaged skin in cases of inflamed skin, eczema or psoriasis conditions and exposure to sun or wind.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow to golden yellow liquid with Characteristic odor,

Aroma : Typical and Characteristic of Carrier Oils

Constituents

Oleic (55-75%) Llinoleic (15-35%) Palmitic (5-8%) Erucic- 16.3% Gadoleic- 69.3% Oleic- 10.1%

Uses

Peach Kernel oil is used in massage, cosmetics and soap manufacturing especially favoured for facial massages as it encourages suppleness and elasticity.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Prunus Persica
  • Country of Origin USA
  • Solubility Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.
  • Specific Gravity Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index 1.469 – 1.473 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With The light and penetrating oil blends with most of the essential oils. It can be used as a substitute for sweet almond, apricot kernel, and grapeseed oils.
  • CAS No 8002-78-6
  • Flash Point >304 °C
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressed

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Rosehip Seed (Rosa Rubiginosa )
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Description

Rosehip carrier oil is extracted from the seeds of the native rose plant. The oil contains Vitamin A, which helps to delay the effects of skin aging, assists with cell regeneration, and promotes collagen and elastin levels to increase. It widely used to help treat dry, irritated or weather damaged skin. Rosehip oil also contains natural , a derivative of Retinol (Vitamin A), which replenishes and helps rebuild skin tissue. The oil has a naturally occuring preservative in the form of anti-oxidant tocopherols (Vitamin E), which helps to maintain shelf-life.

History

Rosehip seed oil is extracted from the seeds of a native rose plant which grows wild in Chile. The oil has been used by native people in Chile for centuries, and has only been validated by scientists fairly recently. The first major confirmation of its capabilities came in 1983, when the University of Santiago conducted research on 180 individuals. These tests studied people with extensive facial scarring, acne scarring, deep wrinkles, UV damage, radiation damage, burn scars, surgical scars, premature aging, dermatitis, and other skin related problems. In these tests, rosehip seed oil regenerated the skin, reduced scars and wrinkles, prevented the advancement of wrinkles and aging, and helped skin to regain its natural color and tone. Since this time, other universities and labs have also completed studies, also yielding positive results. Another well-known study in 1988 was conducted on twenty women between the ages of 25-35 with extensive premature aging to their skin. Their skin was wrinkled, and had sun spots from overexposure to the sun. After four months of applying rosehip seed oil daily, their wrinkles and sun spots had almost completely disappeared, and the skin had a fresher and healthier look. Today, rosehip seed oil is exported around the world, and is used by the medical community, as well as in fine facial and cosmetic care products.

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellow with golden hue with Characteristic odor,

Aroma : Typical and Characteristic of Carrier Oils.

Constituents

Oleic- 15.9% Palmitic- 3.5% Linoleic- 44.8% Linolenic- 33.4%

Uses

Rosehip carrier oil is popular with massage therapist for its skin healing properties. It is also suitable for cosmetics and other beauty products.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Rosa Rubiginosa
  • Country of Origin America
  • Solubility Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.
  • Specific Gravity 0.900 – 0.950 @ 25°C
  • Optical Rotation Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index 1.470 – 1.487 @ 25°C
  • PlantPart Seeds
  • Bland With Rosehip carrier oil blends with other oils like jojoba and sweet almond, and will have wonderful effects at 10% of the total concentration. Further, rosehip seed oil makes an excellent carrier oil for aromatherapy - blends with essential oils having skin regenerative and soothing properties.
  • CAS No 7585-39-9
  • Flash Point >100 °C
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressed

 

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Sesame Seed (Sesamum Indicum)
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Description

The ultra fine seasame seed oil comes from pure expeller pressed Sesame seeds. It has a rich golden color, with a bold, nutty flavor. The oil is naturally active with high content of vitamins A and E and essential proteins. Because of its relatively stable shelf life, seasame is superb in body care products, natural cosmetics and provides a strong stable base for various massage blends.

History

Sesame oil is familiar to all of us. Not only western dishes, but also exotic dishes often use it as an ingredient. It is because that this oil is delicious as well as nutritious. It is a kind of old and beneficial food that deserves our appreciation. When we talk about the history of sesame oil, we should look back to that of the sesame. Sesame was originally called benne by Chinese people. Through some biological studies in China, people found the seeds of ancient buried in Zhejiang, China about 5000 years ago. So it may be originated from this Asian country. Some ancient Chinese books also recorded the existence of sesame oil. But some archaeological studies in the Middle East have revealed that sesame oil was produced as early as more than 3000 years ago in India and Persia. However, some people hold the view that it was first from the Africa, and later it was introduced to India and China. The production of sesame oil has a long and glamorous history as well. As early as the Ming Dynasty of the Chinese history, the Cui family began to grind sesame oil at home. That was about 600 years ago. Sesame oil was at first used as a kind of household fuel. Now the oil is produced in factories and its production becomes more and more efficient. A small oil mill can produce more than one ton of sesame oil every day. Meanwhile, the nutrition of this oil is no longer wasted.Besides, ancient Chinese medical books said it would make people beautiful. It is because that the large amount of vitamins such as vitamin A, vitamin B and vitamin E can slow down the aging process. It is this characteristic that makes the oil especially welcomed by young ladies. In addition, it is useful in improve the immune system. There are some types of people who are in need of sesame oil. The first type is those who are easy to get ill. Pregnant women can drink it to complement the lost nutrition such as vitamin E, iron, and calcium in order to get rid of diseases. A second type is those who speak and sing a lot. Teachers, actors and announcers belong to this type. They can turn to the oil for help if their vocal cords feel dry and pain. The last type is people who want to be young.

Color & Aroma

Color : Light brown to brown with nutty to bland odor,

Aroma : Sesame Carrier Oil has a very distinct seed aroma. It has the potential of overpowering other scents

Constituents

Palmitic Palmitoleic Stearic Oleic Linoleic Linolenic Eicosenoic

Uses

Sesame oil is widely used as a natural moisturizer and added to moisturizing skin care products. This oil also makes a good choice for those who like body oils. Add a few drops of your favorite essential oil to a tablespoon of sesame oil and you have a light, pure body perfume.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Sesamum Indicum
  • Country of Origin South India
  • Solubility Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity <1 @ 15 C
  • Optical Rotation Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index 1.465 – 1.470
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With Blends well with most of the essential oils including jojoba, olive, rosemary, jasmine, etc.
  • CAS No 8008-74-0
  • Flash Point 260 °C / 500°F
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressed

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Walnut (Juglans Regia)
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Description

Walnut oil is better known for culinary use, where chefs prefer to use it cold as heating may destroy its nutty quality. However, this oil is also highly favored for massage as it is an excellent emollient with moisturising properties for dry, mature or scaly, irritated skin. In aromatherapy circles, Walnut Oil is believed to be a balancing agent for the nervous system.

History

Historical accounts show walnut trees growing in Babylon (present day Iraq) around 2,000 BC. However, prior to that time, there are other indications that show the walnut was grown in many parts of the world including Egypt, Eastern Europe, Asia, South and North America, and Greece. California now claims the most production of walnuts. In the San Joaquin and Sacramento valleys, there are about 5,000 growers and 52 processors.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow to yellow liquid with Characteristic odor,

Aroma : Typical and Characteristic of Carrier Oils

Constituents

Palmitic Palmitoleic Stearic Oleic Linoleic Alpha Linolenic Arachidic Eicosenoic

Uses

Walnut Oil makes a perfect choice for aromatherapy and massage. In both, the walnut oil is diluted in another carrier oil. It is also used in cosmetic manufacturing and frequently used for hair care products.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Juglans Regia
  • Country of Origin France, Australia, New Zealand, California
  • Solubility Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index 1.470 – 1.480 @°C
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With The oil has medium viscosity and blends with most of the essential oil.
  • CAS No 8024 09 7
  • Flash Point >100 °C
  • Extraction Method Cold-pressed of the seeds

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Wheatgerm (Triticum Vulgare )
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Description

Wheatgerm oil is obtained from the nutrient rich germs of the of the wheat seed / kernel. The germ contains almost 10% oil which, in its crude form, is dark amber in appearance with a wholesome nutty odor. It is one of the richest source of the richest sources of Vitamin E, A and D. The oil also has a high content of proteins and Lecithin.

History

Wheat is the golden staff of life, a gift of the Mother Goddess Demeter. She represents the womb of life, sustenance and fertility and together with her daughter Persephone symbolizes the cycles of time.

Color & Aroma

Color : Golden yellow to amber brown liquid with Characteristic odor,

Aroma : Distinct, earthy and pleasant aroma

Constituents

Oleic- 30.64% Palmitic- 12.0% Linoleic- 52.1% Linolenic- 1.49%

Uses

Wheatgerm oil is a perfect addition for massage oil or for preparing carrier blends. In beauty, skincare, and aromatherapy, wheatgerm massage blends assist in promoting circulation and formation of new cells. It will help in revitalizing skin and repairing damaged tissues.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Triticum Vulgare
  • Country of Origin USA
  • Solubility Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index 1.470 – 1.480 @ 30°C
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With Wheatgerm oil can be used directly or with fruits, dishes, salads or anything of your choice. In addition the oil blends well with other essential oils. If you are adding it with massage oil, use up to 10 to 15% wheat germ oil.
  • CAS No 68917-73-7
  • Flash Point 100 °C
  • Extraction Method Cold-pressed of the wheat germ

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Cranberry (Vaccinium Macrocarpon)
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Description:

Cranberry oil has a high linolenic acid content. Linolenic acid has been implicated as a food additive and nutraceutical in preventing coronary heart disease and cancer. Cranberry oil also has a high polyunsaturated: saturated ratio in a neutral lipid fraction, of 10:1. This ratio is regarded as having value in reducing serum cholesterol, atherosclerosis and in preventing heart disease.
History

Color & Aroma

Color : Greenish-gold oil with Characteristic of vegetable oil odor,

Aroma : Fruity. Slightly bitter, but pleasant
Constituents

Omega-3 and Omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids, natural tocopherols, phytosterols, tocotrienols

Uses
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The uses of this oil is found in Food industry.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Cold Pressed
  • Country of Origin USA
  • Solubility insoluble in water, soluble in alcohols
  • Specific Gravity 0.92
  • Optical Rotation N/A
  • Refrective Index 1.455-1.471 at 25 C
  • PlantPart seed
  • Bland With Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs), Omega-6 Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs), Omega-9 and Omega 5 Fatty Acids
  • CAS No 381718-27-0
  • Flash Point 450 °F
  • Extraction Method Cold Pressed

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Peanut

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Description:

Peanut carrier oil is extracted from the peanut using cold pressed method. This all-purpose oil is known for its distinctive aroma, mild flavor and taste of its parent legume. It has a thick texture and absorbs slowly into the skin. Peanut carrier oil is not that commonly used in aromatherapy; however it has a wide array of therapeutic uses.

History:

Though the peanut originated in Brazil, it came to the United States from Africa as many Southern foods have. In the 1890's George Washington Carver, of Alabama's Tuskegee Institute, began to promote the peanut as a replacement for the cotton crop which had been destroyed by the boll weevil. By 1903 he had developed hundreds of uses for peanuts in recipes for appetizers, main dishes, soups, and desserts. According to John Mariani's "Encyclopedia of American Food & Drink," a process for roasting shelled peanuts in oil was developed in the early 1900s by an Italian immigrant, Amedo Obici. Obici, along with Mario Peruzzi, began packaging the peanuts in airtight bags under the "Planters" label. Peanut butter was created in the 1890s by a St. Louis physician as a soft protein substitute for people with poor teeth. By 1922, a year after the development of a mechanized process for making it, peanut butter was being promoted as a health food at the St. Louis Universal Exposition by concessionaire C. H. Sumner. In 1932 J.L. Rosefield, who developed a process to prevent oil separation and spoilage, began marketing his peanut butter product under the name "Skippy." Its popularity quickly spread, and today more than half the American peanut crop goes into the making of peanut butter.

Color & Aroma

Color : Virtually Clear with Light,Nutty and Fatty aroma,

Aroma : smooth

Constituents: Palmitic Acid Oleic Acid Linoleic Acid Arachidic Acid Arachidonic Acid Behenic Acid Lignoceric Acid Other Fatty Acids

Uses:

Rich in Vitamin A, Peanut oil is widely used in various skin care formulations for its moisturizing properties. It is useful for treating skin conditions such as acne and blackheads.

Features:

  • Botanical Name Arachis Hypogeae
  • Country of Origin India, Indonesia
  • Solubility Not Applicable
  • Specific Gravity 0.91
  • Optical Rotation Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index Not Applicable
  • PlantPart Seed
  • Bland With Blends with avocado, olive, sesame and macadamia nut oil and other light essential oils.
  • CAS No 8002-03-7
  • Flash Point 350°F
  • Extraction Method Extraction

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Sunflower Seed

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Description

Sunflower oil is expressed from the seeds of the plant. It has a high content of Vitamins A, B, D and E, minerals, lecithin, inulin, unsaturated fatty acids, and is recognized as a nourishing skin product skin. This oil can be recommended for most of the skin types, from normal to oily. Blending aromatherapy essential oils with sunflower carrier oil is a great way to maximize the health benefits these oils provide.

History

Sunflower was a common crop among American Indian tribes throughout North America. Evidence suggests that the plant was cultivated by Indians in present-day Arizona and New Mexico about 3000 BC. Some archaeologists suggest that sunflower may have been domesticated before corn. Sunflower was used in many ways throughout the various Indian tribes. Seed was ground or pounded into flour for cakes, mush or bread. Some tribes mixed the meal with other vegetables such as beans, squash, and corn. The seed was also cracked and eaten for a snack. There are references of squeezing the oil from the seed and using the oil in making bread. Non-food uses include purple dye for textiles, body painting and other decorations. Parts of the plant were used medicinally ranging from snakebite to other body ointments. The oil of the seed was used on the skin and hair. The dried stalk was used as a building material. The plant and the seeds were widely used in ceremonies.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow to clear with characteristic odor,

Aroma : Typical and Characteristic of Carrier Oils.

Constituents

Linoleic- 16.29% Oleic- 74.48% Palmitic- 4.38% Stearic- 2.16%

Uses

Sunflower oil is a versatile oil that can be used for aromatherapy oil, massage blends and manufacturing cosmetics.

 

Features:

  • Botanical Name     Helianthus Annus
  • Country of Origin     Ukraine, Russia
  • Solubility     Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.
  • Specific Gravity     Not Applicable
  • Optical Rotation     Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index     1.465 – 1.470 @°C
  • PlantPart     Seed
  • Bland With     Sunflower oil could be used as a base for a massage blend with other vegetable oils added to enhance the blend, but does not make a good massage oil on its own.
  • CAS No     8001-21-6
  • Flash Point     >100 °C
  • Extraction Method     Cold Pressed

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