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Natural Essential Oils

Our range of products include Ajowan Pure Essential Oil (Trachyspermum ammi), Amber Pure Essential Oil, Agarwood (Oud) Oil, Amyris Pure Essential Oil, Angelica Root Pure Essential Oi ( Angelica Archangelica) L and Bitter Almond (Pure Benzaldehyde).

Ajowan Pure Essential Oil  (Trachyspermum ammi)
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Description

Obtained by Steam distillation, Ajowan oil is derived from seed of annual herb Caum Ajowan. It is a annual herbaceous, 30 -70 cm (1 -2 ft) in height and bears feathery leaves & red flowers. When seeds are ripe, these are dried and processed for oil extraction.

History

Also known as Bishop’s Weed and Indian Thyme, Ajowan has been traditionally used in India as an antiseptic and aromatic carminative. Native to India, it is also cultivated in Iran, Egypt Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow brown with herbaceous,spicy,medicinal odor,

Aroma : this oil has a very spicy, sharp and herbaceous scent.

Constituents

High in thymol, as much as 50%; p-cymene, alpha-pinene, limonene, gamma-terpines,Thymol

Uses

Ajowan oil has in it antibacterial, anti-infectious, antiviral, anti-parasitic, anti-fungal, antiseptic properties. It is used  for whooping cough & toothaches as well as assists in bronchitis, gas, skin disease, digestive weakness, diarrhea and cholera.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name:Trachyspermum copticum
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Solubility: bSoluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity: 0.910 to.930 @ 25°C
  • Optical Rotation: +0 to +2 @ 20°C
  • Refrective Index: 1.480 to 1.510 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart: Seed
  • Bland With: Thyme, Sage Dalmatian & Parsley.
  • CAS No: 8007-46-3
  • Flash Point: 224°F
  • Extraction Method: Extraction

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Amber Pure Essential Oil
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Amber Pure Essential Oil

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Description

Amber Oil has a very vitalizing & tonic effect and helps in activating movement of Kundalini & electrical flow throughout the body. The original source of resin from which the oil is processed is a tree related to Jatoba - the Brazilian energy & tonic

History

Fossilized sap of the giant prehistoric conifer 'Pinus Succinfera', Amber Essential Oil is estimated to be between 40 and 60 million years old, its' use as a trading commodity dates back to 8000 BC. Amber has had various names down the centuries, These include, 'Sunstone', 'Stone of victory', 'Adornment of the daughters of Rome', and 'Gold of the North'. Its English name derives from Ancient Arabia where it was burnt as incense and was known as 'anbar' or 'ambar'. The crude essential oil is obtained by dry distillation of the fossil resin.

Color & Aroma

Color : Viscous Liquid with warm and smoky odor,

Aroma :  

Constituents

Calmative, antispasmodic, analgesic, expectorant, febrifuge.

Uses

Amber essential oil, Pinus succinefera fossil, has been credited with numerous beneficial properties both physical and spiritual. The Ancient Romans and Greeks used Amber essential oil to cure ailments such as asthma, rheumatism and internal problems. It's purported healing powers have extended to epilepsy, jaundice, kidney and bladder complaints and even the plague. It has also been used as an and to guard against witchcraft. It is now believed to be a good source of beneficial negative ions when worn close to or on the skin.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name: Pinus succinefera fossil
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.926 to 0.930
  • Optical Rotation: +22° 30' to +26°
  • Refrective Index: 1.465 to 1.480.
  • PlantPart: Fossil Resin
  • Bland With: Geranium, spruce, pine, cedarwood, galbanum, myrrh, frankincense, cypress, aniseed, lemon, clove, orange, rose absolute, cistus and benzoin.
  • CAS No: 8002-67-3
  • Flash Point: 222°C
  • Extraction Method: Dry Distillation of Crude Resin

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Agarwood (Oud) Oil
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Description

Agarwood Oil is extremely rare & precious oil that originates in North Eastern India, Bhutan & parts of South East Asia. It has a very long history of use in medicines, incense and as aromatic oil. Also known as aloes or aloes wood, there are several species of Agarwood, including Aquilaria agollocha, A. Malaccensis A. Crassna.

History

also known as Oud oil, Aloeswood oil, and many other names depending location, is an extremely rare and precious natural oil obtained from several species of Agarwood (Aquilaria sp.) trees. It originates in North Eastern India, Bhutan and parts of South East Asia - especially Vietnam and Cambodia - the Philippines, and Indonesia, including Papau New Guinea. Agarwood has a very long history of medicinal use, as a valuable component of incense, and as an aromatic oil. There are several species of Agarwood, the most important species are: Aquilaria agollocha, A. malaccensis and A. crassna. Aquilaria malaccensis is endangered and protected worldwide under the CITES convention and A. crassna is listed as endangered by the Vietnamese government

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark brown & Balsamic Odor,

Aroma : Spiky, Woodsy & Powerful scent

Constituents

Sesquiterpenes, phenyl ethyl chromones,selinene,eudesmene,Palmitic acid.

Uses

Agarwood oil is the most potent of all the essential oils. An effective tonic, its & diuretic properties helps in epilepsy. It also has carminative, antimicrobial, and anti-asthmatic properties. Further, it is also Useful in digestive, nervous disorders, bronchial complaints, rheumatism, smallpox, illness during & after childbirth, fevers, spasms in the digestive and respiratory systems. It is also used in Aromatherapy applications as well as for therapeutic uses in a large number of Ayurvedic medicines.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name: Aquilaria Agallocha
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Solubility     Soluble in oils. Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity: 0.9418 – 0.966
  • Optical Rotation: ( + 10° ) - ( + 25° )
  • Refrective Index : 1.507 - 1.515
  • PlantPart: wood
  • Bland With: Carnation, Geranium, Sandalwood & Alcohol.
  • CAS No: 8008-79-5
  • Flash Point: 170 °C
  • Extraction Method     Steam distillation of the Agarwood

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Amyris Pure Essential Oil
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Amyris Pure Essential Oil  (Amyris balsamifera)

Also known as ‘Westindian sandal wood oil', Amyris oil is obtained by steam distillation of wood from this tree that belongs to the rue family. The oil has a pleasantly woody with a balsamic touch and is a great antiseptic, balsamic, calming agent and helps in stress relief. It also has properties & helps during meditation.

History

Amyris essential oil commonly referred to as West Indian Sandalwood oil, the Botanical origin of the tree yielding this oil remained obscure until 1886. The main country of origin today is Haiti, where the oil is obtained by steam distillation from broken up wood & branches. The locals call it ‘candle wood’ because of its high oil content; it burns like a candle. It is uses as a torch by fishermen and traders. It also makes excellent furniture wood. The production of this oil has dropped with the passing of time due to adverse climatic conditions in Haiti. Amyris essential oil has been used for wound washes, influenza, childbirth recovery, diarrhea, used also as a room fragrance or mood fragrance, as a cheaper alternative to genuine Sandalwood. Used as a fragrance, fixative or a component of soap fragrance. Limited application in flavoring work, but some used in liquors.

Color & Aroma

Color : Viscous pale yellow liquid with Faintly woody, slightly sweet, reminiscent of Sandalwood,

Aroma :  

Constituents

Amyris, Amyris balsamifera,valerianol,beta-eudesmol,gamma-eudesmol and elemol.

Uses

Amyris essential oil, Amyris balsamifera, historical uses consist of wound wash, influenza, childbirth recovery, diarrhea, used as a room fragrance or mood fragrance, as a cheaper alternative to genuine Sandalwood. Used as a fragrance, fixative or a component of soap fragrance. Limited application in flavoring work, especially liqueurs.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Amyris balsamifera
  • Country of Origin: Jamaica
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.96
  • Optical Rotation: 38.27
  • Refrective Index: 1.5
  • PlantPart: WOOD
  • Bland With : Lavender, oakmoss, citronella, sassafras and other wood essentials.
  • CAS No : 8015-65-4
  • Flash Point : Above 200 °F
  • Extraction Method :    Steam Distillation

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Angelica Root Pure Essential Oi ( Angelica Archangelica) L
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Description

Angelica Root Oil is derived from Angelica herb that is cultivated for essential oil extraction in countries including Germany and Hungary. The whole plant is aromatic and grows to about six feet high and has dramatic spherical heads of tiny flowers. The pungent root is used extracting oil, which acts as a cleanser & detoxif

History

Used in the West for perfumery, as a sugared confection in Europe, and as one of the flavouring ingredients in Chartreuse, Benedictine and gin, Angelica has long been used in traditional East Asian medicine, dating back to 400 BCE as one of the first drugs recorded in China. Still used today in Chinese medicine, it is taken as a tonic to improve gynaecological and general health in women

Color & Aroma

Color : Light yellow to orange-brown viscous liquid with,

Aroma : It is said to have a peppery top note with a herbaceous, earthy, woody notes and a spicy undertones.

Constituents

camphene, a-pinned, B-pinene, d-3-carene, sabinene, a-phellandrene, limonene, myrcene, B-phellandrene, trans-ocimene, cis-ocimene, p-cymene, copaene, bornyl acetate, terpinolene, terpinen-4-ol, B-bisabolene, cryptone, humulene monoxide, pentadecanolide, tridecanolide,linalool and borneol.

Uses

It is very beneficial for reviving dull skin as well as helps in ailments like exhaustion, gout, toxin build-up, psoriasis and water retention.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Angelica archangelica Linne
  • Country of Origin    
  • Solubility: Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.
  • Specific Gravity: 0.85000 - 0.88000
  • Optical Rotation: 20-46 @ 20°C
  • Refrective Index: 1.46900 - 1.47800 @ 20.00°C.
  • PlantPart: Roots
  • Bland With: Patchouli, sandalwood, clary sage, vetiver, frankincense, cedarwood, neroli, petitgrain, lemongrass, orange, lime, lemon, mandarin, bergamot and grapefruit.
  • CAS No: 8015-64-3
  • Flash Point: 113°F
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Bitter Almond (Pure Benzaldehyde)
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Description

Bitter Almond Oil is a colorless or yellowish, clear, thin, and strongly refractive liquid, which have a characteristic, aromatic odor as well as a bitter taste. It is soluble in water at 15° C and in alcohol or ether; also soluble in nitric acid at ordinary temperatures without the evolvement of nitrous vapors. The bitter almond tree (prunus dulcis, var. amara) also produces an almond, but broader and shorter in shape. From these is produced a lesser quantity of the fixed oil along with an emulsion which yields glucose, cyanide, and the essential oil of bitter almonds, which is nearly pure benzaldehyde.

History

Almonds and almond oil date back to pre-Biblical times and were mentioned in the Bible as well. The benefits of almond oil were well known in Greece and Italy prior to the Christian era. Almonds were mentioned in old Greek mythology, as well as in classical Shakespearean writings. Domestic almonds are said to have first appeared during the Bronze Age, between 3000 and 2000 B.C. and were one of the earliest domestic trees used for their seeds and oil.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale Yellow to Yellow Clear Liquid,

Aroma : Cherry pit, with a sweet fruity powdery background

Constituents

The main constituents are benzaldehyde, glycoside amygdalin and hydrocyanic acid (prussic acid).

Uses

Bitter almond oil is used for various purposes like cosmetics, creams and as an essential oil. However it also has some medicinal uses such as, an antibacterial, anti-itch, local anesthetic and muscle relaxant.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name: Prunus Amygdalus Amara
  • Country of Origin: Western Asia and North Africa
  • Solubility: Soluble in ethanol, ether, oil and propylene glycol
  • Specific Gravity: 1.04000 to 1.05000 @ 25.00 °C
  • Optical Rotation: Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index: 1.54100 to 1.54600 @ 20.00 °C
  • PlantPart: Crushed kernels
  • Bland With: It easily blends with Orange, Cassia and Apricot Oil
  • CAS No: 8013-76-1
  • Flash Point: 62.8 °C
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distillation of Bitter Almond Kernels

 

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Bitter Orange (Citrus Aurantium)
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Description

Bitter orange oil offered by us has a bitter orange aroma that is reminiscent of cross between sweetness of sweet orange oil and slight bitterness of grapefruit oil. Also known as Bigarade Orange or Neroli, it helps in treating a large variety of health disorders including gastrointestinal disorders, headaches, insomnia and obesity.

History

The bitter orange was considered by the Trojans to be the golden apple. Crusaders from Europe brought the fruit to Europe and finally made its way to England in the 16th century. The West Indians used the bitter orange to make a liqueur called Curacao

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellowish Orange to Greenish Orange with bitter orange odor,

Aroma : Its aroma is similar to scent of bergamot

Constituents

Limonene, camphene, myrcene, pinene, cymene, ocimene.

Uses

It finds application in providing relief from colds, dull skin, constipation, flatulence, gums, flu, mouth, slow digestion and stress.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name: Citrus aurantium
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Solubility: soluble in water insoluble in vegetable oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.845-0.865 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation: 95°
  • Refrective Index: 1.472-1.477@ 20°C
  • PlantPart: Peel of Bitter Orange
  • Bland With: Lavender, clary sage, lemon, myrrh & spicy oils like nutmeg, cinnamon & clove.
  • CAS No: 90063-52-8
  • Flash Point: 46-50°C
  • Extraction Method: Water Distillation Method

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Black Cumin Seed Oil (Bunium Bulbocastanum)
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Description

Black Cumin Seed Oil is taken from an annual herbaceous plant that is member of Ranunculaceae (buttercup) family. The fruit of plant, the black seeds is used for extracting the oil. Black seed contains over 100 valuable nutrients including significant proportions of protein, carbohydrates and essential fatty acids.

History

In use for over 4,000 years, Cumin was mainly used for its digestive properties and as a spice. The ancient Greeks and Romans used it much as we use black pepper. In the Holy Land, people used it to pay their debts and taxes with it. In the Middle Ages, feudal lords sometimes paid their serfs with Cumin for services rendered, before it fell out of favor with Europeans as a spice; at the same time, it began to grow in popularity in South America

Color & Aroma

Color : Clear Blackish Yellow Liquid with Good and Typical Black Cumin odor,

Aroma : Spicy, penetrating scent.

Constituents

thymoquinone, nigellone, oleic acid, linoleic acid, calcium, iron, potassium, zinc, selenium, magnesium, vitamin A, vitamin B, niacin, vitamin B2 and vitamin C.

Uses

It is used for treating respiratory & digestive problems, parasites & inflammation. Further, it also helps in health conditions including colds, headaches, infections and toothaches. Black cumin is used as a remedy for dry skin, skin diseases, dandruff and wounds.

Features:

  • Botanical Name: Carum carvi
  • Country of Origin: Egypt
  • Solubility: Soluble in Alcohols, Essential Oils and insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity: 0.90000 to 0.93500 @ 25.00 °C
  • Optical Rotation: +3.00 to +8.00
  • Refrective Index: 1.50100 to 1.50600 @ 20.00 °C.
  • PlantPart: Seed
  • Bland With: Sandalwood Oil & Ylang ylang
  • CAS No: 8014-13-9
  • Flash Point: 48.89 °C.
  • Extraction Method: Extraction

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Cajeput (Melaleuca Leucadendron)
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Description

This essential oil is sourced from the Cajeput tree, which is a common name used for certain members of the genus Melaleuca. These trees are evergreens with pointed leaves having white, red or green flowers. The trees are widely known for their essential oils that have many aromatherapeutic and herbal uses.

History

Cajeput, a cousin of the Tea tree, grows in the seasonally inundated, swampy areas of Malaysia. In allusion to the colour of its bark it is sometimes known as White Tea tree. Locally it is considered a cure all a whole apothecary in a tree, especially valued by those who have limited access to other remedies. It is somewhat milder and less overpowering than Tea tree oil, but can be used in much the same way. It is one of the chief ingredients in Oil of Olbas and Tiger Balm.

Color & Aroma

Color : Colorless to pale yellow clear liquid. with Camphorous with a slight fruity odor.,

Aroma : It has a warm and camphoraceous aroma. Its aroma smells like rosemary and cardamom.

Constituents

It contains a-pinene, b-pinene, myrcene, a-terpinene, limonene, 1,8-cineole, y-terpinene, p-cymene, terpinolene, linalool, terpinen-4-ol and a-terpineol.

Uses

The essential oil of the Cajeput is widely used in many aromatherapeutic and herbal preparations. This oil contains highest anti-infectious properties and is popular amongst health professionals around the world.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Melaleuca cajeputi
  • Country of Origin: Australia
  • Solubility: Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.
  • Specific Gravity: 0.900 – 0.921 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation: -4.0 – +1.0 @ 20°C
  • Refrective Index: 1.463 – 1.472 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart: Leaves and twigs
  • Bland With: It can mix well with various essential oils such as bergamot, cloves, geranium, lavender, and thyme.
  • CAS No: 8008-98-8 / 470-82-6
  • Flash Point: 48 °C Tag Closed Cup
  • Extraction Method: Steam distillation of leaves and twigs.

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Calamus (Acorus Calamus)
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Calamus (Acorus Calamus)

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Description

Calamus Oil is extracted from a red-like aquatic plant that has sword-shaped leaves & small greenish-yellow flowers. All parts of plant have peculiar, agreeable fragrance. Calamus oil is extracted from fresh roots or unpeeled dried root by steam distillation process. The extract is helpful as herbal medicine for treatment of nervous complaints, vertigo, headaches & dysentery.

History

Calamus, also known as Sweet Flag, was well-known in Biblical times and mentioned in Exodus 30: 22-25 as one of the ingredients of the 'holy anointing oil'. This herb has traditionally been smoked, eaten, or brewed into a tea, decoction, extract, tincture and syrup. Widely used north of the equator, Calamus was used by the ancient Greeks, throughout Europe as a medicinal, and by the aboriginal peoples of North America. In the British Isles, its insecticidal and antimicrobial properties made it a favourite to use for thatch. In Ayurvedic tradition, where it is known as Vacha, it is still used as an .

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark yellow transparent liquid @22C with Fresh Sweet Citrus Herbal Odor,

Aroma : Calamus oil has a strong, warm, and wood-spicy fragrance.

Constituents

acorenone, isoshyobunine, b-gurjunene, b-asarone, calamendiol, a-selinene, a-calacorene, camphone, calamusenone and shyobunone, asarone

Uses

Calamus essential oil is highly esteemed as aromatic stimulant & tonic that is often used for nervous complaints, headaches, vertigo and dysentery ailments. It is also used in herbal medicine as aromatic bitter and acts as carminative, removing discomfort caused by flatulence & checking growth of bacteria that give rise to this problem. Further, it is also used to increase appetite & benefit digestion.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Acorus calamus
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.9924 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation: 3
  • Refrective Index: 1.549 @ 72°F
  • PlantPart: Leaves
  • Bland With: Cananga, labdanum, cinnamon, olibanum, patchouli, oregano, cedar wood.
  • CAS No: 8016-63-5
  • Flash Point: 177F
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Basil Sweet (Ocimum Basilicum) Oil
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Description

The Sweet Basil Essential Oil offered by us is extracted from the herb, Ocimum basilicum of the Lamiaceae family. Originating in tropical Asia and the Pacific Islands, this annual plant has some very strong medicinal properties.

History

In Greek its name means 'royal remedy' or 'king'. In the 16th century, powdered basil was used to treat migraines and chest infections. There are many rituals and beliefs associated with basil, which is native to Africa and Asia. The ancient Egyptians believed that it would open the gates of heaven to a dying person, and the Hindus use Basil sprigs to protect the dead from evil while in transition between lives. Western European lore sometimes claimed that it was a symbol of evil, while the Eastern Orthodox Church used it in the making of holy water

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow liquid @22°C with Sweet, spicy, fresh aroma,

Aroma : Basil Oil is very famous for its sweet flavor and aroma

Constituents

a-pinene, b-pinene, camphene, camphor, cis-ocimene, citronellol, eugenol,, limonene, linalool, methyl chavicol, methyl cinnamate, myrcene and y-terpineol, Estragole

Uses

The Sweet Basil Oil is an well known analgesic, antidepressant, antispasmodic, anti-venomous, carminative and digestive. It is also a popular insecticide, along with being an excellent expectorant and febrifuge.

 

Features:

 

  •  Botanical Name: Ocimum basilicum
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.922 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation: -12
  • Refrective Index: 1.492 @ 72°F
  • PlantPart: Leaves
  • Bland With: Bergamot, black pepper, cedarwood, fennel, ginger, geranium, grapefruit, lavender, lemon, marjoram, neroli and verbena.
  • CAS No: 8015-73-4
  • Flash Point:     167 °F
  • Extraction Method: Hydro Distillation Method

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Bay Leaf (Cinnamomum Tamala)
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Description

Bay leaf is the oldest herbs or spice and is a native of Asia Minor. Also known by name of 'Sweet bay', 'bay laurel', 'Noble laurel' & 'True laurel', its leaves have aromatic odor & are bitter and spicy. Mixing well with oils like cedarwood & coriander, it finds extensive use as a constituent in men's soaps, colognes, cosmetics & hair tonics.

History

Bay Essential Oil was very popular with the Romans, who thought Bay was a symbol of wisdom, peace and protection. The Latin laudis means 'to praise', which is why the victors at the Olympic Games were presented with a laurel wreath made of Bay leaves. In the past, Bay leaves from the Caribbean were distilled with ; the Bay so obtained became a famous hair tonic and body rub for colds and muscle pains.

Color & Aroma

Color : Brownish with highly characteristic, warm, sweet phenolic-spicy odour,

Aroma : Bay has a strong, spicy bay leaf scent.

Constituents

alpha pinene, beta pinene, alpha terpineol, chavicol, eugenol, and limonene, geranyl acetate, linalool, myrcene, methyl chavicol and neral,Methyl eugenol

Uses

It is commercially used as a constituent for men's soaps, colognes, cosmetics and hair tonics. It is also used in sauces, soups, stews and other food items. Carrying a strong, spicy and pungent aroma, it also has properties for controlling dandruff, promoting hair growth, treating muscular aches, rheumatism, neuralgia and poor circulation.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Pimento Racemosa
  • Country of Origin: West Indies
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.9553@ 72°F:
  • Optical Rotation: -8
  • Refrective Index: 1.508 @ 72°F
  • PlantPart: Leaves
  • Bland With: Cedarwood, eucalyptus, coriander, geranium, juniper, ginger, lavender, orange, lemon, rose, rosemary.
  • CAS No: 84929-57-7
  • Flash Point: 167 °F
  • Extraction Method: Extraction

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Benzoin Pure Oil
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Description

Benzoin Pure is extracted from a large tropical tree with pale green leaves. Used in Orient for its incense and medicinal properties, the oil is extracted from the trunk of tree when hacked oozes out liquid Benzoin that accumulates beneath bark or exudes from incisions.

History

Also known as Gum Benjamin, Benzoin is one of the classic ingredients of incense, and in ancient times it was used as a fumigator. It is the primary ingredient in Friar's Balsam, and was medicinally used to paint sore throats and mouth ulcers. In cosmetic use, it was the additive to rosewater for the centuries-old facial cleanser and toner known as Virgin's Milk, and the ladies of the Royal House of Windsor attributed their beautiful complexions to the use of Friar's Balsam in freshly made barley water.

Color & Aroma

Color : Brown, viscous liquid @22C with Warm, sweet balsamic,

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

Constituents

Cinnamic (Acids), Benzoic, Benzoic aldehyde, Benzyl benzoate (Esther), Vanillin (Aldehydes).

Uses

Used in soap making ingredients, massage oils, lotions, diffusers, scent, potpourri, air fresheners, perfume oils, body fragrance, aromatherapy products, towel scenting, bath oils, spa's, incense, laundry, light rings, facial steams and hair treatments. Further, the oil is also helpful for treating bronchitis, asthma, colds & flu, treating arthritis, soothing sore throats & rheumatism.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name:Stryax benzoin
  • Country of Origin:Sumatra
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.990 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation: 0.990 @ 72°F
  • Refrective Index: 1.4021 to 1.4022
  • PlantPart: Resin
  • Bland With: Rosewood, rose, sandalwood, lemon, myrrh, jasmine, juniperberry, frankincense, other citrus & spice oils.
  • CAS No: 05/09/00
  • Flash Point: Above 200 °F
  • Extraction Method: Solvent Extraction

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Benzoin Resin Oil (Styrax Tonkinensis)
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Description

Also known as Benzoin Resin Oil, the solvent is extracted through distillation method from the resin part of the plant. It has soft, sweet, warm and vanilla-like fragrance and has been used for centuries as incense and in perfumery applications. It has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antioxidant, astringent, cordial, deodorant, carminative, diuretic, styptic, expectorant and vulnerary properties.

History

Both frankincense—also known as olibanum (also known in local language Loban)—and myrrh have been traded in the Middle East and North Africa for upwards of 5,000 years. It is believed that the Babylonians and Assyrians burned them during religious ceremonies. The ancient Egyptians bought entire boatloads of the resins from the Phoenicians, using them in incense, insect repellent, perfume and salves for wounds and sores; they were also key ingredients in the embalming process. Myrrh oil served as a rejuvenating facial treatment, while frankincense was charred and ground into a power to make the heavy kohl eyeliner Egyptian women famously wore. Sacks of frankincense and potted saplings of myrrh-producing trees appear in murals decorating the walls of a temple dedicated to Queen Hatshepsut, who ruled Egypt for roughly two decades until her death around 480 B.C.

Color & Aroma

Color : golden color and aroma reminiscent of smoke,

Aroma : sweet, warming, rich, vanilla-like aroma

Constituents

benzaldehyde, cinnamic acid, benzoic acid, sumaresinolic acid, styrene & vanillic acid.

Uses

Benzoin acts as an excellent fixative for perfume & soap blends. Adding a rich, sweet note, it is non-toxic and non-irritant, and has in it medicinal properties. It helps in treating arthritis, eczema, asthma, bronchial chapped skin, congestion, colic, cuts, gout, cough, rheumatism. Further, it is wonderful addition to blends used for chapped, inflamed and irritated skin.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Styrax Tonkinesis
  • Country of Origin: India,Thailand, Sumatra, Java, Malaysia, China
  • Solubility: Not applicable
  • Specific Gravity: Not applicable
  • Optical Rotation: Not applicable
  • Refrective Index: Not applicable
  • PlantPart: Tree resin, pathologically gathered
  • Bland With: Copaiba balsam, cypress, coriander, frankincense, juniper, jasmine, lemon, rose, sandalwood, myrrh, other spice oils.
  • CAS No: Not applicable
  • Flash Point: Not applicable
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distillation

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Betel Leaf (Piper Betle)
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Description

Betel Leaf Oil is derived from Betal Leaf plant leaves that yield this aromatic essential oil. The heart-shaped leaves have distinct pleasant aroma & are commonly chewed alone or with other plant materials.

History

The Betel Leaf plant grows widely over the entire area between South Arabia and Southeast China. In India, Betel Leaf has historically been chewed to sweeten the breath and preserve the teeth

Color & Aroma

Color : Clear yellow to dark brown liquid with creosote-like odor,

Aroma : Distinctly phenolic smoky note, almost tar-like. A compound tentatively identified as chevibetol is believed to have the greatest impact on the characteristic smoky aroma of betel leaf.

Constituents

Cadinene-1-2, Cadiniol-1-2, Decanal-2-3, Dodecanol-4-5, Eugenol-30-35, Isoeugenol-10-12, -2-3, Linalool-1-2, Myrcene-2-3, Methyl Benzoate-2-3, Sabinene-5-7, Safrole-6-8, Alpha-Terpineol-2-3, Gamma-terpinene-1.5-2, Thujene-1-2, Ocimene-1-2. The minor components with 0.5-1% are Gamma-Elemene, Caryophyllene oxide, Terpinolene, Costol, Camphene, Hexadecanoic acid.

Uses

The betel leaf essential oil is valued in Ayurveda for its stimulating, carminative, aromatic, antiseptic, warming and properties. It has several medicinal applications among natives and is especially used to harden gums, preserve teeth and sweeten breath. It also improves voice and is reputed .

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name: Piper betle
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Solubility: Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water.
  • Specific Gravity: 0.958 – 1.044 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation: (-) 1.5 To (-) 4
  • Refrective Index: 1.500 To 1.5240
  • PlantPart: Leaves
  • Bland With: Lavender, Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, Rosemary & Cardamom.
  • CAS No: 84775-81-5
  • Flash Point: Not Applicable
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distillation

 

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Anise Seed (Pimpinella Anisum) Pure Essential Oil
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Anise Oil offered is a dainty, white-flowered urnbelliferous annual that is about 18 inches high and has secondary feather-like leaflets of bright green color. The oil is distilled from the fruit part where that yields on distillation is from 2.5 to 3.5 percent of fragrant, syrupy and volatile oil in which anethol, the principal aromatic constituent is present to about 90 per cent.

History

Anise was given the nickname, Solamen intestinorum, the comforter of the bowels. The Romans often served spiced cakes at the close of 'rich entertainment' to avoid indigestion and flatulance. It was quite common for these cakes, known as mustaceoe, to be served at the end of a marriage feast. The tradition of wedding cake stems from this early use of spiced cake made with aniseed. Gerard, author of Herball or Historie of Plants(1597), a work that borrows its information liberally from Dr. Priest's earlier work Pemptades (1583), says of anise: "The Aniseed helpeth the yeoxing, or hicket (hiccough), and should be given to young children to eat which are like to have the falling sickness, or to such as have it by patrimony or succession." Germans believed so strongly in the medicinal value of anise that during the 1800s they often flavored their household bread with whole aniseed.

Color & Aroma

Color : Colorless to pale yellow liquid @22C with Licorice odor,

Aroma : Fresh, sweet, spicy, licorice-like

Constituents

Anethol (present to about 90 per cent), fixed oil, sugar, choline and mucilage,Anethole.

Uses

Anise oil is used in treatment of bronchitis, coughs, colds, flatulence, muscle aches, flu and rheumatism. It is also a good antiseptic and used, mixed with oil of Peppermint or Gaultheria (Wintergreen) to flavour aromatic liquids. Further, oil of Anise is also used also against insects especially when mixed with Sassafras and Carbolic oil.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Illicium verum
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.975 – 0.992 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation: -2.00 – +2.00 @ 20°C
  • Refrective Index: 1.5482 – 1.5622 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart: Seeds
  • Bland With: Rose, orange, lavender, spicy essentials, Sassafras and Carbolic oil.
  • CAS No: 8007-70-3
  • Flash Point: 95°C
  • Extraction Method    

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Atlas Cedar (Cedrus Atlantica) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

Atlas Cedar is a distinctive evergreen plant with silvery blue to bluish-green needles. Weeping blue atlas cedar, it can be used with Rose, frankincense, neroli, cedarwood, ylang ylang, orange and finds application in treating varied problems related to Bronchitis, Cellulite Reduction and others. It is also used as a constituent in the making of Insect Repellents.

History

The sacred Cedars of Lebanon and the Atlas Mountains became victim of their own popularity a long time ago. The decimation started in pre-Biblical times and still continues. At one time these grand forests of lofty Cedars must have been overwhelming in their awe-inspiring beauty. Lebanon and Atlas Cedars are large, regal trees that can live up to 2000 years. But despite their sacredness they were not protected: King Solomon ordered vast tracks to be cut down for the construction of his temple and palace and even long before his time, the Gilgamesh epic tells the story of another misguided adventurer, who abused the majestic trees for his own glory. Although he failed on account of the glory, he managed to decimate the wonderful forests. Subsequent grazing by farm animals have prevented the forest's recovery and today little of it remains in tact. A similar fate is in store for Atlas Cedar, which became the substitute for Lebanon Cedar and which at present is becoming threatened in its own habitat

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellowish to Orange with a very distinctive warm, woody aroma,

Aroma : It has a woody aroma with some camphoraceous smell.

Constituents

a-himachalene (7.4-16.4%), ß-himachalene (23.4-40.4%), himachalene (5.1-8.6%) and (E)-a-atlantone (5.2-29.5%), terpenic hydrocabons, cedrol sequiterpenes.

Uses

It finds application in treating ailments like Acne, Bronchitis and Cellulite Reduction. Further, it is also used as a Insect Repellent.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Cedrus atlantica
  • Country of Origin: Morocco
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity: 0.92500 - 0.94000 @ 25°C
  • Optical Rotation: Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index:  .50600 - 1.51600 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart: wood
  • Bland With: rose, frankincense, neroli, cedarwood, ylang ylang, orange, bergamot clove, lavender, rosewood, rosemary, juniper berry, clary sage, herb and floral scents, bergamot, citrus oils especially grapefruit.
  • CAS No: 8000-27-9
  • Flash Point: above 200°F
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Balsam (Peru) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

Balsam oil is derived from Balsam Peru, which is a large tropical tree having straight smooth trunk & beautiful foliage including very fragrant flowers. Resinous juice for making the oil is obtained from exposed lacerated wood after strips of bark are removed. It is initially collected in form of a dark brown or amber semi-solid mass and later distilled to achieve pure oil extract.

History

Historically, this was an important ingredient in the anointing oils of the Christian faith. It was combined with olive oil and used for blessing by a bishop and used as a chrism

Color & Aroma

Color : Dark Brown Viscous Liquid with Dark Brown Viscous Liquid with Sweet Cinnamon Vanilla Balsam,

Aroma : Rich, balsamic, sweet vanilla-like undertone

Constituents

Benzoic acid, cinnamic acid, benzyl cinnamate, cinnamyl cinnamate.

Uses

Peru Balsam essential oil acts as a stimulant, parasiticide & expectorant and helps in asthma, nervous tension, bronchitis, stress, eczema and rashes. It is also used as fixative & fragrance component in soaps, detergents, creams, lotions & perfumes.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Myroxylon pereira
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 1.102 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation: 60º to 0º
  • Refrective Index: 1.4900- 1.5500 at 20 ºC
  • PlantPart: Crude Balsam
  • Bland With: ylang-ylang, petigrain, patchouli, sandalwood, spices, rose, floral and oriental bases and most other oils.
  • CAS No: 8030-55-51
  • Flash Point: 93°C
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distillation

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Basil Holy (Ocimum Tenuiflorum Or Sanctum)
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Basil oil is obtained through hydro distillation from fresh plant material from Ocimum Basillicum. The Basil oil is thin transparent fluid with light yellow to yellow-green color with aroma characteristic of Basil. The essence is distilled from leaves and has light greenish yellow with sweet green overtones.

History

In Greek its name means 'royal remedy' or 'king'. In the 16th century, powdered basil was used to treat migraines and chest infections. There are many rituals and beliefs associated with basil, which is native to Africa and Asia. The ancient Egyptians believed that it would open the gates of heaven to a dying person, and the Hindus use Basil sprigs to protect the dead from evil while in transition between lives. Western European lore sometimes claimed that it was a symbol of evil, while the Eastern Orthodox Church used it in the making of holy water

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow liquid with Sweet, spicy, fresh aroma,

Aroma : Basil Oil is very famous for its sweet flavor and aroma

Constituents

Linalool, (-)-bornyl acetate, eugenol and eucalyptol.Methyl Chavicol

Uses

It is used for inhalation, in baths and for massages. Having both cold & hot qualities, when it is used in bath or is smoothed over the body, it has invigorating effect that is very beneficial for sluggish skin & pepping up circulation. When combined with other oils like Thyme, it also acts as powerful antiseptic.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Ocimum basilicum
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.891 – 0.954 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation: -14.0 – -5.0 @ 20°C
  • Refrective Index: 1.4795 – 1.568 @ 72°F
  • PlantPart: Leaves
  • Bland With: Bergamot, clove bud, clary sage, geranium, lemon, lime, hyssop, eucalyptus, juniper, neroli, rosemary, marjoram, melissa and lavender.
  • CAS No: 8015-73-4
  • Flash Point: 167 °F
  • Extraction Method: Hydro Distillation Method

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Basil Lemon Lao (Ocimum Citriodorum)
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Basil oil is obtained through hydro distillation from fresh plant material from Ocimum Basillicum. The Basil oil is thin transparent fluid with light yellow to yellow-green color with aroma characteristic of Basil. A native of Africa and Seychelles, it is grown as popular culinary herb and has small white flowers. The essence is distilled from leaves and has light greenish yellow with sweet green overtones. The Basil oil derived is known for intensely fresh, sweet-spicy and vibrant aroma.

History

Mediterranean cuisine seems unthinkable without Basil, but apparently the ancients did not share our modern passion for this herb. Dioscorides and Galen both did not think it fit for human consumption. In Egypt the fresh leaves were scattered on fresh graves and in India some leaves are placed on the bodies of the dead to serve as a key to heaven's gates. In Tudor times it served as a farewell present, small pots being presented to visitors upon departure. In Crete it served as a symbol for "love washed with tears" while in Italy, it had a more lurid connotation. Here it was known as "Kiss-me Nicholas" and daring young girls would decorate their hair with it, wafting a fragrant hint to passing Nicks. In India, the local Basil known as Tulsi, was considered a most holy plant. It is sacred to Vishnu and Krishna as Vishnu's wife Lakshmi transformed into the holy Basil, Tulasi. Holy Basil is greatly honoured and often grown in temple gardens and near dwellings. Sacred jewellery is fashioned from the roots.

Color & Aroma

Color : Golden yellow with some green tone,

Aroma : Basil Oil is very famous for its sweet flavor and aroma

Constituents

Linalool, (-)-bornyl acetate, eugenol and eucalyptol.

Uses

It is used for inhalation , in baths and for massages. Having both cold & hot qualities, when it is used in bath or is smoothed over the body, it has invigorating effect that is very beneficial for sluggish skin & pepping up circulation. When combined with other oils like Thyme, it also acts as powerful antiseptic. It also finds application for the treatment of migraines, arthritis and paralytic conditions. It is also used to fight intestinal parasites and stimulate liver & pancreas.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Ocimum basilicum
  • Country of Origin: Canada, New Zealand
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.95°C to 0.97°C
  • Optical Rotation: -12
  • Refrective Index: 1.5200°C
  • PlantPart: Leaves
  • Bland With: Bergamot, clove bud, clary sage, geranium, lemon, lime, hyssop, eucalyptus, juniper, neroli, rosemary, marjoram, melissa and lavender.
  • CAS No: 8015-73-4
  • Flash Point: 167 °F
  • Extraction Method: Hydro Distillation Method

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Chamomile German (Matricaria chamomilla) Pure Essential Oil
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Chamomile (Blue) Essential Oil is an essential oil extracted from Matricaria chamomilla (M. recutica) of same family and is also well recognized by the names of blue chamomile, Hungarian chamomile & single chamomile. It has a sweet, straw-like fragrance and is dark blue in color with medium viscosity.

History

Chamomile is an annual native of Europe and Western Asia, growing from one to two feet high. The word Chamomile is derived from Greek roots, -chamos and melos or Ground Apple, referring to the fact that the plant grows low to the ground, and the fresh blooms have a pleasing apple-scent. Over the centuries, Chamomile gained a reputation as an herb of many uses. It is said to have been one of the herbs of choice of Asclepiades, a physician who lived in Bithynia around 90 BCE. Pliny the Elder, one of the most famous of Roman naturalists who wrote extensively on herb use, is said to have given over his medical care to Asclepiades because he was very skilful in prescribing herbs

Color & Aroma

Color : Blue green liquid with Honey Tobacco Sweet Fruity odor,

Aroma : Organic Chamomile Essential Oil has an intensely sweet, herbaceous-like scent with a fresh-fruity undertone.

Constituents

Chamazulene, bisabolol oxide A, a-bisabolol, bisabolol oxide B & bisabolone oxide A, Volatile oil, flavonoids, coumarins, plant acids, fatty acids, cyanogenic gly-cosides, salicylate derivatives, polysa

Uses

Blue chamomile oil is used for treating any type of internal or external inflammation as well as is very effective on urinary stones (bladder gravel) as well. It helps in stimulating liver & gall bladder, thereby improving digestion and in treating menstrual & menopausal problems. When used on skin, it has miracle effect for treating red, dry & irritated skin as well as calming allergies, psoriasis, eczema and all other flaky skin problems.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name: Matricaria recutica
  • Country of Origin: Nepal
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.91300 - 0.95300 @ 25°C
  • Optical Rotation: +00 to +8.00 @ 20°C
  • Refrective Index: 1.480 to 1.505 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart: Flowers
  • Bland With: bergamot, lavender, geranium, clary sage, jasmine, tea tree, rose, grapefruit, lemon and ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No: 8022-66-2
  • Flash Point: 123°F
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Chamomile Roman (Chamaemelum Nobile) Pure Essential Oil
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Chamomile (Roman) Essential Oil is produced from Anthemis nobilis (Chamaemelum nobile) of family species Asteraceae, formerly placed in the Compositae family. The chamomile essential oil has sweet, apple-like fragrance and has very light clear blue color with watery viscosity.

History

Chamomile is an annual native of Europe and Western Asia, growing from one to two feet high. The word Chamomile is derived from Greek roots, -chamos and melos or Ground Apple, referring to the fact that the plant grows low to the ground, and the fresh blooms have a pleasing apple-scent. Over the centuries, Chamomile gained a reputation as an herb of many uses. It is said to have been one of the herbs of choice of Asclepiades, a physician who lived in Bithynia around 90 BCE. Pliny the Elder, one of the most famous of Roman naturalists who wrote extensively on herb use, is said to have given over his medical care to Asclepiades because he was very skilful in prescribing herbs.

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale blue greenish, clear liquid @22C with Sweet Herbal Green Woody odor,

Aroma : Organic Chamomile Essential Oil has an intensely sweet, herbaceous-like scent with a fresh-fruity undertone.

Constituents

Esters of angelic acid (2-methyl-2(Z)-butenoate) and tiglic acid (2-methyl-2(E)-butenoate), a-pinene, b-pinene, camphene, sabinene, myrcene, y-terpinene, 1,8-cineole, caryophyllene, propyl angelate & butyl angelate.

Uses

Roman chamomile oil is used for getting relief from PMS as well as ailments like abdominal pain, throat infections and gall bladder problems. It also helps to relieve allergies, hay fever & asthma. For skin applications, it is used to calm acne, rashes, eczema, wounds, dry and itchy skin, dermatitis and other allergic conditions in general.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name: Chamaemelum nobile
  • Country of Origin: E.Europe
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.8758 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation: -0.56
  • Refrective Index: 1.4591 @ 72°F
  • PlantPart: Flowers
  • Bland With: bergamot, lavender, geranium, clary sage, jasmine, grapefruit, rose, tea tree, lemon and ylang-ylang
  • CAS No: 8015-92-7
  • Flash Point: Above 200 °F
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

 

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Celery Seed (apium Graveolens) Pure Essential Oil
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Known by the botanical name Apium graveolens, Celery Seed Essential Oil is derived from the seed part of the plant through steam distillation method. Celery is a biennial plant with a grooved, fleshy, erect stalk & skinny pennant leaves. The extract derived is Yellowish brown liquid.

History

Native to southern Europe, Celery is extensively cultivated as a domestic vegetable, with Celery Seed Oil primarily produced in India, Holland, China, Hungary and the USA.

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellow-brownish liquid with Fresh Herbal Woody odor,

Aroma : Celery seed Essential Oil has a fresh, spicy and warm scent.

Constituents

Lavender, Opopanax, Pine, Lovage, Oleic, Myristic, Palmitic, Palmitoleic, Stearic, Linoleic, Myristoleic, Fatty Acids, Petroselinic, Clove, Tea Tree Cinnamon.

Uses

Celeryseed Essential Oil has antioxidant, antiseptic (urinary), anti-rheumatic, antispasmodic, aperitif, digestive diuretic, depurative & stomachic properties. It can be used , tonic and carminative preparations as well as fragrance component in soaps, cosmetics, detergents and perfumes.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Apium graveolens
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.87000 - 0.91000 @ 25°C
  • Optical Rotation: +48.00 to +78.00
  • Refrective Index: 1.47700 - 1.49300 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart: Seed
  • Bland With: Oleic, stearic, palmitic, myristic, fatty, linoleic.
  • CAS No: 8015-90-5
  • Flash Point: 104°F
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Cinnamon Bark (Cassia) Pure Essential Oil
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Known by the botanical name Cinnamomum zeylanicum, Cinnamon Bark extract is taken from the Bark part of the tree through Steam Distillation process. The cinnamon tree is an evergreen native to China & Vietnam and has shiny, leathery green leaves as well as small, white flowers with oval shaped purple berries.

History

The medicinal use of Cinnamon Bark was first recorded in Chinese formulations as early as 2700 B.C. The herb has been used as a healing aid for stomach upset and gas, diarrhea, rheumatism, kidney ailments, and abdominal pain. The Egyptians used it as a foot massage, as well as a remedy for excessive bile. It was used as an ingredient of mulled wines, love potions and a during birthing.

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellow color with earthy, woody and spicy odor,

Aroma : Warm, spicy scent that is somewhere between clove and cinnamon.

Constituents

Primarily contains 35 – 60% thymol, p-cymine (10-16%), a-terepinene (10-16%), ß-pinene (4-5%) and dipenene (4-6%), Cinnamon bark oil; cinnamaldehyde, eugenol, benzaldehyde, pinene, cineol, phellandrene, furfurol, cymene, linalol, Cinnamon, leaf oil; eugenol acetate, cinnamaldehyde, benzyl benzoate, linalol.

Uses

Digestive, circulation, blood deficiencies, fever, pain killer, infection fighter

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Cinnamomum zeylanicum
  • Country of Origin: Sri Lanka
  • Solubility: soluble in alcohol, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity: 1.03000 @ 25.00 °C.
  • Optical Rotation: 0° to 2° @30°C
  • Refrective Index: 1.59200 @ 25.00 °C.
  • PlantPart: Bark
  • Bland With: Lavender, Frankincense, Cedarwood, Citrus Oils, Elemi, Ylang Ylang and other floral notes, Benzoin.
  • CAS No: 8015-91-6
  • Flash Point: 198 °F
  • Extraction Method: Hydro distilled

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Cinnamon Leaf (Cassia) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

Known by the botanical name Cinnamomum verum, Cinamon Leaf oil is extracted from the leaf part of the plant. Extracted through steam distillation method, the extract is Golden Brown in color and can be blended well with any oil from the citrus family.

History

The medicinal use of Cinnamon Bark was first recorded in Chinese formulations as early as 2700 B.C. The herb has been used as a healing aid for stomach upset and gas, diarrhea, rheumatism, kidney ailments, and abdominal pain. The Egyptians used it as a foot massage, as well as a remedy for excessive bile. It was used as an ingredient of mulled wines, love potions and a during birthing

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellowish to brownish liquid @22C with Woody Spicy Cinnamon odor,

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

Constituents

Eugenol, cinnamaldehyde, eugenol acetate, benzyl benzoate, linalol, Aldehyde Content (as Cinnamon aldehyde )

Uses

Cinnamon Leaf oil works as a stimulant, antiseptic (as with cinnamon bark), and as antibiotic. Further, it also has astringent, carminative, emmenagogue and natural insecticide and antispasmodic properties.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Cinnamomum verum
  • Country of Origin: France
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 1.0407 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation: -2
  • Refrective Index: 1.5307@ 72°F
  • PlantPart: Leaves
  • Bland With: Spice oils (particularly clove), & Lavender, Rosemary, Thyme.
  • CAS No: 8007-80-5
  • Flash Point: 190 °F
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Clary Sage (Salvia Sclarea) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

This oil has an extensive history in perfumery and is considered a fixative, adding a warming note to blend.

History

Native to southern Europe, Celery is extensively cultivated as a domestic vegetable, with Celery Seed Oil primarily produced in India, Holland, China, Hungary and the USA

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale yellow liquid @22C with Herbaceous-tea like odor,

Aroma : Nutty and herbaceous

Constituents

Linalyl acetate (up to 70%) and linalool (up to 25%), ß-caryophyllene, myrcene.

Uses

It is used in treating acne, boils, amenorrhea, constipation, cramps, convulsions, dandruff, dysmenorrhoea, depression, dyspepsia, flatulence, excessive perspiration, high blood pressure, infection, hypertension, inflamed skin, migraine, leucorrhoea, muscular aches & pains, oily skin & hair, nervous fatigue, throat infections. Besides it is also good addition to bath where its antispasmodic actions help with headaches & migraines.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name: Salvia sclarea
  • Country of Origin: Bulgaria
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.915@ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation: 0.12
  • Refrective Index: 1.463@ 72°F
  • PlantPart: Leaves and Flowers
  • Bland With: Bay, black pepper, bergamot, cardamom, cedarwood atlas, coriander, chamomile roman, cypress, geranium, frankincense, grapefruit, jasmine, lavender, lemon verbena, juniper, labdanum, lime, mandarin, petitgrain, pine, melissa, patchouli, rose maroc, sandalwood, rose otto and tea tree.
  • CAS No: 8016-63-5
  • Flash Point: 174 °F
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distillation

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Clove (Syzygium Aromaticum) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

Clove Essential Oil is derived from the tree Syzgium aromaticum plant. It is a slender evergreen that grows up to 12 meters in height. At the start of the rainy season, long buds appear which are distilled to extract the oil.

History

The word Clove comes from the Latin word clavus, meaning nail, since the shaft and head of the clove bud resembles an ancient nail. Cloves and nutmeg were among the most precious of spices of Europe of the 16th and 17th centuries, and were worth more than their weight in gold.

Color & Aroma

Color slightly pale yellow colour,

Aroma Spicy and rich smell like actual cloves.

Constituents

Volatile oil, gallotannic acid, eugenin, eugenol, gum, resin,

Uses

Clove Essential Oil is an effective agent for minor pains and aches (particular dental pain), and is helpful when battling flu and colds.

Features

  • Botanical Name Eugenia caryophyllata
  • Country of Origin India
  • Solubility Soluble in alcohol and other organic solvents and insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity 0.038 TO 0.5250
  • Optical Rotation 1.5270 TO 1.5350
  • Refrective Index 1.528 - 1.538 @ 20 DegreeC
  • PlantPart Buds
  • Bland With Citronella, Grapefruit, Lemon, Orange, Peppermint, Rosemary, and Rose.
  • CAS No 8000-34-8
  • Flash Point > 100 DegreeC
  • Extraction Method Steam Distilled

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Coriander (Coriandrum Sativum) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

This annual or biennial plant is a native of Morocco having sparse, fine, feathery leaves and pinkish/white flowers. The brownish, globose seeds have a disagreeable smell until they ripen, when they take on their spicy aroma. The oil is extracted from the seeds of the plant

History

The Egyptians used Coriander Seeds as an , and they were found in the tomb of Tutankhamen; the Romans and Greeks used the seeds to flavour their  ; and in India, the seeds are still used for cooking. The Benedictine monks documented using them in 1510 as an ingredient in their herbal tonic known as Benedictine. The Carthusian Monks used them to make Chartreuse in the 1740's, and the Carmelite order in France used Coriander Seeds as an ingredient with lemon balm, lemon zest, angelica root and nutmeg in their 17th century eau de toilette known as Carmelite Waters

Color & Aroma

Color : Light yellow transparent liquid @22C with sweet-woody with a candy like odor,

Aroma : Sweet, spicy, slightly fruity, herbaceous warm smell

Constituents

Anethole, camphor, linalool, pinene, quercetin, rutin

Uses

The therapeutic properties of Coriander Essential Oil include being analgesic, , antispasmodic, carminative, depurative, deodorant, stimulant and stomachic. Coriander Oil can be useful to refresh and awake the mind. It can be used for mental fatigue, migraine pain, tension and nervous weakness.

 

Features:

  • Botanical Name: Corriandrum sativum
  • Country of Origin: Russia,india
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.8769 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation: 8.77
  • Refrective Index: 1.464 @ 72°F
  • PlantPart: Seeds
  • Bland With: Coriander Oil blends particularly well with Bergamot, Cinnamon, Ginger, Grapefruit, Lemon, Neroli and Orange.
  • CAS No: 8008-52-4
  • Flash Point: 141°F
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Costus Root (saussurea Lappa) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

Costus Root is a large, erect, perennial plant up to 2m high with a thick tapering root and numerous black flowers. The dried roots are macerated in warm water then subjected to steam distillation to extract the oil.

History

The root has been used for millennia in India and China for digestive complaints, respiratory conditions, and as a stimulant. It has also been used to combat infections including typhoid and cholera

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellow to brownish yellow viscous liquid with an extremely tenacious odor,

Aroma : Costus Root Essential Oil has an extremely tenacious odor reminiscent of old precious wood. The odor has been compared to that of wet dog, human hair, or animal fur.

Constituents

Aplotaxene. Costus Acid, Costol, Lactone, Dihydro Costus lactone.

Uses

Costus Root Essential Oil has the following properties: antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, bactericidal, carminative, digestive, expectorant, febrifuge, stimulant, stomachic, and tonic. It is also used as incense, as a fixative and fragrance component in cosmetics and perfumes.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Sassuriea costus
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Solubility: soluble in alcohol, insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity: 0.970-1.035 @ 25°C
  • Optical Rotation: (+10°)-(+30°)
  • Refrective Index: 1.5000-1.5700 @ 25°C
  • PlantPart: Root
  • Bland With: Costus Root Essential Oil blends well with Patchouli, Opopanax, Ylang-ylang, and any oil with oriental and floral fragrances.
  • CAS No: 8023-88-9
  • Flash Point: 120 °C
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

 

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Cubeb (Piper Cubeba) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

The oil is very useful in the treatment of infections and inflammations. The peppery scented oil has a mild stimulating effect.

History

Cubeba is well used in Chinese traditional medicine to help alleviate menstrual pain such as dysmenorrhea. It also helps to relieve stomach aches, lower back pains, headaches and other muscular aches. Litsea Cubeba oil is also used in inhalers to help assist people with asthma or bronchitis as it relaxes the bronchial tubes that will allow a proper breathing.

Color & Aroma

Color : yellow to greenish with spicy, peppery odor,

Aroma : Crisp, citrus smell

Constituents

Sabinene (9.1%), ß-elemene (9.4%), ß-caryophyllene (3.1%), epi-cubebol (4.3%), and cubebol (5.6%) were the main components of the berry oil. trans-Sabinene hydrate (8.2%), ß-caryophyllene (5.0%), epi-cubebol (4.2%), cadinene (16.6%) and cubebol (4.8%)

Uses

It is used in massages for relieving stress and muscular aches. The oil is also very effective in the treatment of urinary tract infections. Leucorrhoea, gleer, gonorrhoea are some of the infections that is treated by using this oil.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Piper cubeba
  • Country of Origin: Indonesia,india
  • Solubility: insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity: 0.89800 to 0.92800 @ 25.00 °C
  • Optical Rotation: -43º to-20º (20º C)
  • Refrective Index: 1,492 – 1,502 (20º C)
  • PlantPart: Fruit
  • Bland With: Ylang Ylang
  • CAS No: 8007-87-2
  • Flash Point: 63° C
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Cumin Seed (Cuminum Cyminum) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

Cumin essential oil is extracted from Cumin cyminum of the Apiaceous family and is also known as cumin and Roman caraway. The oil is used for a variety of commercial purpose.

History

In use for over 4,000 years, Cumin was mainly used for its digestive properties and as a spice. The ancient Greeks and Romans used it much as we use black pepper. In the Holy Land, people used it to pay their debts and taxes with it. In the Middle Ages, feudal lords sometimes paid their serfs with Cumin for services rendered, before it fell out of favor with Europeans as a spice; at the same time, it began to grow in popularity in South America.

Color & Aroma

Color : Light Yellow To Yellow Brown Liquid with Cumin Fatty Sweaty Pepper odor,

Aroma : Spicy, penetrating scent.

Constituents

Cuminic, cymene, dipentene, limonene, phellandrene and pinene, para-cymene, thymoquinone

Uses

The Cumin seed essential oil is used in a variety of food products. It is also majorly used in the preparation of mouth washes, gargle preparations, toothpaste flavors, chewing gum and in pharmaceuticals.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Cuminum Cyminum
  • Country of Origin: India,Egypt
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.91
  • Optical Rotation: 6.1
  • Refrective Index: 1.5
  • PlantPart: Seed
  • Bland With: Angelica, caraway and chamomile.
  • CAS No: 8014-13-9
  • Flash Point: 127° F
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Curry Leaf (Murraya Koenigi) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

The curry tree is a small bush native to India that can be found growing almost everywhere in the Indian subcontinent excluding the higher levels of the Himalayas. In the East, its range extends into Burma. The leaves are distilled to extract the oil from the plant.

History

The use of curry leaves as a flavouring for vegetables is described in early Tamil literature dating back to the 1st to 4th centuries AD. Its use is also mentioned a few centuries later in Kannada literature. Curry leaves are still closely associated with South India where the word 'curry' originates from the Tamil 'kari' for spiced sauces. An alternative name for curry leaf throughout India is kari-pattha. Today curry leaves are cultivated in India, Sri Lanka, Southeast Asia, Australia, the Pacific Islands and in Africa as a food flavouring.

Color & Aroma

Color : Colorless to pale yellow clear liquid with sweet and spicy, with a bitter tone characteristic of some spices odor,

Aroma : It has a sweet and spicy scent.

Constituents

Curry Leaf contains 0.5 – 0.8% essential oil with a decrease as the leaves mature. In the essential oil, alpha and beta pinene and caryophyllene exist and these are also common in allspice, clove and cinnamon.

Uses

Though there is no actual medical documentation available, aromatherapists have used Curry Leaf Essential Oil against diabetes, hair loss, and as a means of helping the skin maintain its natural pigmentation.

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Murraya koenigi
  • Country of Origin: India,sri lanka,malaysia
  • Solubility: Soluble in Alcohols, Essential Oils and insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity: 0.87
  • Optical Rotation: -27.24
  • Refrective Index: 1.49
  • PlantPart: Leaves
  • Bland With: ß-caryophyllene (2.6ppm), ß-gurjunene (1.9), ß-elemene (0.6), ß-phellandrene (0.5), ß-thujene (0.4), a-selinene (0.3), ß-bisabolene (0.3), furthermore limonene, ß-trans-ocimene and ß-cadinene (0.2ppm)
  • CAS No: 8006-78-8
  • Flash Point: >100 °C
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

 

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Citronella Java (Cymbopogon winterianus) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

Citronella Java has a well rounded lemon citrus scent having a subtle woody aroma. Having the Botanical Name of Cymbopogon Winterianus, the leaves of the plant are steam distilled to extract the oil. Citronella oil is extracted from a resilient grass (Cymbopogon nardus) native to Sri Lanka and Java.

History

Citronella essential oil was originated from Mana Grass in Sri Lanka. It was used as the primary insect repellent before the introduction of DDT. In recent days there is an increase in its usage to avoid the health hazards associated with other insect repellents.

Color & Aroma

Color : Light yellow with Fresh & Sweet odor,

Aroma : Lemon Citrus, though softer then actual lemon

Constituents

Volatile Oil, Tannin and mucilage, citronellot, and citronella

Uses

Citronella Java is credited with having therapeutic properties as an antiseptic, deodorant, insecticide, parasitic, tonic and as a stimulant. Many commercial repellents contain Citronella Java, and it is often used in combination with Cedarwood to produce a pleasant smelling natural insect repellent. It is also used in soaps and candles, and has common applications in massage.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name: Cymbopogon winterianus
  • Country of Origin: Central Nepal
  • Solubility: Soluble in 0.8 to 1.5 vol. of 80% alcohol
  • Specific Gravity: 0.8820 to 0.8875 at 23º C
  • Optical Rotation: [-] 2º to [-] 4º at 23º C
  • Refrective Index: 1.4750 to 1.4885 at 23º C
  • PlantPart: Leaf
  • Bland With: Citronella Java blends well with most oils, but specifically well with Bergamot, Bitter Orange, Cedarwood, Geranium, Lemon, Orange, Lavender and Pine.
  • CAS No: 8000-29-1
  • Flash Point: 175.00 °F. TCC ( 79.44 °C. )
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

 

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Cypriol or Nagarmotha (Cyperus scariosus) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

The F Cypress is a perennial, conical-shaped tree that is about 28 meters (80 feet) high. It is an evergreen with dark green foliage, small flowers and round brown-grey cones with seed nuts inside.

History

The Australian Tiwi people knew about the properties of Blue Cypress bark resins for thousands of years, and they used it to protect their skin from the harsh desert climate as well as for stomach upsets. It is now grown in plantations, and is valued for its fragrant wood which is also resistant to termites. In aromatherapy circles, the oil is sometimes referred to as the ABC Essential Oil – for 'Australian Blue Cypress'

Color & Aroma

Color : Yellow liquid @22C with Woody Evergreen odor,

Aroma : Cypress oil has a woody, slightly spicy and refreshing masculine smell.

Constituents

Cupressus macnabiana, Cupressaceae, essential oil composition, [alpha]-pinene, [delta]-3-carene, sabinene, [alpha]-cadinol, limonene, terpinen-4-ol, Camphene, Terpinolene, Cymene and Sabinol

Uses

This Oil has been used to combat excessive perspiration (particularly feet), hemorrhoids, menorrhagia, oily skin, rheumatism, and varicose veins. Aromatherapists also commonly credit Cypress French with being a relaxing, nerve soothing essential oil.

 

Features:

 

  • Boanical Name: Cupressus sempervirens
  • Country of Origin: France,spain.morocco
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.874 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation: 23
  • Refrective Index: 1.465 @ 72°F
  • PlantPart: Needles and Twigs
  • Bland With: Bergamot, Fennel, Lavender (All)t, Lemon Tea Tree, Lemon Myrtle and Geranium, Cedarwood, Pine, Orange, Sandalwood, Clary Sage, Marjoram, Juniper, Rose, Jasmine, and Cardamom.
  • CAS No: 8013-86-3
  • Flash Point: 35 °C
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Davana (Artemisia pallens) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

Davana is a small plant with the oil coming from the stems and leaves through distillation. The oil is used widely in perfumery industry.

History

Each day, the faithful in India offer Davana blossoms to Shiva, the god of Transformation. The flowers remain on his altar throughout the day and are removed in the evening

Color & Aroma

Color : Brownish with Tealike, Fruity Odor,

Aroma : woodsy, balsamic odor.

Constituents

acetophenone, Davanone, Davan-Ether, Davana Furane and linalool

Uses

Davana Essential Oil is popular in the perfumery industry where it is capable of making a scent unique to the individual. It also has some history in aromatherapy as being a fantastic and as an agent to combat anxiety. Davana Oil is also regarded as being anti-infectious, soothing to dry rough skin, and stimulating to the endocrine system.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Artemisia Pallens
  • Country of Origin: India
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity: 0.9394 – 0.9560 @ 20°C
  • Optical Rotation: +32° to +60°(25º C)
  • Refrective Index: 1,4810 – 1,4917 (20ºC)
  • PlantPart: Stems and Leaves
  • Bland With: Davana Essential Oil can be easily blended with most essential oils
  • CAS No: 8016-03-3
  • Flash Point: 94° C
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Dill Seed (Anethum graveolens) Pure Essential Oil Descriptio
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Description

Dill is a member of the Umbelliferae (parsley) family. It grows to about three feet high with inflorescence of yellow flowers, appearing in the summer. The seeds of the plant are used to extract the oil.

History

The name is derived from the Norse word Dilla meaning to lull. The Anglo Saxons used dill medicinally for many health problems, but it was commonly used as a carminative; the Emperor Charlemagne kept it on his tables as a digestive aid for guests. Modern-day dill pickles are considered an appetite-suppressing food

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale Yellow To Yellow Liquid with Cooling Herbal Green And Spicy Caraway Odor,

Aroma : Fresh, herbaceous scent that is gentle, warm and spicy.

Constituents

d-carvone, dillapiol, dhc, eugenol, limonene, terpinene and myristicin, Carvone, phellandrene, eugenol, pinen

Uses

Aromatherapists credit Dill Seed Essential Oil with being stimulating, revitalizing, restoring, purifying, balancing and a cleansing agent.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Anethum Graveolens
  • Country of Origin: Hungary,South West Asia
  • Solubility: Insoluble in Water, Soluble in Alcohol and Oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.88400 - 0.90000 @ 25°C
  • Optical Rotation: +84.00 to +95.00
  • Refrective Index: 1.47900 - 1.49700 @ 20°C
  • PlantPart: Seed
  • Bland With: Dill Seed works well with other spice oils, Elemi, Mint, and Caraway.
  • CAS No: 8006-75-5
  • Flash Point: 128° F
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Frangipani (Plumeria Rubra) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

This frangipani is high grade essence oil, that is uncut, alcohol free and long lasting. Owing to its fragrance, it is widely used to scent candles, freshen potpourri, soap making, massage oils and in bath oil.

History

 

Color & Aroma

Color : Pale Yellow clear liquid.,

Aroma : Sweet, Fruity, Floral

Constituents

Acetophenone

Uses

Due to its long lasting fragrance, this frangipani oil is used to scent candles and in various other products such as to freshen potpourri, in soap making, massage oils and bath oil.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Plumeria Alba
  • Country of Origin: india
  • Solubility: Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water
  • Specific Gravity: 1.060– 1.110 @ 25°C
  • Optical Rotation: Not Applicable
  • Refrective Index: 1.490– 1.550@ 25°C
  • PlantPart: seed
  • Bland With: It can blends well with Ylang Ylang and Sandalwood.
  • CAS No: n/a
  • Flash Point: 93.33°C
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distillation

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Eucalyptus (Corymbia citriodora) Pure Essential Oil
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Description

Citriodora Oil, also known as lemon-scented Eucalyptus, is an elegant evergreen tree native to Australia and now wildly cultivated in various locations such as Egypt, Spain, India and South Africa.Citriodora oil is produced from the eucalyptus leaves using traditional steam distillation method, which makes it very inexpensive. Its antibacterial property makes it a powerful antiseptic and used all over the world for relieving cold and cough. When exposed to air, it can form ozone.

History

It is native to Australia but now it also grows in California, Brazil, Spain, Portugal and China.

Color & Aroma

Color : colorless to pale yellow liquid with fresh,strong smell of rose-citronella odor,

Aroma : Lemon-odor

Constituents

It has major constituents like citronellal (63.6%), a-citronellol (7.3%), isopulegol isomers (6.5%), citronellyl acetate (2.6%), p-cymene (2.5%), citronellal dimmers (2.5%), a-pinene (2.1%) and ß-caryophyllene (1.2%).

Uses

Generally applicable in floorwash & perfumes, it is also used on humans and their clothing to repel insects. Citriodora Oil this is also excellent to be used for dandruff, insect repellent, herpes, candida, fever, hair loss.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Eucalyptus Citriodora Oil
  • Country of Origin: China,Madagascar
  • Solubility: 1ml soluble in 2ml of 80% ethanol
  • Specific Gravity: Between 0.864 and 0.8770 at 15 C
  • Optical Rotation: -4°. ~ +5@15.5°.c
  • Refrective Index: 1.4511-1.4681@ 20 c
  • PlantPart: Leaves
  • Bland With: It blends with harsh lemon herb balsamic cool.
  • CAS: 8000-48-4
  • Flash Point: 54.4° C.
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Description

Black pepper oil is extracted from plant Piper nigrum of Piperaceae family. The oil is made from unripe red fruit of plant that is picked when fully ripe and outside layer (pericarp) is removed before drying. This essential oil blends and mixes well aroma wise with other essential oils.

History

Black peppercorns figure in remedies in Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani medicine in India. The 5th century Syriac Book of Medicines prescribes pepper (or perhaps long pepper) for such illnesses as constipation, diarrhea, earache, gangrene, heart disease, hernia, hoarseness, indigestion, insect bites, insomnia, joint pain, liver problems, lung disease, oral abscesses, sunburn, tooth decay, and toothaches.Various sources from the 5th century onward also recommend pepper to treat eye problems, often by applying salves or poultices made with pepper directly to the eye. There is no current medical evidence that any of these treatments has any benefit; pepper applied directly to the eye would be quite uncomfortable and possibly damaging

Color & Aroma

Color : Colorless to bluish green liquid @22C with Characteristic odor,

Aroma : Its aroma is strong, sharp and spicy. It resembles clove oil.

Constituents

Limonene, Myrcene, Pinene, Phellandrene, Beta-bisabolene, Beta-caryophyllene, Sabinene, Pinocarveol, Linalol, Alpha, Camphene, Terpineol, Alpha and Terpenene

Uses

Black pepper oil is used for the treatment of rheumatism, pain relief, chills, colds, flu, increase circulation, muscular aches, exhaustion, physical & emotional coldness, nerve tonic and fevers. It also helps in increasing flow of saliva, stimulates appetite, tones the colon muscles, encourages peristalsis and is also used as a general digestive tonic.

 

Features:

 

  • Botanical Name: Piper nigrum
  • Country of Origin: India, Malaysia, Madagascar, China and Indonesia
  • Solubility: Insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol and oils
  • Specific Gravity: 0.8531 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation: -20.48
  • Refrective Index: 0.8531@ 72°F
  • PlantPart: Ieaves
  • Bland With: Bergamot, clove, coriander, clary sage, fennel, geranium, ginger, frankincense, grapefruit, juniper, lavender, lemon, mandarin, lime, sage, sandalwood & ylang-ylang.
  • CAS No: 8006-82-4
  • Flash Point: 180F
  • Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

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Description

Bergamot essential oil is extracted from fresh peel of the fruit. The oil is emerald green in color & smells spicier than lemon but with similar citrus quality. The order is familiar from its use as flavoring in Earl Gray Tea. It is main ingredient in eu-de-cologne & commonly used in toiletries to refresh and relax.

History

Bergamot is used in many skin care creams and lotions because of its refreshing nature. It is ideally suited to help calm inflamed skin, and is an ingredient in some creams for eczema and psoriasis. Its chemical makeup has antiseptic properties which help ward off infection and aid recovery. It is also a favourite oil of aromatherapists in treating depression.Bergamot is derived from the city Bergamo in Lombardy, where the oil was first sold. The hybrid is native to Calabria, in southern Italy, where 80% is grown and where it was an indigenous treatment for malaria, but it is now cultivated in the South of France, Algeria, and the Ivory Coast for its essential oil, and in Turkey for the production of marmalade

Color & Aroma

Color : Light greenish yellow liquid @22C with Citrus,

Aroma : The aroma is basically citrus, yet fruity and sweet with a warm spicy floral quality, and is reminiscent of Neroli and Lavender Oils.

Constituents

Limonene, nerol, linalyl acetate, linalool, (–)-linalyl acetate (with optical purity >99.9%), (–)-linalool, (+)-limonene and -terpinene.

Uses

The oil is used as a constituent for Intestinal Parasites, Nervous Eczema, Stress, Fear, Anxiety, Depression and Tension. It also has cosmetic applications including Skin Infections and in Psoriasis.

 

Features:


  • Botanical Name: Citrus Bergamia
  • Country of Origin: Italy
  • Solubility: Citrus
  • Specific Gravity: 0.864 @ 72°F
  • Optical Rotation: 22.7
  • Refrective Index: 1.44663@ 72°F
  • PlantPart: Fruit Peel
  • Bland With: Most essences, is used as a popular top note in perfumery, Neroli and Lavender.
  • CAS No: 8007-75-8
  • Flash Point: 136 °F
  • Extraction Method: Cold Pressed

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